An authentic B&B suite set on 10 private acres in a peaceful rural setting. We serve a delicious wholesome breakfast for travelers looking for an escape from the city while being centrally located to explore the greater Seattle region. We are 25 min from Seatac airport, 35 min to downtown Seattle and 45 min to Mt Rainier National Park. Public transport is at our gate. Perfect for one or two couples traveling together or a family. Our B&B has its own entry and is a private wing of our home.
Our bed and breakfast suite has two bedrooms and a private bathroom. Both bedrooms have french doors opening out onto a magnificent deck where a delicious home prepared seasonal breakfast is served during the summer months while enjoying views of Mt Rainier and the White River. During the cooler months, breakfast is served in the atrium.
Bedroom 1 has a queen bed, two chairs for relaxing, and its own vanity. Bedroom 2 has a double bed, desk, two chairs and a sleeping loft. The bathroom has a separate vanity area and a shower/tub combo. Access to the atrium, just a few steps from the B&B, is available all day and has a Keurig and mini oven available for guest use.
The queen and double beds have memory foam mattress toppers and European style duvets. Plush cotton bathrobes are included in the rooms. The sleeping loft is an added bonus for an older child or adventurous adult.
We are located on the Muckleshoot Reservation and are just 60 minutes from Crystal Mountain ski resort, and Mt Rainier National Park.
Guests are welcome to enjoy our deck, pet our farm animals (donkey, goats and hens) and explore the natural surroundings.
Общение с гостями
We welcome our guests, orient them to our property and amenities, and are happy to provide local knowledge as needed. Otherwise we give our guests privacy to enjoy their stay.
- No shoes in the house
I love spending time with my husband and grown children as well as serving the children and families in our local church community. Gardening, traveling, cooking, eating healthy food, entertaining (especially hosting tea parties) and taking care of our farm animals bring me joy. I love to hike and am thankful I've been able to do a reasonable amount of this in my native New Zealand and here in the Pacific North West. I like to do things for myself and others that bring peace to one's soul.
"Eat Well, Work Hard, Love Truly, Travel Often"