Guesthouse Spotlight: The Nest on Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island’s western side faces the Kitsap and Olympic peninsulas. Situated on a short, quiet lane on this tranquil part of the Island is The Nest on Bainbridge Island, a lovely guesthouse that provides a respite of calm away from city, traffic and noise. In fact, the only break in the quiet might be a bald eagle, chirping birds or a boat passing by on the water below.
The Nest on Bainbridge Island is just a short stroll past two neighboring driveways to beach access where guests can explore sea life or just enjoy life on a beach. Other activities are also nearby, including one of Bainbridge Island’s best green spaces. An easy, one-mile walk will take you to Battle Point Park, which features a large duck pond, extensive walking trails, a huge jungle gym for kids and tennis courts.
Slightly farther afield (3 miles) is the public Meadowmeer Golf Course. Five miles away is downtown Winslow, Bainbridge Island’s city center, which boasts amazing restaurants, galleries and shops to investigate. For the horticulturalist, The Nest on Bainbridge Island is located about one mile from the famed Bainbridge Gardens nursery. Also on site is the wonderful New Rose Café, which is a great spot for lunch, a latte or cookie. Despite these many area attractions, many guests say that they would happily just stay in The Nest on Bainbridge Island without going anywhere else!
The Nest on Bainbridge Island is completely self-contained and private. The host and owner, Hilary L. Newberry, has provided an outdoor sitting area that includes a bistro table and chairs where guests can sit and enjoy the view while sipping a glass of locally-produced wine or enjoying a meal. “It is beyond our expectations!” is a remark The Nest on Bainbridge Island‘s owners hear frequently from their guests.
In addition to its tranquil location and nearby attractions, The Nest on Bainbridge Island is furnished with a very comfortable queen-size bed and a large sofa that can accommodate a third person. The guesthouse linens are made from 100 percent cotton and a high thread count. Guests are treated to a continental breakfast of coffee (regular and decaf), teas, milk, sweetener and a breakfast bread/pastry for each guest’s first morning. Of course, requests for additional food or wine are accommodated for an added fee.
To inquire about booking a stay at The Nest on Bainbridge Island, contact Hilary L. Newberry at (206) 399-8674 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.