Tree Frog Night

"A B&B that is beautiful, not cute. You drive off Washington 542 into a cedar forest, leaving behind the speedy jangle of city and highway to be enfolded in a realm of quiet beauty. It's like sitting on the forest floor - but with every comfort. My room at the Tree Frog Inn was not only immaculately clean and well-ordered, but artful and welcoming. Everything in it had clearly been carefully selected and thoughtfully placed. The room felt like an extension of the forest outside its beautiful, large windows. I felt invited to make full use of the amenities of the Inn and very much appreciated the fact that it is maintained with an authentic effort to honor the environment and operate with small footprint--no mysterious chemical cleaning and disinfectant odors and even a compost receptacle. I sipped wine by the creek, slept beautifully, and would happily have stayed much longer if I'd had time. I will definitely return."
Janet, Inn guest

tree frog night

in a silver cedar forest --
a full creek accompanying
a tree frog chorus

My love and I listen...
as spring symphony
dreams flow
and softly sounds
of breathing slow

in our grateful

Written by Amy Cushman, who stayed here with us

The Forest Room

Photo of Flowers Forest Room Photo Forest Room Photo Forest Room Photo Forest Room Photo Forest Room Photo Follow the stepping stone path to this lovely, private tree-house-like queen guestroom surrounded by towering cedars. Though not as lavish as the suites, this guestroom, which rents in the style of a vacation rental, has its own special charm. Two private entrances, a curving entrance wall of fanciful inlays, your own covered porch with a rocking loveseat and bench, and banks of large windows on three sides looking onto flowers and forest, create a tranquil green sanctuary for your enjoyment. View the photo gallery of the Forest Room here.

Forest Room Photo The room is adorned with forest photos taken by your very own innkeeper, Kurt. The room is painted the red brown and spring green colors of the new tip of a Cedar bough. It has a queen bed, convertible twin futon chair (allowing for a third guest), and a beautifully tiled walk-in shower with an over head rain shower and body spray. This room has an area with a small oven, a microwave, a single burner, 1/2 sized fridge and basic cooking supplies/dining ware (though only the bath sink) plus a dining table for three, a comfy recliner, ceiling radiant heat, and a large glass and wood desk.

Because of its location on the property, this room is more exposed to sounds from groups staying at the Cedar Tree House retreat center next door, though disturbance is rare. The retreat center quiet hours are 10 pm to 8 am.

Daily housekeeping and breakfast are not provided with this room, as it rents as a vacation rental. On summer weekends, it is possible to join us for full 9 am breakfast in the house.

Tree Frog Night Inn, a B&B in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington