Relax in Private Lodging in a Two-Bedroom Suite
Explore Seattle by day and return to our two-bedroom bed and breakfast suite where you are the only guest.
Your very own sitting room with tasteful furnishings in an impeccable, clean environment is where you can unwind after a busy day of sightseeing. If you are traveling with friends or family, it’s a great place for conversation, sharing your days’ adventures or planning for tomorrows’. Curl up in front of the wood-burning fireplace and read your favorite book while sipping on a hot beverage, or take in a movie on the flat-screen TV with DirecTV satellite service. An assortment of brochures and maps along with local travel guides are available, and we are happy to answer any questions you might have about exploring the area.
We provide complimentary wireless Internet for those that wish to keep in touch with loved ones while visiting the Pacific Northwest.
Both bedrooms are located on the 1st floor with comfortable queen beds. The bedrooms have large cedar-lined closets to stow your belongings away, along with luggage racks and screened windows that open easily for fresh air. Beds are dressed with hand-pressed linens and down comforters in the winter months, and lighter bedding in the warmer months. Wrap our tailored robes around you, snuggle beneath piles of pillows, and enjoy a “Seattle Chocolates” Truffle from your bedside table. What could be better?
The bathroom across the hall has a tile floor, granite counter, vessel sink, and a tub/shower combination. Thick thirsty towels and earth friendly shampoo and body bars along with a hairdryer are just a few of the amenities provided to make your stay enjoyable.
After a busy day of sightseeing, enjoy our garden patio under northwest stars while indulging on freshly baked cookies…and just relax.
We know that you will find our inn to be the perfect accommodations for business or pleasure, and your experience will surpass that of any hotel stay.
Our home, built in the 1950s, is constructed of thick paving bricks from nearby Des Moines Memorial Drive, once a well-traveled road before freeways were built. The gentleman that had the house built worked for the county and obtained these unusual bricks, which were installed in a very crooked manner. He also acquired thick slabs of marble from the old capitol building in Olympia, Washington. As the third owner of this property, we incorporated the marble as the floor of our secret garden as well as the floor of our greenhouse. Extra bricks that we found tucked away in the yard we used for walkways and borders along the flowerbeds, all of which makes our property unique.