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The rustic lodge is interesting in itself, built in 1907, it has retained it's history. The rooms in the lodge are: bed,
a sink , a window and in some cases a chair. But it was prime for it's time. We stayed in the lagoon...More
This place is so quaint and charming. Good place to relax and unplug. No tvs in the room. No distractions. Just beautiful scenery. The rooms are rustic but very well equipped with comfy beds and they're clean. It's the perfect Washington tourist experience. There's not...More
Had a wonderful time – this is INN is a relic – very rustic; yes you have shared bathrooms (1) for women and (1) for men. The room was very lovely, on the smaller side – the view was incredible looking over the water. The...More
I decided to come here with some friends, us all wanting to get away for a bit. This was the best place to do so. It was peaceful, quiet and the food was to die for! We had muscles and their famous Mussel soup with...More
You first drive into the property, and think how cute. You enter through the large red door into the lobby(be careful it doesn't hit in the behind, literally).. The lobby is "very" old fashion and you ring a bell for service. You are politely waiting...More
$131 - $204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I am sorry your experience at Captain Whidbey was so dismal. I don't know what question you would like me to answer, other than the fact that obviously our experience was different. I am on a diet, so when we eat out... More
I am sorry your experience at Captain Whidbey was so dismal. I don't know what question you would like me to answer, other than the fact that obviously our experience was different. I am on a diet, so when we eat out (especially when we don't have a refrigerator for leftovers) we usually just get appetizers where we can control the portions. We enjoyed ours very much. We stayed at the inn prior to peak tourist season when the weather was cooler and there were no fruit flies to pester us. The lodge was hosting a wedding, so things were busy over there. Regardless, our needs were met. (Our amenities worked fine at the time and we had no need to contact the front desk once we were in the room.) That being said, I would certainly also be upset, if our experience had been like yours.
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