2-Night Stay for Two in a Hot-Tub Cottage at Robin Hood Village Resort in Union, WA
Must book by 7/12/20 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 8/31/20. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 4 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability; contact Robin Hood Village Resort at 360-898-2163 for specific availability. 7-day cancellation notice required or fee up to the voucher price applies. Must be 18+ to check in. Credit card required at booking and check-in. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 10.5% tax not included. $20 non-refundable deposit not included.
Rustic cottages with private outdoor hot tubs in the wilderness near Hood Canal and Olympic Mountains
Resort at a Glance: Robin Hood Village Resort
Robin Hood Village Resort was designed by Don Beckman, who also created the sets for the 1938 Hollywood classic The Adventures of Robin Hood. Unsurprisingly, the secluded resort looks like it was pulled straight from Sherwood Forest, with quaint cottages surrounded by towering trees. If you want to check out the outdoor scenery, take a short drive to Olympic National Park, taking in the stunning views along the way.
- Private hot tubs are located outside the cottages included with this getaway.
- Grab a meal at the historic restaurant and pub on the property any day except Mondays and Tuesdays.
- Dance the night away with live music three nights a week.
- Hang out around a campfire on the shores of Hood Canal or alongside the creek, with firewood provided by the resort.
Union, Washington: Sea Kayaking and Oyster Fishing on Puget Sound
Forbes ranks the small town of Union among America’s prettiest, and it’s not hard to see why. The town occupies a postcard-worthy spot on the Olympic Peninsula, with Hood Canal and Puget Sound to the northeast. To the northwest, a long stretch of evergreen-covered hills leads to the Olympic Mountains and Olympic National Park. It’s a landscape most visitors will want to explore via hiking wooded trails or kayaking the Hood Canal, or fishing for crabs and oysters in Puget Sound.
The town itself has a quiet, homey vibe that reflects its humble roots as a logging village and artists’ colony. The streets are lined with galleries and mom-and-pop restaurants, and you can snag fresh produce from local farmers at one of the roadside markets.