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Dupont Suite

The largest of the suites at Creekside Haven, the DuPont Suite boasts a king size bed, soaking tub/shower combo in a private bathroom and a wonderful view of the scenic gardens. All guests at Creekside Haven have full access to the property including the fully equipped commercial kitchen, dining room, 2 living rooms, reading nook and 2.5 acres of property to explore..

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TomCat Suite

Creekside Haven's most popular suite, the Tom Cat Suite offers a queen size bed, private bathroom including a soaking tub/shower combo and easy access to the room through the back entrance of the house. All guests at Creekside Haven have full access to the property including the fully equipped commercial kitchen, dining room, 2 living rooms, reading nook and 2.5 acres of property to explore.

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Paddock Suite

The Paddock Suite at Creekside Haven allows guests to settle in to a large room with a queen size bed, loveseat, full closet and dresser along with a large walk in shower in a private bathroom. Very popular with return guests who want to spread out and stay for an extended visit! All guests at Creekside Haven have full access to the property including the fully equipped commercial kitchen, dining room, 2 living rooms, reading nook and 2.5 acres of property to explore..

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Entire House

To learn more about renting the entire house, contact us. Creekside Haven includes 2.5 acres of peaceful, spacious gardens and property including the 3500 sf ft home built in 1944 and the 2500 sq ft heated barn for events.

Each Suite at Creekside Haven has a private bath and access to the communal commercial kitchen, 2 living rooms, dining room and patios with BBQs.

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Kris Osborn
408 206 7330

What They Say

"You won’t be disappointed."

"Stop looking stay here. Comfort, quality and friendly hosts. Staying here is like staying at your own private botanical garden. Close to restaurants (you must eat breakfast at The Oak Table) and minutes from lavender farms and the Olympic National Park. I honestly wished we had stayed longer. We were also pleasantly surprised by a few extra special touches that made the experience even better but I won't ruin the surprise for you."

"This was one of my favorite AirBnBs ! Kris and Rick are wonderful hosts; very welcoming and made us feel at home. They provided clear instructions for check in and our stay, offered tips for exploring the area and encouraged us to enjoy the property. Our suite was a nice size; a spacious bedroom with a queen size bed and en-suite bathroom. There are numerous shared spaces include two living rooms, large kitchen, dining room and outdoor patio with a gorgeous garden. Everything was throughly cleaned, making us feel comfortable to be there during this time. We look forward to going back!"

"This was a wonderful place I would recommend to anyone traveling to the area and definitely would stay at again! Had a beautiful kitchen, bathroom, and outdoor space with so many cozy accents that made us feel right at home and made our time here relaxing and enjoyable."

"Both Kristen and Rick are kind and friendly hosts. They make you feel welcomed in their home! Their home is beautiful and very clean! We wished we could have stayed there longer."

"We've chosen this property on Airbnb because we wanted to stay close to Olympic game farm. And it's quite close, less than 15 minutes drive. We were flattered by the hospitality of Kris and Rick, and the highest level of service. They even offered a variety of breakfast options including home grown eggs (you should see those chicken, they look so happy and well-kept). Wow. We loved our room DuPont, with its own door to the garden, and the bathroom was great, I especially enjoyed large bath, great to wash a toddler on it. The garden is so beautiful, especially in autumn colors. Thank you so much Kris and Rick for letting us stay."

"Beautiful home, lots of privacy, easy access from highway and close to Sequim. If I could give them 10 stars I would. I was extremely satisfied. "

"The room will be spotlessly clean, all the room suggested restaurants we went to were great. The hosts were very kind and inviting. There were snacks and things available in the fridge and the garden outside is gorgeous. It’s nice to sit out, drink coffee and watch the colorful birds visit the feeders amongst the flowers."

"We had a wonderful stay. Creekside Haven is a beautiful property with first class accommodations."

"You will Not be disappointed staying with Kris and Rick. Their home and hospitality is amazing. Beautiful home inside and out. Very peaceful, We look forward to going back again."

"Creekside Haven is a gracious place, super clean, comfortable and very pretty. Kris and Rick are great hosts. We would have stayed much longer if life allowed. The area is incredibly interesting and fun to visit."

"Thank you for your amazing hospitality! Rick, you were so helpful and accommodating - even making homemade zucchini bread for us. Everything at their home is lovely and welcoming. They have to go cups and bowls and things if your departure is early and you wish to take some coffee or breakfast for the road. So thoughtful! We loved our Dupont Suite and that extra large bathtub. We wished we had longer there. We will definitely need to return!"

