3 thoughts on “Windvane”

  1. If you’re looking for a more modestly priced B & B that’s quite pleasant and homey, take a look at Clark’s Chambers on Clark Road in Sequim. The four guest rooms all have great views (Bob’s room overlooks the Strait and on a clear day you can see Mt. Baker), there’s a living room, “TV room,” good sized dining area, and a wrap-around covered porch. It’s on the oldest working farm in the state of Washington, the Clarks are wonderful hosts, and as local as you can get. The rooms are not as spacious and high end as Geo. Washington but they are very nice, comfortable, clean, and I’d have no hesitation about putting my family there. We stayed there in July and will return next month. It’s $90 a night, including a delicious family style breakfast. Their website really doesn’t do it justice. Go take a look!

  2. Thanks for your kind remarks about the inn. We’re happy to rent the entire inn for family gatherings in the off season. We had our whole family together (17 in all) last Christmas. What a memorable time it was to have all the grandkids together with our four children and their spouses. Each family was able to have their own space and it made the perfect setting for a family reunion.

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