Welcome to Good Night Irene's your home away from home in the great Pacific Northwest, home the The Cape Flattery trail, the northwestern most point in the continental United States! Enjoy sitting across from the bay looking out to the Straits of Juan De Fuca in one of the oldest homes in the village of Neah Bay. Built in 1936, this cozy house has sheltered our family for generations and now we invite you to shelter in it after your long journey to our beautiful beginning of the Earth.
Our house has two bedrooms, one with two twin beds and the other with two full sized beds and one bathroom, dinning room, well stocked kitchen to cook a Thanksgiving dinner, all linens are included in our home. If you find there is something you need but can't find, just ask! Most of our guests stop in Port Angeles to stock up before coming out, but the General Store is just a block away if you do forget something. Everyone is family!
Guest will have use of the entire house, patio with lawn furniture and yard. We also offer a BBQ and for the fisher folks a place to clean fish.
Interaction with guests
We are happy to answer any questions or help with whatever is needed. Our house is your house.
Other things to note
We are located on the main street in town. We live next door, so are always happy to help you plan your trip. There is a lot to do in our little village! Hiking the Cape, stepping back in time in our magical museum or just walking for hours on the beaches will leave you feeling rested and recharged. We are a fishing village, so welcome fishing groups and have an area out back for cleaning and may even offer to kipper some of it for you!
- Quiet hours between 10PM-6AM.
- Please remove shoes.
I am a school bus driver and also a driver trainer. I love quilting, crafts and gardening. We are looking forward to sharing our guest house with you and making new connections throughout the world.