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We took my son and his Lady (Seattle based) to this Inn for two nights last week... We timed are stay to insure we could participate in the Chefs Dinner (available on certain days)... We booked two top floor rooms for the best views... All...More
This was our second visit. We stayed three nights in a corner room (recommend as there are king beds in the corner rooms and I believe queens in the rest). Pluses: amazing view, lovely rooms, great breakfast, free passes to the movie theater down the...More
Lived in seattle area my whole life and never thought to go here, boy have we missed out. This place is a true treasure. Classy, Northwest flare, rustic but polished. It's the ultimate relaxing and easy to get to get away. They also are very...More
Fantastic visit to the Inn at Langley.
We had a corner room with an incredible view. Room really nice, although not luxurious. Had a loud upstairs neighbor and the really well trained staff all saw us and apologized, etc. Made us feel very well cared...More
Beautiful corner room with fireplace overlooking the water.
Friendly staff, very clean. But the very best parts were the fabulous breakfasts (they even happily accommodated my food allergies) and the beautiful gardens out front.
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.