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26069 Big Valley Rd NE, Poulsbo, WA 98370-9145
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JanOntheGo_11 wrote a review Mar 2020
Blaine, Washington31 contributions15 helpful votes
There is evidence everywhere that this Inn was once a bustling, joy-filled place, but in 2019 the Inn showed nothing but years of neglect. I was the only overnight guest and when I arrived, an envelope with instructions on an outside table because the owner lives off site. While there were clean sheets on the bed in the 'Drawing Room,' the dust ruffle was filled with dust as was everything else in the room. The bathroom had seen many leaks in the past and was moldy--so, too, the window sills. I have asthma and am allergic to both dust and mold so I didn't sleep well and awoke more fatigued than when I went to bed. As a result, I had to cancel the activities I had planned for the day, cut my vacation short, and drive home. Breakfast, cooked by the owner, was filling but nothing special. For all of this misery, I paid nearly $140!!! Go elsewhere!
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Date of stay: April 2019
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rbarnangel wrote a review Aug 2016
Sherwood, Oregon25 contributions23 helpful votes
We stayed here 27 years ago and were eager to return, though with some trepidation....could it possibly be as wonderful as it was so many years ago? There was no sign of life when we arrived, not even a car in the parking area. The general appearrance of the once lovely inner courtyard and wraparound front porch was run down, dry leaves everywhere, dried up, unmowed lawn and dying plants in the beds. The office door was locked and when I knocked the owner/Innkeeper appeared. She opened the door, let her dog out to jump all over me and stepped out herself rather than inviting me in. There was no warm welcome, not even a smile, just very matter-of-fact instructions. She showed me to our room and promptly left the property. The room was lovely, as we remembered, but the bathroom was not. The counter was dirty and ugly water stains surrounded the fixtures, which I wiped clean with a tissue. Our deck was dirty and had no chairs. (The others did.) Having given this negative commentary, I will say the Manor Farm Inn is a wonderful property out in the country, quiet and peaceful, and the farmhouse itself is a piece of art. It is still a special place despite its rundown appearance, which made us very sad, and its lack of warm, friendly hospitality. Our feeling is, the current owner is tired and doesn't really want to be there, doesn't love it; it's time for her to move on and let someone else bring the Inn back to its former beauty.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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artistafiesta wrote a review Aug 2014
Phoenix, Arizona4 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a very nice inn. The grounds are lovely with a pond, and farm animals. The Carriage Room was huge and clean. Janet went out of her way to make our stay comfortable, she even cooked us a made to order vegan breakfast :-)
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Date of stay: August 2014
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Jeanette60 wrote a review Sep 2013
Marysville, Washington5 contributions16 helpful votes
It was our 5th Wedding Anniversary, and my husband and I wanted to get away for a nice couples weekend, so we chose the Manor Farm Inn bed and breakfast. We got to our destination, and the front gate was locked, so we thought we would go into the "out" gate, which was open. We drove in and saw a car, so we parked and my husband went up to the house to let them know we had arrived. There was noone there, so we drove to the back of the house where we saw another car. We both get out and go into where it said "office". We went in and said "hello", "hello", still noone answered. So, I decide to use my cell phone to call them. I heard the phone ring and the anwering machine came on so I left a message. We decided to walk around the walkways where all the rooms are, and there is debris and dog poop on the walkways which wasnt at all attractive. We then went out into the barn area to look around, and saw the barn animals, but no humans. We thought this was very creepy and we felt unwelcome, so we decided to just leave and find someplace else to stay for the weekend. We were a little dissapointed, but we found a nice hotel to stay in and they welcomed us with open arms. If your gonna run a business, this is not the way to run it, in my opinion.
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Date of stay: September 2013
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Room Tip: Dont stay here if your looking for a romantic getaway.
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Sergeant P wrote a review Sep 2013
Chestertown, Maryland1 contribution2 helpful votes
We stayed at the Manor Farm in Poulsbo on 9/17/13 for just one night. City visitors should be aware that the farm is just that, a former working farm which has been converted over the years into a quaint lodge. Although a week day night in the fall, we were still a bit surprised to find that we were the only guests and literally had the place to ourselves after the very genial owner went home for the night. Janet, the owner, is most gracious but clearly has her hands full managing the farm with its' extensive buildings and numerous animals. Our room (the carriage room) was clean and comfortable and one of maybe seven or eight accommodations. As there was no television or wifi it was clear that Janet intended to underscore that the farm is meant to be a retreat from more urban environments. Janet also hosts numerous weddings throughout the year and the facility is very well suited for entertainment with a beautiful courtyard lawn and large recently renovated airy former barn suitable for dancing and bad weather entertaining. The kitchen appears well equipped for a visiting caterer. Janet served us a terrific breakfast in one of the cleverly decorated main house rooms (the rabbit hutch) and showed us the larger dining room decorated with a rooster motif. Like our room everything was neat and organized and very pleasant. We would recommend this place for couples.
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Date of stay: September 2013
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Frequently Asked Questions about Manor Farm Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Manor Farm Inn?
Nearby attractions include Central Market (3.8 miles), Muriel Iverson Williams Waterfront Park (4.7 miles), and Poulsbo Marine Science Center (4.7 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Manor Farm Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sluys Poulsbo Bakery, Mora Iced Creamery, and Butcher & Baker Provisions.