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Washington State​ Holidays

If you're a fan of the Great Outdoors, then there's no better reason to visit Washington State. Mother Nature has pulled out all the stops here, blanketing the land with soaring mountains, stunning gorges, and Alpine wildflower meadows - even a rainforest in the Hoh River Valley. No surprise then that it boasts three National Parks and a long list of State Parks - and no surprise either that it's nick-named the 'Emerald State'.

Washington State isn't all about green spaces either. Its Pacific coastline offers spectacularly rugged scenery, and you may find yourself alone on the sand with just the ocean spray and a succession of weather-beaten stacks for company. With nearly one million acres, Olympic National Park is the king of Washington’s parks, offering the best of all worlds with everything from windswept beaches to lush rain forests to glacier-capped mountains.

All that outdoors means lots of activities, and it's pure paradise for hikers, who can choose between scaling mountains, ambling along coastal trails, or heading to panoramic viewpoints like those along Mount Baker's Chain Lakes Loop Trail. There's lots of water-based fun to be had too, and sea kayaking is practically a way of life in the San Juan Islands, while there's great windsurfing in the Columbia River Gorge. Or, consider a cruise. Seattle is the Gateway to Alaska with over 216 ship departures in 2017.

Another stellar reason to visit Washington State is to stop by its jewel of a city - Seattle. This mecca for coffee lovers, packed with bustling cafés, is a lively and welcoming place. There’s lots to experience in Seattle including historic Pike Place Market (the longest continuous running farmer's market in the USA), the Space Needle and MoPop, the Museum of Culture. State capital Olympia with its vibrant arts scene and stunning parkland is also well worth a visit. City or countryside, Washington State provides exciting options for the adventurous traveller.


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Olympic National Park

Mountains, isolated stretches of coast, forests and spectacular views are all part and parcel of this vast 1,400 square-mile wilderness. Hike through wildflower meadows to the rugged crags and glaciers of Mount Olympus; go swimming in Lake Crescent; explore the giant ferns of the forests; view the sea stacks and islands that dot the spray-strewn coastline; and leave the crowds far behind.

San Juan Islands

Accessible by ferry from Seattle or by seaplane, the islands in this group have unique personalities. Lopez has rolling fields and pastures, whereas beautiful Orcas Island is dramatically mountainous. San Juan is the largest, home to the bustling port of Friday Harbor. It's the perfect place for sea kayaking trips and for spotting orca and mink whales, harbor seals and bald eagles.

Mount Rainier

The North-West's highest peak and its 27 glaciers lies just 58 miles east of Seattle. There's fantastic walking and driving throughout the Park, with stunning wildflowers carpeting the land from July to August. The Sunrise viewpoint offers panoramic views over the mountain and Emmons Glacier - the largest in the US outside Alaska.

Superb Scenery

Even if you don't fancy walking, there's some spectacular sights you can access on four wheels. The Cascades Loop circles through the Cascades mountains, past glacier-fed lakes and along river valleys rich with wildlife. Or follow the Columbia River Scenic Highway for breathtaking views of plunging cliffs and frothing waterfalls.

Mount St. Helens

Visit Washington State and see a live volcano! Mount St Helens blew its top in spectacular style in 1980 and there was a smaller eruption as late as 2004. You can get a good look at the sometimes-smoking crater from the Johnston Ridge Observatory and learn all about the volcano's explosive history at the various visitor centres.

Our Top Hotels in Washington State

The Edgewater

The Edgewater


Resting atop Pier 67 on Seattle's sparking Elliott Bay, the four story 223-room Edgewater is Seattle’s original waterfront hotel. Edgewater Hotel has become a beloved local landmark.

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Alexis Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel

Alexis Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel


The Alexis Hotel - a Kimpton Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel that prides itself on the art of living, celebrating the art of living every day with contemporary design.