Things To Do

Hurricane Ridge

Hurricane Ridge has a number of hiking trails, from ridge top traverses to steep trails that descend to sub alpine lakes and valleys. Obstruction Point Road (weather and snow permitting, open from July 4 through October 15), branches off right before the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center, and provides access to a variety of trails as well.

Marymere Falls

Sword ferns and carpets of moss line the wide, well-maintained trail. Shortly beyond the Mount Storm King Trail junction, head right towards Marymere Falls. The trail crosses Barnes Creek and then Falls Creek before ascending 200 feet into the mossy, fern-laden ravine.

Mount Storm King

Hikers flock to Mount Storm King for that signature shot, standing on a rocky outcropping above Lake Crescent. But it's a grind to get there, and the climb to the summit can be dangerous in bad weather. Luckily, there are several outcroppings about halfway to the top offering similar views. It's still a steep hike to get to them, but at least it's shorter.

Sol Duc Falls & Hot Springs

The Sol Duc Valley in Olympic National Park has it all—towering trees, cascading waterways, alpine lakes, snowcapped peaks and wildlife. The valley is home to several trails and many attractions, making the price for entry—$25 for 7 consecutive days or $50 for an annual Olympic National Park pass—a great value.

Spruce Railroad Trail

Take a trip back in time on this historic hike along Lake Crescent. This is a lovely lakeside jaunt for families or those wishing to stretch their legs on a long drive. This four-mile hike winds along the shores of nine-mile long Lake Crescent, whose character changes with the weather, but always provides an excellent backdrop to a hike year-round.

Fort Worden - Point Wilson

On the shore of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, you can walk a fine sandy beach between high bluffs and two access points to reach the Point Wilson Lighthouse at Fort Worden State Park. Water and sand play possibilities for children of any age are infinite. The total distance is 2 1/2 miles, and whether the tide is high or low, you can walk it either direction.

Dungeness Spit & Lighthouse

The lighthouse is reached by a 5 mile hike from the Refuge parking lot along the North side of the Dungeness Spit. There is a $3 Refuge permit fee for a party of four adults payable at the Kiosk. Children under 16 are free. There are no fees at the lighthouse, but donations to support the maintenance and restoration of the Lighthouse are appreciated.

Dungeness Recreation Area

The Clallam County Parks system consists of eighteen day use facilities scattered from one end of the County to the other. The County also owns the properties of the Fred Orr Ball Fields in Beaver, ten miles north of Forks, maintained by the local Lions Club the Agnew Soccer Fields, between Sequim and Port Angeles

Elwha River

The Elwha is the Olympic Peninsula's largest watershed and prior to the construction of two dams in the early 1900s, was known for its impressive salmon returns. The Elwha Valley is located in the central northern area of Olympic National Park. Located 11 miles west of Port Angeles, the Elwha Valley is reached by the Olympic Hot Springs Road, off of Highway 101.

1st, 2nd and 3rd Beaches (Past Forks toward LaPush)

The ease of course leads to this beach being one of the more popular beaches out of the three. My visit was just as I described above, masked in fog. I did not explore First Beach much other than to admire the abundance of driftwood that had run aground. Out of all of the beaches I visited this day, the driftwood at this beach was certainly the smallest in size.

Kalaloch & Ruby Beach

For thousands of marine species, these coastal waters are a safe haven. The marine environment and offshore islands are protected by three national wildlife refuges and Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary. The refuges manage the islands visible above high tide waters for 135 miles along the coast.

Rialto Beach & Hole-in-the-Wall

This hike begins at the Rialto Beach parking area. Your trail is the beach itself and the two mile walk to Hole-in-the-Wall is filled with attractions. Look south to the forested James and Little James islands, while waves crash over Gunsight Rock and numerous

Olympic Discovery Trail

Starting in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, and ending on the shores of the Pacific Ocean, the ODT is filled with views of snow capped peaks, ocean vistas, fast flowing rivers and pristine lakes, and everywhere the majestic forests of the Pacific Northwest.

Ediz Hook

A bike, hike or walk along Ediz Hook in Port Angeles will lead you to one of the best views in the region. Under clear or cloudy skies, you’ll see the Olympic Mountains jut sky-high above the city and pop against the Strait of Juan de Fuca’s sapphire seawater. The vista is simply unforgettable.

Olympic Game Farm

If you love animals, Olympic Game Farm is the place for you. We are a drive-through wildlife exhibit, where animals will come up right to your vehicle! Experience wildlife in a way that is unlike anywhere else.

Whale Watching

Few people know these waters like we do. Our experience and dedication makes it possible for us to guarantee that you’ll see whales on your trip — or we’ll give you another trip absolutely free.

