January 11, 2018 Mary Elizabeth Nugent
"I recommend this B&B highly. Teresa will spoil you with warmth and food. She provides all the charm of breakfasting and home with each room charmingly decorated. Ken quietly provides inspiration with his art -- with it's hidden historical additives and whimsical joy of life. Astoria is a wonderful town and Teresa and Ken create a lodging experience to enjoy for short stay or long. (Note: each day our breakfast was served on different antique china settings....how many days does it take to see all her patterns?- challenge question for quests!)"
January 11, 2018 Andrey Ivanov
"My wife and I love staying at bed and breakfasts and this one definitely made it to the top of the list. Clean, friendly and great food by Theresa!"
January 11, 2018 Theresa Sartwell LaFrance
"This was our first experience with staying at a B&B....it won't be our last. Teresa & Ken did a fantastic job restoring this classic home. The bedrooms are wonderful, the beds comfy and each bedroom has it's own bathroom. The breakfast both mornings were absolutely delicious. The location is within walking distance to many Astoria attractions. The city is changing, way more tourist friendly. Thank you for making our weekend so special. Looking forward to staying here again next spring."
November 10, 2017 Kay Adele Cooke
"We loved our recent stay at the Crosby House in Astoria. It is in a great location for walking downtown and enjoying the cute shops, restaurants, the waterfront walkway and trolley, and the Sunday market. Street parking is free and plentiful. It is also very convenient for driving down the Oregon coast to Seaside or taking the bridge across to Washington to explore the Long Beach peninsula. Teresa is a wonderful host and her breakfast can't be beat. We were there for three nights and the food was amazing, along with the beautiful table settings and dining room that overlooks the water. The decor throughout is also charmingly Victorian but the furniture is comfy contemporary. We really enjoyed the upstairs beverage room where we could have coffee/tea/hot chocolate whenever we wanted, or a glass of BYOB. There is a small micro and fridge available. The covered deck with colorful cushions on rattan furniture was lovely for morning coffee and evening happy hour where we used the binoculars to watched water traffic and hoped to sight a whale. We also used the downstairs living room area for relaxing, watching TV and movies, and computer work using the wifi. We had the "column view" room. It was a nice-sized room with super comfy bed and linens. The bath was modern Victorian and as clean as could be. We come to Astoria occasionally and will definitely stay at the Crosby House in the future!"
September 15, 2017 Heather Dunlop