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Rachel knows how to run a B&B! She's so organized and seems to thoroughly enjoy her guests. She gets a wake up time for the following day so you can be woken with your choice of coffee, hot tea or hot chocolate. Brought to your...More
If you are looking for some pampering while traveling, this is the place to stay. Nothing is overlooked regarding your comfort. From the little touches to the grand breakfast, everthing is superb. Rachel and Bennett, the owners, personally see to you every need. By far,...More
Lovely guest house nestled in a forest just off the main highway with lovely views over the misty valley. Views are best enjoyed from the great hot tub where you'll get to see pretty birds and squirrels. Very hospitable and truly amazing breakfasts, from the...More
Great location to go to Hoh, the beaches, Cape Flarety, Sol Duc, etc. Marsha and her daughter Erica took very good care of us. Huge breakfasts, cake and cookies 24/7, coffee and tea brought to your door in the morning, nice hot tub, and tranquil...More
The hostess was wonderful and full of information about the surrounding area. Also she is a gourmet cook who gave us six wonderful choices for breakfast. She gave us a wake knock on our door and delivered our choice of hot drink plus a flower...More
I used the word 'homely' as the English language dictionary meaning 'as in one's home'. Regardless, I believe this B&B may be a little quiet and out of town for a group of youngsters, better to find somewhere in town.