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Clamming This Weekend on the Long Beach Peninsula!

March 15th, 2011 by Susie Goldsmith

Come to Long Beach this weekend and get the best of both worlds–luxurious B&B, great food and razor clamming–which is getting right down to the real nitty gritty (to coin a phrase from the 70′s)!  Crawl out of your beautiful, warm, cushy Boreas bed in the morning an hour or so before low tide on Sunday, then freeze your fannies off in the early morning digs and be back at the Inn with your limit of 15 razor clams, warming up by the fire with our great coffee by 9:30 am breakfast time!  The first dig on Saturday is actually a late afternoon dig–so you can work up an appetite for dinner at one of our fine dinner houses! We will make all arrangements!

Long Beach, Washington will open for razor clam digging for FOUR days at noon March 19!  Dan Ayres, WDFW coastal shellfish manager, advises prospective diggers to pay particular attention to the shift in digging times during this month’s razor-clam opening.   “It gets a little tricky scheduling digs at this time of year, but the goal is to arrange openings during the best clam tides,” Ayres said. “The split schedule also provides an opportunity for back-to-back digs the evening of Saturday, March 19, and the morning of Sunday, March 20.”

Digging days and low tides for March are:

  • Saturday, March 19, 7:04 p.m. (-0.1 ft); Long Beach
  • Sunday, March 20, 7:36 a.m. (-0.5 ft); Long Beach
  • Monday, March 21, 8:23 a.m. (-0.9 ft); Long Beach

·         Tuesday March 22, 9:12 a.m. (-1.0 ft); Long Beach   So get your clam digging license, required if you are age 15 or older and come down and dig some razor clams.   Ayres reminds diggers that WDFW is tentatively planning another razor-clam opening April 7-9 until noon each day at Long Beach and Twin Harbors if marine toxin tests show the clams are safe to eat. Licenses expire on March 31,  so you need to make sure, for the April digs coming up, that you get a new license.

It was a beautiful, calm day of razor clamming at Beard's Hollow

Tsunami Tspecial at Boreas Inn–the Big Waves Haven’t Arrived!

March 11th, 2011 by Susie Goldsmith

We’re almost out of the woods on the Pacific Ocean having spent the entire night up and high on adrenaline.  No big waves seem to be coming and we have survived (we hope!) the aftermath of the most devastating earthquake Japan can remember.   Our Tsunami Tspecial is a once in a lifetime (hopefully) event–$125 per night for all the goodies and we will supply the complementary Tsunami Tsauce (Mimosa’s)–or you can have your champagne straight up!  Come celebrate the ocean, from a distance, and please say prayers for our Japanese friends who have endured and are continuing to endure the worst disaster in recent history.  Take advantage of your exhausted innkeepers–come cheer us up!

Perfectly Plated Breakfasts and Dreamy Beds This Weekend!

March 10th, 2011 by Susie Goldsmith

We want to cook you the perfect breakfast!

We promise you a beautiful, lazy weekend at Boreas if you decide to visit us.  We have room for you and would love to cook up a storm in the morning if it’s not stormy enough outside–and even if it is.  Don’ t listen to the weather guys–they are usually wrong, unless they tell you it’s going to be wonderful–because sunshine, rain, wind…it’s always wonderful here. The fireplaces beckon and we’re offering our Walk-in Special at our romantic getaway by the sea. $150 a night including our “perfectly plated” 3 course or more breakfast (plus tax of course).   We don’t want to be lonely–so come to Long Beach and we will fix you up with two fabulous dinners out at our fine dinner houses and promise you the most relaxing weekend with fireplaces blazing and our new hot tub beckoning.  We hope to see you soon!

A Stormy Night at Boreas Inn

March 9th, 2011 by Susie Goldsmith

It’s blowing sideways tonight.  We awoke to the same intensity of wind and are going to bed to a different storm.  In between, we had sunshine and rainbows.  Pre-spring weather is ever-changing.  Who would have thought we would have a glorious weekend with lots of sun?

Weather forecasters can really affect tourism on the Long Beach Peninsula when they forecast bad weather on the beach when we are actually experiencing sunny days instead!  If you like storms, however, tonight is the night!  The inn is empty, except for Bill, who is painting the living room.

