This evening we had an opportunity to play tourist and enjoyed an educational tour of Seattle’s waterfront and nearby Duwamish Waterway. You too can learn about Seattle’s Waterfront aboard Argosy Cruises.
Another new recipe that’s a keeper! Moist tender scones with both lemon and blueberries freshly picked from the garden were a big hit at this mornings breakfast. Guests say yummy… Come stay with us and you can also enjoy.
Wishing everyone a wonderful 4th of July
Bumper crop of tomatoes from the garden makes for great garnishes and homemade tomato jam for our Italian Eggs Benedict
We’re please to announce that The Guest House Bed & Breakfast has been recognized with the 2017 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor based on the consistently great reviews our guests have written. We love opening our home to travelers from … Continue reading
The Smith Tower located in Pioneer Square opened in 1914 which at that time it was the tallest building in Seattle, After a recent renovation it has reopened with lots for all to explore
Springtime in Seattle is so beautiful. Everything is fresh and green, fern fronds are uncurling right before your eye, strawberries are popping with bright white blossoms which will turn to red juicy berries come June and my very favorite flower … Continue reading
Located just 60 miles north of Seattle the town of Mount Vernon celebrates the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival where you can see millions of tulips bursting with color during the month of April each year. Breathtaking row upon row of daffodils … Continue reading
A trip is not complete without taking a walk through The Pike Place Market, but another must do is taking a spin on The Seattle Great Wheel located just below The Market on the Seattle waterfront. This giant ferris wheel … Continue reading
We always enjoy spending time in our garden, spring, summer and fall and find our guests enjoy it too, but come January a little snow makes for a Wintery Wonderland. Seattle has many hills so getting around in the snow … Continue reading