With Governor Inslee’s extension of the Stay Home, Stay Healthy order until the end of May, services are still pretty limited on Whidbey Island.  Here’s a brief summary of how it affects the Blue Goose Inn and our guests:

  • We are healthy, open and taking all guests – we are an “essential” business.
  • A state-wide travel ban remains in force through the end of May.  (Only “essential” travel is permitted, travel restrictions will not be lifted until Phase 3 of the plan)
  • To reduce our overhead costs, only rooms in the main (pink) house are currently available.
  • All guests will be using our self check-in and self check-out services through the summer.
  • Innkeepers continue to live on-site, and are available as needed for emergencies.
  • Restaurants dining rooms are closed at least until June. Some limited take-out is available.
  • Our dining rooms is also closed at least until June. Continental and Grab & Go breakfasts are available.
  • We have temporarily added a small dining table in each room and have removed some decor items to ensure a sanitary experience.
  • We have outdoor dining tables available on the grounds available for your use.
  • We have added a temporary “WA Phase-1 Lockdown Fee” to cover added operational costs and ensure you have a safe and more exclusive experience.
  • All Whidbey Island State Parks are scheduled to re-open for day use starting May 5th.
  • Most Beaches and county parks are still open.
  • The Bluff Trail at Ebey’s Landing remains closed.
  • Individual outdoor activities are available including: golfing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, boating.

Stay healthy outside guidelines

Additional resources:

Get an update from Island County Health on COVID-19 Case Counts and see how we’ve flattened the epidemiological curve.

Coupeville Historic Waterfront List of Dining Options in Coupeville.

Explore the interactive map showing where you can get food in Coupeville and all of Whidbey Island:

Map of food places in Coupeville