Welcome to Whidwood on Whidbey Island, a log house hideaway near historic Coupeville, on beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington.  While you're here, you can explore island shops, galleries, parks, gardens and beaches.  You can enjoy a hot tub, library, sunroom and breakfast.  You can have some conversation or you can soak up some solitude. Everyone is welcome here.

Central Whidbey Island lies in the Olympic Rainshadow, an area that receives about half as much rain as Seattle.  That makes Whidwood a great base for outdoor activities, such as hiking, biking, whale watching, kayaking, beach combing, kite flying, horseback riding, birdwatching or garden touring.

Whidbey Island is a great destination for people who enjoy gardens.  There are a dozen different nurseries on the island, many with beautiful display gardens to see, including the renowned Meerkerk Rhododendron Garden.

Art lovers and antique collectors can find a lot of hidden treasure on Whidbey Island.  The art towns of Coupeville and Langley are filled with interesting boutiques and galleries.  Coupeville is the second oldest town in
Washington State, and its historic waterfront area has unique shops and restaurants.  Just outside of Langley, you can stop at Whidbey Island Winery and taste their wonderful wines.  Then continue on to Whidbey's six other wineries.

With five state parks, spectacular water and mountain views, summer concerts, five farmers markets, art fairs, flea markets and fine dining... you'll never run out of things to do on Whidbey Island.

And one more thing:  Whidwood has a big library of books and magazines.  So if it does rain a bit while you're here, you can always just lounge in bed, read by the fireplace, soak in the hot tub, snooze in your sunroom or enjoy some wine and conversation.


Ron & Chris


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