The islands of Washington State are quiet and peaceful, with views of the Olympic mountains beyond. From Orcas Island, you can explore the hiking trails of Turtleback Mountain, one of the largest protected natural areas in San Juan County. From the historic property, built in 1902, you can enjoy a view over West Sound or browse among the interesting shops of Eastsound.
- Arrive by seaplane to visit these stunning peaceful islands
- Hosts Raymond and Holly Southern from Vancouver welcome you
- Observe Orca whales in sparkling waters
- An intimate property with only 4 very comfortable suites
Orcas Islands have activities to suit everyone. You can arrive by seaplane, airplane or car and ferry and then begin your holiday. Activities include kayaking, hiking on mountain trails, or of course watching the Orca whales and other marine wildlife. Or you can take it easy and enjoy time on your private deck.
Your hosts, Raymond and Holly Southern, invite you to visit their island community. Raymond is also the hotel chef and is experienced in creating local cuisine using the best local ingredients from the farms of the Crow Valley area. On his days off he likes kayaking, hiking the local trails, and playing golf; but don’t worry, the island has several other good restaurants where you can go out to eat.