News From The Islands
Are you ready to go key free?
Leave your car at home and meander through town; everything's within walking distance from the Washington State Ferry terminal, including our San Juan Hotel, the Island Inn! You'll find plenty of locally owned boutiques, coffee shops, bakeries, book stores, restaurants, art galleries and museums to keep your day as busy as you would like.
Check out the local movie theater - they have the best fresh hot popcorn INN town!
Are you set for an adventure?
If your INNer adventurer is calling to you, spend your day exploring the many popular stops across San Juan Island. You can loop the island as quickly or as relaxed as you like. With only a
few main roads and plenty of helpful locals, it would be hard to get lost!
Be sure to check out American Camp at the south end of the island, which includes the longest stretch of beach on the island, South Beach along with an array of trails for your heart to follow.
Lime Kiln State Park offers exceptional views especially
during sunset. Follow West Side Road up to the north end of the island where you will pass by an alpaca farm and eventually find historic Roche Harbor Resort. Maki
ng your way back to Friday Harbor along Roche Harbor Road you will find San Juan Vineyards on one side of the road and Mona the Dromedary Camel on the other - that's right, you can include a Camel on your list of sightseeing!
British Camp and Lime Kiln State Park are located on the west side of the island, a breathtaking drive with views of the Haro Straight and our Canadian neighbors that you won't want to miss!
Want to take it nice and slow?
If you just want to get away from it all and want to spend your day cozied up inside with that special someone, The Island Inn is the place for you! Choose between our extra cozy Euro rooms, super Sweet Sweets, or all you could ever want INN one of our Penthouses.
Be sure to check out which Penthouses have that breathtaking view of the harbor to wake up to!
Don't miss out on any of the slowseason: our rates couldn't be any better!
So kick off your city shoes and slip into your walkINN' boots (or fluffy bunny slippers), San Juan Island has so much to offer this time of the year!