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Reviewed 14 November 2013

Just about 3.5 hours south from the Seattle area, Astoria is a lovely, small town get-a-way on the mouth of the Columbia River. We couldn't have asked for better "digs". Judith, the B&B owner/proprietress was a gem; making us feel entirely welcome. The other guests, equally charmed by our common circumstances engaged in pleasant conversation in the mornings in the parlor as we drank coffee, hot chocolate or tea served up by the kitchen staff. Both days breakfasts were yummy. Tasty and well-presented, first a frittata and fruit followed by a blueberry wellington pudding in a cast iron skillet on day two. Our cooking class was more suited to the novice cook but the dinner, a chicken dish with pearl onions and cherry tomatoes was very tasty and we were all glad to have the recipe for it. Combined with a simple rice pilaf and excellent green beans...It was delicious and satisfying. It was a great weekend...Thanks for the wonderful time Judith!

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 November 2013

My daughter and I stayed in the Clementine room. It has two beautiful beds with feather comforters and pillows. The antiques and decor were amazing and the room was very clean. Judith makes the most scrumptious breakfasts and we were treated to Dutch babies, frittatas, pumpkin bread with homemade plumb jelly, and the most delicious coffee. We took the cooking class and learned how to make wonderful chicken and vegetables in parchment. The inn is close to downtown and my daughter and I walked there each day. Judith is warm and inviting to her beautiful inn. We will return often!!!

Room Tip: There are stairs to the Clementine room.
  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 November 2013

I can't count the number of times I have stayed in Judith's charming inn. Romantic weekends, girls trips (with dogs!) and road trips when the kids were small. Never am I disappointed! From the warm, romantic and 'just shabby enough' room décor, to the sumptuos gourmet breakfasts, Judith creates the most relaxed, informal and welcoming experience. Do yourself a favor and make this a must-visit. Clementine's is an experience you do NOT want to miss!!!

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 November 2013

We had a living social for two nights and a cooking class.we went down from Seattle with another couple. It was a full house and we had a blast. Chef Judith serves wonderful breakfast including frittatta's, blueberry scones, fruit ,individual dutch baby pancakes, sausage, and fresh made coffee and orange juice. Our cooking class included 10 of us staying there and was so fun. The men cooked not just the women. Everyone seemed to get along quite well. The house is very nice Victorian, each room is individually decorated. Our room had a lovely little balcony but the weather was not permitting use of it. The location is great for walking around town hitting the museums and shopping. We found a fun brewery restaurant, as well as a great coffee house and bistro/bar that had live music Saturday night. The town has really changed from 30 years ago when last there. Its kind of a hipster vibe with a lot of upscale galleries going in and antique shops. Judith and her helpers are just lovely, say hello to Liam her lovely German Shepherd, such a sweetie. We are already planning a spring trip.

  • Stayed: November 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 23 October 2013

Judith, the owner, was very nice and welcoming. The rooms were gorgeous and very clean and the breakfast was amazing! The location to the town was perfect, walking distance to everything, which made it nice and convenient. An overall wonderful atmosphere and I would stay there again!

  • Stayed: October 2013
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