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Experience the Peninsula's historic spirit in this beautiful 1913 Craftsman home. Nestled on a quiet street, it's just a short walk to the ocean beach or to the nearby attractions in downtown Ocean Park, Washington.
A stunning, natural setting. Monet would love the view.--An upscale French-Country B&B located on the finest birding pond and rural forest in the San Juan Islands. Close to hiking trails and lakes of Moran State Park and Mt. Constitution. An upscale and eco-friendly inn. Seasonal Specials.
Visit our English country waterfront B&B located among tall trees, where wildlife outnumbers the humans by a wide margin! Inside the inn or outside, you will find peace, elegance, great sleeping conditions and delicious breakfasts.
A tranquil retreat located in one of Seattle's most scenic neighborhoods. This Craftsman lodge, build in 1910, has been home to five different families and is now open for guests to enjoy and call "home" during their visit to Seattle. Minutes from Lincoln Park, the Vashon Island ferry and Alki Beach, our West Seattle location also offers convenient access downtown Seattle and the historic Seattle Waterfront.
Relax in our 1920 Craftsman style Bed and Breakfast. Wonderful for business or leisure travel. We are located across the street from Green Lake Park, in one of Seattle's most popular neighborhoods.
Delightful hillside orchard location, minutes from downtown Yakima, and Washington Wine Country. Enjoy the casual European atmosphere of this musical home. Spacious rooms, custom-made queen beds, private baths, gourmet breakfasts. Open all year. Slow Food Members. 'Wir sprechen Deutsch'.
Whimsy, romance & charm greet you both inside & out our B&B. Enjoy one of three bedrooms with a private bath. All common rooms enjoy a view of Willapa Bay. A complimentary glass of wine is served each afternoon at 4:00. Enjoy a BIG breakfast including fresh oysters, crab or smoked salmon.
The Maxwell House is a friendly, traditional Bed and breakfast. Penny, the InnKeeper lives on premises and is there to serve you. Wonderful location for walking or biking to town or close by wineries and restaurants. Cozy beds, cable t.v., electric fireplace, wifi, breakfast served at YOUR time.
PEACE. PRIVACY.PAMPERING. Luxurious log cottages for two on Whidbey island. Enchanting originals in private settings on 25 acres of forest. Each of the cottages is unique, but all have the niceties of a small home including Jacuzzis, Fireplaces, TVs, DVDs, kitchens and country antiques.
Quiet stone and cedar inn, magnificent Sol Duc river valley view, wake up beverage tray at your door, three course breakfast, choice from six main dishes, evening desserts, gardens, hot spa, a/ c, wireless internet and warm northwest hospitality.
The Roaring River Bed & Breakfast is situated on the Middlefork of the Snoqualmie River outside of North Bend Washington. It has a spectacular view of the river, mountains, forests, and occasional wildlife.
A small slice of paradise awaits you at Selah Inn on Hood Canal. Only 60 miles from Seattle, this elegant country inn and the adjacent guest houses offer the ultimate of luxurious comfort and relaxation in the breathtaking setting of pristine Hood Canal.
Our warm, elegant and comfortable 10-room inn and full-service day spa is in the heart of La Conner, WA. Some suites include huge Jacuzzi's, fireplaces and two beds. Our common areas and lovely garden are warm and inviting. All rooms feature private bath, flatscreen TV, DVD player, wifi.
Rest, relax, and refresh at A Harbor View Inn. Every guest room has a water view of Grays Harbor, the Chehalis river, or the Wishkah river. Best location on the harbor. Featured in The Daily World and Olympian as 4 star and historic place to stay. WiFi, private baths, TV, king beds,walking tour.
The Anchorage Inn Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Inn, located on beautiful Whidbey Island, in Puget Sound, Washington. The Anchorage Inn is located in the historic town of Coupeville, overlooking picturesque Penn Cove. Coupeville was home to many of the Northwest's sea captains during the late 19th century.