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We stayed for three nights. The bed was very comfortable
The breakfasts were elaborate with lots of fancy pastries etc. Susi provided very nice gluten-free alternatives for my wife. All guests eat together at one table, which makes for lively conversation. The breakfast was at...More
Really enjoyed our stay at The Boreas Inn. Breakfast was delicious, each day being a surprise. Friendly inn keepers, Bill and Susie were helpful with ideas of things to do and reservations for dinner. Will return when we are in the area!
We stayed 3 nights at Boreas and it was a great experience. Susie and Bill were excellent hosts. They make you feel very welcomed and go out of their way to make reservations for dinner or any other activities. Our room was bright and airly...More
Found Boreas online after having to change vacation plans at the last minute. Online reviews are important to us and I booked our stay based on what I read. The owners happened to be on vacation while we were there and I think that made...More
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Response from Susieatthebeach, Owner at Boreas Bed and Breakfast InnResponded 13 August 2016
I'm sorry you didn't have a five star experience at Boreas Inn while we were away at our annual summer volunteer job! I guess it is good to occasionally get a lower than usual rating so readers understand that it's not always perfect at Boreas....More
My husband and I stayed at the Boreas Inn on Memorial Day '16 to see the beach. Just our luck he caught a head cold the day before and stayed in the room 95% of our reservation, while listening to him snore I enjoyed our...More
Response from Susieatthebeach | Property representative |
Hello. Thanks for asking us a question. The Inn is not wheelchair accessible. It was built originally in the 1920's and our guests have to have some mobility to access the property. There are steps up from the street. We... More
Hello. Thanks for asking us a question. The Inn is not wheelchair accessible. It was built originally in the 1920's and our guests have to have some mobility to access the property. There are steps up from the street. We have had significantly alter-abled guests at Boreas, but it is not an easy venue for them unless they are semi-mobile. I hope that answers your question adequately. Our phone number is 360-642-8069 if you have more questions. Thanks again!
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"Downstairs would be best for those not able to climb the stairs."