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This was our first stay at the Inn and we really enjoyed it. The room was clean, large and comfortable. The balcony felt private and the view was fantastic. The service at check in and out was great. The breakfasts were quiet tasty. This was...More
Superb rooms. Modern and updated. Spectacular views of Saratoga Passage.
The staff are AMAZING and made all the difference. Friendly. Outgoing and always pleasant to help you out.
Great location. Parking is very tight.
Request a third floor room as there are no elevators.
Inn was nicely designed, comfortable, clean, with an excellent view of the Puget Sound. The breakfast provided was excellent and the staff both helpful and courteous. The island had many interesting places to explore and the town of Langley was quaint, boutique with a few...More
Family recommended this place and it did not disappoint. Beautiful location, views and wonderful unique food. Highly recommend if you have the opportunity to spend a night or two on Whitby Island / Langley.
The Inn has been in Langley for many years and it just fits with this charming town. Perched on the eastern shore of Whidbey Island overlooking the sound, it is very picturesque.
We stayed in one of the two cottages, which are adjacent to the...More
In addition to the above, think about parking your car at the Coupville ferry landing and walk on the Port Townsend Ferry to Port Townsend. Great Victorian town with a lively waterfront, great shops and Victorian homes. I... More
In addition to the above, think about parking your car at the Coupville ferry landing and walk on the Port Townsend Ferry to Port Townsend. Great Victorian town with a lively waterfront, great shops and Victorian homes. I believe all of downtown is on the National Historical Record.
On Whidbey I would add Ft. Casey and in Anacortes Washington Head Park which is at the end of Fidalgo Island past the Anacortes Ferry Landing. You can walk or drive the loop around the park.
Don't know how much time you have so here is the most important to see in order. Deception Pass (do not miss), Mt Erie ( you drive almost all the way up and the rest is a stroll not even a hike. Port Townsend can be a day itself.
One last piece of advice. When traveling anywhere on Hwy 20 absolutely drive the posted speed limit. This stretch is notorious for speed and radar traps.
Hope this helps. Enjoy your trip.