Eagle's View Bed & Breakfast, LLC 206-246-4754 or 888-476-3746

Rated as one of the top 10 best views in the world for 2011-2012.  Click here to see the review!

We finished renovating Eagle's View in 2010. Our Seattle area Bed and Breakfast is located above the beautiful Seahurst Public Beach Park on the Puget Sound (an inlet from the Ocean). We have a spectacular view from our 400 foot vantage point with secluded romantic areas and quiet natural surroundings. We are offering just two rooms so your stay will be very private and cozy. You can hike down the public trail to the sandy beach below or just sit on the deck and view the Olympic Mountains, sailboats, passing ships and soaring eagles. Enjoy watching the wildlife and weather changes as you relax to the lapping waves and the smell of our cedar trees and garden flowers. Are you thinking romance, anniversary,  birthday, honeymoon, girls weekend, or quick getaway? Are you a business traveler looking for peace and quiet while you prepare for the next round at the office? Click on the following links for: Discover-Burien, Seattle, or the beach below us.

If you would like to stay in beautiful natural surroundings instead of lodging in a Seattle hotel, this just might be the place for you! Seattle hotels can be noisy, so why not come 9 miles south on our lightly traveled 509 freeway that starts in Seattle and ends here in the small town of Burien?  Eagle's View B&B is located a mile from the Burien Bus Terminal and 4 miles from the lite rail system. You can park for free and then take the bus or lite rail system to downtown Seattle and forget about dealing with the traffic and the parking.  We would be more than happy to help you plan your trip.




We offer a romantic vacation environment in a park setting with all the comforts of home for an amazing romantic getaway.  If you are planning your honeymoon we would love to pamper you and send you in the direction of your personality. We have lots of choices nearby including wine tasting tours, hikes in the rain forest, lazy days at the beaches, ferry rides across the Puget Sound, exploring the mountains, beautiful nature drives, kayaking, whale watching, sailing, and great restaurants. Honeymoon couples will be amazed at how romantic Seattle's skyline is at night.  There are so many ways for you to experience once in a lifetime memories here in the Seattle area. Let our 29 years experience guide you to a romantic honeymoon experience and the most romantic vacation imaginable!

October with fog burn off - Can you see the tug boat in the early morning fog?


Olympic Mountains zoomed in a bit! Bring your binoculars for bird watching or borrow our telescope to check out all the sites.

Lodging in a hotel in Seattle can be fun, and you will definitely be in the center of all the activity, but if you have never stayed here at Eagle's View Bed and Breakfast there are many differences.  As a pilot for a major airline, I have spent years of my life in hotels and have had many experiences with the noise associated with them. You will not be disturbed by sirens, motorcycles, or trucks going by outside your window. You won't hear any noisy vending machines, late check-ins, lounge music, shouting in the halls, elevators, vacuum cleaners, or noise from the room next door. We are located deep in Seahurst Park at the end of the road in a cul-de-sac a mile from any busy streets. You will probably hear the waves lapping on the shore below if you leave your bedroom windows open.




Enjoy the active shipping lane right out your window.

Early morning in July

August Sunsets are just off the Ferry dock on Vashon Island.

If you travel on business this is a fantastic environment for you to relax and recharge. We have wifi access on the deck and both wifi and hard wired internet access in your room.  You can elect the no breakfast option for an additional 30 dollars per night savings and stock your refrigerator with things you like. Check the specials tab. We have a fax machine, printer and laptop available for your use.


Sunset in June

November with fresh snow on the Mountains


Come Saturday and watch the sailboat races around Vashon Island.





October 12, 2010



The following morning - always beautiful to wake up too!



We rarely get snow in the winter because the Puget Sound is always 48 degrees, but this was an unusual sunset in January of 2010.



January 2011



Bad weather used to bother us when we lived in a track home, but now we look forward to watching it dance across the water! This was a thunderstorm that was gone in an hour and then the sun broke out with deep blue sky overhead and that clean fresh smell of air.



April 2013



This is one of the Eagle's that live in the park that we back up to. The Eagle is sitting on our tree directly behind our house with an "Eagle's View" on our B&B.  They are often seen soaring over the ridge line we live on. Teri captured this picture with our little point and shoot camera in April of 2012 and she just found their nest in May of 2013. Come watch them feed their little eaglets from our spotting scope on our deck!

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