Langley is very small , but very nice. I would spend two nights and enjoy the Island. Consider driving to the Island from the North by way of Deception Pass. It is quite a dramatic spot.
Langley is great to use as a base to explore the rest of the island. Good restaurants and shops. Visit the information kiosk at the corner of Highway 525 and Langley Rd. (first traffic light as you come up off the ferry). If you know your dates I might be able to suggest events you might be interested in.
Hi we are there at Langley from 20th- 22nd April. Thank u very much!!
Here are some suggestions in no particular order:
Spend a day exploring the Central and North end of Whidbey. This could include:
Deception Pass Bridge:
If the weather is clear you might enjoy driving up to the Mt. Erie overlook just south of Anacorets. Great vistas all over Puget Sound.
Greenbank Farm: Art galleries, Wine tasting, etc.
Hiking Ebey's Landing and Prairie overlooking the Sound is spectacular on a clear day. Exlporing downtown/wharf in Coupeville
Ft. Casey and Admirality Lighthouse near the Keystone ferry terminal.
Good dining options for Coupevile: Christophers, First Street Bistro, Oystercatcher
In the Langley/South Whidbey Area:
Evening entertainment in Langley could include:
Theater at Whidbey Island Center for the Arts: www.wicaonline.com
Or the local movie theater "The Clyde"
You could even consider taking the Coupeville (Keystone) ferry as walk-on passengers for part of a day to Port Townsend.