One of my friends, Carol Miller, is the owner and operator of Everett’s Bayside Bed & Breakfast. Located off Rucker’s Historic District, the Bayside Bed & Breakfast offers a great location for people needing a night(s) stay who are in town for Boeing, the Navy, hospitals, and/or any other profession that requires a close location to work.
Being built in 1897, the Albert D. Austin House is a prominent feature on Rucker and the interior design takes you back in time with original hardwoods, large open windows, 9ft. ceilings, crown molding, sitting rooms, and a huge fireplace for those cozy nights. I have spent some time out there and have to say the Bayside Room is my favorite. Not just because of the great Puget Sound view, but for its space and private balcony. No one would serenade me nor want to hear me serenade someone else yet it would be worth a shot since its pretty romantic. Or, just take in the evening sun and sunset over a drink or cocktail.
From a guy’s perspective, one of the coolest attributes to Bayside B & B is the bar. Not content with your standard bar, Bayside’s bar has a separate building with that vintage bar feel and is complete with TV, pool table, poker table, neon lights and open air windows. Pretty darn cool and its available to rent for parties and game days – would be a nice spot to rent for tonight’s Seahawks’ Monday Night Football showdown against the Packers.
For the lady folk, the interior design and exterior atmosphere are relaxing and peaceful with many sitting areas for that perfect book, to take in the view, and/or just have a quiet place after a long day of work. The rooms are nothing short of quality and with names like Serenity, SeaScape Room, Sunset Room, and Bayside Room who could resist the temptation to pamper one’s self. Check it out if you need a room in Everett as I’m sure you will not be disappointed.