Turtleback Farm Inn
Rooms starting at $115.00 Availability & Online Reservations
Turtleback Farm Inn is a country farmhouse located on Orcas Island, the loveliest of the San Juan Islands which dot the sparkling waters of Puget Sound. These beautiful islands are home to a wide assortment of varied plant life and magnificent watchable wildlife; whales, seals, eagles and hawks to name only a few. This graceful and comfortable inn offers seven bedrooms, each with a private bath and decorated with a blend of fine antiques and contemporary pieces and now offering free Internet access. The addition of the very private Orchard House with four spacious bedrooms, each with full baths and private decks, adds another dimension to these fine accommodations. Travel & Leisure described this Inn as "a Hideaway that Perfected the Country Life." Highlighted by a spectacular setting, detail perfect restoration and expansion, spotless maintenance, and award winning breakfasts, Turtleback Farm Inn is a haven for discriminating travelers, who enjoy comfortable lodgings, breathtaking scenery, varied outdoor activities, unique shopping, and fine food.
The reputation of the Inn as the premier destination in the San Juan Islands has been firmly established. Chosen by the travel editor of the Los Angeles Times as one of the dozen most romantic spots in the United States, the Inn was recently highlighted on the Travel Channel as one of "Trista & Ryan's Honeymoon Hotspots." Turtleback Farm Inn offers a sanctuary for the discriminating. Bill and Susan Fletcher, the enthusiastic and accommodating innkeepers, await your arrival and will spare no effort to ensure your memorable vacation.
Turtleback Farm Inn is featured in the book: 1000 Places to See Before You Die, A Traveler's Life List by Patricia Schultz. To read the review, click here. The Inn is also highlighted in the popular Karen Brown's Pacific Northwest Guide, and the respected Northwest guides from Frodor's, Fommer's and The Lonely Planet. Bill Gleason again included Turtleback Farm Inn in his third edition of Weekends for Two in the Pacific Northwest * 50 Romantic Getaways.