The Guest House Bed & Breakfast is celebrating Mother’s Day all during the month of May with a complimentary 30 minute massage for each registered guest. After a comfy nights rest your day begins with our gourmet breakfast, enjoy a … Continue reading
The Guest House Bed & Breakfast greenhouse in helping geraniums get a jumpstart to the growing season. In the coming weeks they will be added to garden deck pots and hanging baskets. It’s a fun time in the greenhouse … Continue reading
Strawberry blooms are just starting to pop and come June the berries will be ready to serve at breakfast freshly picked each morning.
With spring in the air it was time to setup the garden fountain made from 350 recycled plastic milk bottles. It’s actually intended to be a flower pot by Kuldesigns but with a little ingennutity a fountain pump with a … Continue reading
Another opportunity to become a Seattle Tourist took me to Theo Chocolate for their Factory Tour. Located just north of the city in the funky neighborhood of Fremont, Theo Chocolate is not only Organic but also a Fair Trade and … Continue reading
Weather has been all the talk this past winter with an unusual amount of snow storms in the East and the Pacific Northwest has little or no snow but the Skagit Valley farmers are loving it. Each spring in the … Continue reading
Well no snow for skiing but what a great view of Mount Rainier from Crystal Mountain in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State. This is just one of many reasons we live here in the Pacific Northwest.
Well here it is early March and after spending the day in the garden I would have guessed it was May. The weather has been gorgeous for days, today 59 degrees and Friday’s forecast is 67 degrees. That’s unheard of for … Continue reading
As a member of the Seattle Bed and Breakfast Association, The Guest House Bed & Breakfast recently participated in Project Neighborhood Outreach where we delivered boxes of freshly baked cookies to business in our neighborhood. It was a great … Continue reading
Baking with yeast has never been very successful in my kitchen but I recently came across this recipe in our Seattle Times newspaper and they made it sound so easy, I decided to give them a try. So this morning our … Continue reading