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There really isn't anything bad you can say about this B&B, except that we couldn't stay longer. Peggy and Hershel are very welcoming. We stayed in the mountain room, which was quite large and inviting. We arrived on a wet and dreary day, so the...More
Wonderful hosts who thought of every nice detail. Delicious breakfast brought to us on a patio overlooking the river. The owners, Peggy and Herschel were friendly, warm and helpful and also gave us our privacy. The cabin we stayed in had a completely well stocked...More
We typically stay at the Salish Lodge when vacationing to Washington state. However, for variety and to ease our pocket book a bit, we chose to try something different for a few nights.
Thus, the Roaring River B&B entered our radar. Located within walking distance...More
We go often, love this beautiful place, the hosts are terrific, and such wonderful cooks! The cabin is our favorite with the copper sink! We love the abundance of wildlife!! Bear, elk! Off-spry, raccoons, owls, really make this delightful a adventure, we visit about twice...More
The Roaring River Bed & Breakfast is a fun and romantic retreat that is not too far from Seattle. We went up for a quick get away and to cut down a Christmas tree. This was the perfect place to fit our outdoor adventure. The...More
There is one cabin - Herb's place, I think - that will hold four. I'd get two separate rooms, though. The main house is where the innkeepers live and I don't think there are any rooms for let there. The prices are online and... More
There is one cabin - Herb's place, I think - that will hold four. I'd get two separate rooms, though. The main house is where the innkeepers live and I don't think there are any rooms for let there. The prices are online and I think they range from $150 a $225 or so. Each room is unique and different. None of the rooms have traffic noise issues. All you hear day and night is the soothing sound of the river. The website is theroaringriver. You can find out more there. I've stayed in a lot of hotels and many bed and breakfasts and this is hands down the place I recommend above all others. So much so I'd love to move there.
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