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I am artist of texture and color. I enjoy working with textiles, mixed media and the graphic arts. I am an avid cottage gardener with a love for pass along plants and big fluffy pink peonies and pink roses. Many of my tangible creations reflect my love of the garden and all its wonderful colors. I have been selling my creations online since 2002 beginning as a hobby. After 10 years I quit the day job to pursue my art as a full time passion.

24 October 2010

A visit to the Historic Shelburne Bed and Breakfast

A weekend away finally....not that I should be taking off during one of my crunch times for getting my website ready for the holidays, but I have wanted to visit this Bed and Breakfast for ages....I first saw it in Martha Stewart's magazine I believe. I thought, geez this place is less than 3.5 hours drive on the beautiful Washington coastline. So I talked some good traveling friends into meeting my hubby and I for a getaway. We reserved several months in advance to get the perfect rooms.


We didn't visit the right time of the year to see this cottage garden in all her glory, I bet it was beautiful. But the herb garden was pretty and there were still many of the container flowers blooming. the upside to this visit-all the summer crowds were gone.We pretty much had the place to ourselves!




me in the gardens

my friend Georgienne on one of the many outdoor decks

I snapped a few pics inside....
there were many stained glass windows here!

great use of all the space!

below you can enlarge these pics by clicking on them to read the history of this Inn




Hope you enjoyed! I did.
I should add that the breakfast was quite yummy...I would certainly return!

11 comments:

LuLu Kellogg said...

Oh Debbi...what a beautiful place to visit! How relaxing that must have been. I am trying to catch up on my Blog visits wince I am over my busy time of year! Finally I can breathe!

LuLu~*xoxo

Unknown said...

Debbi, this is absolutely a lovely place and I know you're better for pausing during your busy schedule to take such a nice little trip. We need to rest and unwind to be effective.

Be well.

Heaven's Walk said...

What a beautiful B&B! My hubby and I adore staying in B&B's whenever we travel. So much more warm and intimate! Looks like you had a great time there!

xoxo laurie

Sherry Hicks said...

I jus tlove B and B's thanks for sharing the pictures. It does look beautiful and looks like you had a really good time! I love B and B's with history!!!
Sherry

Unknown said...

What a beautiful place to visit! There is nothing like a B&B. You always make friends there, it is just so intimate and personal! I will never forget one that we stayed in that had just one potty on the floor we were on! But the claw tub was soooo nice and luckily we were the only guests that night! Your blog is so fun! Thanks for visiting mine! hugs and smiles across the miles...

MiSala said...

Debbi, this is lovely place, thank you for the pictures... I want to go every day!!!

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, Debbi, this is purely gorgeous!!! Thanks so much for sharing all the pics with us...I bet you had a wonderful time...it looks so dreamy!!!! I love it all...amazing porches...wow! and that room upstairs..how precious!
XO
Cindy

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

This sort of lovely abode is exactly what I would expect you to choose to stay in. It is lovely and so old fashion.
It sounds as though you had a delightful time.
Warmly,
Mona

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Anonymous said...

Hi Debbie, So glad you got away for a B & B weekend. The place looks fabulous. Bobby G. and I did the same last week on our trip to New England. B & B's all the way. We loved every single one of them. xoxo

Tootie said...

What a lovely place. I can just imagine how peaceful it was there.

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