The Islands of Orcas, San Juan, Lopez, Camano and Whidbey
The Islands region encompasses Orcas, San Juan, Lopez, Camano and Whidbey Islands. The pace of life here is more relaxed, with nature, art, sport, and fun sharing a scenic stage. Hundreds of artists create and gallery their works in the Islands. More active offerings include whale watching expeditions, kayaking, paddleboarding, tide pool treks, and hiking in some of the world's most beautiful landscapes. The challenge is to remember to relax and enjoy your escape to the islands.
Inns in this region
Argyle House Bed and Breakfast, an original Craftsman design home, was built in 1910. It is one of the few Friday Harbor homes that still retains its original charm and character. Located two blocks from downtown Friday Harbor. Dogs and children are welcome. Enjoy our lovely gardens and hot tub.
A Destination Bed and Breakfast Inn with panoramic water views of Puget Sound, Camano Island & Mt. Baker. One mile north of the seaside village of Langley. " Unwind, Settle-in and Relax". DISCOVER NATURE in an atmosphere reflective of the seasonal moods of Whidbey Island. "Whidbey Island "...a close in escape from city life.
Enjoy old-world charm in this one-of-a-kind Inn located in the heart of historic Friday Harbor. Relax in your private hot tub, take in the views of the harbor, or curl up in front of your fireplace. The Inn has six fully furnished suites including well-stocked kitchens, sleeping 2-10 adults and extended families in comfort. You’ll be pampered with delicious gourmet breakfasts delivered to your door. Our bikes and kayaks are available complementary to tour the island by land or water. Spend the day cavorting with Orcas whales, kayaking, zipping through the island's interior or hiking at one of two National Park sites. The Inn specializes in group travel, retreats, weddings and family reunions. Pet-friendly.
1907 Craftsman inn, fun antiques, delicious breakfasts, romantic garden hot tub, central location. Enjoy birds and other wildlife. Outstanding reviews & awards. King anb Queen beds. Surprise your sweetie with a romantic getaway. For guests 12 & older. No smoking/pets on property.
Our elegant 9 room waterfront Inn and restaurant has been thoughtfully upgraded to a contemporary standard of style and comfort, and yet still has that countryside peaceful feel. With serene
PEACE. PRIVACY.PAMPERING. Luxurious log cottages for two on Whidbey island. Enchanting originals in private settings on 25 acres of forest. Each of the cottages is unique, but all have the niceties of a small home including Jacuzzis, Fireplaces, TVs, DVDs, kitchens and country antiques.
A stunning, natural setting. Monet would love the view.--An upscale French-Country B&B located on the finest birding pond and rural forest in the San Juan Islands. Close to hiking trails and lakes of Moran State Park and Mt. Constitution. An upscale and eco-friendly inn. Seasonal Specials.
Just 5 mi from Langley,"Something Special": 4 charming suites, view of Useless Bay, Puget Sound shipping, Olympic Mts. Private entrances,baths, jetted tubs, K, Q, T beds, Fireplaces, Kitchens,WiFi,CableTV. Country Continental Breakfast ensuite, Homemade treats. Garden, HotTub. Donkeys.
This graceful and comfortable inn offers seven bedrooms, each with a private bath and decorated with a blend of fine antiques and contemporary pieces. In addition we offer the very private Orchard House with four spacious bedrooms, each with full baths and private decks.
Set in the seaside town of Coupeville, The Blue Goose Inn offers spacious, well-appointed rooms in neighboring historic Victorian homes built in the 1880s. Beautiful views, scrumptious full breakfast, and plenty of friendly service; within walking distance to the waterfront, shops, and restaurants.
The Anchorage Inn Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian Inn, located on beautiful Whidbey Island, in Puget Sound, Washington. The Anchorage Inn is located in the historic town of Coupeville, overlooking picturesque Penn Cove. Coupeville was home to many of the Northwest's sea captains during the late 19th century.