Friday Harbor, Washington 98250
A place for memories that will carry your heart into another world, the Tower House is a Queen Anne style B & B on 10 acres overlooking San Juan Valley. It offers 2 large comfortable suites, hot tub, bathrobes, greatly garnished, vegetarian meals
A romantic Queen Anne style bed & breakfast on 10 acres overlooking San Juan Valley. Only 2 large suites with private baths, private sitting rooms and king sized beds. With bathrobes for the hot tub, a peaceful country location and no children allowed, this is your dream getaway accommodation to relax and unwind. The sitting room in our Tower Room is a large tower with a tufted window seat and stained glass window that views the sunsets. Rooms are $145 ($175 starting May, 2007)/night double occupancy. The private sitting room in our Sun Room is a glassed in library with its own porch for $130 ($160 starting May, 2007)/night.
All guest areas are on the ground floor. Perfect for honeymoons, anniversaries, kindling a new intimacy or simply forgetting the stresses of daily life and truly relaxing. We serve uniquely garnished, full, vegetarian breakfasts served on fine china, with silver, crystal and antique linens. With advance notice we can serve vegan diets and some medically mandated diets.
The island is about 55 square miles and most of what you'll want to see is scattered all over the island; therefore, we suggest bringing your vehicle.
Added by Bobby Taylor on Mar 9 07 (last updated Mar 9 07)
The San Juan Islands are located between the coast of Washington state and Vancouver Island, Canada. The most common way to get there is drive north from Seattle about 85 miles to Anacortes. Auto carrying ferries will take you to the islands and even on to Vancouver Island if you choose. You'll want ferry reservations if traveling between US & Canada during tourist season by calling (206) 464-6400, or (888) 808-7977 if in WA, but reservations are not available if staying within the US. The phone system can be PAINFULLY slow at times.
More about the Washington State Ferries:
Ferries have gotten a bad rap for being overcrowded and long waits. It does sometimes happen and it always helps to bring a good book, but they're usually not that bad. Typically, ferries are crowded during the middle of the day in the tourist season for both directions and especially around 5 PM. During the off season they are often crowded in the morning going towards Anacortes and around 5 pm leaving Anacortes. Bigger ferries with more runs are available during tourist season. As a result, back-ups can be worse just before and just after the summer schedule takes effect. They can always be unpredictable, so be prepared for surprises.
$$$ - expensive
- (Mostly) Organic
- Outdoor Seating
- Private Rooms