Wake to the smell of coffee and fresh-baked scones at an Astoria Warrenton B&B.
3652 Duane StreetAstoria OR 97103
Gracious hospitality & legendary breakfasts in this elegant but comfortable 1888 Victorian mansion. Each spacious room has a view of the Columbia River & is an ideal setting for romance & relaxation.
222 Robert Gray DriveIlwaco WA 98624
Nestled in a small cove between the Port of Ilwaco and Cape Disappointment State Park. It is the ultimate getaway, with not a neighbor in sight. Each of the four units features a spa tub, and a stunning view of Baker?s Bay.
China Beach Retreat?s main house was originally constructed in 1908 by a Finnish fisherman. Before that, it was at this location that Chinese laborers working in local canneries made their home. A more recent addition is the Audubon Cottage, a two-story luxury getaway featuring a king size bed, 42-inch flat screen HDTV, two-person air-jet, hydrotherapy massage tub and an outdoor two-person soaking tub. The view of the tidelands brings with it an ever-changing array of driftwood. Floor-to-ceiling plate glass windows in the common room of the main house frame the on-going real-life drama of dozens of shorebirds careening their way through the tide flats. Watch the comings and goings of the local fishing fleet, through rain or shine, as they transport their harvest across the bar and mouth of the Columbia River near Astoria, Oregon.
This bed and breakfast retreat in Long Beach, Washington is elegantly and comfortably furnished in antiques. The decor is an eclectic enhancement of the beautiful views to be had from each of the three guestrooms. A full gourmet breakfast is complimentary with a room and is served at the nearby Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub, in Seaview, Washington.
847 Exchange StreetAstoria OR 97103
Our comfortable, yet elegant, Astoria, Oregon inn offers Victorian charm in the oldest American city west of the Mississippi. This 1888 historic house is located in the National Historic District walking distance to dining, shopping, museums and the Columbia River. Our home is stylishly decorated in an eclectic mix, with European and Asian accents and flowers from Clementine's beautiful gardens. The common area is a popular place to relax and enjoy complimentary sweet treats and beverages in the evening. Breakfast is a multi-course event that includes the best of the Pacific Northwest.
364 Bond StreetAstoria OR 97103
Come be a guest at the Crosby House Bed and Breakfast, where you will discover the busy Astoria waterfront just a block away. You will experience the busy Columbia River shipping channel, where cargo ships pass day and night or just lay anchor, waiting to be loaded up river. Constructed by Magnus C. Crosby, the newest Bed and Breakfast in Astoria, OR, was built in 1880 between ''Uniontown'' and old ''Swill-town.'' The house was purchased by your hosts, Ken and Teresa Mittelbuscher, in 2002. They spent most of 2012-2014 remodeling in order to create a lovely bed & breakfast in Astoria, OR, for guests who appreciate the Waterfront area and history of the fishing industry. The inn features three bedrooms, all with private baths and views of Astoria's well-known landmarks. Take in views of downtown and the lower Columbia River from the covered deck.
636 14th StAstoria OR 97103
Experience the newly-restored Rosebriar Mansion! Sure to become the Oregon Coast's premier group lodging, retreat & event venue.
This historic space includes 7 bedrooms, each with its own full bathroom, as well as an open-concept living/dining area and private outdoor garden with gazebo. The entire space is rented to one group at a time, making it ideal for wedding parties, reunions, retreats and multi-generational families.
The Rosebriar Mansion has undergone many transformations since its origin in 1902. Originally constructed as a single-family home by a local banker, a chapel and six additional bedrooms were added to convert it into a convent for the local Catholic Church & School in 1949. Circa 1990 it was transformed again, into a bed & breakfast for 20 years, and served as a women's residential rehabilitation center for another decade from 2008-2018. The property then stood vacant for two years, which allowed a pervasive leak to damage a large section in the rear portion of the building.
In 2020, Djordje ''George'' Citovic and his wife, Trudy Van Dusen Citovic, purchased the property with new vision - a shared space for friends and family to connect and re-connect with one another. Having traveled with their own extended families on multiple occasions, they understood the needs of large groups and how to create just the right atmosphere by making the space feel both special and homey at the same time.
Djordje spent a full year lovingly restoring the home, and it shows! His journey is documented on our social media pages.
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