Astoria's newest Bed and Beakfast opened in 2014. Walking distance to many local attractions. One block from the busy Columbia river waterfront.
4.0 on March 12, 2018
Wonderfully comfortable beds and Teresa's breakfasts are the best!
5 on March 01, 2018
This was our second visit to the Crosby House. We stayed in the waterfront room overlooking the Columbia. Excellent view of the river traffic - the boats are lit up at night and look beautiful. Teresa is very warm and helpful - she remembered I needed sugar free syrup and bought it for me! We had great breakfasts both days! They have the most comfortable beds we've ever slept in. The house is an old Victorian filled with beautiful antiques. We will be back in the future. Thanks Teresa!
3.8 on February 28, 2018
We had a comfortable cozy room at the Crosby House. I loved soaking in the claw foot tub after a full day walking around the museum. One of the reasons I try and find a historic place. The house has beautiful stain glass windows too. There was no TV in the room, however, we didn't miss it. There are stairs as one can see in the picture, and also stairs leading to the bedroom. There is also street parking and could be an issue. We were fortunate and found a spot in front of the house. The best part was the delicious breakfast consisting of Dutch babies, lots of assorted fruit, and bacon. One of the best breakfasts I had staying at B&B's. We would stay again...
4.8 on October 30, 2017
We enjoyed our two night stay at Crosby House. It is about two blocks above Marine Drive, so there is some traffic noise. We stayed in the room with a view of the Columbia, and spent much time watching the river traffic. The room was very clean, and definitely fit in with the home. Coffee is available on the second floor where the rooms are located 24 hours. The breakfasts were very tasty, and the owner is super friendly, I would return to Crosby House.
5 on September 13, 2017
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Crosby House! The bed was very comfortable and the breakfast was fantastic!! We really enjoyed our view of the river and all of the boats!
4.0 on August 22, 2017
Lovely home tucked away on a hill overlooking the river and downtown Astoria.
3.8 on August 20, 2017
Room was very comfortable, with great view and location. Would definitely stay again. Had a deck with water view, comfortable bed, large room and bath. Nice selection of hot beverages to pick from open coffee bar. Breakfast was plentiful and tasty. Jim n Vicki
4.4 on August 13, 2017
Very gracious hostess and a wonderful cook! Our room was light and airy with a very comfortable bed. Very quiet. Easy parking right out front. Not sure we'll get to Astoria again but if we did, we'd definitely pick this place to stay.
4.0 on August 04, 2017
Two sets of sisters, aunts & nieces, so enjoyed our stay. The central location is fabulous, walked to all the museums & river & trolley. Two nights of long talks on the porch and morning coffee looking at ships from the porch. Incredible gourmet breakfasts!
4.2 on July 30, 2017
Teresa was a great host and it was a nice pleasant stay. The room I was in was quite small however (banging my knee into the wall and furniture on multiple occasions when trying to walk around the limited space). The B&B is located between the bridge and the downtown - 5 mins walk either way. The place is lovely, but the street it is located on is a bit run down. (I did not know if I was on the right street as I was approaching the place. Teresa's hospitality makes up for it. Good place to stay for one night.
The Waterfront Room is our most spacious room and features a queen size metal canopy bed with down comforter, an antique gentleman’s dresser, a comfy chaise sofa, and a private bath. French doors open to your own semi-private deck with seating to watch the busy Columbia River waterfront and shipping channel. Decorated in soothing blue and white, with a cottage beach theme, you’ll be deeply relaxed and glad you chose us among the inns in Astoria, OR.
Our Tongue Point room is small but cozy. It features a queen-size platform bed with a firm mattress and down comforter, vintage accessories and a private bath with a neo-angle shower and pedestal sink. It is decorated in soft green tones and has antique floral prints and local historical prints decorating the walls. Looking out the east facing windows, you will have a view of the waterfront and of course Tongue Point in the distance.
The Column View room is located in the front of the house and is decorated in tan and black. It features a vintage iron bed with a firm gel foam mattress, down comforter and a bay window with antique setee. It has a private bath with claw foot tub and shower enclosure and pedestal sink. Looking east out the front window, you can see the Astoria Column lit up at night, making this a lovely accommodation in Astoria, OR. Additionally looking west over the neighboring houses you will see the red flashing beacon used by the cargo ships to navigate the Columbia River at night.
Portland, OR (PDX)
One block above Marine Drive (US Hwy 30). From either direction turn south on 4th street, go one block and then west on Bond Street. We are located on the right side, 2nd house from the corner.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Historical interests, Museum, National/State parks, Ocean, Performing Theater, River
Board games, DVD Player, Fireplace, Library, Movie library, Parking, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Microwave, Radio