We have plenty of availability this weekend, so come sleep in our dreamy beds, dine on our perfectly plated breakfast feasts, dream in the new hot tub, and plan on some great weather, perhaps between the storms.  So romantic…. Perhaps we will have mountains of foam after this storm too!

Can you tell the sea foam from the cumulus cloud after a great storm?

Winter Sunset at Boreas Inn, Long Beach, Washington!

January 19th, 2011 by Susie Goldsmith

Glorious Sunsets on Long Beach

We have the gift of unmatched sunsets at the Inn

Where else can you behold such open space on a beach anywhere in the country with  a glorious winter sunset as the highlight of your day?  Tonight the full moon will glisten off the water…with clear skies and a winter nip in the air… Come to a place where you will find beautiful surroundings, a beach that goes on forever, culminating in headlands with lighthouses, walking trails and bicycle paths along the ocean and through the wooded parklands. There is always something to entertain you whether visually, physically or spiritually–or all three at once.  When you tire of that, you can sleep like a baby in the most comfortable beds with down over you and under you, dine on a breakfast that will last all day long, and perhaps just do nothing…until dinner of course, when you again DINE at the finest restaurants on Oregon/Washington coast.  You work so that you can play!  So play in Long Beach, Washington….a seriously perfect place to escape from the rest of the world.  Boreas Inn is here for you!  Come enjoy the sunsets.  (Or when those aren’t available, enjoy the sound of the rain and the cozy fireplaces!)

Ready-Made Christmas–Rent Boreas Inn (all five guest rooms or only one!) for $595 per night!

November 28th, 2010 by Susie Goldsmith

Boreas Inn can be ALL YOURS, decorated with love for the 2010 Holiday. Rent one room or all five for $595 plus tax per night for a three-night minimum.  This is a $320 per night savings!! Boreas Inn’s ready-made holiday removes the stress and will let you relax and enjoy the Holiday–invite the people you want to be with and let Susie and Bill do the rest of the arranging.  Just bring your gifts for under the tree! This price includes our signature breakfasts and champagne on Christmas morning! Starting December 21 and ending December 27, you can rent Boreas for a grand and luxurious escape for you, your family and friends.  You pick the three nights you’d like to stay, and we will supply an inn full of warmth and wonder and of course, breakfasts to die for! Susie and Bill will arrange your Christmas dinner at one of our fine restaurants open for Christmas (and Christmas Eve of course)!

We ask for a maximum of 10 people and no children under 10.  Wander the beautiful beaches, sleep in fine linens under down and on top of  our feather beds.  Maybe you will be held captive by a big Pacific storm by one of the fireplaces or maybe the weather will be warm and sunny! Wander the Discover Trail and look for whales from the North Head Lighthouse or the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, dine out in our fabulous restaurants, take naps and soak in our brand new hot tub!  Before somebody else grabs the chance, make your reservation now! If you book online, just request all of the Inn’s guest rooms, put in the three nights you would like to request and mention the Ready-Made Christmas Special and we will adjust the cost! Or feel free to call us at 888-842-8069. www.boreasinn.com  This offer is not valid with gift certificates and there is a 30-day cancellation policy.  We will hold the first night (plus tax) as deposit. Make your request soon!!!

Have Boreas Inn to Yourselves on Christmas!

"Here's Where to Watch for Whales" a video by Blaine Walker, 42nd Street Cafe

March 11th, 2010 by Susie Goldsmith

Blaine took this video last week and it’s so beautiful!  It is whale-watching season and we’ve had some great days to look for the migrating gray whales, heading north to Alaska!   When you come stay at Boreas Inn, we will set you up to eat dinner at Blaine and Cheri Walker’s 42nd Street Cafe.  Unique dining, and the coziest, most romantic  Bed and Breakfast in Washington State are yours for the asking!  Come visit soon–the whales will be running up the coast for the next couple of months and the weather in the Columbia Pacific region is alternating between being warm and glorious and… not!

The Perfect Beach Getaway

February 4th, 2010 by Susie Goldsmith

This is the time of year to escape to the beach for the peace, quiet and the open space that is the Long Beach Washington Peninsula. Experience our unseasonably warm Long Beach, Washington weather, unique dining and the classiest Washington State Bed and Breakfast you can find!

