Admiralty Inlet on
Whidbey Island ~
Torch lilies and California poppies bloom in late Spring, but every season has its own palette.
From the front door, trails lead to miles of nearly-deserted beaches and hundreds of acres of forested wildlife habitat, hiking and biking opportunities. Walk, bike or drive the 2.7 miles to the shops, galleries and eateries of historic waterfront Coupeville. Located within Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, Coupeville is surrounded by scenic prairies, farmlands, vistas and beaches, and is dotted with Victorian homes. The Keystone ferry, which leads to Port Townsend and the Olympic Peninsula, is an easy bike ride or short drive away.
Your accommodation includes a 750-sq. ft. play/bedroom with a king-size bed, private entry, separate full bath, antique full-size billiard table, TV, telephone, refrigerator and wood stove. A continental breakfast is available at your convenience in the main dining room. Relaxing in the hot tub at sunset (or even sunrise!) or under the stars is at your discretion.
This home is being shared with select visitors on an occasional lodging basis only. Reservations are required. However, reservations made too far in advance will most likely not be accommodated since availability is subject to the whim and travel plans of the proprietor. Two-night minimum June through September. Same rates since 2001!
shipping lanes, everchanging skies and jeweltone sunsets.
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