Skagit Bay Hideaway, La Conner's unique lodging choice, is is located mid-way between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia at the jump off point for the San Juan Islands, the North Cascade Mountains and the Skagit Valley Tulips.

 Phone:  360-466-2262

Not your average place to stay. This is a special place, the loveliest we have ever seen...truly magic. -LLL, Houston, TX

What a great place to come back to after enjoying the beautiful flowers! Luxury, solitude and romance!

For your enjoyment, we have created the guest house nestled among the firs, overlooking Skagit Bay. The separate suites were designed to give you a place to reconnect with your soul and/or partner. We welcome you to enjoy our two architecturally designed suites. Each featuring it's own entrance, living room with fireplace and TV, walk-in showers with two shower heads and four body sprays (it's like bathing in a waterfall), kitchens and large private decks. The guest house is wifi so you may stay connected with the outside world if you wish. Experience Skagit Bay's breath-taking sunsets and comfortable accommodations! We invite you to take part in the wonderful day trips that the Cascade Mountains, Puget Sound, the San Juan Islands, and the Skagit Valley have to offer our guests! We would be more than happy to help you plan your northwest adventure!

From Frommer's:   "Seattle, Lodging by the Bay"  see what Skagit Bay Hideaway is all about!

The Pacific Northwest has a vast amount of breathtaking vistas and you can witness many at the Skagit Bay Hideaway, beautiful lodging on Puget Sound that is the personification of relaxation. At the Skagit Bay Hideaway, located less than two hours north of Seattle, you will instantly feel secluded from the world and ready to take part in a myriad of activities from kayaking to birding or just reading the day away. If human interaction is also on your agenda head into the nearby historic town of La Conner to indulge in great food, museums and an art scene that would make any big city proud. 

Screen capture from the TV show 'Cooks Live on the Grill' "Cooks Live on the Grill" on KCTS - Chef Kathy Casey (left), Kevin Haberly (center), and George Ray (right)

The owners Earlene, an architect and artist who captured the beauty of the location, and Kevin, an engineer, frustrated chef, and stone carver, have created this hideaway for your enjoyment. Earlene's architectural work in designing an artists studio was featured in the Everett Herald in in an article written by Diane Wright. She was also featured in Seattle Homes and Lifestyles for a kitchen she designed.