The Bond Ranch Retreat has been a small working horse ranch since 1965. And horses are still here! Nestled at the foot hills of the Olympic Mountain Range, close to glaciers, the rain forest, lavender fields and the ocean, you will feel far away from it all, yet only five minues from Sequim, fifteen minutes from Port Angeles. Wake up from a perfect night's sleep to a fresh continental breakfast, hear birds and feel mountain breezes touch your cheek. Relax, be in the stillness. Experience country comfort. Let us pamper you here. At night, after an adventurous day, barbeque your own steaks or dine at one of our well choosen resturants. Call a close to your day around the campfire telling your stories or listening to others from around the world. You will leave knowing there are still places like this left in the world. The Bond Ranch Retreat B&B is home away from home. We look forward to having you as our guests. Come join us!
Step into an established approach of decorating: The Greywolf Room awaits you. This room is within close proximity to the Common Room. A bookshelf is close where you can find a good novel or magazine to steal into your quiet room. The bed is comfortable and cozy, a antique light from the 20's stands by your bedside and your dresser is from the 20's. Includes a full, healthy breakfast!
The Rose Room: A feminine approach. But guys, you'll love it too! This room is just an open door away from the Common Room. Antique milk cans can be seen through your front door. Flowers by your bedside, clean water and magazines coax you to relax and let your worries disappear. Outside your front door is the Common Room containing a refrigerator, dining room table, a couch and chairs. You are close to a community bookshelf to discover a new author or book. Includes a full, healthy breakfast!
This lovely room overlooks the semi-enclosed courtroom. An antique English dresser and Arts and Crafts period desk will beg you to write your friends. Use our stationary or post cards. Open the Dutch doors and invite the sounds of birds into the room. In the windows above your room you might spy an occasional horse looking in at you to make sure you are having a good time. Your bed has been given the same attention as all the beds at the Bond Ranch Retreat. Again, you will have fresh flowers, soaps and cream at your disposal along with fresh water and a thank you card.
The Tack Room is set away from the rest of the rooms and the barn, but is close to the Fire Circle. A small Arts and Crafts table and chairs invite you to sit down with your coffee and read the morning paper. The bed is antique mahogany. Your mattress is a Pillow Top. Skylights above you let the evening stars into your room. When you slip inside the covers, you may never want to come down. You might even feel like you are in heaven!
Fully self contained, the Cottage offers a small private bath, kitchen, bedroom, living room and dining room. The living room has a Futon that may be pulled out for additional family members or friends. In true Bond Ranch tradition, your carefully chosen queen size Memory Foam mattress in your bedroom may seduce you to have breakfast there. You might not want to leave! We find many guest hold up here, like bandits that don't want to go outside and don't want anybody else inside!
5 on April 05, 2013
How lucky we were to get to stay at the Bond Ranch and meet Tess and Morris. The place is gorgeous and you are immediatley welcomed by the tail wagging four legged kids with Tess soon to make her cheerful appearance to assure that you have everything you need. They are great hosts and that Morris can tell some great stories around the campfire while we stargazed and sipped great Washington Wine. Awww....the accomodations were great and you get so relaxed, you feel as though these two need to be added to your Facebook account and Christmas card list. In all, this place is a gem and I highly suggest making your stay for more time than you originally plan because you are not going to want to leave. Oh, and I should mention that you are going to have one of the best breakfast's ever as Tess is an amazing cook. Enjoy all as we did - it was a girlfriends get-away and everyone we met at the farm was just great! Suitable for all, families, couples, girlfriends, etc. Don't miss out on this one. FIVE STARS (ps I've been in the Travel and Hospitality Industry for 28 years and this is a good find)
5 on July 30, 2011
Great hospitality, Morris and Tess are great hosts, enjoyed the conversation by the fire, the rooms were awesome, the decor magnificent, the breakfast was unbelievable, just wished I could have stay many more days.
4.8 on October 17, 2010
We loved our stay at Bond Ranch Retreat. We stayed at The Cottage, which has its own kitchen, living room, etc. so it is a different experience than when you'd be staying in one of the rooms only and have use of the common areas for breakfast etc. The Cottage is clean, nicely furnished, a wonderful bed, nice kitchen. There was a huge basket in the fridge with fruit, yoghurt, OJ, eggs, etc to make our own breakfast. I dare you to find better fruit yourself. The owners are very nice and they'll do anything to make your stay the best it can be. Our stay was just perfect, I couldn't have asked for anything more.
5 on July 29, 2009
We stayed at the Bond Ranch Retreat a few days before the July 4th weekend. I'll summarize our impressions before going into details - my kids (4 and 2) will remember their stay at the Bond ranch more than they will our hike up to Marymere falls, our trip to Lake Crescent, or watching deer at Hurricane Ridge. It is a family-friendly place with great rooms and friendly hosts at a reasonable price. The cottage: We stayed in a one bedroom cottage - it was clean, had a comfortable queen size bed, a futon in the family room and a complete kitchen. Our hosts even put some children’s books and toys for our kids. The cottage also had a garden with tables and chairs for eating out. With 4 of us in it, it didn’t feel small. And there was complete privacy. The food: Our hosts arranged for food. None of the junk like chips, candy and cola - instead there were lots of organic fruits eggs, juice, bread etc. We really relished this. The overall location: Bond ranch, in Sequim, was conveniently located close enough to the Olympics including Lake Crescent, Hurricane Ridge and other places. Week day commute was no problem. Also, the peace and quiet at night and seeing so many stars (we actually saw satellites too!) was refreshing. Hospitality: Tess and Morris make you feel like family, give great advice on places to visit and happily share their memories from the area. The "fun": Tess and Morris were excellent hosts. And Tess especially, being a retired kindergarten teacher, was wonderful with our children. She setup a “Toad hunt” at night – my children with her found ~15 toads with flashlights, held the toads, learnt about them – great hands on learning experience! She setup a campfire and roasted marshmellows for my kids. She and Morris gave a tractor and a Quad ride to my kids which they absolutely loved. And she helped my kids feed their beautiful horses. All in all, it was a wonderful stay. We will be sure to visit them again when we visit the area.
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma)
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn, Urban Inn, Guest Ranch, Working Ranch, Lighthouse
BBQ grill, Conference Rooms, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Private entrance, Turndown Service
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , these upon request