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My husband and I stayed in the Dutch room where the view was ever changing with the weather. We found it very relaxing. The owner Rachel was very friendly and knowledgeable. The Breakfast we had was not only delicious but visually impressive also. We will...More
My husband and I have never stayed at a bed and breakfast before, we have always wanted to just never got around to it! This Christmas we received a gift certificate for the Dutch Room and Misty Valley Inn! Which is about a 3 and...More
We were just passing through and chose to stay here for the night. So welcoming and friendly. We made our own dinner, opened a bottle of wine and relaxed in the comfy living area. The room was clean, comfortable and had a unique charm. There...More
A warm welcome at the end of a long day of hiking. A gourmet breakfast, quiet room and lovely view! Our welcoming hostess, Rachel was lovely and kind, offering suggestions for dinner and a wonderful choice of breakfasts for the following morning. We totally enjoyed...More
We took an impromptu weekend to the Olympic Coast and selected the Misty Valley Inn after doing some internet research. Once we found the B&B down a private forest road jut off the 101, we were welcomed by Rachel..we immediately felt like family...she was expecting...More
I used the word 'homely' as the English language dictionary meaning 'as in one's home'. Regardless, I believe this B&B may be a little quiet and out of town for a group of youngsters, better to find somewhere in town.