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Northwest Language Cultural Center Guesthouse

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Seattle, WA
Reviewed 6 May 2014

I stayed at the NWLA guesthouse for one night in May, 2014, during a language immersion weekend. Overall: In general, I'm a little hesitant to stay in a B&B-style lodging, but I was happy here. The shared areas are cozy and would be nice for chats or sharing some wine. The guesthouse is attached to the NWLA center, so you...

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Clinton, Washington
Reviewed 10 November 2012

The rooms at this place are really cute. We stayed in the Richmond Suite which was lovely, with a private deck and jacuzzi bath. The ground are amazing and you can walk into Langley! A sweet girl named Ami from Japan fixed eggs to order for us. The Manor has been bought by a non-profit Cultural organization, and she was...

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Jacksonville
Reviewed 13 August 2012

This BB was so easy to find off the road heading to Langley. Beware of the ferry wait time,but no worries to check in because the owners leave instructions on how to self check in. The morning breakfast was prepared by Tamara and she is great making you feel like you are right at home. She keeps all of the...

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Boston
Reviewed 6 October 2011

This was a larger B&B with fireplaces in all rooms and comfortable furnishings. This year it has been changed to the North West Language Center and both signs are up, but visible only driving into Langley from the south. With a two night stay, the rooms were set up, but not freshen or towel changed. As the NWLC, the breakfast...

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Arizona
Reviewed 10 July 2009

We returned here four times this past year with visits of 4 to 7 nights each time. We found Ashingdon Manor to be a very cozy and comfortable accommodation in a lovely country setting by a pond. We had a different breakfast each morning which were both delicious and hearty. We would recommend it without reservation.

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Galveston, Texas
Reviewed 2 May 2009

Being a B&B owner myself, I'm highly critical of lodging establishments, and a bed and breakfast is no exception. Ashington Manor really impressed me, from the moment I drove in. The grounds are absolutely amazing and I immediately felt at peace. The friendly innkeeper met me and showed me around the property, even taking time to show me the open...

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San Fransisco
Reviewed 10 January 2009

I came to Langley Island for a much-needed solo retreat. Bay and Daniel treated me so kindly! They catered to my every need, including breakfast in bed every morning! They have a wonderful family and a very sweet dog. When I had a stomach ache, Bay made me ginger/lemon tea with real ginger in it. They are both excellent cooks...

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billianne@charter.net
Reviewed 7 October 2008

Ashingdon Manor was a wonderful addition to our trip to the Pacific Northwest. It is located in a bucolic, country setting which is walking distance to downtown Langley. Daniel and Bay Ginder are excellent hosts who went way over and above what was expected of them to make our stay as comfortable as possible. Bay's breakfasts are delicious and the...

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Revelstoke, BC
Reviewed 5 September 2008

While searching online for a bed and breakfast on Whidbey Island as part of our honeymoon, we came across Ashingdon Manor. The photos seemed to present a very well kept and relaxing retreat. After checking a couple of reviews, we decided this was the place for us. Even from the first telephone conversation I had with Innkeeper Bay Ginder, to...

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Colorado Springs
Reviewed 18 August 2008

My wife and I stayed at Ashingdon for an extra long weekend and we both think the place was great. The room was clean and quiet and the hosts were both wonderful. The food was so good I'm sorry we only stayed in long enough one morning to eat the breakfast. That was a really fun morning at a large...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking
  • Bar/Lounge
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Come experience the romantic and relaxing style of rural English living, while enjoying the comforts and amenities of contemporary hospitality.The NWLA Guesthouse offers 6 different rooms, each featuring a luxurious canopy bed and large seating area with comfortable chairs before the gracious fireplace. The Guesthouse is located on 3 acres of landscape gardens and fields, surrounded by tall fir trees and featuring a pond, stream, and waterfall. During the summer you are sure to hear frogsong! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Northwest Language Cultural Center Guesthouse

Address: 5023 Langley Rd, PO Box 869, Langley, Whidbey Island, WA 98260-9609 (Formerly Ashingdon Manor Inn and Cottage)
Region: United States > Washington > Whidbey Island > Langley
Price Range: $145 - $238 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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Northwest Language Cultural Center Guesthouse Langley, Whidbey Island, WA
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See which rooms travellers prefer

“NWLA's website shows the amenities of each room. Suites have Jacuzzis!”
 of 5 bubbles TravelingPenguin, 6 May 2014 | Read review
“All the rooms have fireplaces. Richmond and Hampton have Jacuzzis.”
 of 5 bubbles QuieroMundoMaya, 10 Nov 2012 | Read review
“The Tennyson room in the back is the smallest, but quietest, away from the road into Langley. The gas fireplaces were nice to take the chill off the rooms.”
 of 5 bubbles tremm298, 6 Oct 2011 | Read review
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