A Cascade View B&B in Bellevue Washington
A Cascade View B&B Bellevue Seattle Washington Bed and Breakfast Inn Lodgings Accommodations


Hosts: Bill and Marianne Bundren

Bedrooms: 2

Address: 13425 NE 27th Street, Bellevue, WA 98005 USA

Telephone: (425) 883-7078,
Toll Free: 1-888-883-7078

Fax: (425) 702-9326

Activities/Attractions: Founded in 1869 by William Meydenbauer and incorporated as a city in 1953, Bellevue spans 31 square miles between Lake Sammamish and Lake Washington. Bellevue is the largest city on the Eastside, and the fourth largest city in Washington state. To the East are the snow-capped mountains of the Cascades, to the south, Mount Rainier dominates the horizon, and to the north, Mount Baker marks the proximity of the Canadian border.

Kelsey Creek Park has hiking trails, a playground and a barnyard zoo. A Japanese garden honors Yao, Bellevue's sister city in Japan. The Bellevue Botanical Garden in Wilburton Hill Park offers demonstration gardens and a 1/2 mile trail through native forest, meadow and marsh.

  • Only 45 minutes to Snoqualmie Pass for Summer picnics and winter skiing
  • Our proximity to many locally based international companies is a real plus for business travelers seeking our home-like comfort
  • Shopping is moments away at Bellevue Square and numerous specialty shops and antique malls
  • Close to wineries, lakes, golf courses and all of the city sights and activities of Seattle
  • Bellevue Botanical Gardens, nature trails and parks are all nearby for peaceful strolls

"This is the first time in my life that I've ever felt sad to leave a place I've stayed at. It shouldn't be so strange since you two treat your guests like family.  This, above all, makes your home the best."

"We really enjoyed our visit to Seattle, and our stay at your Bed & Breakfast has been the icing on the cake."

"You have a lovely place! We spent two weeks traveling through Western Washington and staying at B&Bs and small inns - this place was the best! And the piano music was an extra treat! Best of Luck."


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"Thank you very much for your warm hospitality. We enjoyed the clean and beautiful Rose Room. The garden view and mountains are great. It was even greater than the pictures in your web site."

"Thank you for a really wonderful stay and a taste of home away from home. Thanks for all the extra little touches that made me feel as if I really belonged."

"Had a lovely stay at your home - great company and excellent directions. Get in touch if you come to Victoria."

"Thank you for a wonderful, relaxing stay at your home.  Our 10th anniversary was the best anniversary we've ever had.  Thanks for helping to make it so special. We had a great time. Thanks Again."

General Information: A Cascade View Bed and Breakfast is nestled in the quiet and beautifully wooded Bridle Trails hills of Bellevue, Washington. With a panoramic view of the Cascade mountains in the background, and the rose scented garden in the foreground, your private room offers a retreat from the grind of the city and business.

A variety of Northwest birds are attracted to the carefully landscaped acre on which this contemporary home is situated. The spacious Garden Room features the quiet elegance of:

  • a luxurious queen size bed
  • firm and supportive mattress
  • downy duvet
  • full, in-room bath
  • cable TV
  • gas log fireplace
  • separate patio

The warm tones and soft touch of the Rose Room are equally suited to cold Winter nights or balmy Summer evenings.

  • cozy, rose decorated comforter
  • antique dresser
  • finished oak secretary
  • white enamelled queen sized bed

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)

$125/night plus tax (Garden Room)
$110/night plus tax (Rose Room)

Your accommodations include a full breakfast (we also raise our own chickens for the freshest eggs in town! )


"This was our first B&B experience, and instead of staying in some cold hotel, we found the comfort of your home and your warm personalities the highlight of our trip. The true comforts of home:  great breakfasts, comfy bed, soft towels and a warm atmosphere. Thank you for a great experience."

"Thank you for your wonderful hospitality, your interest in us, and for making us feel like we were living at home."

"I feel so blessed to have found this wonderful place with such wonderful hosts. You both brought joy to my visit which was stressful at times. It was nice to have such a warm, friendly place to return to at the end of my day. I hope to be back in May - who knows - maybe next time I'll just stay."