Luxurious, private king suites that sleep up to four in our eco inn on 5 lush acres of majestic Cedars, gardens and creeks. Beautiful artwork, tile art, fabric work and craftwork by local artisans. Sustainably built from top to bottom with unique materials such as clay and lime walls. Full line of spa services. Gourmet , organic breakfast featuring free-range organic eggs from our chickens Near downtown and all the outdoor activities of Whatcom County. Secluded country feel. Infra red sauna,hot tub, private suites with fireplaces and radiant heat tile floors, flat screen tvs with blu-ray DVD and iPod docks, wifi, handmade soaps, organic bath products, hairdryers, organic cotton robes, double tiled shower or jetted tub, down bedding, fresh flowers and wine or juice on arrival, small kitchen with coffee and tea service, private hardwood decks, skylights, use of firepit, and many birds and roaming wildlife to watch.
4.6 on March 02, 2013
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Tree Frog Night Inn and hope to be able to visit again soon.
5 on December 19, 2012
My first words when we walked into our Mediterranean Room was, "I want to stay here longer than 2 nights!" Tree Frog Night Inn is one of the coziest B&Bs we've ever come across. Plenty of room; bed was comfortable; tub with jets was a dream; enormous emphasis on sustainability; home cooked breakfasts were healthy and delicious, and Kurt and Kara made us feel right at home. Next time we'll take advantage of the sauna and hot tub! We'll always stay at Frog when we're in Bellingham, and will highly recommend it to friends and family. Don't miss it! (I put a photo of the beautiful bathroom sink on FaceBook, and a friend said, "I want to stay there!")
5 on August 18, 2012
Kara made our stay at the Tree Frog Inn an amazing and memorable stay! We loved it so much that we are returning this fall for those delicious and amazing breakfasts. The suite was a dream and reminded us of the tranquility and the native spirit of New Mexico! The beauty of the suite is captivating! We cannot imagine staying anywhere else in Bellingham!! Tracy and Bonavita
4.0 on February 25, 2012
We utterly enjoyed our visit--a perfect complement to the Thanksgiving family event nearby! You do this very well! We'll be back in another season...cierto. Mickey & Dirk
4.8 on February 13, 2012
Wow! What a wonderful, wooded escape to hide away from the busy bustle of the city. Tree Frog Night Inn, just outside of Bellingham on The Mount Baker Highway, was quick and easy to access just minutes from town; but once there you can quickly, and easily, believe that you are miles from anywhere. Peaceful. Cozy. Fresh. Light. Green. Warm. Easy. Thoughtful. Comfortable. So many characteristics about Tree Frog Night Inn direct, no implore, the visitor to relax – to indulge in the clean, artfully and warmly adorned rooms and partake in the forest with its walls of green that embrace the whole compound -- home to a flurry of birds that constantly dart through the yard. Kara and Kurt seemed to have left nothing undone. It seems as though they stayed here themselves and worked through and thought about all of the things that a guest may want -- whenever we said, “I wonder if they have this or that?” there it would be. After cozying up to the fireplace for a quiet, shared read on the spacious sofa (futon bed) while listening to some tunes on the nice sound system, we took a late evening sauna. I’m not sure which was more fun, and refreshing, the sauna or the shower – two-heads from opposite directions in a large, tiled and glass enclosure. Wonderful. And luxurious to step out on to the heated floor. Sleep was deep-forest quiet and uninterrupted. I took a pre-breakfast walk down to the stream, which takes about 3 minutes down the path past the house to get there, and found a log bridge to do early morning stretching on while watching the water flow underneath me. Riffles of water mixed with birdsong was an energizing way to start the day. Of course the scrumptious pot of tea and homemade bread with jam, and the gourmet omelette and fruit and nut and yogurt plate, helped – yum! Highly recommended! Thanks TC Bellingham, WA
Cedar forest, Squalicum Creek, Whatcom County, Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma)
Bellingham International Airport is 15 minutes (7 miles)away. Follow signs to I-5 South and then follow directions above. SeaTac International is 100 miles away. Follow signs to I-5 North and then follow directions above. Vancouver International is 50 miles away. Follow signs for 99 South, which will turn into I-5 South after you cross the boarder. Then follow directions above.
Amusement Park, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Organic farms, Road biking, Vancouver, BC, Mountain biking, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Native culture museums & attractions, Wine tasting, Organic farms, Micro breweries, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Spa, Videos, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Flat screen 37" with Blu Ray DVD, Microwave at cottage, Ipod dock in room, Refridgerator/ice maker at cottage, Ironing board at cottage, Sauna
Kara Black and Kurt Yandell
English, French, Spanish
1 Dog , Fish in pond; dog is small Others
Science, travel, books, woodwork, education/mentoring, wildlife, getting to know people from many cultures, cribbage, cooking, entertaining and events, gardening, music, playing musical instruments, local produce and wines, sustainability, yoga, hiking, XC skiing, and singing.
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Continntl self-serve