Washington State Waterfront Lodges
This time of year our thoughts trail off to cozy weekends in cedar lodges nestled between tall trees and cool salt water. Imagine walking down the dock and greeting a friendly pilot and your own chartered seaplane. Climb in, grab a window seat and your adventure begins. The engine fires up and you glide along the water picking up speed and then you’re off, flying high above your city, catching an amazing view of the snow-capped mountains out ahead of you and the glistening water below. Within 25-40 minutes you’re gliding along the water again and up to the dock of your chosen getaway lodge. There’s a fire crackling in the cozy lobby, an exquisite spa, gourmet meals and fluffy comforters. You’ve arrived. Enjoy your escape.
Captain Whidbey InnBuilt in 1907 as the Whid-Isle Inn, Captain Whidbey enjoys a serene and protected forest setting on Penn Cove a short 35 minute seaplane flight from Seattle. Captain Whidbey is just minutes from the destination resort town of Coupeville, and set in the heart of Ebey’s National Historical Reserve on Whidbey Island. For over 110 years, Captain Whidbey has provided intimate lodging, distinct hospitality and quality fare. Its historic lodge is home to Judge Lester Still’s Historic Tavern, dining room and time-stopping guest quarters above. It’s native timbered walls and stone fireplaces provide an irreplaceable sense of warmth & coziness.
Alderbrook Resort & SpaYour getaway shouldn’t mean roughing it. Luxury guestrooms and accommodations are beautifully designed with thoughtfully appointed amenities. Surrounded by the Olympic Mountains, this resort and spa rests on the shores of the Hood Canal, a glacier-carved fjord home to eagles and osprey, salmon and seals.
Semiahmoo ResortThe only thing better than your arrival at Semiahmoo is getting here sooner. Kenmore Air makes that possible with an ultra-convenient 45-minute charter flights from Seattle. With two award winning golf courses, a luxurious spa and three distinct restaurants, Semiahmoo offers seaside fun for families, couples, and corporate retreats. Soaring over rich green forests and winding northwest waters, it’s hard to imagine a better way to kick off your business meeting, long weekend, or wedding celebration.
The Resort at Port LudlowNestled on the shores of Puget Sound, the Resort at Port Ludlow is a boutique waterfront inn that features a 300-slip marina and an 18-hole championship golf course. Enjoy delectable delights from the Fireside Restaurant, play outdoors on our 26 miles of maintained hiking trails and immerse yourself in the natural wonders of Port Ludlow.
The Inn at LangleyIn the heart of Puget Sound sits The Inn at Langley on beautiful Whidbey Island, located just northwest of Seattle and southwest of the San Juan Islands. Enjoy an island getaway with coastal and mountain views from every guestroom, award-winning cuisine and a quaint, historic town.