A Cottage Creek Inn Bed & Breakfast in Redmond, Washington, is a splendid secluded country retreat situated on 3.5 acres of wooded, natural Washington "dreamscape." Convenient and centrally located only minutes to MICROSOFT, NINTENDO, DIGIPEN, AT&T,and CONCUR Technology, A Cottage Creek Inn is the PERFECT accommodation for Corporate business travel or tourists. If you're looking for a tranquil weekend, "romantic getaway", or in town for Holidays or weddings, this secluded and private setting will be a delightful way to spend your days. This charming European Bed and Breakfast is a perfect destination for Honeymoon Lodging with several points of interest nearby i.e., the Wdnvl Wineries, Mount Rainier, Snoqualmie Falls, & Bellevue Botanical Gardens. Only 30 minutes to all attractions in Seattle. The nearby gazebo offers a shaded respite under which to view the occasional blue heron or deer visiting this oasis of nature, or enjoy the quiet solitude at the edge of the wooded nature trail. The gazebo offers both a wonderful, quiet and restful getaway, or a very romantic setting for picnic lunches or evening dinners for two (either picked up or delivered). This charming Bed and Breakfast is a European style English Tudor, in which four guestrooms are offered for your comfortable accomodation.
5 on October 02, 2013
This was such an oasis for us after the crazy busy days running around Seattle. It was great to come and just relax. Even though you were close to the city it felt like we were far away in the country. The garden, creek and walking paths were the best! This place served the BEST french toast in the world! The dishes were elegant, the ambiance was fabulous. It was so memorable! We will come back for sure!
5 on August 01, 2013
We stayed at Cottage Creek Inn for two wonderful nights, the atomosphere was delightful, the weather was wonderful, the host and hostess was cordial and charming,the food was very good,( recipes to take home), beautiful rooms.I would go back in a heartbeat.
5 on June 13, 2013
June 2013 ~ You turn off the large main road, drive through the opening in the tall line of trees, across a little wooden bridge over a clear gurgling creek, and you know you can slow down and relax. The grounds are magnificent and sprawling, trees and flowering shrubs framing manicured lawns, a waterfall, lily pond, and a fairy-tale forest to explore; little sitting areas tucked into nooks here and there to stop and take in the beauty. We stayed in the Blue Heron room, which was not huge but perfectly comfortable and sufficient for my husband and me; the bathroom was spotless, up-to-date and spacious. Breakfast was a feast! Jeanette, Steve, and their niece Jen (who was there for part of our trip while Jeanette and Steve were out of town) were warm, friendly and welcoming. Thank you so much for your hospitality, and the extra kind touches. We highly recommend this cozy, charming retreat!
5 on May 22, 2013
We had never stayed here before and we were expecting the run-of-the-mill B&B with tiny rooms and even tinier bathrooms. Wow, were we pleasantly surprised! This large Tudor home is beautifully decorated, right down to the original oil paintings by the resident artist. Our room (the Blue Heron) was filled with antiques that were actually functional, the beds and pillows were extremely comfy, and the bathroom was spacious and MODERN! Now THAT'S what I'm talkin' about! No dinky little closet conversion here! And the breakfasts were fantastic! Jeanette even worked around my husband's lactose-intolerance and made a wonderful french toast recipe that used orange juice instead of milk. Can't wait to go back!
4.8 on February 17, 2013
We enjoyed our brief stay at the Cottage Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast. The rooms were all unique and nicely decorated. The rooms were spotless and the bed was very cozy and comfortable. The innkeepers, Steve and Jeannette, were very friendly and down to home and the breakfast they served was delicious! We would defintely stay there again if we find ourselves in the area.
4.6 on December 15, 2012
Steve and Jeanette made me feel right at home. Clean, comfortable, and reasonably priced - places to stay in the Redmond/Kirkland area are almost non existant. I had a one night stay in the Herron Room, and it felt like home away from home. In the moring, Jeanette cooked me a full breakfast, complete with fruit cup, coffee, and orange juice. I showed up as a stranger, and left with a couple of new friends. I will definately stay there next year when I travel over for my annual Engineers meeting. Thanks again.
5 on October 03, 2012
Having stayed here once I would love to stay again. The room we stayed in was beautiful, and the house itself was a romantic tudor style that made you feel like you were far away from the world! The location was perfect to get into redmond or woodinville, and the grounds were beautifully kept and inviting. Breakfast was delicious and served with smiles and laughter by our hosts, Steve and Jeanette. I highly recommend this as a place to stay for special getaways!
4.8 on September 23, 2012
My daughter and I stayed at Cabin Creek Sept 8-10, 2012. We loved everything about our stay. The bed was very comfortable. The walls must be really thick because there is very little noise of other people coming and going. The food was delicious . I especially liked the Fletchers bacon they had. It was the best I ever ate. Jeanette and Steve are friendly and Steve is a wonderful artist. I loved the picture of the deer in the dining room! We would return again if we go the Washington again.
5 on September 03, 2012
This place was perfect... beautiful setting... lovely hosts... delicious and varied home-cooked breakfasts... I'd go back in a nanosecond.
4.4 on August 27, 2012
We enjoyed the night at Cottage Creek Inn. The back yard ad the trail were nice. The breakfast was awesome.
Small town, Suburban, Wine country
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 30 miles
Drive East on Highway 520 until it ends and becomes Avondale Rd. N.E. Continue (North) on Avondale for 3 miles and turn left into our driveway at 12525 Avondale Rd. N.E. Highway 520 can be accessed from I-5 and Highway 405. I-90 travelers can take 405 North to the 520 interchange and proceed East on Highway 520.
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