There’s A Brand New Hotel Inside This Historic Washington Seminary, And It’s Magical

Unless you live in King County, you may never have heard of Kenmore, much less St. Edward State Park. Located along the northernmost shore of Lake Washington, Kenmore is a small city by any standard… but it also happens to be home to a beautiful 326-acre day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline.

Recently, the old St. Edward Seminary opened as The Lodge at St. Edward State Park, after a lengthy five-year renovation. The landmark building was restored beautifully, and the hotel is now open to the public. And if you like your staycation spots to have a history, this is definitely the place for you.

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Don’t pass up the chance to experience this stunning property. If you’re a history buff, grab your smartphone and embark on a self-guided history tour, where various QR codes will tell you all about the area you’re exploring. Treat yourself to a stay here.

Address: The Lodge at St Edward State Park, 14477 Juanita Dr NE, Kenmore, WA 98028, USA