Country elegance just outside a tourist town known for its Norwegian roots.
A welcome escape from Poulsbo’s cute bakeries and quaint boutiques, this turn-of-the-19th-century farmhouse sits on the edge of town on 25 acres of farmland, gardens and woods. Since it’s located about an hour from Seattle, it’s popular with wealthy east-siders looking for a weekend getaway and a hearty farm breakfast. Its pretty setting also makes it a favorite for weddings. All of the guest rooms have private entries and baths and are individually decorated with antique French country furniture. Most have king or queen beds and feature their own, small sitting areas. One of the sunniest rooms, the Pig Room, has a queen bed, fireplace, sitting area with two wing chairs and a porch overlooking rolling farmland. Other rooms are equally romantic. Juice and scones can be delivered to your door in the morning or served with breakfast. Hot tea and cookies are offered every afternoon in the Drawing Room.