Boreas Bed & Breakfast Inn

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607 Ocean Beach Blvd. N.
Long Beach, WA 98631
(360) 642-8069
(888) 642-8069
(360) 642-5353 (fax)
Hours:
Open year-round.

About Us

Ocean-front Boreas Inn in Long Beach,Washington was once again voted Top 5 Best B&B on Seattle's KING-TV's NW Best Getaways for seven years in a row. With a Five Star "Hall of Fame" Trip Advisor read more
  • About

    Ocean-front Boreas Inn in Long Beach,Washington was once again voted Top 5 Best B&B on Seattle's KING-TV's NW Best Getaways for seven years in a row. With a Five Star "Hall of Fame" Trip Advisor rating, guests frequently note that it is true that the ambiance at Boreas Inn entices you to never go home again!

    Boreas is an enchanting, luxurious boutique B&B nested in the dunes of Long Beach across the Columbia from Astoria.

    The daily three-four course brunch included in your room rate, is skillfully prepared by Susie Goldsmith and Bill Verner, your innkeepers/chefs, from the local bounty.

    Each of the five guest rooms, all with private bathrooms, bath amenities, electric fireplaces, signature robes, flowers and chocolates, beckon you to stay nestled in the feather beds and fine linens, being lulled by the ocean sounds.

    The vistas of the ocean and open space are spectacular; the setting, picturesque and very romantic. Boreas Inn provides full concierge service including dinner reservations at top NW restaurants within five minutes of the Inn. The innkeepers have a separate residence steps away so guests have the ultimate privacy. The private trail to the dunes intersects the 8.5 mile paved Discovery Trail and the Long Beach Boardwalk.

    If you love sumptuous three-course breakfasts, glorious ocean vistas, beautiful surroundings and gracious service, Boreas Inn is your getaway! Check out the special packages online including the Elopement Package. Boreas Inn has the Best Very Private Hot Tub on the Beach!

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  • Directions

    A little over 2 hours west of Portland and 3 hours south of Seattle, a few miles north of the Intersection of the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean.