La Conner B&B Giveaway

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Lucky, lucky you.

The owners of Queen of the Valley Inn Bed and Breakfast, a charming historic farmhouse B&B in La Conner, Washington, are generously giving away a night’s stay to a lucky Northwest Cheapsleeps reader.queen-inn

To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment below. In the comment, tell us what you ate for breakfast this morning!

You may remember I wrote about Queen of the Valley Inn’s great “Financial Relief Package” a few weeks ago. Go soon – this special only lasts through the end of this month. My family spent a relaxing weekend at this B&B just after I wrote about it, and trust me – you won’t be disappointed. Shelly and Chris are fabulous hosts (and cooks!), their inn is family-friendly, and you will feel right at home. Well, except you won’t have to lift a finger!

Details: Good for one night, any single room. No black-out dates! Good 7 days/week. Expires 1 year from date of issue. Subject to availability, and advanced reservations required, of course. Value not to exceed $169.

How to Enter: To enter this March Giveaway, please submit a comment below. The contest begins today and ends on Tuesday, March 31, at 11:59 PM PST. We will choose one winner at random and notify you via email.

Rules: To enter, you must be age 18 or older. Submit only one comment per person on this post. If this is your first comment on Northwest Cheapsleeps, your comment will need to be approved before it is displayed. Duplicate comments will be deleted. Your email address is required when you post a comment but will not be displayed and will not be used for any reason other than to contact you if you win. Therefore, make sure the email address you give us is valid.

Good luck!

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65 Responses

  1. Chai with Almond Milk and Agave was my opener and then I had Nancy’s plain yogurt flavored with Lemon fish oil (nothing fishy about it), agave and topped with Millet Rice cereal. Two slices of Ezekeil’s raisin toast. More tea to wash it all down.

  2. I had Frosted Mini-Wheats…..same thing I’ve had for the last 5 days in a row! Can you say BORING?

  3. Breakfast was as usual, a delight:
    Organic rye flakes soaked in soy milk, topped with unsweetened coconut, cut up apple, organic raisins, walnuts chopped, whole re-hydrated cranberries, ground hemp seeds, ground organic flax seeds, 1 Tbsp organic cold-pressed flax seed oil, and….a few chocolate chips, served in a blue pottery bowl, made by a local potter! Following this, a toasted piece of sunflower rye bread made by a local bakery, with a Saskatoon berry spread.

  4. For breakfast this morning I reheated some calimari appetizers from last night’s dinner out with my sister, then, when heated through, I added a scrambled egg (her chicken’s!) with Dubliner cheese pieces, pepper and hot sauce…very tasty!

  5. As a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Executive Realty here in McMinnville, OR I stuck to the regimen. I had an almost cooked eggy sandwich on rye for our local health food store Harvest Fresh. Oh yes, and a cup of blonde coffee in a plastic mug and headed out the door. YUM!

  6. Wow, lovely to see so many commenters here! I had a bowl of home made granola with raisins and, of course, coffee, sweet elixir of wakefulness!

  7. I had homemade banana-pecan pancakes topped with soynut butter, a glass of skim milk, then a teecino in the car on the way to work. I’d sure love a B&B breakfast over a relaxing weekend, though!

  8. After stumbling out of bed this cloudy morning, I had scrambled eggs and coffee. I wonder what kind of breakfast they serve at Queen of the Valley Inn Bed and Breakfast? I hope to find out someday when I get a chance to visit LaConner, it sounds like an enchanting place!

  9. I had a bowl of Kashi Oatmeal with soy milk, half a banana and some blueberries. Also had some vitamins.

    Congratulations! This is a very clever idea. Love it!


  10. I have a chocolate Isagenix protein shake every morning. Today, I added half a banana and three frozen strawberries.

  11. Oops – re breakfast 14 – I forgot the main ingredient: plain Bles-Wold yoghurt, from central Alberta (Canada)

  12. I had greek yogurt with honey and chopped walnuts, and some peppermint tea. I love this blog! Not only do I get great info on PNW getaways, but I get ideas for tasty breakfast treats…and MAYBE a free night in lovely La Conner. Thanks!

  13. I had a large bowl of oatmeal, slightly sweetened with brown sugar, a drizzle of cream, and more raisins than most people like! To accompany this, English Breakfast tee.

    GREAT BLOG. Thanks.

  14. I’m hungry after reading all of these. Interestingly enough, the only thing I had this morning was freshly prepared carrot/apple/kale/ginger juice. And hot Sri Lankan tea.

  15. All these breakfast posts are making me hungry! I had a sip of coffe and toast with almond butter. I’m heading out for a run so I couldn’t fill up too much.

  16. I had a bowl of Kashi with soy milk and 2 large cups of tea. Got my energy going perfectly!

  17. Mmm, breakfast. I warmed up last night’s leftovers for breakfast today – carmelized onion sauce over lemon pepper pasta with sauteed brussel sprouts – and a dollop of plain yogurt on top!

  18. I made a parfait, I guess, with blackberry yogurt, apples, bananas, blueberries, grapes, watermelon, and granola – YUM, YUM ! But I am sure your breakfasts are BETTER ! ! Sure would like to try one !

  19. This morning for breakfast I made blue corn blueberry pancakes, with a recipe I recently brought back from a trip to Albuquerque. They were delicious as the firmer texture they provided mixed well with the two handfulls of blueberries I had defrosted earlier in the morning. My wife had the brilliant idea of freezing excess berries on a cookie sheet then bagging them. What a wonderful trick.

    We also enjoyed some fresh-squeezed orange juice, to which we had added a bit of tangerine juice left over from cooking a tangering chicken last week. A wonderful combination.

    Slices of real creamery butter, and a dollop or two of real Vermont maple syrup rounded out the meal. Along with some hot coffee, mine with cream, hers with Hazelnut creamer.

    Hope this whets your appetite to give us a night at the Queen.

  20. We had potato, onion and goat cheese omelette lovingly prepared by my husband to celebrate our wedding anniversary! We topped it off with a nice strong cup of tea and cuddle before he had to head off to work. Sure would have loved it if he could have the day off so we could relax at the beautiful Queen of the Valley Inn!

  21. I had the same thing I have had for the past 6 months – nice warm breast milk. I followed it up with a nice long chew on my play gym. I sure would like to win so I can treat my parents to a relaxing weekend away.

  22. My husband’s and my breakfast was a hash made from the leftover corned beef and potatoes from St. Pat’s day and some vanilla yogurt with sliced strawberries and blueberries. We both had a cup of tea.. Umm good!

  23. LaConner is a wonderful place! I took a short visit a few years ago to look for the Red Headed Woodpecker but to no avail! Hope I’m chosen so I can resume the search!

  24. I had 1 chocolate chip cookie, and the crusts off of my 18 month old twins toast. Oh- and 3 cups of coffee. “)

  25. Thanks, everyone, for participating! The lucky winner is commenter #24, Sara Hatch. Congratulations, Sara! I hope you enjoy your stay at the Queen of the Valley Inn.

    I will have another fabulous giveaway to post in a few days… stay tuned!

  26. La Connor is one of our favorite places to visit, especially during the tulip season. Great food and hospitality at the Calico Cupboard Cafe and Bakery in Old Town.

  27. I had a cinnamon roll and coffee and watching the Seahawks ! Can’t get better than that IF they could only WIN !

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