Rustic Country Luxury Suites on Orcas Island, WashingtonEastsound, Washington (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This glamping accommodation is separate into seven separate rustic luxury suites: Valley View, The Nook, Meadow View, Garden View, Elm View, Maple View, and Orchard View.
Dating back to the 1800s, this restored farmhouse has a common living room area that all guests will share, which includes a fireplace, cozy seating options, and a game table. Here, guests will find the dining room for the entire glamping property, too, where breakfast is served. (Breakfast is included in the daily rate.) All of the suites come with custom woolen comforters and down pillows, CD/radios, and hair dryers.
Valley View features a queen-size bed, a sofa bed, antique furnishings, and a private deck that overlooks the farm below. The ensuite bathroom includes a clawfoot bathtub, a shower, and an antique pedestal sink.
The Nook features is a smaller suite with a cozy double bed. The ensuite bathroom includes an antique bathtub and a pedestal sink.
Meadow View features a queen-size bed, a sofa bed, antique furnishings, and a private deck that overlooks the meadow. The ensuite bathroom includes a clawfoot bathtub, a shower, and an antique pedestal sink.
Garden View features a queen-size bed and views of the property's flower garden. The ensuite bathroom includes a clawfoot bathtub, a shower, and a pedestal sink.
Elm View features a queen-size bed and a sitting area with a sofa bed. It also has a special view of the meadows, ponds, and farm. The ensuite bathroom includes a clawfoot bathtub, a shower, and an antique pedestal sink.
Maple View gets its name from the views of the maple trees from this luxury suite. It features a queen-size bed and an ensuite bathroom, which has a clawfoot bathtub, a shower, and a pedestal sink.
Orchard View faces Turtleback Mountain and has a queen-size bed. The bathroom has a modern shower and a pedestal sink. Read More
- Double bed
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Queen-size bed
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Towels provided
This glamping property is a bed and breakfast in a refurbished, 100-year-old country farmhouse.
Breakfast is included in the daily rate and features fresh fruits and juices, homemade bread and pastries, homemade granola, and farm-fresh eggs and meats. It's served each day in the farmhouse dining room or on the outdoor deck that overlooks the valley, weather permitting.
- Dining room
Daily rates are based on double occupancy. Additional guests are an extra $35 per person, which includes breakfast.
Two night stays are required from May 22 through September 30, as well as on many weekends and holidays year round. For single night availability, please inquire with the host.
Location + Surroundings
Eastsound is located in the northern part of Orcas Island, which forms part of the state of Washington. It is the largest city on the largest island of the San Juan Islands, which can be found in the Puget Sound. In Eastsound, glampers will enjoy strolling through the city's galleries, as well as around the Saturday morning farmers' markets in summer. Many of the local dining establishments feature organic, island-fresh food, which is sure to delight all palates.
One of Eastsound's main attractions is the 5,000-acre Moran State Park, a stunning place for a hiking adventure while on the island. Moran State Park contains over 30 miles of hiking trails, the best of which is said to be the Mount Constitution Trail, due to its 360-degree views of the San Juan Islands, the Whistler Mountains, and the Cascade Range, as well as the Canadian cities of Vancouver and Victoria. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 15 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
- Bird watching
- Horseback riding
Glamping in Eastsound on Orcas Island brings together both land and water activities, giving guests many options when it comes to ways to experience the area and pass the time while on vacation. Try a whale watching outing with Outer Island Expeditions, or explore the island waters a different way by sea kayaking with Shearwater Kayak Tours. A sailing trip is a nice way to see all of the islands, too, and Orcas Island Sailing, Emerald Isle Sailing Charters, and North Shore Charters all offer on-water tours.
When on land, opt for a blood-pumping hike, or rent a bicycle and ride off to discover Orcas Island. The aforementioned Moran State Park has plenty of trail options for those who'd like to explore the woodland landscape of the island.