Cabins and Rooms
Nestled between the majestic Olympic mountain range and the calm waters of the Hood Canal, Mikes Beach Resort is a quintessentially Pacific Northwest nature escape. This home away from home offers old world charm in the most serene of backdrops that'll have you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated in no time.
Evergreen trees as far as the eye can see, and the canal a glistening brilliant hue – now is the time to breakaway to a magical destination near you!
BREATHTAKING VIEWS INCLUDED IN EVERY RENTAL
We also offer open air firepits, picnic tables and BBQ's on the waterfront for all to enjoy. Our private U-Pick shellfish beach open at low tide features the freshest oysters and clams our region has to offer. Enjoy a true PNW food experience harvesting and cooking your very own shellfish right at the source.
Come and disconnect from the stresses of modern day life today!
Feel at one with nature as you sleep under the stars at
Iliana's Glamping Village at Mikes Beach Resort.
Nestled amongst the forest, our glamping tents afford all of the comforts of home while providing a one of a kind alternative to traditional hotel stays. Elevated and lined to protect you from the elements, our tents include electricity, comfortable beds, dining areas, coffee makers, toasters, outdoor BBQs, lawn chairs, fire pits as well as access to warm showers and flushable toilets too.
Inspiring and guiding those who are seeking a different kind of trip, Iliana's Glamping Village encourages immersion with the natural world, a broadening of horizons and a deeper engagement with one’s surroundings.
It is our honor to provide a space where relationships between ourselves, each other as well as nature can be fostered and strengthened all the while staying dry, warm and cozy.
Come see us and make memories sure to last a lifetime.
NATURE INCLUDED IN EVERY RENTAL
Our glamping village is a place for friends and family to relax and reconnect.
Hood canal's clear deep waters provide world-class oysters, clams, crab, shrimp, and salmon fishing, miles of pristine shoreline for boaters, kayakers, whale watchers, beachcombers and lovers of nature.
The canal is a mecca for outdoor recreation including hiking, backpacking and scuba diving, with a perfect location for exploring the Olympic National Park and the Olympic National Forest.
There are restaurants, coffee (and ice cream) shops within 15 mins drive.