The owner, Cindy, was very welcoming and a pleasure to talk to. She made us feel welcome from the moment we arrived. Her home was clean and our room was clean and comfortable. Got a restful nights sleep. Although not directly in the guest rooms, a refrigerator was available in the hall. There was also a small fully functional kitchen (stove/oven/microwave/refrigerator ) for guests to use if they want. Breakfast consisted of frittata, several different fruits, toast and scones. All very good and satisfying. I highly recommend this B&B.
The room we stayed in, the Windsor, had the best view! The pictures on the site don’t do it justice. The house is very Victorian and has older furniture throughout to complement that fact. The bed was super comfy and the breakfast was fantastic!
We were here in 2012 and wanted to introduce friends to Olympic National Park so we started here. Cindy's hospitality provided the perfect start to our trip. Our friends loved it as much as we did. We again chose the Harbor View room and it was just as great as our first visit. Our friends were delighted with their stay in the Canterbury room. We were only able to stay one night this time but we made the most of our short visit. Make sure to take Cindy's walking tour of the historic homes. Thank you Cindy for having our coffee out early and preparing us a very tasty breakfast. We appreciate your kind hospitality
Highly recommendable classic traditional B&B located in a quiet but convenient part of town. The large comfortable nicely decorated rooms sported attractive electric fireplaces which worked very well to create a visually appealing source of additional heat on January days. Power strips at each side of the bed solved the usual challenge of not finding enough receptacles for overnight device charging. Cindy is a gracious, helpful host serving great breakfasts, including the best orange juice in two weeks of traveling, in the lovely sunroom with a view. We enjoyed our first stay so much that on our return trip up the coast we were very pleased to get a room again. Cindy also recommended nearby restaurants where we enjoyed excellent dinners.
My wife and I stayed for 1 night on our way down the coast. This is an old Victorian home filled with period antiques and it sits on a hillside overlooking the town. Parking is on the street or, if it is not busy, in a small driveway on the side of the home. Cindy was very nice and showed us around the home when we arrived. It is basically divided into two sides with one for the guests. As others have mentioned there are quite a few stairs, up to the main entrance and then to the rooms on the second floor. Our room had DirecTV, large bathroom and a comfortable bed. In the hall outside the room was a small fridge for guest use and a cooler with filtered water. Downstairs near the breakfast area is a small room with snacks for the guests and another small fridge. The breakfast room has one wall with all windows overlooking the town so nice views. We had eggs, toast, a muffin & fruit (strawberries, melon, raspberries, bananas & cherries) for breakfast - it was good. The table setting was nice if you like that sort of thing. The place has wifi but I found it to be poor and used my phone as a hot spot. There was a small portable fan in the room which we used to help cool it off in the afternoon when we arrived. The place was nice and Cindy was very friendly.…