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I have stayed at a lot of B&B's and this is one of the best around. The rooms all are very comfortable you can't go wrong with any of them. The Susie and Bill are the best hosts providing a wonderful breakfast with local flavor....More
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Response from Susieatthebeach, Owner at Boreas Bed and Breakfast InnResponded 11 August 2015
We are honored to be in this business and provide a respite to appreciative guests like you. If you are rested, well-fed and happy when you depart, we have done our job! Thank you for the great review and we hope you travel back to...More
Wonderful Bed and Breakfast experience in a beautiful home with relaxing grounds. Property and rooms as pictured on website. Private hot tub available. Bill and Susie were informative about the area and offered to make dinner reservations. Breakfast was exceptional! Room nicely decorated and beds/linens...More
Delivers all the ingredients listed on the can.
Great food, great company, great setting.
And accept their recommendation of dinner at The Depot.
The only spot in town that comes close to matching the cuisine at the Boreas.
Thanks again Susie and Bill!
Susie and Bill are enthusiastic hosts who love sharing their Long Beach home. The inn is a beautiful gem that reflects their commitment to create a memorable experience for each guest. Breakfast is a feast! XOXO
The original scrumptious breakfasts served by Bill and Susie and the excellent accommodations there cannot be a better place to enjoy the Washington coast. Bill and Susie gladly help with lunch and dinner reservations at the local restaurants.
Response from Susieatthebeach | Property representative |
Hello. Thanks for asking us a question. The Inn is not wheelchair accessible. It was built originally in the 1920's and our guests have to have some mobility to access the property. There are steps up from the street. We... More
Hello. Thanks for asking us a question. The Inn is not wheelchair accessible. It was built originally in the 1920's and our guests have to have some mobility to access the property. There are steps up from the street. We have had significantly alter-abled guests at Boreas, but it is not an easy venue for them unless they are semi-mobile. I hope that answers your question adequately. Our phone number is 360-642-8069 if you have more questions. Thanks again!
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"Downstairs would be best for those not able to climb the stairs."