May 15, 2018 Megan Becker
"Super clean, lady is really friendly and the house is amazing. Fiance said it was like being at grandma's house with good wifi! We had the Astoria column room. We had just climbed the tower and got this room without asking. You can see the column from the left window and the bed was so incredibly comfy. I didn't toss or turn at all when we stayed there. In the morning the owner made us some beautiful dutch babies and had fresh fruit, coffee, juice, etc. Honestly it was such a magical place to stay and it was so so quiet. 10/10 would reserve to stay again!!!"
May 15, 2018 Debby Haller
"The Crosby House was a wonderful place to stay to celebrate our 30th anniversary. The room we stayed in was very comfortable and peaceful. Teresa was warm and welcoming and an amazing hostess. Each mornings breakfast was unique and the food was delicious. Teresa takes note of what her guests need to ensure they have the best experience. The coffee room was another favorite with a beautiful view of the river from a covered porch. Should we find ourselves in Astoria again, we will be staying here!"
March 23, 2018 Carolyn Foster
"Cute three bedroom B & B managed by a friendly woman. Thanks Teresa for a wonderful visit."
March 23, 2018 Ed T.
"My Wife and I were on our way to Seattle and we wanted to spend a day in Astoria Oregon, the mouth of the Columbia River! This is a very busy port and the town really is very quaint and is not over crowded. A really nice place with a long and interesting history. Teresa and Ken have done a wonderful job restoring this beautiful two story house (with basement). It contains a lot of quaint antiques, and history of the city. They have an elevated view of the mouth of the Columbia and water front. At sundown you may have one of the prettiest views on the Astoria B&B circuit. Bring a bottle of wine you can walk to dinner no worries. Teresa cooks one of the best breakfasts in the world, thank you! And the company was very nice. Ken is an avid Astoria History buff and knows quit a bit of its history, and sounds like this really fascinates him, he is passionate about it and conversation is excellent. Very interesting and entertaining. He also paints local scenery and he only started doing this after retiring and moving to Astoria. This was a pleasant discovery and a great stay. we don't stay at B&B's very often because we like private bathrooms, and we got one at this B&B. The view at our rooms balcony was excellent. If we are ever in the Area again, we would not hesitate to book a room here. We left as friends of the owners. We love them!"
March 5, 2018 Linda Hollingsworth