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A Big Red Barn Bed and Breakfast is located in the community of Woodinville, Washington, just North-East of Seattle, and close to Bellevue, Redmond, and Kirkland, on the "Eastside" of Lake Washington.

Our beautiful and unique bed and breakfast offers all the best a B&B can offer, without the undesirable elements of larger metropolitan areas. We are five blocks from shopping, restaurants, and theaters in downtown Woodinville, yet tucked away among stately evergreen trees and open green fields.

Our bed and breakfast has an illustrious and unique history. This building was, indeed, a barn, built in 1939 in the Gothic Gambrel style. This stunning architecture lent naturally to the decision to convert this massive 40 by 80 foot barn into a luxurious, rustic dwelling. Thus in 1965, then owners Ed and Sally Laiti redesigned the interior, creating four dormers: one on the north side and three on the south side.

Sorry, we do not accept pets of any kind.

Location: 16560 140th PLACE NE, Woodinville Washington 98072 Telephone 425-806-4646 Toll Free: 1-888-400-BA Fax 425-488-7446

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Seattle) 11th Avenue Bed and Breakfast
(Woodinville) A Big Red Barn Bed & Breakfast
(Freeland) A la Provence Bed and Breakfast
(Seattle) Amaranth Inn B&B
(Vashon) Angels of the Sea Bed and Breakfast
(Seattle) Art & Vincent's Guest House


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