Cozy Room on a Small Sheep Farm

Bed & Breakfast - Private room · La Paloma Ln, Port Angeles, WA 98363, United States

Stay with us in a comfy and quiet guestroom and get a great night's sleep. Enjoy a farm fresh full breakfast in the morning ; eggs, herbs, goat cheese and scones, home made jam, coffee and tea.
Enjoy all the Olympic Peninsula has to offer and more!

The Space

Welcome to Pear Tree Farm in Port Angeles, WA.

Explore the magnificent Olympic Peninsula! hiking, kayaking, fishing, birdwatching, shopping, dining. Sleep in a warm, comfy, quiet,clean room. Enjoy a farm fresh breakfast of eggs, home baked goods, lamb sausage or wild smoked salmon (when available), local fruit in season.
Have breakfast in the dining room, your room or in warm seasons on the sunny front porch while bird watching!

The guestroom is lovely and clean, cozy and quiet.Decorated in 'shabby chic'. The bed is a double (full size) pillow top. (We have a single size roll away for extra guests as well.)There are plenty of extra pillows and blankets.There is a private bathroom with shower a couple of steps across the hallway, that's yours during your stay (there is a fluffy robe and slippers in the closet for your use). Lots of outlets for your electronic devices.
Lots of storage space, closet space and a table.
A flat screen TV with cable in the living room and WiFi for your devices.
Comfy wing back chair and lots of books to read.

Our home is a modular (OK, it's just another term for mobile home, you'll find we have upgraded it considerably) on 5+ acres of partially forested land, cross pastured and occupied by sheep, goats, ducks and chickens, and maybe a wild thing or two.

*PLEASE NOTE: We do have three cats that are both outdoor and indoor,
Although they are not allowed in your room, please be aware that they are in the house frequently in case you have allergies. We have two dogs as well, all our pets are obedient and respectful.

There is a handicap ramp in front and handrails in the bathroom. If you have any questions or need further description of the specifics please feel free to ask. We are in the process of making the home more handicap accessible.

I love making my guests feel at home. My friends and previous guests say they loved my fresh scones and homemade wild berry jams. We offer these as well as homemade breads, cinnamon rolls, cookies, waffles, french toast as well as farm fresh hen and/or duck eggs (you are welcome to collect them yourself if you like!)

We have a milk goat, if you would like fresh raw goat's milk we will take you out to the barn and you can learn!
We offer fruit and berries in season, and even homemade lamb sausage and smoked wild salmon when available.

Hot coffee, tea and goodies are always available. I also have a variety of fresh baked goods if you're in need of a treat.

Let me know if you have special dietary needs (Kosher, diabetic, vegetarian, GF, etc) and I will do my best to accommodate you.
We are close to Olympic National Park, Olympic Discovery Trail, beaches, Hoh Rainforest, the town of Forks, Ferry to Victoria, etc.

We are down a rural dirt road close to the junction of hwys 112 and 101, aprox 6 miles west of downtown Port Angeles.
We are only a few minutes from Fairchild International airport with links to Boeing field in Seattle as well as Victoria, B.C. and the San Juan Islands.

If you need us to pick you up or run you back into town or the local airport we will be happy to help.

We have two new bicycles you can use. We can take them downtown or a local trailhead for you to use and pick them up when you are ready to come back.

If you like to go for a walk you can check out the Olympic Discovery Trail near our house.

In the summer months there is a private garden on the side of the house where your room is where you can read a book, have a glass of wine, a cup of tea or coffee in solitude.
There is a hammock(during the dryer months) in a small wooded area where you can bring a blanket and take a nap.
If you are a birder you are in for a treat, we have bird feeders all around the property and attract many species of birds. Two pairs of binoculars and several bird and wildlife guides are available during your stay. Ask us for a list of the local birds.

