My husband and I stayed for 5 nights at the inn and had a fabulous time! We stayed in a corner room on the top floor of the inn. We loved our room and it's Asian-inspired design (clean lines with a great mix of natural materials), high ceilings, large windows and gorgeous balconey. Our bathroom had a jacuzzi tub right next to a window (which made for great romantic moments sitting in the tub and staring out at the water) and a large open-air shower.
We were lucky to get one of the rooms with a renovated cedar deck (they were in the process of renovating all of them during our stay) and my husband and I spent a lot of time out there lounging on the teak chairs, sipping wine or gin & tonics and watching the whales, eagles, and various water birds. The deck was a great place to read, talk, and stare slack-jawed at the tide slowing coming in and out as the day progressed. We had beautiful sunsets and sunrises with some very foggy mornings followed by cozy, romantic, rainy days. Early April can definitely be cool. I needed a coat, gloves, and scarf on some evenings/early mornings.
Our room was meticulously cleaned each day. The staff was very accommodating when we requested our room be cleaned at a specific time. Our room was re-stocked with Duraflame logs each day - which for us, was one of the few drawbacks to our stay. The Duraflame logs lack that great "crackle-snap" of true wood in a fireplace and they smell like a firecracker while they're burning.
A few FYI's for people planning on going to the inn - all of the front doors on the rooms open to the outdoors, NOT within the inn. I don't think they have bellhops - we had to carry our own luggage up to our room, which we didn't mind, although I would think someone would help you if you asked. The picnic baskets you can order have a TON of wonderful food and a full bottle of wine. We could have easily skipped breakfast and dinner and been supremely satisfied. Dinner at the inn was excellent! The chef spends some time talking about the menu - long enough to be interesting and informative and short enough not to be irritating. There were plenty of choices for breakfast at the buffet. Numerous newspapers to read. Guests are allowed to get a tray of food and bring it to their room.
Langley is a great small town. Quaint, quiet, and scenic. There's plenty of restaurants and stores within 1 block walking distance of the inn. Overall we had a fabulous time and we're definitely looking forward to returning.
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- Located in Langley built into a bluff overlooking the Cascade Mountains. ... more less
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- Inn At Langley Hotel Langley
- Inn At Langley Whidbey Island, WA