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Flagstone Motel is delightful get-away for you, your family, and friends. We are 2 blocks from Downtown Port Angeles where you will enjoy a wide variety of restaurants and shopping, making the motel a good base camp as you explores the area. We want to make your visit as comfortable as possible. We offer clean, comfortable elegantly decorated rooms with all the charm and amenities to help you feel right at home.
All reviews short walk to downtown quick drive hurricane ridge in town would stay here again free wifi third floor fridge and microwave flat screen enjoyed my stay coffee maker ice machine comfortable bed national park ferry to victoria no frills olympic peninsula
Hotel looks a bit rough from the outside but is very modern inside. I really enjoy our stay. Very nice guy working at reception. Wifi worked but was quite slow at time. Close proximity to the waterfront and a good view of the mountains. If...More
Excellent all the way around. Great place to stay. Much better than the Red Lion or any other property in PA. Housekeeping, staff, the whole nine yards is above average. Why do we have to put in 200 plus characters when all can be said...More
We came here as part of a family vacation, using it as a base for the Port Angeles side of Olympic National Park.
Plus sides - Rooms have a small fridge and microwaves, and are good sizes. Parking is ample (then again this is a...More
No air conditioning but I think that is a thing with Pacific Northwest motels? They did have a fan, so it was not bad. The check in lady was super nice and recommended some dinner and breakfast places. We are pretty low maintenance, and it...More
To be fair, the price was good (about $125) and the room was clean. A decent place to stay when you get off the ferry.
But this motel still used metal keys; nothing electronic there. There was no hairdryer, the hot and cold faucets in...More