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The owners are the best! I have stayed twice and the second time we had no electricity due to a storm. We stayed up most of the night chatting with other guests in the room that had a generator powering the kitchen and living room....More
Very nice comfortable B&B, Wonderful breakfasts, Bill & Susan made us feel like family. The inn was very clean and nicely decorated. We highly recommend staying here for anyone visiting the Olympic Peninsula. Also, it has been designated the Cullen House from the Twilight Series.
We came for one night with 3 grandkids and our daughter-in-law during our trip in the Olympic Peninsula. It happened to be an extremely hot day and not all rooms were air conditioned. One of our rooms had an AC unit but the second had...More
We felt slightly apprehensive about staying in a B&B as we had always booked motels when in America. We were so glad we did as our stay was perfect in every way. We stayed in the Elk room and every last detail had been thought...More
We stayed here one night on our way through town. We stayed in the Minnie room. This was a clean, nice , comfortable room. The shower is pretty small. Looks just like the web site. Beautiful location and big trees shade the front drive. We...More
Due to noise concerns for our other guests (some of whom may be taking a break from their young children), we allow children under the age of 7 years only in the Orchard Suite. It shares no common walls with any other guest... More
Due to noise concerns for our other guests (some of whom may be taking a break from their young children), we allow children under the age of 7 years only in the Orchard Suite. It shares no common walls with any other guest rooms.
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"For a romantic getaway pick the Elk View room; king bed, huge triangular tub in the room by a corner..."