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Blue Goose Inn Bed and Breakfast Overview
Two Historic Homes Comprise the Blue Goose Inn Bed and Breakfast:
The two neighboring restored homes of the Blue Goose Inn are ornaments of Victorian beauty, matching in both nostalgia and charm. While blue houses have listings on the National Register of Historic Places, they also include every modern amenity. The individually decorated rooms and private bathrooms keep the spaces light and welcoming.
Within Easy Walking Distance:
The Blue Goose Inn is within easy walking distance to the waterfront, shops, and restaurants. Our lovingly restored guest rooms all have private baths, comfy sitting areas, cable TV, free WIFI, and spectacular views. The Blue Goose Inn is the perfect mix of history and contemporary comforts, filled with antiques and original art, comfortable amenities, and personalized friendly service.
Destined to Become Lifetime Memories:
The Blue Goose Inn is set amid the natural beauty of Whidbey Island and the welcoming community of Coupeville. A stay with us offers travel experiences destined to become lifetime memories.
Why Choose Us?
We know what makes lodging more than just a bed for the night. We pride ourselves in making sure that your stay with us is a memorable one. Well thought out amenities and nicely decorated rooms without the extra clutter were created with your comfort in mind. While you watch a movie on television you can fall asleep on plush foam or down alternative pillows in our luxurious beds. In the morning you’ll see the mountain and water views from the oversized windows. You can also enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi in the parlor over a cup of coffee. We enjoy meeting and getting to know you, but we also know when it’s time to let you relax by yourselves.
Our location is perfect; we’re close to all the shops and restaurants in Coupeville, and centrally located on Whidbey for all your island adventures. It’s a quick five minute drive to our favorite beach and bluff hike at Ebey’s Landing. The Coupeville ferry terminal is just around the corner for a day trip to Port Townsend. Anacortes, Deception Pass, La Conner, Langley; all are just a short scenic drive away. After a day exploring the island, return to the inn and enjoy chocolate chip cookies and a board game for a true home-away-from-home experience.
And Don’t Forget…Breakfast!!
Comfort at our house includes a hand-crafted full breakfast for two served each morning at either 8:00 am or 9:00 am, on our cheerful sun porch. Enjoy fresh seasonal fruits; home baked muffins or scones, juice, coffee or tea, as well as a hot breakfast entree made each day from our collection of tasty recipes. We use fresh herbs and veggies from our garden in the summer, and apples picked from our trees in the fall. We’ll do our best to accommodate special diets with advance notification.
Step Back Into Time…
Step back in time as you enter either of our two lovingly restored historic Victorian homes. Comfortably elegant, both registered homes rest side by side in the center of town. Period antiques and comfortable modern amenities adorn all our rooms such as personal coffee makers, HDTVs and free Wi-Fi and streaming music.
Relax With Garden Views
When not exploring our beautiful Island, we invite you to enjoy the peace and comfort of the Inn’s common areas. Relax with a cup of tea or sip a glass of local wine outside in the gardens. The views of Penn Cove and Mt. Baker are lovely as are the fragrances of the many perennial flowers. We know you’ll enjoy this little slice of heaven as much as we do!
We are firm believers in the need for all of us to do our part to protect our environment. At the Inn we follow many environmental practices, including using eco-friendly cleaning products, using energy saving appliances and lighting, buying local produce, using rain water for gardens, and recycling. Let’s all work together to save our beautiful planet. We were recently awarded The Whidbey Green Seal, our third year in a row, by the Sustainable Whidbey Coalition and the “GreenLeaders” award by TripAdvisor.