7 Cedars Dungeness Golf Course

From our famous Crab Shaped sand trap, to some of the best golf conditions in Western Washington, come see what all the buzz is about and experience our Award Winning Golf Course for yourself, in sunny Sequim.

Peninsula Golf Course

Port Angeles summer weather is marine moderated and hovers comfortably around 70°F. The winter months bring less rain than in Seattle and we are playable year round. We showcase some of the most amazing views you will ever witness on a golf course and we would love for you to come share a memorable golfing experience here at Peninsula Golf Club.

Sunland Golf Course

Located in sunny Sequim, Washington and within the rain shadow of the Olympic Mountains, Sunland Golf Club enjoys excellent golf weather on a year-round basis. The abundance of sunshine helps to enable pristine playing conditions on a year-round basis, and members and guests rave about the immaculate turf conditions, from tee to green.

Sequim Farmers Market (Saturdays in May thru October)

The Sequim Farmers Market is open with new physical distancing and safety measures in place.

Adventures Through Kayaking

Stand Up Paddle (SUP) boarding has become one of the fastest growing watersports, great for fitness lake paddling or adrenaline filled surf paddling. A couple of our nearby Olympic Peninsula favorite locations for SUP include the glacier blue Lake Crescent in Olympic National Park and the sandy beaches of Crescent Bay near Salt Creek Recreation Area.

Harbinger Winery

At Harbinger Winery our mission in this life is to craft incredibly drinkable Washington State wines that justly represent the varietal and land from which they were grown. With a focus on "out of the ordinary" varietals, as well as traditional favorites, we strive to keep your cellar varied, your palate delighted and your state of mind pleasantly surprised.

Camaraderie Cellars

Camaraderie Cellars has been recognized for making consistently high quality wines for over twenty-five years. We are in Port Angeles, Washington, on the North Olympic Peninsula where great wines and iconic Pacific Northwest scenery combine in a setting that’s hard to beat.

Olympic Cellars

Family owned, women operated – Home of the “Working Girls”

Fair Winds Winery

FairWinds Winery is committed to producing non-mainstream varietals along with more well-known wines and pricing them affordably.

Wind Rose Cellars

Wind Rose Cellars aspires to be Pacific Northwest’s premier winery for producing Italian style wines. We produce small lots of hand crafted wines from select vineyards in eastern Washington.

Black Ball Ferry Line

Black Ball Ferry Line operates the M.V. Coho passenger and vehicle ferry linking Victoria, British Columbia on Vancouver Island with Port Angeles, Washington on the scenic Olympic Peninsula.

Port Angeles Fine Arts Center

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center gallery, originally the private residence of Esther and Charles Webster, was designed in 1951, by Paul Hayden Kirk, as both a residence and artist’s studio. The Webster house is a plate-glass-and-timbered classic of modern Northwest architecture.

Blue Whole Gallery

Featured artists of the month of August are Sally Cays and Jeannine Chappell. The veteran artists who are well known in the community will showcase unique pieces in the windows.

Native Art Gallery

We are your resource for Native American art, books, gifts, and more.

B&B Family Lavender Farm

We are a 3 generation lavender farm that loves to share what we do every day. Everyone is welcome as long as they are kind to all visitors and farmers. We are dog friendly as long as dogs remain on a leash and do not enter our gift shop.

Fleurish Lavender

We invite you to come and share in the beauty and tranquility of our sweet family farm! Whether gazing at the stunning array of 86 different types of lavender in our unique sample garden, strolling through our lavish field of 12 varieties of English and French lavender, or listening to the buzz of our happy honey bees.

Victor's Lavender

This is where the Sequim Lavender magic starts! Welcome to Victor’s Lavender Farm. Our farm store is in an old milking barn, now instead of cows it is full of our lavender line of products for people and pets, all handmade right here on the farm.

Purple Haze Lavender

Whatever brings you to Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula, be sure to take some time out of your travels for an unforgettable visit to the Purple Haze Lavender Farm.

Jardin au Soleil

With state of the art steam distillation, Jardin du Soleil Lavender produces the highest quality certified organic lavender essential oil. Lavender essential oil is well known for its many uses, with qualities as a natural antiseptic and its ability to help with headaches and relaxation.

Fat Cat Garden & Gifts

We feature numerous lavender products including, u-pick lavender, lotions, shampoos, chocolates, and gift packages.

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Kris Osborn408 206

"Wonderful stay at a gorgeous property. Everything was clean and the hosts were gracious and helped us find many things to do in the surrounding area. We felt very welcome and would recommend that you visit."