Washington’s Oldest Hotel, The Tokeland Hotel, Has A New Restaurant And You Should Go
Tokeland is a tiny coastal town in Pacific County. With a population of 151, it’s safe to say there’s not much to it. However, it does happen to be home to Washington’s oldest hotel. The Tokeland Hotel dates all the way back to 1885, but the onsite restaurant is much newer… and it’s worth driving all the way to the coast just to dine there.
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Address: 100 Hotel Road, Tokeland, WA, 98590
Restaurant hours: Daily from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.
Book your stay at Washington’s oldest hotel here. But beware… you just might spot a ghost.