The Dew Drop Inn Motel

100 Fern Hill Road, Forks, 98331, WA

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  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

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When visiting Olympic National Park, enjoy comfortable accommodations at the Dew Drop Inn Motel. The 22 guestrooms and suites come with full, queen or king beds. A Bella suite is available for the teens that are fans of Twilight, too. All come with in-room mini-fridges, microwaves, coffee makers, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TV’s. Some rooms are pet-friendly, too (fee). DVD players, cribs and rollaway beds are available upon request. A complimentary breakfast is served each morning and a beverage bar is available in the lobby. Parking is free here and the business center allows for free copies and faxes.

Our Editor Loves

  • Twilight-themed rooms
  • Free breakfast
  • Refrigerators and microwaves in all rooms

Family Interests

  • Hiking
  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Cribs
  • DVD
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining


Great little inn

by Inez M

Spent one night here during our visit of Olympic national Park. It is a well maintained, very clean Inn located in the sleepy town of Forks. The TV was huge, with a lot of channels to chose from. Breakfast was not included, but it was well worth the money. Checkout at 11.00 am. The quiet, clean air will brighten up your mood. Highly recommend this lodging. Pizza place and general store just across the road.

Good Find in Forks

by agr4

After reading reviews of several properties in Forks, decided to reserve a room for 3 nights at the Dew Drop Inn and believe it was a great decision. The front office staff was very helpful with suggestions and was very accomodating when I ended up having to reduce to 2 nights after checking in. The room was comfortable although a little warm when arriving--opening the slider helped to cool things down a bit. It was great having the microwave and refrigerator. would definitely stay here again the next time I wanted to visit the western side of Olympic National Park.