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Washington's Railroad Inns made from Train Car and Cabooses


Washington's Railroad Inns  made from  Train Cars and Cabooses        

Red Caboose Getaway in Sequim, Washington

Red Caboose Getaway in Sequim, Washington
Experience the "Romance of the Rails" in your own private caboose! Each of the uniquely themed cars is set on its own track with most offering queen feather beds, gas fireplace, 2 person whirlpool tubs, robes, LCD TV/DVD with themed movies, mini fridge, hair dryer, in room coffee and free WIFI. In the morning stroll past the central duck pond to the stationhouse and board our private Zephyr dining car, "The Silver Eagle" for a breakfast event to remember. Equidistant from the Victorian Seaport of Port Townsend to the East and Port Angeles, gateway to the Olympic National Park and Pacific Coast beaches, to the West. Take a short ferry ride from Port Angeles and visit a foreign country- Canada! Located on the Olympic Discovery Trail and just minutes from Lavender Farms and John Wayne Marina and many area restaurants.
Complete Story and Photos

     

Pirate's Cove Caboose in Shelton, Washington

Pirate's Cove Caboose in Shelton, Washington
Perfect vacation rental centrally located with easy access to Washington's great attractions, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, Mt St. Helens, Seattle to the North and Portland and the Columbia River to the South. Puget Sound is looking at you from your living room, bedroom, Hot Tub and Beach. Kayak, Swim, Suntan, Fish from the beach, Play, Relax, Love. Three gorgeous acres on Pirates Cove on S. Puget Sound's Hammersley Inlet. Tall firs, flora and fauna surround the property and make for peaceful walks on the trails traversing the property and leading to the beach with great varied character...sandy beach, rocky beach, oyster beach, clam digging beach, a private beach of excitement and/or quiet solitude in one of natures most special places.  Complete Story and Photos

 

Iron Horse Inn Bed and Breakfast in South Cle Elum, WA

Iron Horse Inn Bed and Breakfast in South Cle Elum, WA
Iron Horse Inn offers seven bright and airy rooms upstairs, each named after a railroad crewman who actually stayed here. Accommodations range from economical to exquisite, and each captures the essence of the bygone era of railroading. Antique furniture and railroad memorabilia are featured throughout. Three rooms share two spacious bathrooms (Main Hall). Four rooms have private bathrooms (1920 Addition), including the elegant Brady Suite with a jetted bathtub. Also offered are four genuine caboose cars that have been renovated for your comfort, while preserving their charm and character.
 Complete Story and Photos

        

The Hobo Inn in Elbe, Washington

The Hobo Inn in Elbe, Washington
In 1987, our family owned and operated business began riding on the rails from a start by elder Thurston, who built his business from a popcorn stand on a street corner right here in Elbe, WA. We’ve expanded to include a caboose motel (The Hobo Inn), a gift shop, the Cascadian Dinner Train and a restaurant and lounge where you can wet your whistle, leaving you saying, “Sorry honey, I got side-tracked.” So for you railroad buffs, the Cascadian Dinner Train, best known as the American Freedom Train, once toured the country with 26 cars displaying over 500 treasures of Americana.  Whether you’re here for the scenery, the history or just plain here for the food, you re now one of many, including President Ford, that get to experience the exciting ambience of our delightful trains. Complete Story and Photos











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