Huckleberry House is a historic home in the heart of Roslyn. Our room was the lovely Cicely Suite, with a very comfortable king bed and ensuite bath, and views of the town and hills. Our bedroom was on the second level, and adjacent to a comfy lounging space (the "library"), with lots of reading materials, local guidebooks, and Northern Exposure video tapes. There is a large hot-tub outside on the deck if you feel like a soak before bedtime. Our experience was relaxing and tranquil after having travelled from San Francisco via Seattle. Hosts Don and Sybil made us feel very welcome, and cooked up a very generous to-order full breakfast, including killer huckleberry/blueberry pancakes, which we enjoyed sharing with the family on Saturday morning. The downstairs kitchen is also open for guest use during other times of the day. Although we visited in the fall, I think this would be a great winter base location for cross-country skiers, as there are lots of nearby trails. Considering the quality of accomodation, the included breakfast for two, as well as the other amenities, we consider Huckleberry House to be a very good value, and can confidently recommend it to others based on our overall experience.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Home away from home B and B located in historic Roslyn WA. Walking distance to down town. Filming site of Northern Exposure. All rooms have private baths. Use all natural, organic and recycled products when ever possible. Outdoor hot tub. Great views of the area. Full house available for small groups. Lots of outdoor recreation available right outside your door. Innkeepers Don and Sibyl ... more less