The Anchorage Inn Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian-style Inn, located on beautiful Whidbey Island, in the Puget Sound region of Washington. The Anchorage Inn is located in the historic town of Coupeville, overlooking picturesque Penn Cove. Coupeville was home to many of the Northwest’s sea captains during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Many historic homes still grace the streets of this North Whidbey town. The majority of our seven lavishly appointed rooms provide splendid views of the cove, waterfront buildings, rolling hills on Whidbey Island, nearby Camano Island, and 10,700 foot Mt. Baker.
The Bluff on Whidbey B&B
January 3rd, 2018 by Jim & Robin Boyle
Welcome to The Bluff on Whidbey B&B. We are located just south of Deception Pass on the northern tip of Whidbey Island. The Bluff is an ideal location for exploring Deception Pass State Park, the San Juan Islands, the Cascades, or Whidbey Island. The Bluff on Whidbey offers two private rooms with all the comforts of home. Our rooms are well-appointed and offer access to the hot tub where you can stargaze with your favorite person. Or simply relax on our hammock at the foot of the bluff and enjoy the spectacular view of Mt Baker. Kayaking, hiking and biking are all very accessible activities in our area.
Comforts of Whidbey B & B
April 10th, 2017 by Carl & Rita Comfort
Comforts of Whidbey Bed and Breakfast is a B&B above a working winery and tasting room. Situated on a 22 acre farm with 4 acres of wine grapes, 15+ acres of pasture where six cows, two alpacas and a llama call home. You stay with us starts with a flight or glass of our estate wine. Enjoy while sitting on the deck taking in the view of the Puget Sound. Once you’ve a had a relaxing and comfortable nights sleep, a wonderful breakfast made from farm fresh ingredients (seasonal) awaits you.
Wildwood Farm B & B
April 14th, 2013 by Heather Carder
COME EXPERIENCE SOLITUDE
Wildwood Farm Bed & Breakfast offers the perfect get-away from the stress and grind of busy life; a tranquil escape where one can truly feel the silence and beauty of nature.
Whether you want to explore our Island or are an experienced rider looking to spend a few days one-on-one with a first class trainer for an intensive session or a newbie to riding looking for a refreshing ride after breakfast, Wildwood Farm has it all.
Our goal when you visit us is to immerse you in everything that a horse farm has to offer – the gentle ambiance of tranquility and the bond that only horses can offer.
CHOOSE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Weekend or week-long get-aways for singles, couples and families – anyone who loves being in nature or around horses.
Customize your experience with packages that include:
- Whale Watching, Kayaking or Boat Tours.
- Camp Fire and Barbeque Area
- Horse/Rider one-on-one intensive training sessions – bring your horse or use one of our resident school horses.
- Leisurely, guided trail rides – beginners to old pros, this is a relaxing opportunity.
- Host a very special birthday party at the farm.
- Summer camps for kids and horses – great fun with enduring memories for your kids.
- A mother/daughter horse getaway – a very bonding experience (or dad/daughter or father/son).
- Newly-weds who love horses.
- Gourmet meals will be created to suit your taste.
- Spa treatments are available close by.
Established in 1965, Wildwood Farm was involved in the business/sport of owning, breeding and/or racing thoroughbred horses. It quickly became one of Washington’s largest thoroughbred farms and established itself as one of the premier thoroughbred services/racing businesses in the state. Owned and Operated by Bill and Barbara Black, Wildwood housed some of the well known stallions and race horses to race at Long Acres track in Seattle, Wa. Some of the many studs that stood at Wildwood Farm, ‘Gallant Best’, ‘Crocation’, ‘Emperor’s Key’, ‘Handsome One’, Super Pleasure’, ‘Capt. Don’ and who could forget ‘Pirateer’ all big stakes winners, all creating the history of Wildwood Farm. Long Acres track was closed in 1992 after sixty seasons of racing. Emerald Downs, the Northwest’s new track would not open until June, 1996. Wildwood as well as many other thoroughbred farms were sold off and the racing industry came to a halt for the long three years.
The Last 9 years
Wildwood Farm was purchased in 2003 and made into a “Center for Horsemanship”. With its rolling hills, lush pastures and serene beauty it is a perfect get away for both man and their equine friends. The farm features horse boarding, horse instruction, horse training, summer camps for adults and kids. It is an 80 acre spread that has 2 indoor arenas, outdoor arena, covered round pen, tack store and saddlery and a bed and breakfast. Today you can sit on the deck or in the hot tub and look over the large pastures with the resident horses grazing, the mama’s and the babies playing in the sun. We have hosted weddings, corporate parties, birthday parties and almost anything you can think off….
“When you drive over the hill, it seems like every worry is lifted from your soul”, b&b guest
* Horse Lessons and Riding
* Walking Trails
* Campfire Pit
* Feel the Peace and Quiet
* Watch the Wildlife
* Watch the Trainers in Action
* Horse Shoes
* Hay Rides (by special appt)
* Birthday Parties
* Business Parties
* Special Occasions
* Summer Camps
Things To Do Close By
* Tour Whidbey and Camano Islands
* Play on the Beaches
* Enjoy the Culinary Delights of the Region