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I can’t seem to get enough, so I decided to go back this August, 2018. This last visit in April was actually my 2nd stay at the Boreas. Bill and Susie are wonderful hosts; now great friends. After my first vacation stay I knew I...More
We stayed here last week for two nights. The location is very convenient for walking to the beach or driving to the various towns on the peninsula. Hosts are very friendly and provide great ideas for restaurants and other activities. Each breakfast was delicious and...More
Response from Susieatthebeach, Owner at Boreas Bed and Breakfast InnResponded 26 August 2017
Thank you for taking the time to write a sweet review, Barbara! We are so glad to hear that you had a good stay at Boreas and hope that you can come back sometime soon. Although summers are great on the Long Beach Peninsula, the...More
We attended a wedding last July in this area. I researched places to stay for the weekend well in advance, since this is a popular vacation spot for the summer season. I read many reviews on all of the various places. This one got rave...More
We came to recharge from the city life and left refreshed. Susie and Bill were welcoming and gracious. One evening a chance encounter lead to a delightful time chatting with Susie and Bill. Looking back that evening felt we were catching up with longtime friends....More
Our hosts, Susie and Bill were so warm and friendly, we enjoyed meeting them and getting the tour, hot tub tips, and suggestions for good restaurants nearby! Our room was clean, ready for us, and just delightful with Victorian accents and antique furniture. The breakfasts...More
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."