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My last minute choice of Axton Road B&B was a serendipitous decision. The utter peace and quiet were just what the doctor ordered. Barb and Sandy were lovely......kind and generous. I loved the goats, and chickens were arriving as I left. I've already recommended this...More
We enjoyed the beautiful home clean, well built with so much ambiance! Slept really well with comfortable bed, nice sheets, a nice touch! We enjoyed the fresh blackberries, beautiful trails. Bellingham is a great stop and we were happy we had 2 days to rest...More
We both loved the goats, chickens, sweet old dog Truffle. Very comfortable room, bathroom, and common spaces. Tasty breakfast. Engaging host. Good location only minutes from I-5. Amazing library of books.
Barbara and Sandy are gracious and fun hosts. We shared many stories and had a wonderful time on our stay. The rooms, home, property all are quiet, comfortable and very enjoyable. You can relax in the atrium library space but we opted to hang out...More
Arrived late last night on glamping trip and were warmly welcomed by Barbara and Sandy to their beautiful and unique, home. This was a comfortable, great place to unwind after a few days on the road and a treat even if you are not on...More
Axton Road Bed and Breakfast is situated on twenty acres with panoramic exposure of the American Cascades directly east, the Candian Cascades to the northeast and the Coastal Range of British Columbia to the northwest. These vistas are accessed by the three spacious guest rooms on the second floor as well as the octagonal viewing room on the third floor. Several hiking trails thread thru both forested and meadow areas.