There are gardens where we grow organic vegetables, herbs, berries, flowers, a greenhouse as well as wild forage for berries and mushrooms..please be careful to not eat the poisonous ones ;) (we provide guidebooks)

There are lavender farms in adjacent Sequim aprox. 45 minutes east of us. Visit us during the annual Lavender Festival! (mid-July)

Restaurants in town offer a variety of cuisines. From vegetarian to Thai, Chinese, Mexican, pub fare and Seafood.
There are many shops offering gift items and other items you might want to take home. I keep a basket of info for the shops, restaurants and other attractions available in the area in your room. Ask us, we love to try the local places.

We look forward to having you!

Guest Access

Living room, yard, kitchen, gardens, guest bathroom,
laundry area, front deck, back deck, greenhouse, chicken coop, herb garden, WiFi, DVD player, 42" flat screen TV in Living room. DVDs

Interaction with Guests

We love chatting with our guests. If you need your own space we are fine with that as well. :) We want you to enjoy your time here as much as possible. If you want to help with farm chores you are welcome. Most of our guests get a lesson in milking the goat.

The Neighborhood

We love living here, we are away from town, out in the woods mainly. We have several neighbors, all of them good, friendly people. We all watch out for one another and help each other from time to time.

Getting around

There is a bus service that picks up a mile from the house. And in town you can connect to numerous transports to Forks, Seattle, Port Townsend, and Sea Tac airport. We would be happy to give you a ride to town and if we can help you get to where you need to be. Fairchild International airport is only 7 minutes from our house, btw. Offering flights to Canada, Seattle and the San Juan Islands.

Other Things to Note

Please provide a full profile with a clear photo of you and your spouse/partner/friend, etc.
I am hesitant to accept those with no photo (or you as a tiny speck on a mountain side!) And I would like to know a little (or a lot!) about you: what you do/did for a living, what you like to do, why you are traveling to our lovely area, etc.
Our home will be yours for your stay, and we treat our guests as family.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2
Extra people: $10 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Price: $450 /week
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
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Cancellation: Flexible
Pet Owner: Dog(s), Cat(s), and Other pet(s)

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  • Adrienne and Jim were so kind, warm and welcoming. Jim is a hoot to watch playing with the animals, and Adrienne is a mother hen with a sense of humor. These two and their home were a great addition to our trip. We highly recommend their home to anyone looking for a comfy bed, good food, cute animals and sweet humans! Thanks for a wonderful time.

    April 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    Aww, you are too sweet! We sure enjoyed having you both, please come stay with us again soon!

  • My boyfriend and I had a wonderful stay at Adrienne and Jim's farm. The hosts were prompt to respond to email and phone, the location was great (near both Port Angeles and Olympic National Park) and the room was comfortable with everything provided. But the best part was meeting Adrienne and Jim, who were both sociable and respectful of our privacy, and meeting all the animals on their little farm. And we can't forget the delicious breakfast of fresh farm eggs and goat cheese. Hope we can return someday in the future!

    March 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    We loved having both of you, thanks for staying with us, and I hoe you will come back and stay with us again :)

  • It was a fantastic experience. The place was cozy and comfortable. Feel like home. Adrienne and Jim were the perfect host. Their little attentions made us feel warm. And we loved their friendly and lovely animals, they made us feel like we were the members in the family. Adrienne's home made breakfast were very delicious! Every thing is perfect! We definitely want to come again and stay more times with them!

    March 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    Thanks for the kind words Jialei, we loved having you stay with us, and hope you will come stay with us again very soon.

  • Adrenne and Jim were amazing hosts! We absolutely loved our stay in their farm; their house is beautiful, and they have the most friendly animals in the world!
    They have been really helpful for us. Adrienne is an amazing cook, we loved the delicious breakast with the farm products. Jim showed us the farm and the animals, we really appreciated it.
    They made us feel like at home, and had many lovely attentions for us.
    We wish we could have stayed more, and we highly recommend this place! ! :)

    March 2014
  • Adrienne and Jim were very friendly and considerate hosts. There knowledge of the area was a great help to my brother and me as we searched for land to purchase. They take great pride in their farm (rightfully so), and it was a comfortable place to stay. Adrienne is a great cook and shared her homemade sour dough bread and chevre cheese (both delicious), and even provided some sour dough starter for me to take home to my son, who is a bread maker want-a-be. For anyone who wants to experience a small operating farm that is not too far from area attractions, this is the place to stay.

