Comcast Neighborhoods – South Whidbey

Comcast’s Sabrina Register takes us on a whirlwind tour of just some of the many great things you can see and do on Whidbey’s southern end.

Sabrina Register begins as she introduces you to Langley, Whidbey’s “Villiage by the Sea.” From there she heads to one of the many farms that are often open to the public, “Paradise Found Fiber Farm.” There Mary Donaty tends her herd of alpacas and llamas, and weaves their fur into handmade winter wear.  (Note: since the making of this video, Mary no longer has an alpaca or llama herd.)

From there she heads to Spoiled Dog Winery, where you learn about the wines they make and meet the inspiration behind the winery name.

Pickles Deli is Register’s next stop. This deli is a great stop for visitors and locals. Take a sandwich to a nearby beach, munch out and feel the stress slip away.


She then heads to the island’s oldest winery, Whidbey Island Winery, where you can experience the full winery experience including summertime concerts.

Back in Langley, Register digs deeper into the area’s art community, talking withWhidbey Life Magazine publisher Sue Taves about why artists seem drawn to Whidbey.

But Whidbey isn’t just about local art, and Register shows us by taking visitors to “Music for the Eyes,” which offers rugs from all over the world.

She then features a South Whidbey Treasure, “The Inn at Langley.” Chef Matt Costelo explains that at Whidbey, “You feel like you’re hundreds of miles away (from the city) when you’re only 20.”

Greenbank Farm

Finally, she heads to Greenbank Farm, and shows off everything from the walking opportunities to pies, to wine and cheese. Visitors are very welcome at the farm, where everyone gets the chance to slow down just a little and enjoy life.