Please let us know if you have
any food allergies or sensitivities.
Gluten Free by Request
Self Serve Breakfast available anytime:
Fresh Bread, Yogurt, Cheese, Fruit, Granola,
Coffee, Tea, Milk.
Hot Breakfast served between 7:00 and 8:00 AM.
All of the above: and/or
Pancakes or Waffles
and Farm Fresh Eggs.
Guest Wi-Fi is available
There is no cable TV
Each room has a USB outlet for phone charging
Watch the milking at 6:00 AM, in season.
Visit the goats, anytime.
Collect eggs in the morning.
Enjoy Pi—our Farm Collie, who absolutely adores everyone and will gently welcome you.
The two cats, Ginger and Nutmeg, may or may not acknowledge your presence.
Guests are welcome to join us for dinner
in our fellowship room.
Please let us know if you would like to attend so that we can set a place for you.
Check In and Out
We need time between guests.
We can generally accommodate your schedule.
Let us know when you will arrive,
and when you need to leave.
We accept cash and credit cards.
Guest Parking in the Driveway
No Smoking or Vaping on the property.
Pets by permission only.
Front Door is Locked at night.
Quiet after 9:00 PM.
You are welcome in the kitchen, fellowship room,
and gazebo anytime.
A Little About
$85 Per Night
We offer you a cozy private suite with a kitchen, private bath, queen size bed, and a full-size futon couch/bed. You can walk or ride your bike right across the lane to the new
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for more information and reservations
Upstairs Rooms with
$50 Per night per room
Tim and I got married in 1997. I had been operating a Bed and Breakfast in Blaine at the time, and Tim had a pellet stove business. Together, we started figuring out what to do with the rest of our lives and all of our entrepreneurial energy. We had both been commercial fishing in Alaska previously, for more than 20 years. We wanted to create a business that would compare to commercial fishing and so we decided on dairy farming, with goats!
We made soap and lotion, sold it at the Bellingham Farmer's Market, and then moved to the mall after the Farmer's Market season ended. People soon began to ask us if we made cheese. We didn't then, but after realizing that people wanted it, we got the license and started to make it. Then came bottled goat milk, yogurt, and kefir. As the dairy business grew, we had no time or room to continue with the Bed and Breakfast business, and we needed a bigger farm!
So we sold the little place on Drayton Harbor that had been my grandparents' home, and moved to a larger farm on the Birch Bay Lynden Road in Custer, Washington. The dairy business continued to grow alongside the soap and lotion business. Eventually, the two split. Tim's son, David, took over the dairy business, Grace Harbor Farms.
To get out of David's way, Tim and I bought This Place in Sequim where we relocated the soap and lotion business which is now called Grace Harbor International. This Place is just what we needed to get a Bed and Breakfast going again--a big old farmhouse in one of the best locations in the world for people to visit.
So here we are! We still have goats; we still have the soap and lotion business; and now we have room for guests! We would love for you to come stay at This Place.