Bed and Breakfasts
Franklin Street Station Bed & Breakfast Inn
The Franklin Street Station Bed & Breakfast Inn was the home of ship builder Ferdinand Fisher in 1900 and has served as a bed and breakfast since 1986.
With six handsomely decorated rooms, guests can choose from the following: the Majestic Suite with its gorgeous views of the Columbia River and an old-fashioned queen canopy bed, the Enchanted Haven with its antique windows and private bath, the Starlight Suite with its telescope and wet bar, Magnolia Retreat room with its antique bed and arched windows, Sweet Tranquillity room with its private balcony and private bath with a clawfoot tub, and The Hide-Away suite with its own separate entrance, kitchen, dining area, and private bath with a shower.
Amenities include a cozy living room and seasonal breakfast that can be served in their formal dining room or in one of the suites.
Local attractions include the famous Astoria Column, Flavel House Museum, Fort Clatsop, or the Fort Columbia Maritime Museum. Guests may also enjoy charter fishing, hiking, and swimming.
1140 Franklin Street
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