This is a very pretty little bed and breakfast inn surrounded by flower beds and hanging pots. The country style rooms are small but very comfortable with gas fired fireplaces it was too warm to use, alas. There were two enormous cookies waiting for us chock full of dried fruit and nuts. We later used these as a "trail lunch" in Mt. Rainier. The morning breakfast is served in a charming, country style breakfast room by a sunny and cheerful server. We, being early risers, were the first ones down when they opened up at 8 am. We had yogurt with granola, topped with berries. There was a good sized slice of cinnamon strussel bread on the side. We also had an egg stratta with spinach and potatoes topped with a creamy sauce and tomato and zucchini. My husband said there was also ham in it but he must have gotten all of it because I didn't taste it in my portion. No matter, it was ample, tasty and filling. Neither one of us could quite finish it all but we sure tried.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wild Iris Inn is a short drive from Seattle and Vancouver, but "miles away!" Our 18-room inn is designed with your comfort in mind. 12 of our rooms are suites with jetted spa tubs, king beds, fireplaces, and outdoor decks/patios with fabulous views of the Cascade Mountains. Our 6 casual guestrooms feature king bedding & private baths. Regardless of the room you choose, you will love the Wild Iris Inn! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Wild Iris Hotel La Conner