San Juan Islands Lodging
What do you want from your island accommodation? Romance and privacy? Space for the kids? Adventure at your doorstep? The San Juan Islands offer you a whole world of choice when it comes to where you stay. Each of the islands offers you something different in terms of landscape, dining and amusement, but they all promise high quality accommodations. Private cabins overlooking the water, hotels in the middle of town, cozy B&Bs tucked away in pastoral loveliness, it's all here, offering you different atmospheres and opportunities to enjoy your island getaway. Our lodging listings will help you get one step closer to your vacation.
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As longtime residents of Lopez Island, we are uniquely qualified to help you discover that one perfect place you can call home for a week, a month or a lifetime! Lopez Village Properties can help you find San Juan Island real estate values and holiday vacation rentals. Join our Northwest team of property management professionals and carve your niche in the rock island. [more...]
This beautiful one of a kind contemporary home ideal for that special intimate getaway. This island jewel is nestled on five pristine pastoral acres on the south end of Lopez with panoramic views to the west of MacKaye Harbor and Salmon Point. Built by renowned Seattle glass artist, James Nowak in 2008, this 900 square foot home is clean, artistic, unique and deliciously inviting just like the island itself. [more...]
In a relaxed, secluded, and romantic atmosphere on Aleck Bay with the Straits of Juan de Fuca in sight, the Aleck Bay Inn offers you a naturalist paradise. The Guest Rooms are very private, comfortable, all have full panoramic water views, TV/VCRs, and if one listens closely the sound of sea gulls can be heard; and the entrance to Aleck Bay is often visited by Orcas. Each morning you will have a deliciously full breakfast to start your day. [more...]
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to experience the life of the islands in the small sleepy village of Olga. Off the beaten tourist track, you can relax in the privacy of your own small cabin. Watch for eagles, herons, otters and passing ferries. Spend the afternoon on the pebble beach, collect beach glass, read a favorite book or just daydream. Walk to the Cafe Olga and Artworks. Enjoy the famous blackberry pie and meet island artisans in their cooperative gallery. [more...]
An affordable get away in cozy comfort and quietude. Cottage suited to families and romantic couples. Sleeps four under skylights, full kitchen, bath/linens, and a living area with wood stove. Walking trails to water through neighboring Shark Reef Sanctuary. The cabin is rented year round and the main house is rented June - September. No pets or toddlers. [more...]
Spencer Spit State Park, on Lopez Island, is a 138-acre marine and camping park. The park is named for the lagoon-enclosing sand spit on which it rests. There are many sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables, and two miles of hiking trails. The park has a reputation for excellent crabbing, clamming and "car-top boating." This is one of the few state parks in the San Juan Islands that is accessible by automobile. See website for more detailed information. [more...]
At Friday Harbor House you'll enjoy elegantly-appointed accommodations with stunning views, an oversized jetted tub, and a cozy fireplace. For unforgettable events, Friday Harbor House on San Juan Island features the 1,070 square foot San Juan Room, perfect for meetings, retreats, and weddings for up to 70 guests. The Bluff Restaurant • Bar • Terrace at Friday Harbor House is a comfortable, welcoming destination for locals and visitors alike. [more...]
Welcome aboard Wharfside B & B's 60 ft Ketch......The only floating B&B in the San Juans since 1986! Staying aboard our boat is a truly unique fabulous way to spend your time on San Juan Island. Below deck, we offer two spacious, private staterooms, and a sky-lit main salon next to the main galley. The living area has antique furnishings and couches for relaxing. [more...]
3BR, 2BA New Craftsman home on hillside bordering Eastsound, WA. Every room has amazing southern views of the ocean. Huge balcony, gourmet kitchen, granite counter tops, cherry wood floors, free Wi-Fi, bonfire pit, Jacuzzi in master bath and heated travertine floors in bathrooms. Five minute walk to downtown Eastsound! Pets welcome. In Hawaii, Ohana means family, and that's the warm, loving experience which we love creating for everyone who stays at this special home on Orcas Island, the "crown jewel" of the breathtaking San Juan Islands. [more...]
Thank you for finding the Wayfarer’s Rest, providing comfortable and convenient lodging for active travelers since 1999. Budget accommodations for individuals, couples, families and groups. [more...]
Ready. Our boutique hotel is the closest to the Ferry and harbor, yet so far away from ordinary.
Set. The right pace at the right time; The Island Inn at 123 West is brand spanking new and as green as it gets. Dress us up or dress us down. You'll dig our contemporary style that nods to maritime gone by. Penthouses are fun for families, groups and splurges; Euros are best if you roll with less and Sweets find that spot right inn between each. [more...]
San Juan County Parks provides beautiful shoreline parks on the ferry-served San Juan Islands. Campgrounds offer waterfront campsites, beach access & scenic views and accommodate tents and smaller RV's (no hook-ups; check for restrictions) for a unique "island” experience. Restrooms, picnic tables, fire-rings, picnic shelters, boat ramps. Day parks, too! [more...]
Ancient Western Red Cedar and Douglas Fir trees line the road that leads to Beach Haven Resort. Their boughs stretch overhead, encompassing the lane in the deep green that is the Pacific Northwest. [more...]
Bayside Cottages offers eight, fully-furnished vacation rentals on fourteen, private, waterfront acres. They all have easy access to our private beach and wonderful views of Mount Baker and Rosario Strait, looking out toward Lummi, Cypress and Sinclair Islands. There are often deer grazing in the yard and bald eagles soaring overhead watching for fish in the bay. It is a quiet, rural setting about two miles from the Village of Olga and about four miles from Moran State Park where you will find several beautiful lakes and miles of hiking trails. [more...]
Visit Doe Bay's one-acre organic garden, full of fresh vegetables, fruits and flowers that end up on your brunch or dinner plate at the Doe Bay Cafe. Chickens oversee production of compost and fresh eggs. This waterside resort offers yurts, cabins and camping, as well as soaking tubs and sauna set over a waterfall. Ask one of the onsite gardeners for a guided tour, or call ahead for a group tour.
Address: 107 Doe Bay Rd.; (360) 376-2291
Hours: Garden open every day; call Doe Bay Cafe at (360) 376-8059 for reservations [more...]