About Hillside Inn Bed & Breakfast

Annie Goldner, opened Hillside Inn as a B&B in 2002. Her plan was to create a warm, inviting bed and breakfast, full of color and whimsy that would be attractive to guests of ALL ages and ALL tastes. Built as a custom home in 1999, Hillside Inn reflects a traditional Craftsman style yet with the modern advantages of technology and energy-saving features. “I want the guests to feel this is a place to smile and relax. Visitors have said to me ‘you have thought of everything’. That certainly is my intent!”

Annie is a registered nurse and shows that special flair for personal attention and care for those staying at Hillside Inn. Breakfast is created to meet the requests of a broad selection of guest preferences: i.e. low carb, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, raw foods, American or European traditional.

Eco-friendly

  • All paper, plastic, glass and cans are recycled
  • Use NO PLASTIC BOTTLES for guest refreshments
  • Participate in the Blue Sky Renewable Energy Program
  • Well-insulated facility built in 1999 with eco-friendly construction materials
  • 3 blocks from public transportation and a bike rental shop
  • 3 blocks to a gourmet and vegetarian food market
  • Walk to town and city park and many bike and hiking trails

Healthy Menu

  • Buy local market fruits, vegetables and dairy
  • Strive for low carbs and low fat food preparation
  • Organic food products are preferred when available
  • Menu is flexible and planned to address special dietary issues (Gluten-free and vegan options)
  • Our guests’ health and wellbeing comes first in all the decisions we make in choosing which products and services to provide at Hillside Inn.
Hot tub included!

Features

  • Wireless internet
  • Central Air conditioning
  • Radiant-heat flooring
  • Guest laundry facilities i Heated towel bars
  • Comforting amenities: silky robes, luxury soap and lotions, Turkish towels