updated 12/16/2009 8:43:35 AM ET 2009-12-16T13:43:35

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Travel by: December 30

The deal
Sure you’ll absolutely love the glistening snow blanketing Olympic National Park in Washington state this holiday season, but what will really tickle your fancy is the limited-time package from Kalaloch Lodge.

From now through December 30, this old-fashioned, wooden lodge is offering a “Tis the Season” package priced from just $218.

Included in this holiday deal is a two-night stay in either the studio log cabins, main lodge, or Seacrest rooms (rates are typically $140/night), as well as one dinner for two at 50 percent off. And, if you’re interested in extending your stay in this winter wonderland, you can do so at the low nightly rate of $50 for each additional day.

The dollars
Rates are based on double occupancy. Taxes and fees are additional.

The catch
You’ll be visiting Olympic National Park during storm season, although, Seattle Magazine ranks it as being one of the “10 Best Places to Storm Watch.”

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