Covid 19 Update: we’ve added the use of an EPA approved disinfectant on all surfaces between guests. The Trails End House is a 2 Bed 2 Bath 1950's high bank waterfront cottage. This is a getaway for those who wish to reset and relax while enjoying all that Whidbey Island has to offer. Sip on local drip coffee while gazing at 180 degree views of Mt Baker, the Cascades Mountain Range and Holmes Harbor frequented by Grey Whales. Walk to the Farm. Private beach access via a lush green trail
“What a lovely and stylish place! Very nice mountain and water views through the trees, and an open floor plan for cooking and relaxing at night. The Roku TV worked great for us, as did the WiFi (though I only used it to check email). Note that this might not be the best choice if you have mobility issues or kids; the walk from the driveway to the house is down a very short but steep grassy hill – a little slippery when wet; I'd imagine my parents having trouble – and the beach access is down a steep path (muddy when wet) and a tall ladder. It does make for a secluded and beautiful beach experience. The view from the house and comfortable lounge chairs outside still make this place worthwhile if you don't make it down to the beach, too. Greenbank Farm is just a few minutes away, with a pie cafe, cheese store and walking paths. We loved our stay, and Matthew was immediately responsive to a question we had about the TV remote.”
Whidbey Cabin Fever SPECIALS!! $109-$169 Specials! Reg $185 nite Enjoy this wonderful Whidbey island home we affectionately call the "Sea Star Cottage!” We allow 1-2 days between vacationers! Located in the quaint beach community of “Bon Air” on the preferred West side of Whidbey. Great open beam view home w/ 2 bedrooms & 1 full bath! 2nd bedroom can have a queen or two twins/Great views of the Olympics, shipping lanes, ferries & sunsets! Owner Greg does 100% clean/disinfect between guests;)
“Very hospitable, caring, and attentive! There was a welcome basket which was wonderful and welcoming. Greg was propt to my questions and providing information. When we walked in you could tell it had be cleaned. The kid with us, enjoyed the toys and especially the tent and bubbles. It was relaxing to be very close to the beach. To walk and be right there. The views were amazing!”
* * * FEATURED ON KING5 EVENING MAGAZINE * * * Plan the perfect get-away from the busy city life! Enjoy the serenity of the outdoors in our beautifully decorated 14' x 16' Davis wall tents. Our two romantic canvas "glamping" tents are located on a private 3-acre residence in Greenbank, WA. Pour a glass of wine, sit back, relax on the outdoor deck and let the abundance of nature surround you! Whidbey Island is just a ferry ride away from downtown Seattle, so plan the perfect get-away today!
“This is a very special glamping experience! The World Traveler wall tent is expertly constructed, beautifully furnished, and so well-located that you'll want to stay forever. We were welcomed with local wine and chocolate, eggs from exotic hens on the property, and everything we needed to make s'mores at the firepit. There's also a game tent, where you can learn how to play the hand-crafted game that Ron & Denise make on site. There's a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, a huge teak table under an arbor (with a great story which Ron will tell if you ask), a sweet little BYOB tiki bar. If that sounds like too much: No. It's lovely and tasteful and perfect and so liveable. Mixed deciduous forest and some big firs surround the grassy expanse and the huge gardens. The property is quietly located on a dead-end road, and there's only one other tent. What else can I say? We enjoyed our covered deck so much that we spent hours reading and writing there--but we also went hiking at Ebey's Landing one day, and walked on the ferry to Port Townsend for lunch and a visit to our favorite bookstore. The Whidbey area offers so many sweet pleasures that you should stay as long as you can! And hey, if you're worried about the outhouse: It is the cutest outhouse in the world, and always perfectly clean and sweet-smelling. (Look at the photos, but it's even better.) Your private shower tent? If the sun doesn't warm the water, just bring a pitcher of hot water from the kitchen and you'll be fine. Seriously, we are old people with back problems, and it rained hard while we were there, but we loved this place so much we could move in tomorrow.”