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Red Lion Port Angeles

Red Lion Port Angeles


This hotel has been setting the standard for Olympic Peninsula hospitality for over 30 years. Situated on the shores of Hollywood Beach overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

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Fly Drive Holiday: North by Northwest

Seattle – Vancouver – Kamloops – Jasper – Banff National Park – Calgary – Kalispell – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson – Twin Falls – Pendleton – Yakima – Seattle Take in two countries, five states, two Canadian provinces and seven National Parks on this epic fly drive holiday of majestic mountain ranges and incomparable natural wonders. Start in the cultural, coffee mad city of Seattle before making your way north to Vancouver. You’ll pass through the majestic scenery of the Rockies before dipping back down to the USA.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Pacific North West

Seattle – Port Angeles (Olympic National Park) – Ashford - Portland – Newport – Coos Bay - Grants Pass (Crater Lake) – Eureka - Ukiah - Napa Hit the open road and take a fantastic drive from buzzing Seattle to the vineyards of Napa Valley on this spectacularly scenic Northern California fly drive itinerary. Along the way you’ll get to see natural wonders including the rainforests of the Olympic National Park, the towering redwoods of Humboldt County and the Pacific surf along Highway 1. Your holiday starts with a flight into the coastal seaport of Seattle with its impressive music pedigree and world famous café culture. From here, pick up your hire car and head south, from the peaks of the Cascade Range to the brooding volcano of Mount St. Helens, the deserted beaches of Redwood National Park and the deep blue hues of Crater Lake. After some time in wine and foodie heaven Napa, it’s time to drive to San Francisco for a flight back to London.
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Motorhome Holiday: Northwest USA Self Drive

Seattle/Everett - Mount Vernon - North Cascades National Park - Electric City - Coeur d'Alene - Butte - Yellowstone National Park - Idaho Falls - Massacre Rock State Park - Boise - La Grande - Portland, Oregon - Mount Rainier National Park - Seattle/Everett

Pick up your hotel on wheels and take to the road on this 13 night itinerary taking you through the highlights of America’s Northwest corner. Your journey will take you into National Parks, along mighty rivers and past dormant and not so dormant volcanoes. Enjoy afternoon tea in the former home of George Washington, watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park, mix with celebrities in Jackson and learn about the life of pioneers arriving from the East along the Oregon Trail.
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Lake Washington Cruise from Seattle  
Enjoy a narrated cruise on Lake Washington from Seattle. See the historic houseboat district on Lake Union and Portage Bay, cruise past Husky Stadium into scenic Lake Washington, boasting beautiful vistas and the distant backdrop of volcanic Mt. Rainier. From £19 per person.

Bainbridge Island and Kitsap Peninsula Tour 
Make your way to Bainbridge Island (a picturesque ferry ride from Seattle is the easiest route) and meet a local guide at the ferry terminal. You will catch a luxury minibus and venture through lovely Bainbridge Island on your way to the communities of Suquamish, Poulsbo and Port Gamble on the Kitsap Peninsula. From £49 per person.

Seattle City Tour
During your three-hour bus tour, you'll take in downtown Seattle, the Seattle Waterfront and Pioneer Square, whilst getting some outstanding city views. Additionally you’ll pass through quirky neighbourhoods, visit the Ballard Locks with ladders for the spawning salmon, the Giant Bridge Troll, and the famous "Sleepless in Seattle" floating home. From £30 per person. .

Mt Rainier Full Day Tour
Breathtaking vistas await you on Mt Rainier, whose rocky peak stands more than 14,000 feet tall! On this full-day tour to Mt Rainier from Seattle, you'll get to appreciate the beauty of this stunning mountain up close. Enjoy unobstructed views of the Seattle area from the mountain and make sure you don’t forget your camera! From £62 per person.

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Time Difference:
GMT- 8hours

Closest Airport:
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (approx. 10 hours and 35 minutes, direct flight).

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Car hire is available from £21 per day.

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Insider Tip:
Head to Lime Kiln Point State Park on San Juan Island for some of the world’s best land based whale spotting. Minke whales, Humpback whales, orcas, porpoises, seals, sea lions and otters regularly cruise the shoreline. The peak whale-watching season is May to September, with June and July being the most likely months to see whales.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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