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Boreas Inn
607 N Ocean Beach Boulevard [ Long Beach, WA ] | ph: (888) 642.8069

Voted "Best B&B/Inn for Kissing" by the Arrington B & B Journal, Long Beach's Boreas Bed & Breakfast Inn is an impeccable choice for a romantic getaway. It is located in Long Beach, Washington, on the beautiful, historic southwest Washington Coast. Come visit the place where almost 200 years ago, Lewis and Clark ended their long journey west. Just three hours south of Seattle, the oceanfront inn has five unique suites, each tastefully decorated and with private baths, and gorgeous views of the Peninsula's natural terrain. Visit dramatic lighthouses, go antique shopping, just fly a kite on the beach, or just spend private time together in the cedar-enclosed therapeutic hot tub nestled by the ocean dunes. The Boreas' luxurious amenities include comfy hypoallergenic featherbeds, fabulous ocean views and gourmet breakfasts prepared with local seafood, wild mushrooms, and garden-picked herbs. For those who choose to venture beyond this cozy retreat, a private, landscaped path leads from the Inn to the ocean, where guests can walk the gorgeous coastline or the Long Beach Boardwalk.

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