C.C. Ranch, The

Enjoy this 3 bedroom, 2 and a half bath, 1,800 square foot cabin with family and friends. The fully-fenced and gated 1.25 acres is ideal for dogs. The grassy areas of the yard are great for pick-up soccer games, badminton, croquet, whiffle ball, Frisbee or any outdoor activity. The property features a small pond which is home to tadpoles, frogs, and ducks.

Useless Bay Beachfront Retreat

Sleeps 6 1 dog allowed Rates: Nightly: $175 – $325 Weekly: $1050 – $2275 UNIT #224 Escape to this paradise on one of the most desired beaches on Whidbey Island! This home is perfect for a couple or the entire family to enjoy beautiful beaches, sunsets, and all the amenities you need in a home away from home. Relax and … Read More

Frank and Pat’s Place

If you want fantastic sunsets, rest, relaxation, and the restorative call of the Salish Sea, come to Frank and Pat’s Place, right on Puget Sound at the old 1905 resort of Maxwelton Beach. This is a true Pan-Abode log cabin, each log is notched into the next without using nails — a unique getaway made of old growth yellow cedar … Read More

Island Movie Magic

It’s too early to leave the house yet, but it’s not too early to start daydreaming about it! While we binge watch our way through this time of self-isolation, the locations on the screen start to look pretty appealing. Here are some movies to get you through the cabin fever and help you plan your escape. No need to visit … Read More

Compass Rose B&B

This fine 1890 Queen Anne Victorian home, on the National Register of Historic Places, is now an elegant two room bed and breakfast, idyllically situated in Coupeville, the heart of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve.

Scenic Places to Photograph

From smart-phone selfies to rich studies of the textures of the land and sea, to snapshots of your dog on the beach, Whidbey and Camano Islands offer photographers the opportunity to create rich art, or just have a good time posting to Instagram.

Meeting Spaces and Natural Beauty

If you approach Whidbey Island from the north end you’re in for a special treat. Instead of lining up for a ferry you’ll drive across iconic Deception Pass Bridge, which connects Whidbey to Fidalgo Island and the mainland. The elegantly arched bridge is a breathtaking eighteen floors above the tumultuous waters that rush through the passage below. As you drive … Read More