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, spa, 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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