Explore Whidbey IslandWith 135 miles of shoreline and more than thirty square miles of park land, Whidbey Island offers a wide range of attractions and activities amidst unparalleled natural beauty. Have a picnic at Deception Pass State Park and watch the rip tides roar through the cut in the rock. Visit Fort Casey and relive history among the remnants of the old fort that overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Talk a walk along the ten miles of sandy beach at Ebey’s Landing
The charming village of Langley is just a block up the road, with an array of boutiques, galleries and restaurants. If you get tired of shopping, take a break at one of the town’s coffee houses, cafes or bakeries or try wine tasting at the Langley winery. Dine on fresh seafood at one of the town’s restaurants and then take in a show at the historic Clyde Theatre which offers first-run movies. If you prefer live performances, check out the season schedule for WICA, the Whidbey Island Center for the Performing Arts.
Outdoor enthusiasts will find boredom impossible here in Langley. Rent and launch a kayak from the beach in front of the inn; drop a fishing line or a crab pot off the public pier next door; bring your bicycle and discover roads less traveled; go on a whale watching excursion; try kayaking or scuba diving for the first time!