A beautiful inn, so comfortable, peaceful and quiet. Incredible breakfasts and dinners--the hostess is a marvelous baker (apple pie and marionberry crumble for desert!). A great place to kayak just outside the door. The nearby wildlife refuge is the most beautiful place I've been in years. We're so glad we went!
Sweet place ! Very clean and tidy. Our favorite thing was our butler "Carlton " he greeted us even before Kathleen made her way to meet her guests. We missed having breakfast as Kathleen was working from home Mondays and Tuesdays the two days we stayed. The local restaurant was not opened until 11:00, we ran 7 min away to Cathlamit, had breakfast at The Spar, great food friendly people! Local folks say Kathleen's breakfast are epic!
The building has been thoroughly modernized, with plenty of electrical outlets and fire sprinklers. The en suite toilet and shower are very modern and work well. The breakfast was delicious. The bed was comfortable. This was my last night of a 6 day bicycle tour. A refreshing change from a motel.
super cute B&B we stayed in the apartment which was perfect for my family walking distance to vista park and the cute tiny town we absolutely loved it here! the apartment had a mini kitchen but you could order breakfast if needed. the owner was very attentive and accommodating. the grounds were very maintained and inside was decorated very tastefully. I was very impressed!
We have been going to Skamokawa as a getaway from the city for almost twenty years. We have stayed several times at the Twin Gables Inn right off the highway and just blocks from the Duck Inn, the local restaurant. Kathleen is the owner operator of Twin Gables. She is gracious and generous. The Inn has a very old-fashioned flavor---the rooms are named for two sisters from the town's past. The rooms are well furnished with comfortable beds, a luxuriant shower a reading table and chairs looking out on Skamokawa Creek which flows past. Kayaks are common as that is a popular activity. On arrival, excellent shortbread awaits in the room, and there is water for tea right outside the door. The place is quiet and a favorite activity is to sit on the long verandah and read. Breakfasts are delicious and Kathleen has many out of the ordinary recipes. We were treated this time to lemon ricotta french toast, thick tasty bacon, fresh fruit and juice, and coffee. We have never been less than impressed with the food. Near the lodging is a white-tail deer refuge along the Columbia. It is very flat and lends itself to biking and walking. We have seen bald eagles up close on past visits and many other sights--birds, deer, fish---abound. We love going here-- it's just a hop from home. We will go back.…