Check in after 4PM.

Check-out by 11AM.



All charges/fees are in US Dollars (USD).


We require a 100% deposit at the time of booking.


Click link to take you to the policies page where the cancellation policy is explained.




We provide a simple help-yourself breakfast bar. This consists of bagels, yogurt, oatmeal, etc. 

If you have specific dietary restrictions please provide your own food. A mini fridge is available for all guests to share.

Please see Corona Virus Info page for modifications to the breakfasts, based on government orders.



We are dog friendly.  A maximum of 2 dogs per room.  Dogs must be friendly, well behaved, house broken and current on all vaccines.  Dogs are NOT allowed on the furniture.  If evident that a dog was on the furniture, a $50 cleaning fee will be assessed.  Dogs are allowed off leash in the fenced area that is accessed through the white gate on the front porch.  Dogs must always be attended to, never left alone, and guests are responsible for cleaning up after their dogs.

If your dog demonstrates aggressive behavior or causes injury to another dog or human on the premises, you are subject to immediate termination of your reservation and forfeit all monies paid or due.


Dog Fees:

$30 per night


Pelican Room:  2-night minimum requirement May 1-September 30

Egret Room:  2-night minimum requirement May 1-September 30

Walrus Room:  Available for single night stays all year, with some exceptions.

Guest Info & Directions

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Your vacation begins the moment you board the 

Washington State Ferry. Sit back, relax and adjust to “island time” as you enjoy your cruise through emerald isles on blue seas. The San Juan Islands ferries depart several times each day from Anacortes, Washington, and serve the following four islands: Lopez, Orcas, Shaw and San Juan, as well as Sidney, B.C., Canada. Fares to the San Juan Islands include a round trip. To get to Anacortes from Seattle drive approximately one hour north on Interstate 5 to Exit 230, follow Highway 20 west to Anacortes (for an additional thirty minutes), follow Commercial Avenue north, take a left on 12th St., then continue west forapproximately two miles to the Anacortes ferry terminal. The Washington State Ferry offers ferry service for cars, bikes, and walk-on passengers from Anacortes. The ferry ride is around one hour from Anacortes to Orcas Island. Be sure to make reservations and arrive 45-60 minutes early.


You can take Kenmore Air and land right in West Sound Bay (5 minutes from the house) or land in the village of Eastsound. Kenmore Air has partnered with Alaska Airlines and accepts airline miles for both. Another beautiful way to get to Orcas Island!

There is a shuttle from the Seattle Airport to the ferry landing at Anacortes called Bel-Air Shuttle



When you arrive in Orcas, exit left from the ferry on Orcas Road. Drive 2.4 miles and at the first four way intersection, turn left at Deer Harbor Road. Be sure to look for the Deer Harbor road sign. After turning, continue until you pass Crow Valley Road (about 1 mile). We are the third building on the right. Look for the Blue Heron sign and turn into the driveway. We are about 7 minutes from the ferry.


“The view of the West Sound Marina is phenomenal. Sitting on the balcony with coffee (or wine) was a nice, relaxing way to begin and end each day."

“Our room (The Pelican) was very spacious and comfortable."

Best place to stay on Orcas! I can't recommend this beautiful B&B enough... and the room was GORGEOUS! And the view from our balcony??? PERFECT!