Turtleback Farm Inn on Orcas Island Inns
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Turtleback Farm Inn on Orcas Island Description:
Located on Orcas, loveliest of the San Juan Islands, the landmark Turtleback Farm Inn offers 80 tranquil countryside acres with grazing sheep, crowing roosters, shimmering ponds, and spectacular gardens. The restored “folk national” Farmhouse and newer Orchard House offer superbly appointed accommodations. The Inn is a haven for those anxious to experience the wide range of farm and island activities: fresh eggs gathering, sheep shearing in the spring, whale watching, sea kayaking, deep sea and fresh water fishing, birding, hiking. Innkeepers Susan and Bill Fletcher are as attentive to their guests as they are to their farm.
At A Glance:
- 11 Rooms
- No Pets
- Wheelchair Accessible
Turtleback Farm Inn on Orcas Island Amenities and Features:
|Breakfast Included with Rate||Heating||Telephone|
|Business Travel||Rooms Over $200/night||Vegetarian Meals|
|Rooms $100-$200/night||Rooms Under $100/night||Wedding Facilities|
|Biking Nearby||Fishing Nearby||SCUBA Diving Nearby|
|Bird Watching||Golf Nearby||Shopping Nearby|
|Boating Nearby||Hiking Nearby||State/National Park Nearby|
|Canoeing Nearby||Restaurant Nearby||Tennis Nearby|
|Airport Transportation|| || |
Other Amenities ...
Turtleback Mountain swells up on the western lobe of Orcas Island, considered the loveliest of the nearly 172 named islands in Washington state's San Juan archipelago. Orcas' interior is comprised of wide valleys bordered by deep forests and punctuated with shimmering ponds and lakes. Turtleback Farm Inn overlooks eighty acres of forest and farmland in the shadow of Turtleback Mountain. It commands a spectacular view of lush meadows, duck ponds, and outbuildings with Mt. Constitution providing the backdrop to the east. The setting is serene, complete with a fringe of fir trees framing the open fields which in the late spring produce bales of hay for the resident sheep. A pair of 300 year old maples and six fresh water ponds complete this bucolic scene.