Holly is a cove on Hood Canal at the end of the Seabeck Holly Road, just past Bremerton, Washington. It is known for it's remoteness and breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains. The natural cove, once a bustling lumber outpost, is now just beach homes and local access.
Hood Canal is a fjord forming the western lobe, and one of the four main basins, of Puget Sound in the state of Washington. Hood Canal is not a canal in the sense of being a man-made waterway—it is a natural waterway. The nearest town to Holly is Seabeck, 12 miles away, where there is a cafe, a store, an espresso stand and a pizza joint.
DISTANCE FROM SEATTLE
1 hour and 45 minutes either by car via Tacoma, or via Bremerton ferry.