Have you had your fill of the city? Do you need the pace to slow just long enough to catch your breath, to take in wider skies, and to fill your mind with a lot more quiet?
A short drive from Seattle, and your un-wind begins with a ferry ride to the island. The farm sits above Useless Bay on the southwest side of Whidbey. From our porch, watch boats and kite surfers in the bay, bald eagles nest, and sunrises that will take your breath away.
You will settle into our 1903 farmhouse where a wrap-around porch and rows of windows set the stage for expansive views of the puget sound and Mt. Rainier. This house comfortably accommodates 11 guests. Each of the four bedrooms have one queen bed while two rooms are additionally outfitted with a bunk bed and a trundle bed. There are two small tables for dining in the kitchen and the dining room. There is one bathroom, equipped with bath and tub - it is simple but very functional. And finally, with three acres of beautiful outdoor space, you'll have ample room for kids and adults alike to explore and run off some energy.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests will have access to the farmhouse, garage, and all the yards. As this is a working farm, we do ask that guests do not enter the two large barns or pastures where our chickens are kept.
Atención a los huéspedes
Guests can expect detailed instructions about arrival to the farm but hosts will be hands off during your stay to give you plenty of privacy. Should you run in to any unforeseen issues, we have a neighbor available nearby who will be happy to help, as well as provide suggestions for your stay.
Otros aspectos destacables
The farm at Double Bluff was born when a handful of friends entrenched in city life agreed that it was time to connect to our rural roots. Here, we’ve created a space to introduce our growing families to the charms of life simplified.
Our hope is to provide for you the backdrop for connection, restoration, and play. We hope you love it like we do.
This is a working farm. Please respect the animals and DO NOT enter the barns or pastures, as animals can get lost, spooked, and hurt by even the most well meaning visitors.
Do NOT take indoor blankets/sheets outdoors and minimize linen use (save the environment! ) Guests will be charged for missing or damaged linens.
Do not sit on the porch railings as they are aging.
Take shoes off when in the house.
Drive respectfully down McMaster Road and keep noise to a minimum after 9pm.
Upon departure, guests are responsible to clean and return all dishes to their places and remove all food items from counter tops.