Welcome to Boreas Inn, an exceptional Long Beach Bed and Breakfast on this beautiful Peninsula on the Coast of Washington State.
Stay at Boreas Inn on the Long Beach Peninsula and experience luxurious accommodations, fine dining and the most romantic beach getaway on the coast! For seven years in a row, Boreas Inn is Seattle KING5 TV’s “Top Five” Best BnB.
Boreas’ Off-Season Rates now save you $20 per night. There is a two-night weekend minimum until 24 hours in advance.
Boreas is the consummate Washington BnB experience with full concierge service, lovely ocean, dunes and garden views. All rooms feature private baths and luxurious beds for a dreamy nights’ sleep. The cedar and glass gazebo in the garden facing the beach contains a very private hot tub for two with a single key that guarantees private time.
Enjoy large common rooms with scenic views and fireplaces that invite you to relax. Each guest room has an electric fireplace. Take a nap in the ocean-side gardens in the hammocks and chaise lounges, walk the trail to the beach and borrow the bikes to ride the 19 mile round trip Discovery Trail. Explore lighthouses and watch for whales.
Your innkeepers live next door on the property so guests have the Inn to themselves–assuring privacy!
Boreas is not appropriate for small children and pets, but the Yett Beach House Vacation Rental next door (also featured on this website) is managed by Boreas and is a perfect ocean-view child and pet-friendly historic cottage. The Yett House does not share amenities with Boreas Inn such as breakfast and the hot tub.
For an experience you will never forget, visit Boreas Inn, a lavish Long Beach Bed and Breakfast located 3 hours south of Seattle, Washington, 2 hours west of Portland, Oregon, close to Astoria, Oregon, just a few miles from where the Columbia River meets the mighty Pacific Ocean. Free Wi-Fi and parking!
** No gift cards or gift certificates can be used with the special “Walk-in” rate or any other specials. Walk-in Rate is for 24 in advance booking only!
“Best B&B breakfast I’ve ever eaten, friendliest innkeepers I’ve ever met. Most relaxed surroundings I’ve ever slept in. And all on a beautiful wild beach.” Allen Cox, Editor of Northwest Travel Magazine.
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