Romantic Glamping Tent Rentals on Whidbey Island in Greenbank, Washington
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The World Traveler tent is decorated in a worldly theme, with pieces of décor from around the world. There is a tall standing mirror and chaise for leisurely lounging. The Moroccan tent is decorated in a Moroccan theme, with colored glass hanging lanterns and a Turkish floor couch. Outside each tent, there is a charming covered deck area with two comfortable patio chairs.
The property features many yard games for guests to play including, giant Jenga, cornhole, blow darts, yardzee, and pass the pigs to name a few. There is a separate game tent for use with Monopoly, Aggravation, Mancala, and Backgammon. After a day of playing games outside glampers can enjoy a cool beverage at the no-host Tiki bar (BYOB)! The hosts have also provided an assortment of maps and local activity literature for guests to browse through.
Guests will also have access to a fully stocked communal kitchen containing a gas stove, a barbecue, a coffeemaker, a sink with hot water, and a mini-fridge. Cookware and serving products are provided. There is a large outdoor covered pergola to dine under.
The bathroom is in an upscale outhouse, aka the "Potty-ing shed," with a toilet and a rainwater-collected sink. For the adventurous types, there is a tent shower nestled in the trees, heated only by the sun. There is a large fire pit available, burn ban-permitting. The safari tents sit on three beautiful private acres, complete with gardens, fruit trees, and chickens where guest are encouraged to visit.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- Hot water
- Running water
- 1 Queen-size bed
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Kitchen
- Game room
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- 1 Half-bath
- Tea kettle
- Fire pit
- Cooking basics
- Shared Barbecue
Parking is included with the stay, and glampers will have use of the pergola and fire pit (burn ban permitting).
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
Whidbey Island is famed for its stunning scenery and remarkable wildlife, where bald eagles abound. Boating, kayaking, cycling, whale watching and fishing are just a few of the popular outdoor activities enjoyed on the island. The quaint seaside towns of Langley and Coupeville offer many charming shops and five-star dining. Orca whale pods are a common sight while strolling the streets of Langley. Guests should be sure to ring the town bell when they spot one. Additionally, they can catch gorgeous sunsets and stunning views of the San Juans Islands while visiting Deception Pass Bridge.
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
- Horseback riding
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Glampers will have easy access to many stunning, secluded beaches, where they can go beachcombing, kayaking, canoeing, crabbing, bird watching, boating, and fishing. The area is famed for its orcas and grey whales, and guests can embark on whale watching expeditions. Guests will find themselves hidden among trees, with hiking trails available for walking, biking, and horseback riding.
After a day filled with outdoor adventures, guests can enjoy a classic wine tour. They will also have easy access to golf courses, such as the Whidbey Golf Club in Oak Harbor or Holmes Harbor in Freeland. In nearby Greenbank, there is an assortment of shops, cafes, restaurants, and gardens to enjoy.
Check-in: from 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
No Infants allowed Under 2 years old
No Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
Check-in time is 3 pm-8 pm. Check out is 11 am. Quiet time is 10 pm-7 am.
There is a second rental tent on the property, which may be available guests' friends. If otherwise rented, guests may be sharing the outdoor amenities with two other like-minded guests. Shared spaces include the kitchen, fire pit, pergola, the game tent, and potty-ing shed.
The wall tent is an amazing tent! But guests are ultimately camping, so the hosts ask guests please come with happy camper expectations.
The bathroom facility is a very clean upscale shabby-chic outhouse with sustainable rain-water sink and solar powered outdoor lighting. The outdoor shower is a pop-up tent with a five-gallon sun-heated water bag available for the adventurous types. Guests should bring along some flip-flops!
Island temperatures can sometimes be 10 degrees cooler than Seattle, so guests should dress in layers and bring warmer clothes for the evening time.
A small amount of firewood is provided. The hosts ask guests bring more if they enjoy a long evening out by the fire.
There is no TV at the property, this is intentionally done.
The property does not allow children, infants, or pets. No exceptions will be made.