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Boreas Inn's 8th Annual Wild Mushroom Celebration

September 28th, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

Veronica Williams brought us the most exquisite, gigantic lobster we've seen!

Veronica Williams brought us the most exquisite, gigantic lobster we've seen!

Boreas Inn’s 8TH Annual Wild Mushroom Celebration!

This year’s Wild Mushroom Celebration is October 30th-November 1st. The cost includes a two-night weekend stay with our amazing breakfasts and A 3-course Wild Mushroom and Washington Wine Dinner at The Depot.

The DEPOT Restaurant


Boreas Bed and Breakfast

Wild Mushroom Celebration Wine Dinner

Saturday, October 31, 2009 6:00 PM

Meet & Greet

Italian Zardetto Preseco

First Course

Sherried Chanterelle Mushrooms & Goat Cheese Crostini

Arcane Pinot Gris, Oregon

Second Course

Pan Seared King Salmon on

Wild Mushroom Risotto topped with Chanterelle Mushroom Cream

Mt. Baker Viognier, Washington


Chargrilled 6 oz Filet Mignon on

Wild Mushroom Risotto with Chanterelle Mushroom Cream

Capstone Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington

Third Course

Chocolate Truffle Truffled Tart with

Truffle Honey Whip Cream

Ross Andrew, Syrah, Washington

Our Sunday morning breakfast will be our annual Wild Mushroom Breakfast featuring Veronica Williams, our professional forager, as guest hostess and discussion leader. We will add two extra courses onto the Sunday breakfast to make it even more decadent! As an add-on special, Veronica will take you foraging on Saturday for wild mushrooms for an additional $50 per person. The cost of the basic package is $550 plus tax per couple. $590 plus tax for The Dunes Suite.  Add a massage…book now for this special event!

“Gorgeous,spacious rooms with comfy beds and luxurious bathrooms.” SF Chronicle, July 2006.
THIS SPECIAL IS GOOD FOR NEW RESERVATIONS ONLY AND PLEASE MENTION THE SPECIAL WHEN YOU CALL OR MAKE AN ONLINE REQUEST. This offer cannot be combined with the use of gift certificates.  A three-night minimum applies and offer cannot be combined with any other specials. Applicable only to Boreas Inn.

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Unique Dining: Bed and Breakfast Washington

January 14th, 2009 by Susie Goldsmith

Are you looking for a unique culinary experience?

One of the best reasons to get out of bed at our Washington State Bed and Breakfast is the breakfast! We present a multi-course meal using local and creative ingredients. Bill’s egg entrees highlight our local chanterelle, lobster, hedgehog, oyster or porcini mushrooms. We serve over 20 varieties of local, wild mushrooms each year.  We use smoked salmon, sturgeon and albacore caught by local fishermen from the Pacific and oysters from local Willapa and Shoalwater Bays. The homefries are seasoned with herbs from our Unique dining at Washington Coast Bed and Breakfast garden.

We have sweet and savory dishes every morning, including pancakes with triple ginger and pumpkin, baked french toast with blueberries and waffles with lemon chiffon.

We start our unique dining experience every morning with fresh fruit entrees. It is a refreshing way to start the meal, as well as your whole day! An example of how you might start breakfast while in Long Beach Washington: a chilled four-berry soup topped with folded cream and chocolate mint from the garden. Wow! This Washington Bed and Breakfast also bakes their own pastries in the morning, using delicious and gourmet ingredients like pecans, macadamia nuts, and local cranberries.

Of course, no breakfast is complete without fresh, smooth and organic coffee. We also have lots of teas and hot cocoa!

We hope we will see you soon for some of our unique dining. Come for a Washington Coast Romantic Getaway!

Beautiful Autumn Chantrelles Delivered to Boreas Inn

September 30th, 2008 by Susie Goldsmith

Veronica, our professional forager and dear friend, brought us some Chantrelle mushrooms the other day. There was one in the batch that is the biggest and most beautiful I have seen. Larger than my hand, I hope the images I have taken can give you some idea of the size and intricate nature of this gorgeous mushroom. It was picked in front of Veronica’s house! We still have room for you for our Wild Mushroom Celebration October 17th-19th. You can go foraging on the 18th with Veronica! Late September ChantrelleChantrelle and Yellow Begonia

Boreas Inn's Wild Mushroom Celebration is Coming Up!

August 25th, 2008 by Susie Goldsmith

The Kite Festival for 2008 has come and gone. We had a super mellow week with wonderful guests, most of whom have been coming here for close to a decade. Visiting with their families and friends who dropped by was great fun.Flying Penguins The weather was fabulous the last three days and on sunny Saturday we spent a few idyllic hours with friends on the warm beach in front of the inn and I snapped some pictures. I loved the gigantic penguin kite!

Now we look forward to Boreas’ 2008 Wild Mushroom Celebration to be held October 17-19. I finally bought a little Flip Video camcorder and when Veronica Williams, our “All Wild” forager showed up with some spectacular Wild Lobster Mushrooms, it seemed like a good time to film my first-ever video! I have uploaded it to YouTube and will try to upload it here! Excuse the wobbliness–I’m a newbie.

Wild Oyster Mushroom Season–Coming soon to Boreas!

April 15th, 2008 by Susie Goldsmith

Boreas Inn’s professional forager and dear friend, Veronica Williams, is on the look-out for wild oyster mushrooms. The nice long oyster mushroom season is about to begin on the Long Beach, Washington Peninsula and the surrounding area! We’re looking forward to adding them to our luscious breakfasts very soon! Thought you might want to see what they look like in the woods. Very pretty! //

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