5 on September 08, 2013
My husband and I enjoyed very much our stay at this b&b on our way to Mount Rainier. Perfect location. Very peaceful and beautiful wood crafted b & b home. The innkepper, Shelley, is a lovely hosstess. She welcomed us with home made brownies and sweet wine. Next morning breakfast presentation was a delight to the eyes and stomach. Be sure to select this b & b home if you are planning a trip to Mount Rainier.
5 on May 30, 2012
We absolutely love this place. The owner is super nice and a good cook. Rooms are big, clean and cozy. The house is new and well-designed. Our bed was so comfy that we felt into sleep 9pm and woke up 8am next day. We have stayed in many B&B, this one definitely is one of the best and we will recommend to our friends and family. We stayed in this B&B for 2 days and then moved to Alexander's Country Inn for the next two days. We felt we dropped from heaven to cruel reality. This B&B is hard to find online but we are so glad that we found it! Highly recommended!
5 on May 12, 2012
First class service. Nicely appointed rooms. Shelley is a great cook and a great hostess.
4.8 on October 01, 2011
My Wife and I stayed here on our vacation Get A Way. It was wonderful and the food was just excellent. I never thought that it was going to be as relaxing as it was. The room was extremely comfortable and Shelley was an amazing cook. They were very helpful suggesting things for us to go and do. We stayed in the Garden room and loved it. They bed was so comfortable. I will definatly stay there again.
5 on October 01, 2011
The B&B was nicer then some of the more expensive ones. It had a beautiful wraparound deck and a deck on the top floor. And beautiful wood work. This isn’t a small house that was turned in to a b&b. It is very spacious even if it is full. It was like a home away from home. The owners made you feel nothing less than welcome. It was a beautiful location tucked away from all the crazy. They have beautiful bedrooms and common rooms. The food was even better than some restaurants. Always accommodated any needs. They always had suggestions for things to do or let us lounge around if we wanted to. Seattle isn’t that far away and lakes are in the other direction. Can't wait to go back and anyone would be crazy not to check it out.
4.6 on September 06, 2010
Hiking the Wonderland trail, we were camped at Mowich Lake in the near-freezing rain, with a deluge forecast, and luckily found a ride down the mountain. Arriving at the doorstep of the Shady Rest, we were warmly welcomed by Mark, and were rescued by the comfort of their spacious yet cozy place. Mark and Shelley are terrific hosts, the rooms are nice, the bathrooms spectacular, and the breakfast wonderfully tasty and hearty (much needed as we hit the trail again the following day). The homemade blackberry syrup is a real hit. And a big thanks to Tom, Shelley's dad for helping us out big-time as well. Great family, who really know the area inside out. Stay there!!
Michael and Cynthia, Thank You so much for the awesome review. Loved hosting you and your family and glad to be of assistance during your time of "Washington weather" Hope to see you again at Carbon Countrys Shady Rest.
4.0 on August 15, 2010
We stayed in the garden room, the stone shower was beautiful, bed was comfortable. It was a very nice place, nice covered porches. The breakfast was great, we couldn't eat all of it, because there was a good amount. We would definitely go back.
Thank You so much for te positive review. Look forward to having you stay with us again at Carbon Countrys Shady Rest..