This ornate, lovely home was built in 1900 by ship builder Ferdinand Fisher and was established as a bed and breakfast in May of 1986. You will enjoy our warm and cozy sun-lit living room and our dining room.During your stay, enjoy a delicious and seasonal breakfast served in the dining room or you may choose to have it served in the privacy of your own suite.
Old fashion queen canopy with private bath -step in shower, balcony and view of down town Astoria and Columbia river. You may wish to have breakfast on the balcony.
Nightly Rate: $90-$110
Starlight Suite has a fireplace and sitting area with telescope. Suite Queen bed with private bathroom
Nightly Rate: $115-$135
Sweet Tranquility enjoy the quiet beauty of this room or watch the ships on the Columbia River from your balcony. Queen Bed with private bathroom
Nightly Rate: $89-$99
Enchanted Haven enjoy a beautiful sunrise through antique windows with a view of historical downtown Astoria.
Magnolia Retreat a special cozy room featuring arched windows and an antique queen bed.
The Hideaway has it all from a complete kitchen and dining area to a living room with its own private entry.
5 on July 18, 2014
We had a wonderful stay in the renovated attic of this beautiful Victorian home. So roomy, clean, and comfortable. And the view of downtown Astoria and the Columbia River was fantastic. The care provided was excellent and we will certainly visit again should we find ourselves in this neck of the woods.
4.2 on May 07, 2014
Excellent breakfast and service. My only wish is that they have king beds, instead of queen.
4.2 on September 04, 2013
We had a one night stay in the Sweet Tranquility room recently. Wish we could have had longer in Astoria and at the B&B. Becky was genuinely friendly and welcoming and our room was neat, clean, and well equipped. The claw foot tub was amazing (got to have a soak in that) and the breakfast the next morning was delicious (generous portion of fresh fruit and huge waffles with hot marionberry syrup - delicious). My only complaint is that it was very light in the room (white, thin curtains) and so I didn't sleep very well. If you're not a light sleeper like me, then you'll be fine. I highly recommend this B&B.
4.0 on August 23, 2013
The room was lovely with a great view and sitting area. The only part of the stay not up to other places was the breakfast
4.8 on August 15, 2013
Lovely hostess with great recs for dining and things to do. Easy walking distance to all downtown activites and eateries. Well-appointed room with a clawfoot tub and a balcony to sip your tea and watch the sunset!
5 on August 12, 2013
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