Turtleback Farm Inn Bed and Breakfast, Orcas Island, San Juan Islands, Washington

The Orchard House
Bed and Breakfast Orcas Island
San Juan Islands, Washington

The Orchard House in summer

1-800-376-4914

The Orchard House at Turtleback Farm.

A separate building set in the apple orchard looking east to Mt. Wollard, the Orchard House offers four spacious king-bedded rooms complete with gas fireplaces, sitting/dining areas, full bath with clawfooted soaking tubs, separate large showers and private decks. Each room is furnished with woolen comforters and down pillows, elegant robes, coffee and tea service, refrigerators, CD players, hair dryers, magnifying make-up mirrors, and ironing boards.

Click to see a larger photo - The Orchard House
Click to see a larger photo - Orchard House entry

This cedar building has been designed to resemble a wooden barn and reflects the importance the Fletchers attach to the remarkably fine workmanship that is the outstanding feature of Turtleback Farm Inn.

Accessible rooms available.Accessible rooms available.

Click to see a larger photo - Pippin RoomClick to see a larger photo - Stayman Room

Click to see a larger photo - Bosc RoomClick to see a larger photo - D-Anjou Room

 

* Season rate $260 per room per night plus tax*

Please call for availability.

Rates are based on double occupancy. Additional guest - $35 including breakfast. All rates subject to state sales tax. If two nights are available, we require a two night minimum stay in the Orchard House from May 26 through September 30, and on many weekends and holidays throughout the year. We often have single night openings, please call for availability

Reservations: (800) 376-4914 (in the United States only)
or (360) 376-4914

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