We stayed in the Rose room which looks out to an expanse of green lawn leading to a rose garden. This is framed by trees and bushes including 3 varieties of Japanese Maples, butterfly bushes, Hydrangea and more. (The roses are old roses with lovely scents). Behind are vegetable gardens, stone paths and benches for relaxing. Breakfast each morning was freshly made, including vegetables from the garden and eggs from the hens on the side of the house. While we were there, this included eggs with spinach and mushrooms, fresh fruit and, one morning, lemon pancakes. (Delicious) The hostess, Marianne, started this B&B 27 years ago, when her husband, Bill, was a sea captain and often gone for 6 months at a time. Bill is now retired. Both Marianne and Bill are delightful, friendly people with wonderful stories and knowledge. We had a queen sized bed, our own bathroom with a Slate shower and good, strong water pressure in the shower. There is a separate lounge area for guests which includes a television, games, books, a microwave , tea and coffee, and a small refrigerator. For dog lovers, which I am, there is also, Jasper. He is a beautiful, silver miniature poodle. He is a joy to be around, full of play and affection but well behaved. We hope to stay here again and agian…
My wife and I stayed four nights in mid September 2018. We stayed in the Rose room which is very nice and has a very comfortable bed. The common room with tv, games, exercise machines, books, brochures, minifridge, and sink is great. The shower in the bathroom that Rose room guests use is fantastic. Marianne is a marvelous innkeeper. Her husband Bill is a fine fellow and even their friendly miniature poodle makes one feel that you're among friends.
I had a wonderful stay at this bed and breakfast. Marianne was a gracious and generous hostess while I was in town visiting family. The B and B is located at the end of a quiet lane. The breakfasts were delicious, and I was especially touched by Marianne's offer to have a full breakfast ready for me early in the morning (6:30) of my departure.
A lovely B and B nestled on an acre of woods and garden in Bellevue, very close to Kirkland. Quiet and away ( but just minutes) from business and pleasure in Bellevue/Kirkland area. Delicious breakfasts and close to walking trails.
This is a private setting. The house is set back in the woods off a two lane road. Both rooms have a wonderful view of the back garden full with bird feeders and planters. On clear days, yes, the mountains are visible. The rooms are immaculate. This is the place to stay in Bellevue. Very conveniently located to all attractions throughout the area. My grand kids are in Bellevue, and this is where I plan to stay.