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We stayed, for our first time, at Boreas Inn in early November 2014 for two nights. Hoping that our stay would meet expectations, since we found the inn via internet and Trip Advisor, we were so happily pleased with Bill & Susie's welcome friendliness, open...More
I arrived early, Bill and Susie greeted me with open arms. They made every effort to bring me into their B&B and gave me a complete tour of all the facilities and orientation of things to do and see while visiting their community. I had...More
Response from Susieatthebeach, Owner at Boreas Bed and Breakfast InnResponded 10 December 2014
Thank you for your thorough review of Boreas Inn! We greatly appreciate your attention to detail and hope we can have the opportunity to provide you with another great getaway in the near future. Our location is a good one, in the heart of a...More
After staying at some very nice B&B's around the US and Mexico, we can put the Boreas Inn into the higher end of those choices. The hosts Suzie and Bill really make you feel at home, cook a decedant breakfast and keep conversations interesting, an...More
My wife and I have been repeat customers for the last four to six years. We wouldn't think of going anywhere else when we are in Long Beach, WA. The rooms are comfortable and the lounge area is a great place to relax any time...More
The Boreas Inn was a nice B&B that we would class more as a destination rather than a passing through place. On our arrival we soon set off to visit the beach by walking along the path through the garden and on to the dunes....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."