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A singular suite, situated on Whidbey Island's Penn Cove,

in the heart of Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve

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ABOUT

 

Enjoy glacier covered Mt. Baker vistas and evening sunsets on the cove, and a short walk to downtown Coupeville’s historic wharf, restaurants, shops, and art and antique galleries.  Private entrance and patio garden. The spacious 600 square-foot suite hosts a sitting area with gas fireplace, queen size bed, bath with shower, and kitchen nook.

Amenities include complimentary WiFi, flat screen TV with cable and DVD player, hair dryer, iron/ironing board,

sink, refrigerator, toaster, microwave, coffeemaker. Coffee/Tea and breakfast provisions are included.

801 NW Tremont Street, Coupeville, WA 98239

 

GALLERY

Entry to Tremont Suite
Entry to Tremont Suite
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The Suite's Seating Area
The Suite's Seating Area
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Queen Size Bed
Queen Size Bed
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Mt Baker View from Deck
Mt Baker View from Deck
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Private Bathroom with Shower
Private Bathroom with Shower
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Summer Sunsets
Summer Sunsets
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Color in One of Our Gardens
Color in One of Our Gardens
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Another Sunset
Another Sunset
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Deck Overlooks Penn Cove
Deck Overlooks Penn Cove
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View When You Park Your Car
View When You Park Your Car
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Official Greeter -- Tilly
Official Greeter -- Tilly
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LOCAL AREA

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Coupeville lies within Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve, which has preserved the mountain, beach and prairie vistas that can be visited and enjoyed by car, bicycle, kayak, or on foot. Because the town rests within the Olympic "Rain Shadow," we experience many more dry and sunny days than most other areas of Puget Sound.

The friendly residents of Coupeville host many community events throughout the year, highlighting the town's seafood, art, unique history and culture. Nearby are Fort Casey and Fort Ebey State Parks, the Island County Historical Museum, the Admiralty Lighthouse, Meerkirk Gardens, artist studios, wineries, and miles of hiking and biking trails. If you want a longer side trip, a ferry runs between Coupeville and Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula. Port Townsend also offers an array of shops and restaurants, and additional mountain and Puget Sound vistas. Visit PT on foot, or with your bike or car.

You can find great information on Whidbey island at www.whidbeycamanoislands.com

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GUEST REVIEW

David and Holly, What a lovely little spot here -- we had such a peaceful time on the porch.  Saw eagles, a heron, humminghirds!  We appreciated the attention to every detail to make our stay comfy -- breakfast was delicious.  Thank you for this place!