The George Johnson House, offers unique Northwest lodging experience near Long Beach.

Tyee means "Chief" in the Chinook Indian language. A mission-style, king-sized bed, arched window, original woodwork, and comfortable reading chairs make this room our premier suite.

Vintage Native American rugs, hand-tinted photographs, and Indian Chief prints decorate the warm spaces.
  An adjoining modern bath has a whimsical display of antique toys and art prints.

The owner's roots on the Peninsula are most evident in the Herrold Room. Select vintage family photographs look over a pair of brass, double beds.

  The large room easily accommodates a comfortable grouping of wingback chairs. Also featured are vintage images of Crater Lake.
A new bathroom, private to the room, is located across the hall.

A queen-size, brass bed complements the bright, airy, and cozy feel of this main-floor bedroom.

  The adjacent private bath with a shower.
In the hallway hangs a Native Button Blanket, made by Catherine Herrold Troeh, member of the Chinook tribe.

The library is located at the top of the stairs and holds an eclectic assortment of books. The west-facing windows fill the room with light and warmth.

The living and dining rooms are a warm blend of period furnishings with native artifacts, which celebrates the owner's regional heritage. Relax in front of the old-fashioned fireplace, play cards, games, or just overlook the tranquil gardens. Local, vintage art and native basketry surround you.

A distinctive fence and wraparound porch are enhanced by beautiful perennial gardens. As part of the Ocean Park walking tour, this home has always intrigued visitors.

A wide variety of birds stop by for a bite to eat on their daily rounds.

A computer station is available for guest use. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the home if you choose to bring your own laptop.

tel (206) 979-0785
26301 "N" Place • Box 1549 • Ocean Park, WA • 98640
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