WA Posted in Washington September 12, 2016 by Jessica Wick You’ll Never Forget An Overnight In This Retired Caboose In Washington Washington is no stranger to unique accommodations. You can stay in a cabin, a glamping tent or even a treehouse. But you’ll certainly never forget a stay at the Red Caboose Getaway B & B in Sequim. Red Caboose Getaway Located on the Olympic Discovery Trail mere minutes from local lavender farms, the Red Caboose Getaway is in a convenient spot. You can take a short ferry from the nearby Port Angeles into Canada, and the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is about 8 miles away. The resort is also near a few great restaurants like the Alderwood Bistro. Jessica K. / Yelp But it might be tough to actually pry yourself away from the property. Each of the nine cabooses has its own creative theme, like “Casey Jones” and “The Lavender Limited.” Most of the cars have queen feather beds, gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs and mini fridges. Andria G. / Yelp Anna S. / Yelp The cabooses are all set on their own tracks to ensure your privacy and are arranged in “roundhouse fashion” on the property with a peaceful duck pond sitting in the center. Red Caboose Getaway / Yelp In the morning you’ll head to The Silver Eagle, the private Zephyr dining car, to enjoy a delicious breakfast. The tables in the dining car have white linen tablecloths, and each breakfast starts with freshly baked bread and ends with dessert. beachboywantabe / TripAdvisor Chris D. / Yelp Red Caboose Getaway / Yelp To book a caboose, call 360-683-7350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Then get ready for some serious relaxation. How many of Washington’s most unique accommodations have you experienced?