Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby TCfrom Leavenworth
Eclectic and ComfyPosted Sep 17, 2014 on Hotels.com
My only negative comment was that it was a little hard to find. Thanks to the GPS on my phone, we were saved. The decor is very old fashioned French, but I grew to like it. The room has a mini kitchen with everything you need - microwave, coffeemaker, sink. Free dessert wine was a nice touch. The bathroom was almost too big - I've never seen an indoor tub that large!. Hostess was very nice and invited us to see the cooking class in the main house the day we checked out.
Recommendedby BBfrom Northeast
Auberge de SeattlePosted Jul 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
This place would appeal more to someone interested in the cooking classes offered and the wineries in the area. For me, the room was too crowded with things to be comfortable and was also very pricey. It was a nice quiet location with beautiful grounds, just not the right place for me.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
One night at the AubergePosted Jul 21, 2014
Pros: The owner Nancy has put a personal touch on everything. It felt like I stepped out of time into some forgotten place.
Cons: The coffee pot was broken but Nancy quickly remedied the problem with a fresh pot of coffee from her own coffee maker. The water closet fan is LOUD.
Location: It's about 5 miles from Woodinville which like going to wine heaven and a very good Distillery too. Very cool town!
While touring Woodinville I decided it would be a good idea to get a room nearby and get a cab because the festivities that were taking shape during day were sure to evolve into a great night on the town. The honeymoon suite was the only room available and I went ahead and took it. After we arrived Nancy greeted us and showed us a wonderful room complete with a king bed, a jetted tub for two and huge shower with two shower heads. I would love to have the bathroom at my own house. Well, we checked in at about 5 PM and forgot about the festivities in town. Tucked back in the woods off the beaten path this place is a great getaway. Super relaxing without a care in the world we chilled for the rest of the night. Nancy brought some orange wine that was very tasty followed by a really amazing rice pudding. The next morning she brought fresh baked pastries for breakfast. Yum!
for Everyoneby Sherry and Rofrom Ann Arbor, MI
Lovely Inn, delicious baked goods, beautifulPosted Jun 12, 2014
We'll always reserve at Auberge whenever in Seattle--and two blocks from my son's home.
by MPfrom Oregon
Hotel within reach of the wineriesPosted Oct 24, 2013
Pros: The woodland setting and the grounds are lovely. The housekeeping staff was charming. The warm breakfast treats were delicious.
Cons: The rooms and furnishings, indoor and outdoor, need care. They seem over-extended, not uninterested in guests' comfort. A few woodland mice.
Location: Wineries are close.
The owners are really nice, but our room (really a suite of rooms with bedroom, bath, kitchen, living area) needs some serious updating. They have a lot on their plate with the large grounds and a cooking school ... but it's time for the room maintenance and furnishings to be cared for.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
very private.Posted Aug 26, 2013
we enjoyed our stay....no fresh flowers as stated....The morning breakfast was just crossants...I guess I expected a hot meal since it was known for their meals.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice quiet secluded French InnPosted Jul 18, 2013
Pros: It's a very unique place for a "get away."
Location: Wine tasting
Accommodations were comfortable. Croissants were delicious. The grounds are beautiful. Hostess was very helpful.
for Business Travelersby ho jooungfrom san diego
Posted Jun 16, 2013 on Hotels.com
내집 처럼 편안하게 지낼수 있었고 공기 좋은 숲속을 즐길수 있어서 좋았으며 맛있는 디저트 와 아침 빵이 너무 맛있었음
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Melissa
Bed and breakfast, not a hotel...Posted Jul 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
If you are looking for a nice bed and breakfast, this is it. If you are looking for more of a hotel, this is not it. The owner and proprietor is very nice and welcoming, but I felt like I was staying in a grown daughter's room. I'm not a B and B person, so I was a bit uncomfortable, especially since my tv somehow stopped working and it was silent except for the voices of the owners down the hall. My room looked at first as though all I had between me and the main house was a curtain. The owner later that night closed a door between us, thank goodness! I almost felt as if I were trespassing.. The breakfast was lovely warm croissants, freshly made brought to the room.
by Davefrom Washington
Overrated and DisappointedPosted Jul 11, 2012
Pros: The in room spa/tub.
Cons: It's overpriced and receiving emails I received from the owners, if I could have cancelled without forfeiting my purchase my expense I would have.
Location: This Bed and Breakfast is 10 bedroom with a chalet theme but difficult to locate, even with the help of directions and GPS.
This Bed and Breakfast is a 10 bedroom with a chalet theme but difficult to locate, even with the help of directions and GPS. It's a chalet theme facility on well manicured lawns, gardens, and wooded grounds. We arrived at approximately 3:45pm and after parking we were unsure where to enter and eventually going through the patio doors (WRONG#. When we finally located someone, was greeted with "Checkin is 4pm and our room wasn't quite ready!" even though we were the ONLY COUPLE spending the night - REALLY!!! The bed is extremely firm and the fruit was at least 3 - 4 days old #the banana's were dark spottedand apples were dried out#. Your served in your room a very nice latenight dessert but breakfast consists of croissants instead of traditional breakfast. Cold cereal and coffee or tea is available in your room also. This facility needs to decide if their going to specialize in being a B and B or giving French Cooking Classes.