Friday, September 23, 2011

The Perfect Getaway...pictures alert


J and decided to postpone our honeymoon since we had so much going on the weekend of the wedding. J chose a bed and breakfast in Pacific City, Oregon that was beautiful, romantic and sigh....wonderful.

Sandlake Country Inn was our romantic hideaway. We were pampered and treated like special guests the minute we arrived.

This was the beautiful entry to bliss. There were snacks, tea, cookies, and coffee, homemade and delicious.


As we walked into the sitting room, there was sounds of classical music playing. The owner was a talented violinist that had played in quite a few symphonies and she had a great collection of classical music.




We had a sitting room, a kitchen and our private suite with a deck off of the bedroom.

Every morning, there was a knock on the wall giving us the okay to head to the landing to pick up our four course breakfast in a basket. The food was delicious!

This breathtaking view was a mile from the B&B. This is Pacific City's Haystack Rock.












We ended our trip at the Tillamook Cheese factory where there was plenty of cheese and other goodies to taste.

Aside from me having an asthma attack the second day we arrived at the B&B, it was a memory that will last forever.

In fact, I think another trip there is in the works for our first anniversary.

19 comments:

Dawna said...

Beautiful place..
It must be wonderful to share a romantic getaway with someone you love..
lovin the pics!

Formerly known as Frau said...

Worth the wait!! Such a beautiful getaway....and memories to last a life time.

Have a wonderful weekend!!

Leslie Payne said...

B&B's are such a treat but I always want to relax, not have to get up and dress to go to the breakfast table. But you all had Breakfast in a Basket, how wonderful!

Stacy said...

Oh my goodness....you're married!? I can't believe how long it's been since I've visited your blog (hanging head in shame). Well, first things first....CONGRATULATIONS! I wish all the best and a lifetime of happiness. :)

The inn is gorgeous! It looks like a place I'd want to stay at and never come home from.

Brian Miller said...

nice...this looks like and incredible place...on a get away right now...at the beach to surprise my wife...

Ina in Alaska said...

Very charming! Thanks for taking us along, you both look so happy!! I have always wanted to come back & visit beautiful Oregon- visited Portland many years ago & loved it.

PS I answered your Termination Dust question over in the Comments at my blog. Have a happy weekend Simone!

Mari said...

What a beautiful place! I'm glad you were able to get away to celebrate and how fun to look forward to a return trip!

Nezzy said...

I'm embarrassed to say I'm kinda with Stacy here. See what I've missed over the summer?

Married??? Well girl, a big old Ozarks CONGRATULATIONS is in order and open your window 'cause I'm sendin' a load of hugs to go with that!!!

It looks like the perfect spot for two...what a charmin' place.

Have a glorious weekend sweetie!!!

blueviolet said...

What a perfectly beautiful place to celebrate your wedding. :) I'm glad you had the chance to get there even though it was a little delayed. That place was worth the wait!

Anonymous said...

Pacific City is our favorite place to go, lots of beautiful walks on the sand in front of the Haystack rock..Love Tillamook Ice cream factory, their ice cream is so yummy..the b&b looked great, romantic and the breakfast in the basket makes for a really neat breakfast time..congrats on your marriage, looks like your hubby knows how to spoil you indeedy! enjoy enjoy enjoy..much love and happiness..

Joanna Jenkins said...

Minus the asthma attack, that sounds really perfect, Simone. I'm a big fan of B&Bs-- They are so charming and memorable. Glad you two newlyweds had fun.
xo jj

PS I'm in Palm Springs this weekend and it's a nasty 108 degrees-- I don't know how you lived here.

Sweet Tea said...

"Quaint." Love that word and it goes so well with the B&B you stayed in. What a lovely get-a-way. (sorry about the asthma attack - Yikes!)

Veronica Lee said...

WOW! What a beautiful getaway! You look so happy Simone and I'm so glad for you!


Yeap, it was my first visit to London and I loved every second of it!!

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

All the romance and charm you could wish for on a honeymoon. I'm so happy for the two of you, Simone!!

Deidra said...

So beautiful! I like the part about the knock on the wall for breakfast. How fun!

Lin said...

How lovely! I can't think of a better place for a honeymoon. :) Much happiness to you both--you certainly deserve it, pally.

Liz said...

What a great honeymoon!!! Do go back for your anniversary. It will be even more special!

I love the breakfast basket idea.

Buckeroomama said...

Oh, Simone, thanks for sharing the pics. What a lovely place! So happy to hear that you had a wonderful romantic getaway with your husband. :)

Annesphamily said...

What a terrific trip that must have been! You are such a beautiful lady! You and your honey look so relaxed! Hugs to you both! Anne

 

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