Loved this B&B. We stayed for four nights and arrived quite late our first night. Julie was still up and showed us around. Our first morning my husband grabbed a cup of coffee and we headed outside early (we are from the midwest so early risers in Seattle) and walked around part of the lake. On our way back we grabbed another cup from Chocolati. Julie had an amazing breakfast for us. We then headed to our daughters for a fun day. Our second day we enjoyed another wonderful and very different breakfast. Later that day, after a long day, our daughter and her husband joined us up in our room and we crashed and watched a movie from the inn's amazing collection. Had a fire going as well. On our last morning we had a box breakfast packed for us as we had to leave by 5:00 AM. Our only potential problem was working the radio alarm. It worked, but we weren't sure if it was going to or not. We highly recommend this spot. Lots of fun spots in walking distance and we also enjoyed chatting with Blain and various guests.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Stay in our 1920 Craftsman style Bed and Breakfast. Located across the street from Green Lake Park, in one of Seattle's most beloved neighborhoods. Enjoy a morning jog around the lake before breakfast, or simply enjoy the beautiful lake view. Walk to many nearby shops and restaurants. Downtown Seattle and the famous Pike Place Market are just a 10 minutes away. You may choose from 5 well appointed rooms, many with lake views, gas fireplace, or jetted tubs. Complimentary wine hour Monday-Friday and daily fresh baked cookies. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Greenlake Guest House Hotel Seattle