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What We Love

  • Views of the Saratoga Passage section of Puget Sound from virtually every room
  • Your own private furnished balcony over the sound
  • Every diner’s name is printed at the top of his or her menu
  • The inn’s “beyond continental” breakfast is included — and lives up to its name
  • Romantic dimmer switches on nearly every light
  • Free (and high-quality) Bushnell binoculars available for guests

What To Know

  • The weather can be unpredictable on Whidbey Island, so pack for a range of temperatures and weather conditions, especially rain
  • Reservations are essential for the legendary six-course dinner, which is served only at the following times: 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 6 p.m. on Sundays
  • It’s worth splurging for the wine pairing ($85) with your dinner; the inn’s cellar is extensive and well curated.
  • Accessible by the Washington State ferry or by car across Deception Pass


  •  Free WiFi
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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The Review

When you stay at The Inn at Langley in Langley, you’ll be by the ocean and within the vicinity of Marguerite Brons Memorial Park and Island Greens Golf. This romantic inn is within the region of Camano Island State Park and Meerkerk Rhododendron Gardens.

Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 26 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Rooms have private balconies. Private bathrooms have jetted bathtubs.

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials.

Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Inn at Langley.

How to Get There

The Inn at Langley
400 First Street
Langley, WA 98260 United States


4.5 Very Good 310 Reviews
It's all about the view
Reviewed 2 months ago

This hotel has the most wonderful view. The Saratoga Passage is beautiful and the weather was beautiful which made for a wonderful evening. We were escorted to our room and it was nice to know that all the snacks and drinks(other than alcohol) were complementary. We did not eat dinner at the hotel, but the included breakfast was nice and the food was good. We chose to have massages and they were very nice and relaxing. I would recommend staying on the top floor though. The bathtubs are loud when your neighbor upstairs turns them on. They ask that you don't turn them on after 10pm for good reason. That was minor though. I will stay here again when I need to have a nice quiet weekend away and want to splurge a little.

My Best Inn Experience—Five Stars
Reviewed 2 months ago

What a delightful experience!!! I was eighteen miles from home but it could have been eighteen hundred. Whidbey Island is delightful but this Inn in Langley is a precious gem. I was so impressed with my experience. I cannot wait to return! The office closes at six pm but I was blessed to encounter the owner, who called Alice the concierge to help me with after hour accommodations. Taste, class and style with every detail makes it outstanding architecturally, design wise indoors and out. The Inn carved into a bluff on the Salish Sea have terraces with lounge chairs and table, a fireplace, jacuzzi spa bath and wonderful earth tones in stone, slate, wood and textile selections. A wonderful gourmet breakfast and a custom box of chocolate upon checkout. Free parking, free apples, free snacks and water. The spa at the sea level is very relaxing and peaceful. Beautiful grounds and boardwalk. Thank you for the wonderful stay.

The Inn at Langley on Whidbey Island
Reviewed 3 months ago

This is our favorite hotel on Whidbey Island and it's dog friendly. We go for the location, food (best breakfast ever), and dog friendly beach (double bluff) that's a short drive away. That's the view from our room. All rooms have a water view.

Reviewed 4 months ago

From the moment my sister and I arrived at the front desk to the time we had to say goodbye was one beautiful and unexpected surprise after another. From the view to the the folks who work there to even being blessed enough to meeting the Innkeeper, who is a real sweetheart, the impeccable room and superb breakfast (which was really a top notch brunch) was truly the best experience we had in all of the 17 days of travel from Tahoe to Carmel all the way up the California, Oregon and Washington Coast. It was our last day in the Pacific West and it truly was a sending off gift that we never could dream of. We were in awe of this place. We are still talking about it to this day. We even had two ladies (one was the fabulous Gardener of the most beautiful gardens I have ever seen in my life and we live in a garden capital in Florida) helped us with our bags! I can't wait to go back someday with my husband. We have stayed in exclusive Inns all over the east and west coast and this was hands down the BEST!

A great escape when you have an urge to splurge
Reviewed 4 months ago

 When booking hotels for our “wish list” trips, we often find ourselves placing a higher value on the amenities of escape -- the getting there, the isolation, the peace & quiet once there, the walkability of the place, the view, even the look and feel. The romantic Inn at Langley on Whidbey Island checked all those boxes for us (and then some) as we sought a special place in which to retreat -- just the two of us -- and unwind for a couple of days after a busy and adventurous week-long Alaskan cruise with our eight grandkids. The getting there was via old-fashioned ferry, itself a reminder of slowing down… the quietude, which comes in large part from the inn’s rather un-Disney like No-kids Under 12 policy (but then Disney is hardly what this innkeeper sees as her mission) … add the A+ walkability to the idyllic village of Langley with its quaint shops, galleries and restaurants… the zen-like gardens of the inn itself and the large, clean and romantically appointed rooms, each with its own fireplace, and you have the makings of first-class splurge -- a splurge worth every penny.