Green Cat FAQs
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If This Is Your First Time at A Bed & Breakfast,

Here’s some answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Q: is breakfast included in the room price?  A: Yes.  Each room has a mini-fridge stocked with specialty coffee, teas, yogurt, bakery/croissants, dairy and almond milk, fresh fruit, local eggs – with a nifty 3-in-one breakfast/coffee/tea maker.  Or you can have the innkeepers cook you breakfast to order for 10.00 per person  Our b&b is special because guests also have access to a fully equipped guest kitchen!

Q: Does each room have a full private bath? A: Yes.  All rooms have either a full bath with shower or tub&shower combination.

Q: Do you accept pets?  A: Sorry, because of allergies of some of our guests, we cannot accept pets.

Q:  Is the door locked after certain hours?  A: Yes, late at night, but we’ll give you a door code and you can come  and go as  you please.

Q: Do you accommodate dietary requirements?  A: Yes, as far as we are able.  We offer vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free menu choices.

Q: Do you offer room service?  A: not in the strict sense of a hotel.  We don’t have a restaurant on site to prepare in-room meals, but we can bring a wine/sparkling cider&cheese basket to you.  We don’t provide maid service, but we do make your bed and freshen the room daily.

Q:  Do you have concierge service?  Yes.  We’ll be happy to make dinner reservations at one of our many fine restaurants (see THINGS TO DO PAGE), as well as spa and activity arrangements for  you.  There’s so much to do and see in our area!  

Q:  Will I need a car? A: Yes.  We are five miles from our nearest town of Poulsbo, and 25-40 minutes from the Seattle ferries.  If you’re arriving at SEA-TAC, the best bet is to rent a car at the airport.  The Green Cat is 90 minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma airport by car/passenger ferry, or if you drive up the west sound side of Puget Sound. See our “directions” page for driving directions to The Green Cat.

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