Hotels & Resorts & Spas on Orcas Island

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Last updated on Mon, 15 Dec 2014

Orcas Island
Vacation Rental Resort
Peak Season: $115 - $285
Quiet Season: $125-$325

A cluster of 16 private cabins tucked in along the northwest shore of Orcas Island, Beach Haven is the ultimate San Juan getaway - complete with breathtaking views, wildlife, and a huge variety of outdoor recreation. All cabins are furnished with wood burning stoves, full baths, kitchens and cozy living space. Each cabin has a secluded waterfront deck with a picnic table and BBQ. All linens, towels, dishes, coffee pot and filters, cookware, soaps and paper products are provided. Firewood is provided at no charge but you must stock it yourself and chop your kindling at the woodsheds.

Orcas Island
Hotel & Vacation Rental
Peak Season: $199 - $254
Quiet Season: $99 - $184

Overlooking Fishing Bay in Eastsound Village on Beautiful Orcas Island Featuring Two-bedroom Condominiums and Three Bedroom Townhouses.

Orcas Island
Vacation Rental Resort
Peak Season: $159 - $299
Quiet Season: $139 - $199

At Smuggler's Villa Resort you'll savor the natural beauty and relaxed pace of the San Juan Islands. Located on the north shore of Orcas Island, our villas face the most breathtaking sunsets in the Northwest. Our large, comfy condo's are perfect for families and groups, with two bedrooms, full bath (larger units have additional twin beds and half-bath), fireplace, cable TV, kitchen and laundry. Sliders from living/dining area open onto your own spacious deck with lounge chairs, tables and benches to catch the afternoon sun and incredible view.

Orcas Island
Hotel and Resort

Welcome to Inn at Ship Bay. We are an eleven room Inn and Restaurant at the top of a bluff with unobstructed southern views over the waters of Ship Bay. The Inn is built around the historic 1869 Adam's farmhouse in the center of heirloom plum, pear and apple orchards. Inn at Ship Bay is located one mile from the village of Eastsound on Orcas Island, the largest and most mountainous of the San Juan Islands. Join us for a comfortable and relaxing Orcas Island experience.

Orcas Island
Resort, Cottages, Camping
Peak Season: $175 - $255
Quiet Season: $95 - $175

West Beach Resort is located on the beautiful west side of Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands, Washington. We offer fully equipped beachfront and ocean view cottages and cabins, RV and camping sites, marina, boat rentals, guided kayak tours, and a seasonal activities kiosk and beach grill. Our Orcas Island cabins (Orcas Island vacation rental) are the perfect retreat. We offer terrific beachfront lodging with historic evening sunsets and are perfect for families and couples alike.

Orcas Island
Hotel & B&B
Peak Season: $89 - 218
Quiet Season: $89 - $176

Twelve guest rooms with handmade quilts and comforters, antiques, books and island art, await your stay. Two suites feature private baths and balconies, plus Jacuzzi tubs for two. The hotel also has Octavia's Bistro a steak and seafood restaurant and The Orcas Hotel cafe serving coffee, pastries and lunch all day. Room rates include a complimentary breakfast and espresso beverage in our bakery/cafe.

Orcas Island
Bed and Breakfast
Peak Season: $215 - $325
Quiet Season: $145 - $245

Welcome to the Inn on Orcas Island in beautiful, sunny Deer Harbor. Open year round, the Inn is a charming, luxurious haven for that special summer adventure, serene winter retreat, or perfect romantic celebration. This enchanting estate on this one-of-a-kind island provides the perfect combination of warmth and gracious luxury that sets it apart from other Bed and Breakfast accommodations.

Map of Orcas Island
Orcas Island as seen from space. Looks like a big horseshoe doesn't it? On a related note...a massive horseshoe provides the gateway to Moran State Park.

Orcas Island has at least five full-service hotels and resorts and all but one have spectacular ranking on trip advisor. Most are historical buildings whose original purpose for being built have came and went with the seas of time. Rosario Resort was built by a man who made millions building ships and was falsely told he had only months to live... another was an orchard farmhouse serving Orcas Island's agricultural economy.

Nearly all of the hotels now offer a level of service and luxury that rival the best of the northwest and many offer rooms at rates within reach of the rest of us. Take your time and explore the unique services, activities and unique histories of these notable Orcas hotels/resorts:

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