Clementine's B & B is located in the Historic District of Astoria, one of many Victorian homes. This 1888 restored B&B is comfortably elegant with 5 rooms with private baths and views from second floor rooms. the adjacent 1852 Moose Lodge has suites for families and pets with kitchens and private common areas. Clementine's is walking distance to all of the great restaurants, shopping, and riverfront attractions. Complimentary breakfast is famous. We are a 5-year recipient of TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- Pet Friendly,
- Mountain or Water View,
- Complimentary Breakfast,
- Air Conditioning,
- Cleaning Station,
- Complimentary Water,
- Floor Pump,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Great place to stay!
We had an upstairs room - the Clementine. Lots of room and great view, small balcony. Breakfast was delicious. There was a huge cat that I loved to pet, reminded me of the ones I left at home. The grounds were beautiful, and the hosts were very helpful. It was a great place within walking distance to down town. Steep front steps but hosts helped with the luggage. I would stay here again if in the area.
Breakfast so Amazing it deserves Michelin ⭐️‘s
Clementine’s B&B is by far the best of the best. Breakfast is amazing; we had a quiche this morning that had hints of vanilla, cinnamon, and coriander, just barely noticeable for a blend of the most delicate combination of flavors, it was truly the best quiche I have ever tasted and Evon will share the recipe 😊 There was fresh fruit, mild Italian sausages, Greek yogurt, asparagus, a chocolate covered strawberry and the most delicious scones I have ever tasted. Did you know that scones shouldn’t be dry and crumbly? Evon’s were moist and rich with bits of nuts, craisins, and orange zest. It was by far the best breakfast I have had in the US. The rooms are well appointed, comfy beds, fluffy towels, courtesy robes, heavenly soaps and they do think of everything that you might need. Stephen is a musician and played his guitar by the fire pit last night with a courtesy glass of wine. We also heard him playing the piano so beautifully. This is absolutely “where to stay” in Astoria.
Nice room, nice amenities, great breakfast
We stayed here one night. We really enjoyed our stay. Our hosts were great. We got there in the late afternoon after a long drive and the wine and cheese really hit the spot. It was also nice conversing with fellow guests and looking over restaurant menus. Our room was old-timey and a bit crowded with all the big furniture, but it was cute. The bathroom was big. The breakfast in the morning was fantastic and it was, again, nice to trade stories with the other guests. The location is an easy walk to restaurants and brew pubs. We had no problem parking right in front of the B&B Some things to be aware of: It's quite a flight of stairs to get up to the main floor. We were fine, but know you'll be walking up. Our room was on the main floor which wasn't a problem for us, but when they're fixing breakfast in the morning you might hear some noise. The other rooms are up some more stairs, but I bet the view is fantastic. We would stay again.
My husband and I stayed at Clementine's for 2 nights at the start of our vacation in Oregon. Because we had an early flight from the East Coast and would arrive in Astoria earlier than Clementine's usual check-in time, Yvonne suggested that I call her as we got closer to Astoria. Yvonne let me know that our room was ready - the cheery Fuschia Room - and that it was fine to check in early. Our room had a small porch that faced the Columbia River, perfect place to see ships in the early morning. Yvonne and Stephen are wonderful innkeepers - outgoing, kind, warm, engaging, excellent cooks and hosts. They are a wealth of information about local restaurants and not-to-be missed sights like the Astoria Column, Ecola State Park, and Haystack Rock. Stephen shared his musical talents and enchanted us with his piano playing each evening. Whether you were in your room or in the common room next to the piano, the sweet melodies that emanated from Stephen's piano playing were the perfect way to wind down after a busy day of traveling, hiking and sight seeing. Thank you, Yvonne and Stephen., for your hospitality! We look forward to seeing you if we travel to Astoria in the future.
Fun and Relaxing Stay!
Took a slow weekday drive up the coast from North Bend, OR on our way to a weekend with friends in Portland, OR. Wanted to spend just one night in Astoria and Clementines looked like it would fit the bill.....Boy is that an understatement! I contacted Yvonne who agreed to waive the 2 night minimum and took our reservation without hesitation. We arrived shortly after the 4 pm check in time, rang the doorbell and...nothing. Called the number posted next to the front door. Yvonne immediatly answered (she was out back) and was there in seconds. We were greeted warmly, shown the home, given the usual breakdown of what to expect and shown to our room.....The Dahlia Room. It was PERFECT! Cozy and quaint with a small private balcony with that had 2 seats, a table and view of downtown Astoria and the Columbia River that was to DIE for. It was a short walk to through town to the waterfront where we enjoyed cocktails and dinner. Returned to the Inn where we met co-manager Steven and fellow lodgers the Kathys' from Wisconsin. We all sat down to a magical evening of wine, conversation and beautiful piano music by Steven. SUCH FUN! Stayed up later than planned and drank a tad bit too much wine but all worthwhile....such a fun time. Retired to our room, crawled into a very comfortable bed and slept soundly. Woke to the smell for fresh coffee wafting up the stairs, took a nice hot shower with plenty of pressre and drifted downstars where we met Jeff and Barb from Perth, Australia. Had a cup of joe with a fresh baked scone and granola with yogurt while waiting for the main course. The 8 of us sat down to a great breakfast prepared by Yvonne. It was like being with family!! Really one of the best times we have had in a long while. Very much looking forward to going back. Thank you Yvonne and Steven for making our visit on to remember.