To inquire or make reservations, Call: (360) 963-2581 OR Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations are required in advance
Rates are based on a 2 night minimum stay; 3 night minimum stay
for major holidays
EARLIEST CHECK-IN IS 3:00 P.M.
LATEST CHECK-OUT IS 11:00 A.M.
Payment: A 50% deposit is required to secure a reservation, payable by major credit card, debit card, check or money order. The balance is due upon arrival. If reservations are made less than 14 days prior to arrival, full payment will be due at time of booking.
|UNIT||MAY 16 - SEPT||
OCT- MAY 15th
|"Castaway" - occupancy 1 - 2||$170/night||$150/night|
|"Bird House" - occupancy 1 - 2||$170/night||$125/night|
|"Lighthouse" - occupancy 1 - 3||$160/night||$125/night|
|"Wolf Den" - occupancy 1 - 3||$160/night||$125/night|
|"Rainforest" - occupancy 1 - 4||$170/night||$125/night|
|"Captain's Quarters" - occupancy 1 - 4||$160/night||$125/night|
|"Rockhouse" - occupancy 1 - 4
OPEN NOV 1 - MARCH 28TH
All rates are based on single or double occupancy.
$20.00 charge per extra person per night.
No children under 16 years old allowed.
No Pets Allowed.
Cancellations: A full refund minus a $50 processing fee will be issued if notice is given at least 14 days prior to arrival date. No refund will be issued for notice of 14 days or less prior to arrival date unless cabin can be re-booked.
OCCUPANCY: 1– 4 guests
BEDS: Queen Bed and Futon
LOCATION: Private studio cabin overlooks meadow and East Bay.
RATES: $160/night based on double occupancy; $20 each additional guest per night.
Sales and lodging tax will be added to all rentals.
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OCCUPANCY: 1 - 4 Guests
BEDS: Queen bed and futon
LOCATION: Private cabin perched on the point with 180 degree view of the Strait.
RATES: $175/night – One - Four Guests. $20 each additional guest per night.
Sales and lodging tax will be added to all rentals.
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Arrival and Departure Times
Check in is 3:00 p.m. Check out is 11:00 a.m.
No guests under age 16 are permitted.
Cleaning & Damage Policy
All cooking utensils, pots, pans and dishes must be cleaned and trash placed in waste baskets upon departure. Any items lost, stolen or damaged will be noted and charged to you. A damage and cleaning fee of up to 200.00 can be charged at our discretion if additional cleaning or repair is needed.
All units are non-smoking. Smoking is permitted outdoors only. Ash 'pots' are located outside each cabin.
No pets are allowed at any time in any cabin or on the grounds.
Lock all windows and doors when you leave.
Do not use candles in the cabin or put anything near the electric baseboard heaters and stoves.
Each cabin has one assigned parking space. Please be considerate of other guests when loading or unloading your vehicle.
Please let us know if anything breaks or becomes damaged during your stay so that we can have it repaired in a timely manner.
Wood is available near the fire pit for your use. The fire must be manageable and attended at all times. Fires must be out when you leave and all trash disposed of properly.
A propane grill is at the fire pit for your use. Lighters and grill utensils are located in each cabin. Please return all items to your cabin and leave the area clean for other guests.
- Visitors must check in at the office upon arrival.
- Parking is limited to 1 vehicle that must park in Office Parking space.
- Visitors may visit guests between the hours of 10:00 am and 8:00 pm.
The policy is meant to limit visitation mainly out of respect
to our other guests but also due to very limited parking (one space
per unit). Our septic system is also very sensitive and only capable
of handling our maximum number of guests.
Chito Beach Resort will not be held liable or responsible for any damages to personal property or injuries that may occur while you are staying on the property. You are responsible for your own safety and that of others with you. Please take caution of the risks in and around this remote location. Be aware of hazards such as hot stoves in cabins, slippery rocks and wood on and around the beach, sharp broken shells, and wildlife.
"As a family we have seen the beauty of Paris, the majesty
of the Alps - but we'll be talking about this little seaside cabin
"As people who've been in the hospitality business for many years, we can tell you.....you've done it right!"
Tony and Gail, Washington
"We have traveled across most of Northern Washington and
this by far has been the nicest place."
"What an awesome place - everything is perfect - the finest
Hilton has nothing on you."
"I have found it! My quest for a place to bring my spirit
to rejuvenate from the battering of city life. A place to sit and
"What a view! What a place! Perhaps the best kept secret
in the NW."