Boreas Inn was awarded 2009′s as “Top Five Best B&B’s” by KING 5 TV’s “Northwest Best Great Escapes” and 2010′s “Most Romantic Getaway” and “Coziest B&B” in the Reader’s Survey for the “Best of the Discovery Coast”. This is your chance to dissolve into the glorious beds, feast on the sumptuous award-winning breakfast cuisine, enjoy the full concierge service and the total package that is Boreas Inn.  Here is an update on Valentine’s/President’s Day availability–we have only one night open for Valentine’s/President’s Day weekend, Friday the 12th, two rooms.See the Early Bird Valentine’s Special package that we’re doing with The Depot Restaurant on our Boreas Inn “Package” page. There are other great packages and specials on there also, including our $150 “Walk-in Special” deal.

The YouTube video I embedded was uploaded by SallyLee of SallyLee Candles in Ocean Park.  We appreciate the opportunity to post this very short and sweet little video!  The video opens with one of my favorite little hideaways at Cape D State Park, Deadman’s Cove–have a look!

Boreas Inn will be decorated for the holidays by our guests this weekend!

December 3rd, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

My favorite pic from last December's early snowstorm shot from the Garden Suite

Our favorite shot of the Dec. 19, 2008 snowfall from the Garden Suite.

Kitties are Angels with Attitude is our favorite decorating party gift given by Cindy (Zikes) and Robert Davis.

Kitties are Angels with Attitude is our favorite decorating party gift given by Cindy (Zikes) and Robert Davis.

The Boreas Hearth glows with warmth and holiday lights!

The Boreas Hearth glows with warmth and holiday lights!

We have hosted over a dozen holiday open houses for our locals each year.

We have hosted over a dozen holiday open houses for our locals each year.

We will be having a full house at Boreas Inn this weekend.  The inn will be bustling full of Santa’s helpers!  Each year, our loyal guests come to Boreas on the first weekend of December to work and eat (and get a free night!) and make the Inn beautiful for the holidays. We drag out the decorations and make the tree (this year a perfect Noble Fir) beautiful.  We call it a Hanukkah Bush/Christmas Tree to be inclusive!  We will not be holding our traditional Open House on the second weekend of the year, but will be open for informal tours and will hopefully be finding a time when the Long Beach Peninsula Visitor’s Bureau volunteers can come to Boreas for a Open House to thank them for  their work!  Cindy and Robert Davis, Walter and Tracey Voll, Fred Humphrey, Odell Hathaway, Su and Ray Benson are among long-time Boreas friends and loved ones. Jessica and Chris Miller will also be helping out.  Chris is the new school district psychologist and Jessica is a teacher who helped us out over the summertime.  They moved here in June from Colorado and we have adopted them.  We are looking forward to the decorating, the potluck and the company.  So come see Boreas  Inn decorated for the holidays. We have rooms open for Christmas and for our New Years three day holiday weekend.  Take advantage of our “Walk-in” Special rate for all of December and January, except for one night over New Years’ when you will pay our regular price for that night.  We have included our Annual Dungeness Crab Cake and Champagne Breakfast for New Years’ Day! Make your reservations now!  We would love to see you!

Pretty Snow Day

February 26th, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

So it started hailing/sleeting/snowing before dark last night and left just a sprinkling of white stuff on the ground and roof tops this morning.  The ice crystals were intermingled with darting snow flakes last evening. It was beautiful, like little itty bitty fighter kites darting here and there–but they were snow flakes with very independent minds. Today dawned crystal clear and overall, it was a beautiful day today in the 50′s.  Bill saw a whale out in front, heading south, last weekend–probably a gray whale.  There are reportedly bait fish and early spring Chinook at the Mouth of the Columbia and it’s rumored that J, K and L pods of Orca’s may be coming from the Puget Sound for brunch.  (We haven’t seen Orca’s so far–but perhaps the cruiser Bill saw last weekend was an Orca!) So this might be an interesting whale watching weekend.  But who can ever tell what the “big ones” are planning.  The Long Beach Peninsula is full of wonder and delight.  Here’s an early afternoon shot of the sky and the ocean in front of the inn.  Come visit!

Just Another Day in Paradise

Just Another Day in Paradise

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