Washington March 13, 2019
The Rooms At This Railroad-Themed Bed & Breakfast In Washington Are Actual Box Cars
Washington is home to some delightful bed and breakfasts, but it’s not every day you find one that allows you to sleep in a caboose. But when you stay at Sequim’s Red Caboose Getaway, you’ll enjoy a quiet, private retreat followed by a multi-course breakfast in a dining car.
Red Caboose Getaway is located at 24 Old Coyote Way in the charming little city of Sequim.
Sequim is surrounded by the natural beauty of Olympic National Park.
The property features a series of themed cabooses, each filled with amenities to keep you company.
Each of the uniquely themed cars is set on its own track with. Most offer queen feather beds, gas fireplace, 2-person whirlpool tubs, robes, themed movies, and more.
The Lavender Limited car plays homage to Sequim's many lavender fields... and as you can imagine, it's completely relaxing.
It has a Queen bed, a whirlpool tub, and a mural of a lavender field with water coming out of an antique hand pump.Don't worry, no pumping is required.
History buffs will love a stay in the Casey Jones caboose, which features an actual working conductor's desk along with a Queen feather bed.
The bathroom has a corner shower, pedestal sink and the original toilet room.
The Grape Escape celebrates the Olympic Peninsula's boutique wine industry.
This car has two double beds (one of them is a pullout couch), so it can accommodate four. It also has an electric mantel fireplace and a copper tub sitting on a heated Italian tile floor.
Each morning, breakfast is served in a stainless steel private dining car .
Each multi-course breakfast starts with your own mini-loaf of freshly baked bread, which is different every day, and finishes with a small dessert.
Children over 12 are welcome here, but you'll have to leave your pets at home.
Rates are $222 or $242 nightly. Call (360) 683-7350 to book.
You can find out more details about the caboose selection on
the website. And while you’re in the area, you’ll want to spend some time exploring Sequim.