Guests at Fishermen's Hollow have been enjoying this destination for the past four years. As the start of year three begins, we are excited to share our cabin with you.
This riverfront property has been organized to allow for privacy. There are two cabins (seven feet apart) which are connected by covered decks and breezeway. The main cabin contains a full kitchen, 3/4 bath, great room concept with leather furniture and a large table for meals.
The bunkhouse has two bedrooms. The first bedroom is riverfront with a log queen size bed. The second bedroom is larger with two queen size beds and room to stow your gear.
Sit on the covered decks (winter or summer) and watch the river go by or build a campfire. Open the windows at night to listen to the river.
Towels and bedding is provided. The cabin is professionally cleaned after your stay. There is not an additional cleaning fee.
After searching for many years, my husband and I found this riverfront property. You would not recognize it today. It was one small building with a small deck. The building was sloping to one side. With the help of Bob from Forks, we steadied the original building and added the bunkhouse. Bob taught us a 'few additional skills' which allowed us to complete all of the finish work. The large window facing the river is only remaining original fixture in the cabin.
Personally, this cabin is an important place for us and our family. Our sons, daughter-in-laws, young grandchildren, and many friends have had memorable moments at Fishermen's Hollow.
This property provides privacy and easy access to the town of Forks. The decorations have been collected for many years providing a cozy environment.
The logic behind separating the bunkhouse from the main cabin was to allow the early risers the option to go to bed while the night-owls stay up! It works out well.
The covered decks (in front and back) have hooks to hang wet gear or bring fishing poles, etc., under cover.
During the summer months, the river warms up and is fun to tube. If you start from the cabin, you can get out at the Bogachiel River bridge and walk back to the cabin on Hwy 101.
The cabin is 7 miles from the Hoh Rain Forest turnoff on Hwy 101. By driving 30 minutes south or north, you can be at various Pacific Ocean beaches.