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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 313 Reviews
Amazing meal for special birthday
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Eight of experienced an amazing meal at the Inn on a winter’s Saturday night. We were wined and dined by an incredible team of wait staff and chefs with course after course of beautifully created dishes paired with delicious wines - or in one case a cup of tea that went perfectly with its counterpart.
The Inn is known for its chef and rightly so as he outdid himself over and over
The small dining are located next to an open kitchen held our table of eight with about 7 other smaller seatings. It is expensive but it is worth it I think. Reservations are necessary and must be made in advance
Try this for your next special celebration

Winter getaway
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the type of place that it doesn't matter if it's raining or cold, you are so comfy and the setting so lovely. This is probably the 5 or 6 time we have been guests here, and the experience never disappoints. I particularly love the bathtubs, deep, spacious, lots of hot water quickly, and positioned next to a window for lovely water views. Lots of plush pillows on the bed to encourage lounging, and I like the working fireplace too. Included breakfast is a nice start to the day, and I took advantage of a complimentary pass to a yoga class in town. We started off our stay with massages that were excellent. Cracking the window in my massage room to hear the sound of waves was a bonus. This is a great place for adults to get away from it all and come away refreshed.

Holiday Treat
Reviewed 2 months ago

We visited to celebrate Christmas with our parents. The Inn is adjacent to cute shops and located perfectly for a stroll through town. The rooms are clean and neat with beautiful wood elements. Certain other elements are a bit dated: the lighting in the bathroom and bedrooms, in particular, needs improvement. The eleven (!) course dinner over 3+ hours was amazing and I would not miss it.

It's all about the view
Reviewed 4 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 4 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.