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Best Babymoon Destinations Around Puget Sound

Because why not?

Published on: July 30, 2019

Best Babymoon Destinations Around Puget Sound

Sleeping Lady Resort
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Sleeping Lady Resort. Photo credit: Sleeping Lady Resort

And for after baby arrives...

If bed rest or an early delivery means no prenatal babymoon, or if leaving an older child behind just doesn’t feel right, book a quiet weekend as a family. 

Children younger than 4 stay and eat for free while kids 5–12 can be added to your reservation for just $27 per night at Sleeping Lady Resort in Leavenworth. The resort’s “play barn” has a grown-up billiards table as well as kid-friendly table tennis, board games and puzzles; a family hospitality room features a stage where kids can work out their wiggles; not to mention swimming pools, hiking trails (for every ability), tubing and snowshoe rentals that keep families active. 

If your baby is still tiny and you want a quieter stay, bundle up for sleigh rides (substituted with hay rides in summer), tour the 2-acre organic garden that supplies the on-site restaurant, or simply relax in the resort library or hotel spa.

Oh, and a tip for after you’ve munched on the resort’s locally sourced cuisine: Stop at Leavenworth’s Taffy Shop to reward everyone for being so sweet.

Editor's note: This article, first published in 2017, has been updated for 2019.

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