Relish the second-story expansive view from this room of Otters Pond rimmed with old growth cedars and firs. The Swan Room has a flat-screen Smart TV for use with your personal media accounts like Hulu and Roku. The king bed and elegant furnishings with the warm tonal effects from the skylights creates a peaceful, romantic retreat. The large bath is private with double shower overlooking the woods and creek. The room’s namesake Trumpeter Swans are usual here in December through March. Swan Room guests often remark about the pond view’s likeness to an expressionist painting.
This room is on the ground floor and is a small, romantic room with a four-poster queen bed and pictures depicting Orcas Island wildlife by local artists. This room is graced by a stunning view of the pond across a spectacular mossy rock formation. You can see the pond view right from your bed pillow.
Wake to the birds and other fascinating sights and sounds of our protected wetland. Don’t be surprised to find a Black Tail Deer or two napping on the moss-covered, rocky outcrop at morning’s first light. The private bath features an antique claw-footed tub with shower.
A beautiful room for romantic nature lovers, on the ground level with a spacious and light-filled view of the gardens and woodland. A large fireplace warms the room in all seasons, and skylights add lots of light and the pristine night sky. The Goldfinch Room is furnished with a very comfortable king-size bed.
The contiguous, private bath with shower and double sinks is also sky-lighted. The room has its own private entrance off the front deck. Cooled by summertime breezes and garnering the fragrances of our western cedars and hemlock trees, the Goldfinch Room is ready for your enjoyment.
Situated on the second floor overlooking the rose and dahlia garden on one side and western red cedar forest on the other, the Hummingbird Room has a delightfully bright and fresh appeal. Feel pampered in a unique brass and iron queen-size sleigh bed, and enjoy the peaceful splendor of the forest setting and views.
The Hummingbird Room’s wall of windows encourages the flow of cross-breezed scents of our fir, spruce and cedar forest. This lovely, light-filled room has a large private bath. The room’s namesake, Rufous Hummingbirds, come to the Orcas Island in mid-March and stay through mid-July, when they head south on their incredible migration to warmer climates.
Blue Bird Room
Upstairs facing the pond, this room is full of light and energy. Sunlight dances off the lily pads as you enjoy the pond views from your windows. Look directly below into Otters Pond to see great blue herons hunting fish and frogs. Listen to tranquil pond sounds. Relax in the comfort of your king-size bed and fluffy comforter.
See the night sky and stars through the large skylight above the bed and enjoy the adorning original works by Washington artists. The room’s large, private bath is immediately outside the door to the room (three feet from the room door), and we provide comfortable robes for the journey.