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1- or 2-Night Stay for Two at Deer Harbor Inn on Orcas Island, WA. Combine Up to 4 Nights.

Deer Harbor Inn
1- or 2-Night Stay for Two at Deer Harbor Inn on Orcas Island, WA. Combine Up to 4 Nights.

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Inn overlooking Orcas Island’s Deer Harbor features century-old restaurant and homey lodgings with electric fireplaces


Hotel at a Glance: Deer Harbor Inn

Deer Harbor Inn got its start in 1891 as an apple orchard that attracted Seattle teachers on summer vacation. In the early 20th century, its owners transformed the orchard’s modest cabins into a full-fledged resort, attracting visitors with unparalleled views of Deer Harbor and the Olympic Mountains. You can still find the same down-home hospitality and tranquil scenery here.

  • Log Cabin Lodge rooms offer cozy accommodations with electric fireplaces and a hot tub.
  • Cottage amenities: All Orchard Cottages have private hot tubs, and the Pond Cottage has a full gourmet kitchen and elegant chandeliers.
  • Keep an eye out for wildlife: The inn’s cabins are scattered across 5 wooded acres where you might spot rabbits, deer, and bald eagles.
  • Unwind at the inn’s spa, located inside a private cabin, where you can receive an organic facial or a couples massage.
  • Share vacation photos online when you hop onto the inn’s free WiFi connection.

Orcas Island, Washington: Whale Watching and Hiking near Artsy Hamlets

Nicknamed the “emerald isle” for its rolling hills covered in douglas firs, Orcas Island is the largest of Washington’s San Juan Islands. Its bays are filled with sea anemones, eel, and sunflower starfish—massive starfish that can have more than 20 arms. Between March and October, you can take whale-watching tours to see native birds, seals, and orca whales.

Take a scenic drive to the island’s artsy Eastsound Village. There’s no official mayor of this hamlet, though cows, sheep, and dogs have all held honorary office here in the past. The village is home to a number of art galleries and casual eateries, as well as a Saturday farmers’ market with live music in the summer.

At Moran State Park, on the east side of the island, you can hike, bike, or ride horseback along 30 miles of wooded trails. If you’re feeling ambitious, you can climb the 2,400-foot Mount Constitution. The highest point in the San Juan Islands, it rewards climbers with postcard-worthy views of the surrounding islands and, on really clear days, Mount Rainier.

The Fine Print

Must book by 11/10/17 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 12/10/17. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. No cancellations or changes allowed. Must be 21 or older to check in. Credit card required at booking and check-in. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with reward points. 10.1% tax not included and is collected at time of booking.

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