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6503 Beaver Valley Rd, Chimacum, WA 98325-8795
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Solstice Farm is a 33 acre working farm with chickens, pigs, sheep, market garden and orchard. The farmhouse was built in 2007 specifically as a 2 bedroom B and B which is family friendly. We centrally located to Port Townsend , Port Ludlow, Port Hadlock and the Olympic Peninsula.
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welcoming and comfortable with interesting hosts who have been all over the world. working farm - great to look around and explore. good stopping off place on the way to Port Townsend or to drive around the Peninsula. Jim was so helpful - he looked up the National Park webcam to see if the fog was going to affect our trip to Hurricane Ridge. He is also a great breakfast chef! Thanks for a wonderful overnight.
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Extremely comfortable and warmly welcoming. I was just there for one night on a drive around the Peninsula visiting family and friends, but hope to return for a longer stay. Excellent coffee and a tasty breakfast, plus the opportunity to walk around the farm to meet the pigs and chickens.
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My husband and I were looking for places to stay during a short trip to Port Townsend. I had come up with 3 places to pick from and when my husband saw this bed and breakfast in the choices, he said for sure that's where he wanted to stay. We couldn't have been happier with our choice! Leading up to the visit I was growing more and more excited watching the numbers grow on their website of lambs which had been born. Upon arrival Linda and Jim greeted us and asked if we would like a cup of coffee. We sat in the atrium and chatted for awhile. We learned all about the farm and the beautiful house they built. Linda took us on a tour of the barn and we met many of the new lambs - some which were just a few hours old! Our room was upstairs which had a view of the pond, sheep pasture, and garden. They gave us many ideas of places to visit and eat at during our stay. At breakfast Jim made crepes from scratch - there was lemon, powdered sugar, and a fruit syrup to put on the crepes. There was plenty of coffee for us as well - something we both love to start our mornings with. Jim and Linda were hospitable and very passionate about the place. Cannot wait to stay again if we make it out that way in the future. If you're looking for a traditional hotel to stay at, this is not the place to stay. I am so glad we decided not to stay at the places in Port Townsend because Solstice was unique, cozy, and a different experience than any hotel we could've stayed at there. The farm is only 20 minutes outside of Port Townsend making it a close option for a place to stay.
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What a wonderful visit. Best I have slept in years, what a nice spot to remove ourselves from the city life for a few days. Wonderful farm prepared meals and the conversation was lively. We will definitely come back.....and recommend to our friends.
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We were doing a tour of the Olympic peninsula and San Juan Islands in September and decided on Solstice Farm as one of our places to stay. We like the idea of organic farming, farm to table foods and supporting local operations such as we thought this was. The website included a lot of information about the farm operation and that it offered a full breakfast "from the farm." One of the reasons you stay at a B&B is for the breakfast, so that was a selling point for us. What we learned when we arrived was that the owners had sold the farm operation and were only operating the B&B. So I assume they had no claim to all the organic vegetables in the fields and the eggs in the coop, since what we were served was Bisquick waffles (do not require that an egg be added) and cost-cutter syrup from a plastic bottle. The owner kept talking about the foods and eggs from the farm during breakfast, which we kept expecting to be served, but nothing ever was, except maybe a small side of ground up apples. We left thinking we paid too much for what was offered on the website. I emailed the owner later and the response was they had a busy season and had an "off" weekend the night we stayed. My thought is that if you are paying well over a $100 a night, you need to get what you paid for or get a refund-we got neither. In addition, the owners make you take your shoes off in the house, making you feel like you are a guest in "their" house, rather than a paying customer in a B&B. And, it was not that important but given all the other things, the soap in the bathroom in our room was a big used bar of Lifeboy... Overall, the experience led us to believe that the owners are on their way out and every dime saved is a dime in their pocket. Your $100+ is better spent elsewhere.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Solstice Farm B & B
Which popular attractions are close to Solstice Farm B & B?
Nearby attractions include Finnriver Farm & Cidery (1.6 miles), Chimacum Corner Farmstand (2.6 miles), and Finnriver Orchard & Cider Gardens (2.5 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Solstice Farm B & B?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Solstice Farm B & B?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Solstice Farm B & B?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Solstice Farm B & B?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Fireside Restaurant, Ajax Cafe, and Scampi and Halibuts.
Are there any historical sites close to Solstice Farm B & B?
Many travelers enjoy visiting The Starrett House Inn (9.7 miles).
Is Solstice Farm B & B accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.