    March 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    So glad you enjoyed staying with us. I hope you found what you were looking for and will be moving to our area soon! Living here has been the best part of my life. If you do please come and visit us!

  • My wife and I had a great time staying with Adrienne and Jim. The room was cozy, quiet and comfortable. They are the perfect hosts and we had a great time talking about our lives. Adrienne even baked us a cake as I had recently retired and it was perfect. Great memories and we have new friends with them both.

    February 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    You were a lot of fun, we miss you and hope that your search for the right place to retire brings you back to the Port Angeles, area! Happy searching and please stay in touch :)

  • Adrienne and Jim were such great hosts. They made us feel welcome and so at ease. We loved the cats, they were so entertaining and friendly. Adrienne is such a good cook, we loved the homemade scones and farm fresh eggs. This is a great place to stay and would recommend this for anyone stopping by!

    February 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    Dawn and Steve you were wonderful guests, please come back and see us again, the cats will perform for you anytime!! Hope you will come back and visit the Sol Duc falls too!

  • Jim and Adrienne certainly set the standard high for my first AirBnB experience. I stayed at their farm for two nights with a friend and from the moment we stepped in were welcomed with nothing but good cheer and detailed hospitality. It was the little things like catering our breakfasts to-go for our early starts/busy schedules (we were in the area to go hiking around Olympic National Park) while using farm fresh ingredients to providing a full set of toiletries and anything you might need in the rest room.

    Enjoy a warm home and night(s) of exchanging stories when you stay with Jim and Adrienne. I highly recommend them!

    February 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    Justin, you guys were awesome! Please stay in touch and come back again this summer when everything comes alive here and around the area! We would love to see you again, consider me 'Mom' from now on :) many blessings.

  • Jim & Adrienne were prompt with responding to my last minute request. Their place was quaint and we loved their band of animal friends. The humans (Jim & Adrienne) are lovely people. The room, bathroom, etc. was comfortable and clean. Adrienne also whipped up a delicious breakfast (scones, eggs, fresh goats' milk, jam, fruit, etc.) for us. They really make sure they provide whatever they can to make you feel comfortable (sharing company & stories, food, towels, soap, etc.).

    February 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    So glad you enjoyed your stay with us, hope you will come back again during the summer when the gardens are full of goodies and the pastures have baby lambs running everywhere. We would love to have you back again :)

  • Even though we came into town late and last minute, Adrienne and Jim were the sweetest and most accommodating hosts ever! they took us in and made us feel at home right away. they were so kind and shared a ton of knowledge about the area. Also, Adirenne is probably one of the best cooks in the entire world! We felt so lucky and so blessed to stay there. One of the best stays in my life.

    January 2014
    Adrienne & Jim
    Response from Adrienne & Jim:

    Oh, thanks!! :) we loved having you!! I am so excited to know that we will be neighbors soon and I hope good friends :), all the best in your move here and please let us know if we can be of help with your transition
    Blessings! ~Adrienne & Jim

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Pleasant Hill High, Pleasant Hill, CA, American River College,Sacramento, CA, studied art and painting
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Splash Signs, Murals and Creative Art (ret)
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My husband and I moved to the Olympic Peninsula 12 yrs ago from California where I had a sign business for 20+ years. I am a Washington native, my husband is from CA. We are both retired and now work the farm full time. We raise sheep, goats, ducks and chickens, grow vegetables, herbs and fruit. We have 14 sheep, 3 goats, 2 dogs 3 cats, 3 ducks and a lot of chickens. Retired from the sign business I now spend time in my art studio at home and also love to cook, garden, paint, craft, read and listen to music. I love to travel and have visited England, Scotland, Mexico, Canada, Alaska and Israel. If there is one thing I love that's spoiling my guests. If you stay with us you will be treated like friends and I will do my best to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We want our guests to feel loved and cared for.
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