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A Harbor View Inn

Victorian Elegance on the Olympic Peninsula

Located in scenic Aberdeen, Washington, A Harbor View Inn is your gateway to Washington's Olympic Peninsula. We're just a short drive from Olympic National Park to the north and from the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Choose from four beautifully appointed rooms, decorated with Victorian antiques, and enjoy unique views of Grays Harbor, the Chehalis River, and downtown Aberdeen.

Give us a call for more information. We'd love to hear from you.
111 West 11th Street
113 West 11th Street

Our Inn

About the Inn

A Harbor View Inn is a Colonial Revival Style home originally built in 1905 and carefully restored to its current state. Our four rooms offer beautiful view's of Aberdeen's Grays Harbor and historic downtown Aberdeen. Each room is filled with unique Victorian-era furniture and warm, cozy handmade quilts. Our rooms also have private baths, king-size beds, WiFi, television, and plenty of comfort!

We're conveniently located walking distance from Grays Harbor, the Wishkah River, and the Chehalis River. And, we're just 20 minutes from the Pacific Ocean, 45 minutes from the Olympic National Park, and 90 minutes from Seattle.

The Lonn family looks forward to welcoming you into our historical Washington Coast bed and breakfast.
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Our Area

About Aberdeen

Aberdeen, Washington, sometimes referred to as the Gateway to the Olympic Peninsula, is located at the southern end of the Olympic Peninsula. It's the perfect starting point for exploring the Olympic National Park and the many attractions surrounding it.*

Aberdeen is home to a number of unique places to visit, many of which are associated with the city's beautiful harbor. You can take a stroll along Morrison Riverfront Park, a short, scenic trail that runs to the Compass Rose mosaic. Or, visit the Lady Washington, a replica of the original merchant sailing vessel, named after Martha Washington. And, don't forget to stop by the Aberdeen Museum of History and enjoy it unique exhibits of Native American artifacts.

* Note that the closest major airport to Aberdeen is Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). If you're planning on visiting Olympic National Park, having you own car (or renting one) is almost a requirement since public transportation inside the park is very limited.


Four Beautifully Appointed Rooms to Choose From


Canterbury Room

A king bed, with a view of the Chehalis River.

Josephine Paine Room

A king bed, with a view of downtown Aberdeen, the Chehalis River, and the Harbor.

Blue Willow Room

A king bed, with roll-away twin bed, and a north-side view of the forest and the Harbor.

Windsor Room

A king bed, with a twin bed, and a beautiful view of downtown Aberdeen and the Harbor.
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Local Attractions

The Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula is a 3,600 square-mile area of western Washington. It's bounded by the Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Hood Canal.

The Olympic Peninsula offers a variety of diverse activities to enjoy. For instance, you can choose from any number of state and national parks to visit. Probably, the most well known is Olympic National Park. It covers close to a million acres, and includes rain forests, glacier-capped mountains, and miles and miles of wild coastline.

Looking for peace and quiet? Try the Hoh Rain Forest, one of the quietest places on earth. The forest gets up to 14 feet of rain per year and is covered in a variety of mosses and ferns. It is a unique ecosystem that has remained unchanged for thousands of years.

Closer to A Harbor View is Quinault Rain Forest, which receives 10-15 feet of rain, per year. Quinault Rain Forest is sometimes referred to as the "Valley of the Rain Forest Giants" due to the many huge trees located in the forest. Massive Sitka Spruce, Western Hemlock, and Douglas Fir trees can be found in the forest.

For more information on all that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer, give us a call. We know the area well, and we'll be glad to help you plan the perfect trip.

Local Restaurants

Dining Options

The Aberdeen area has a variety of excellent dining choices, all of which you're sure to enjoy.

For the best in fresh local seafood, try Breakwater Seafood and Chowder House. They've been in business since 1987, and serve excellent seafood dishes. And, since the restaurant is right on the riverfront, it's a great location for viewing local wildlife, such as seals and birds.

Another popular option is Billy's Bar and Grill. Located on Heron Street, in a building originally constructed in the early 1900s, Billy's offers an eclectic menu, with everything from Jumbo Coconut Prawns to a Saloon Beef Melt.

Check out our Restaurants page for more dining recommendations.
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Highly recommendable classic traditional B&B located in a quiet but convenient part of town. The large comfortable nicely decorated rooms sported attractive electric fireplaces which worked very well to create a visually appealing source of additional heat on January days. Power strips at each side of the bed solved the usual challenge of not finding enough receptacles for overnight device charging. Cindy is a gracious, helpful host serving great breakfasts, including the best orange juice in two weeks of traveling, in the lovely sunroom with a view. We enjoyed our first stay so much that on our return trip up the coast we were very pleased to get a room again. Cindy also recommended nearby restaurants where we enjoyed excellent dinners.
Perfect Stopover in Aberdeen. BengalConte, Trip Advisor
We were here in 2012 and wanted to introduce friends to Olympic National Park so we started here. Cindy's hospitality provided the perfect start to our trip. Our friends loved it as much as we did. We again chose the Harbor View room and it was just as great as our first visit. Our friends were delighted with their stay in the Canterbury room. We were only able to stay one night this time but we made the most of our short visit. Make sure to take Cindy's walking tour of the historic homes. Thank you Cindy for having our coffee out early and preparing us a very tasty breakfast. We appreciate your kind hospitality
Another WONDERFUL visit. kvd, Trip Advisor
The room we stayed in, the Windsor, had the best view! The pictures on the site don’t do it justice. The house is very Victorian and has older furniture throughout to complement that fact. The bed was super comfy and the breakfast was fantastic!
Soft bed, Great breakfast. TheOriginalRy, Trip Advisor
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