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  • Boatyard Inn

    The Boatyard Inn is located in the charming seaside village of Langley on Washington State’s Whidbey Island. Although just an hour’s drive from downtown Seattle, the Boatyard Inn’s tranquil beachfront setting makes the city seem a million miles away. Every room celebrates the magic of the sea, with each featuring Read more [...]

  • Captain Whidbey Inn

    The Captain Whidbey Inn is a 110-year-old landmark hotel located on the western shores of Penn Cove near Coupeville on Whidbey Island. Constructed from the island's timber, the inn offers an idyllic getaway and waterfront or garden views. Options range from the original rooms in the main building, to rooms in the lagoon building to private cabins.

  • Coachman Inn

    Voted Best of Whidbey for 10 years, the Coachman is a cozy haven just minutes from the ocean on beautiful Whidbey Island that offers the perfect mix of Old-World hospitality and New-World comfort. The inn holds a AAA Three-Diamond rating, the highest possible. Amenities include: Complementary Hot Breakfast, Seasonal Pool Read more [...]

  • Country Cottage of Langley

    Enjoy a romantic getaway in one of six private cottages on a bluff overlooking Langley. Relax by the fireplace or in your own spa admiring the view. Each cottage has its own private deck entrance so you can enjoy a romantic weekend of secluded comfort. Breakfast is either on your Read more [...]

  • Coupeville Inn

    The Coupeville Inn is a charming French Mansard style inn located in beautiful downtown Coupeville just a block from the historic Coupeville Wharf, the Island County Historical Museum, antique shops, boutiques, gift shops and numerous fine restaurants. Rates: $110 – 250 26 rooms – Kids are welcome.

  • Eagles Nest Inn

    Whidbey Island life is easy going, down to earth and a real change of pace. Here at the Inn with its unique octagon shape we offer views of Saratoga Passage, Camano Island & Mt Baker that create an intimacy with the Nature. Most of our guest rooms offer views so private that to draw Read more [...]

  • Fort Casey Inn

    History and nostalgia unite in romantic patriotism in these cottages originally built for officers stationed during World War I at Fort Casey. Military accents softened with a feminine touch decorate these cottages that can sleep up to four people. The two-bedroom homes can sleep up to six people. The Inn Read more [...]

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