We spent Labor Day weekend at Glenacres Inn and totally enjoyed ourselves. We stayed in one of the cottages and our friends rented a room in the main house. The owners are in the process of renovating the property and doing a nice job of it. We were very pleased with the cleanliness of the property and the furnishings were very nice and gave the cottage/room a very "homey" feeling. The rates were exceptional for such a nice, clean place.
It is very centrally located to the marina, shops and winery. Steve, the owner, was very helpful in all respects. He was very knowledgeable about the area and gave us good information on places to eat and things to do in the area.
We were very pleased with our stay and it will be fun watching what changes they make over the next few years, as we fully intend to make Glenacres a regular stop when we go to the coast!
Liked the cleanliness of the room, fresh coffee in the morning, good cable TV and Wifi in the main house, comfortable bed. Deer graze on the property.
This is not a luxury B&B, but we considered it a great value and will be coming back again.
First time in Westport and decided to try to huge house on the hill -
Glenacres Inn. So glad we did! Slept like a dream - the bed in room
1 is fabulous. Can't wait to come back and try a different room.
The beauty of this Inn is that each room is different. The owners
graciously allowed us to check them all out while telling us the
history of the place.
Westport is funky and fun - the beaches are great. Westport is a
quick 2.5 hour trip from Seattle - so easy on gas, yet getting away
to my new home away from home! Great room rates as well.
Thank you so much for a wonderful stay. The Inn was exactly what we needed to rejuvenate our spirits. Steve thanks for your help in planning the remainder of our trip - your suggestions are great, hope we get to see them.
You've done a beautiful job creating a warm welcoming inn.
Loved the bed - never slept better. The room was super clean, the cafe space fun to hang out in with my friends who were also staying there for a wedding in town. We sat around the wood stove until late at night talking and then in the morning had coffee in another part of this grand house!
Prices are fantastic - (their website is being redesigned and are different than what is listed).
We'll be back - already have reservations for end of July!
This is a charming place, under construction by new owners. They are trying to fix many disrepaired areas that were there when they took over. The trees in front were not cut down by the Inns owners, but rather by the owners of that property. It is too bad, they were beautiful trees, but nothing the Inn owners could do to prevent that. Have a conversation with the owners and hear about their wonderful plans, and plan to return!
New owners are nice enough but seem more interested in having visitors finance their remodeling projects than actually running a B&B. There was no breakfast, which wasn't mentioned at the time of booking. Whole place was freezing cold and the woods it's supposed to be nestled in are huge piles of cut-down branches and dirt. We were in the annex, which has paper-thin walls and the occupants on either side had dogs that they left in the rooms while they went drinking. The dogs whined, howled and scratched at the walls for 5 hours before the owners came back. We weren't given a house key, so couldn't get in to find someone to complain to. Definitely will NOT be back.
If you look at the "tour" pictures on the Glenacres Inn site you will probably think , "WOW! But beware. The room that we stayed in does not contain the furniture as 'staged' in the photo and was in need of repair. Also, if you look for the inviting dining room as shown on the site which gives the impression of an inclusive breakfast, you will not be able to find the room OR the breakfast. Inside the hall of the Inn are 2007-2008 guides which state that breakfast IS included. We were told, after waiting over an hour, that this was "old" information. They DO have a larger dining room and a functioning kitchen but no food there either. Also, the heating is close to non-existent. The bedding consisted of one thin blanket and a very thin, insufficient quilt - no additional blankets anywhere. I had to place my coat over me to reduce the chill. The owners should have sprung for a few bagels or rolls, and extra blankets - or at least given a little more honest representation of the Inn.
The Inn has new owners who are doing major construction and repair. Consequently, there is no breakfast at this "bed and breakfast". It smells damp and moldy, and has huge water and fire damage stains in the hallways. Our room had a non opening window. The whole place inside and out can be described shabby or worse. Maybe in another 2 years it will be a splendid place because it does have potential, but right now (6/07) it is a dump. We refused to stay there and found a clean, bright room with a view at a chain hotel just down the road. The BBB should really check out this place.
I was there in 2003 for my grandparents' 50th wedding anniversary - my whole family LOVED it. The innkeepers were so very hospitible and the rooms are just darling. I can't say enough good things about Glenacres and I can't wait to go back one day!
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