Welcome to Boreas Bed & Breakfast Inn
Long Beach Washington’s Award-Winning B&B
Plan now for the year! Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and just getting out of town to the Boreas Inn. The 2021 Razor Clam Festival is planned for May 1st and 2nd. If there is a clam digging tide, that will be another cause to celebrate!
We are serving our well-known full breakfasts for our guests served in a “socially distanced” way in the Boreas Inn dining room, living room and garden decks if the weather is good. The new hot tub in the cedar and glass gazebo is open for one guest room at a time, as usual. The candle in the window and a single key assure privacy and plenty of time to bubble your troubles away. All rooms have their own electric fireplaces that make cozy hibernation possible. If you are working from home, you can work from your home at the Boreas Inn!
The historic and sweetly quirky Yett Beach House, managed by the Boreas Inn for over 25 years, is another option for families, with kids and a pet. Separate from the Inn, with its own kitchen and large white picket fenced yard it is an opportunity to relax in a more rustic setting, without the breakfasts and hot tub access, but still just about perfect if you’re looking for another option for the family.
Remember, there is plenty of space inside and outside the Inn for fresh air, and rest assured that Boreas has access to the Great Outdoors, just outside our back door! If you are feeling cooped up and in need of wide open spaces, this is the place to be.
The gardens are coming out of the winter season, and getting more lovely. All of the State Parks and the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge are open. Boreas’ beach path is right out the back door and if damp, because of some seasonal wetlands, you can stroll down 6th Street for long walks on the beach, the Boardwalk and the Discovery Trail. There is the opportunity for distancing due to the Boreas Inn’s proximity to miles of un-crowded beaches, hiking, biking and strolling.
Several e-bike rental sites are ready with sanitized bikes for riding the Discovery Trail to the North Head Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment. You can come alone to read, write, walk on the beach and reflect. Your multi-course breakfast will hold you over until dinner and your innkeepers, Susie and Bill, will help you arrange dinner plans. There are lots of snacks, brownies and common area fireplaces to relax by. Susie and Bill are your local experts about sights, activities and adventures at the beach!
Whether you’re sinking into one of the luxurious beds or typing in the WiFi password (it will make you smile!), you’ll feel right at home at Boreas.
Enjoy the morning over Susie and Bill’s legendary multi-course breakfasts. Then, spend your day exploring Washington’s secluded southwest coast.
You’ll be dreaming of the beach long after you return home. Stay at Boreas Inn for a unique local experience!
About Your Stay at Boreas Bed & Breakfast Inn
An easy drive from Portland and Seattle, the Long Beach Peninsula sits in the heart of the Pacific Northwest.
Enjoy large common rooms with scenic views and cozy fireplaces. Hear the ocean lap at the shore from the hammocks and chaise-lounges in our dune-side gardens. Wake up to gourmet breakfasts before biking the 8 mile Discovery Trail. Explore historic lighthouses, watch for whales, and discover Pacific Northwest history.
When you’re done exploring, return to the exquisitely relaxed Boreas Inn to unwind.
Families and guests with dogs will enjoy the Yett Beach House Vacation Rental next to Boreas Inn.
“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.”
EDITOR OF NORTHWEST TRAVEL MAGAZINE
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