Stayed at the La Conner County Inn with a tour group for several nights. Our upstairs room was very large with nice appointments: gas fireplace, small dining table and 2 chairs, 2 easy chairs with footstool, small refrigerator, wall mounted flat screen tv. Strange bed configuration of one queen and one twin. Huge slanted beamed ceiling, but only one rather small window. The room felt dark, but as we were only there to sleep, it was not bad. Noise control was poor, both through the view-less drafty window that faced the back of a brew-pub and art museum, and between rooms. Continental breakfast was pretty average. As the Inn is one block off the main street, it is super convenient to walk to all La Conner attractions, even to the small market just 2 blocks away.
La Conner is a gem of a town off-season. Shops only open until 5pm and restaurants all close by 9pm. On a rainy grey day which is pretty typical Sept-May weather, the town is still worth a visit. Calico Cupboard has super baked goods with excellent full breakfasts and lunch. If not too rainy, any of the restaurants river side give a nice view of the working harbor. The art and clothing shops are all personal with some good selections. No chain stores here!