Innkeepers David Campiche and Laurie Anderson take pride in The Shelburne Inns deep roots, which date back to 1896. Of the various restoration projects theyve spearheaded, the Inglenook Room might have the best backstory. In 1983, they began to transform the restaurants dining room into a lounge and adorned it with art nouveau 19th-century stained-glass windows that were rescued from a church in England before it was razed. Anchoring the Inglenook is a piano they named Gloria, after a long-time guest.
At the acclaimed Shelburne Restaurant, seasoned chefs whip up Northwest-inspired fare made from local seafood such as Northwest cioppino ($25) and dungeness crab cakes ($25), served alongside artisan breads and desserts made at the inn's bakery. For a more casual meal, head to the adjacent Shelburne Pub for David's mussel chowder ($8), a 30-year staple at the inn. The innkeepers have even posted some of their favorite recipes online, so you wont have to mail home the mushroom frittatas and reverse engineer them in your kitchen.
The Shelburne Inn boasts 14 guest rooms and suites, each decorated individually with antiques such as stained glass, claw-foot bathtubs, and fangirl posters of Edith Wharton. Dont sleep in too late, or youll miss The Shelburne Inns complimentary gourmet breakfast, which so moved a St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter that he proclaimed, "The Shelburne is to breakfast what the Louvre is to art.
The Shelburne Inn is located in the small town of Seaview, which sits on Long Beach Peninsula, nestled between the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean. The peninsula is home to 28 miles of sandy beaches and quaint seaside villages populated by antique shops, bookstores, and galleries.
Long Beach holds the distinction of being the most northwesterly leg of Lewis and Clarks transcontinental journey. You can trace the explorers footsteps on the nearly 9-mile Discovery Traillocated a short distance from The Shelburne Inn. The trail re-creates the scene Lewis and Clark described in their diaries, replete with an 18-foot gray whale skeleton and a bronze statue replica of a beached sturgeon. A life-size bronze tree honors the pine that Clark once inscribed with his name and the immortal words Eat it, Magellan.
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