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This is our favorite hotel on Whidbey Island and it's dog friendly. We go for the location, food (best breakfast ever), and dog friendly beach (double bluff) that's a short drive away. That's the view from our room. All rooms have a water view.
From the moment my sister and I arrived at the front desk to the time we had to say goodbye was one beautiful and unexpected surprise after another. From the view to the the folks who work there to even being blessed enough to meeting...More
When booking hotels for our “wish list” trips, we often find ourselves placing a higher value on the amenities of escape -- the getting there, the isolation, the peace & quiet once there, the walkability of the place, the view, even the look and...More
The Inn at Langley is a pleasant little hotel along the beach in Langley. They have a wonderful spa, also along the water’s edge. The rooms are pleasant, but what really sets it apart are the incredible water views from room and even from the...More
Room beautifully appointed. Every room has balcony and water view. Tub and shower also have water view. Service thoughtful and discrete. Breakfast and goodies included. Gourmet quality both. A wonderful way to escape and be pampered.
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.