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
Most delicious breakfast
We stayed at Clementine's for a night after a long drive from Seattle. Judith was warm & welcoming when we arrived. Our room was quaint with the most comfortable bed and decent bedding. The bnb was in a great location with nice restaurants/shops in walking distance. The best bit of our stay was definitely having breakfast with Judith & other guests. The blueberry scones were amazing and we enjoyed finding out more about Astoria (and the Goonies!)from Judith.
Amazing hosts, breakfasts and setting!
Judith and Stephanie are wonderfully attentive hosts who went out of the way to make our stay comfortable. The house is beautifully inviting and impeccably clean. The breakfasts were phenomenal - we were treated to the flakiest fresh-baked scones as well as a salmon hash full of vegetables. Bruno (the handsome fellow pictured) and his canine companion, Liam, are unbelievably well-behaved and sweet tempered. They provided a great ice breaker for meeting other guests and a soothing way to wind down after a day of taking in all Astoria has to offer.
This B&B is actually two houses side by side located a block away from the historic Flavel mansion museum. Parking is on the street and the houses sit on steep lots so there are many steps to negotiate with your luggage just to get to the main floor. Three of the rooms are upstairs with many more steps. The inn is very quaint with comfy chairs and sofas in the front parlor with a piano opening directly to the breakfast room and kitchen. There is a lovely garden with seating as well. A very large low key Mainecoon cat named Bruno is usually found in the parlor. There’s also a large German shepherd who makes an occasional appearance. Our room was very quaint and the bathroom was quite large. The sink was good sized as was the shower. A magnifying mirror on a swing arm next to the sink was appreciated as was the electrical outlet located there. There was also a powerful room heater for chilly mornings. The bed was comfortable but took up much of the room and there was no closet- just a row of hooks on one wall. The inn has WiFi but no TVs. One of the electrical plugs in the bedroom was nonfunctional. Breakfast was splendid with a fresh baked quiche fruit yoghurt brownies granola scones and fresh orange juice. Our host entertained us with playing some of his original compositions on the piano after breakfast. Very enjoyable experience.
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.