Milan and Tom, Washington
"What a beautiful place! We just loved the idea of shaping
this little peninsula into a paradise. We'll recommend you in Germany"
Monika and Rainier, Germany
"Every now and again you stumble onto a paradise with peace,
beautiful scenes to fill your eyes, a comfortable place to ease
body and soul. We have found that here and more..."
|ONE: CHITO BEACH RESORT
Come enjoy the quiet and peaceful lifestyle of the rugged, remote NW coastline.
Some folks prefer to just rest at their cabin watching the bald eagles, whales,
seals, sea lions, sea otters, river otters and hundreds of coastal bird species.
Starting a few feet from your cabin door, the beaches stretch for miles. Exploring
tide pools, making sand castles, looking for agates and fossils, flying kites,
or just plain 'ole walking the beach can become a relaxing daily routine.
TWO: CAPE FLATTERY (Half Day Trip)
The Cape is the most northwest point of the continental U.S. Truly a spiritual
place! Observation decks look into sea caves on the north and south side of
the Cape. The deck at the tip looks out to the lighthouse on Tatoosh Island
and the opening of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Best marine wildlife observation
point in Washington!
THREE: SHI SHI BEACH - NATIONAL MARINE SANCTUARY (All Day Trip)
The south end of Shi Shi, Point of Arches, is one of the most photographed coastal
spots of Olympic National Park. Absolutely the best tide pools on the West Coast!
Requires a 2 mile hike one-way.
FOUR: CAPE ALAVA-SAND POINT TRIANGLE HIKE (All Day Trip)
From Lake Ozette, two 3-mile hikes lead to Cape Alava and Sand Point. A 3-mile
ocean leg may be added at low tide to create a 9-mile loop back to your car.
Cape Alava was the site of an ancient Ozette (Makah) Indian village. The artifacts
found there are on display at the beautiful museum in Neah Bay. You will pass
fifty-four petroglyphs on the ocean leg of the hike.
FIVE: HOH RAIN FOREST (All Day Trip)
The HOH gives the feeling of being in a magical prehistoric place. Eat lunch
SIX: OTHER WONDERFUL PLACES (Under One Hour Drive)
Hobuck Beach is a sandy beach you can drive to south of Neah Bay. Slip Point
in Clallam Bay has great tidepools. LaPush, the Quileute Reservation sits on
First Beach. Second and Third Beaches, along with Rialto Beach are short hikes
from your car. The mouth of the Hoko River is beautiful!<BR>
Lake Crescent, Marymere Waterfall, Spruce Railroad Trail, Lake Pleasant (good
swimming), Wildlife & Fishing Charter Boats, Kayak Rentals, River RaftingTrips,
Bird- Watching Tours, shopping local Art Shops and much more.
SEVEN & EIGHT: HOT SPRINGS (Day Trip)
Olympic Hot Springs is an hour's hike to wilderness natural pools, and Sol Duc
Hot Springs is a fun resort with both hot pools and a cold-water swimming pool.
Salmon-Jumping Cascades and Sol Duc waterfall are spectacular!
Other Attractions may be found by visiting www.sekiu.com
Chito Beach Resort is located between Clallam Bay and Neah Bay in the very northwest area of the Olympic Peninsula. Take Hwy 101 west out of Port Angeles. There are 2 routes to choose from.
A) Turn on Hwy 112 west to Clallam Bay. (Hwy 112 was recently named a National Scenic Byway)
B) Take Hwy 101 west past Lake Crescent to Sappho, turn north on Hwy 113 to Clallam Bay. At Clallam Bay, take Hwy 112 west 8 miles to Chito Beach Resort.
We are approximately 60 miles northwest of Port Angeles, with
a total driving time of 1 hour 20 minutes.
MILEAGE CHART FROM RESORT
Hoh Rain Forest - 68 miles
Lake Ozette and Trailheads to Cape Alava and Sand Point - 26 miles
Neah Bay:Tribal Museum - 9 miles
Cape Flattery (most NW point of the continental U.S.) - 18 miles
Shi Shi Beach - National Marine Sanctuary - 17 miles
Hobuck Beach - 12 miles
Sol Duc Hot Springs - 38 miles
Victoria, British Columbia (via ferry from Port Angeles) - 60 miles
Forks - 36 miles
Olympia - 179 miles
Seattle (via ferry) - 133 miles
Seattle Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport (driving) – approx. 185 mi.
Chito Beach Resort