We loved staying in the room at the top of the windmill. There was a great view, the room was comfortable and clean. The gift shop on the first floor was very cute and a favorite of my dutch husband. The location is also ideal, right on the main street of Lynden. The Dutch bakery was our highlight!
We stayed at the Dutch Village Inn approximately 19 years ago on our honeymoon night. Not much has changed since that time, this is still a quaint hotel in Lynden's historic downtown. Enjoy the spaciousness of Room #3 on the second floor with its king size bed and large jetted hot tub. There was also a complimentary breakfast at the Sidewalk Cafe included in our room rate of $110 US.
The television was a 19" set which we were sure was the same as it had been 19 years ago, but there were lots of cable channels. The mattress on the king sized bed was a little soft but otherwise comfortable.
Room #2 on the 3rd floor is a little smaller (as it is closer to the top of the wind mill. This room was $85 per night and has a hot tub and queen size bed.
Room #1 is on the top floor and boasts a view of Mount Baker.
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