North Beach Inn: Orcas Island Pet Friendly Lodging
Our thirteen housekeeping cottages are dotted along our expansive private beach on the north shore of Orcas Island, a perfect setting for romantic retreats or family gatherings; for kids or dogs; for playing or relaxing.
With their spacing and wooded setting our quaint beachfront cabins offer a sense of privacy and peace that’s hard to find elsewhere. Kids and dogs love to play on our beach (one-third mile of rare no-bank, pebble and sand), among the finest in the San Juan Islands, with sweeping views towards the Canadian gulf islands to the north-west, and dramatic sunsets.
- Fully-equipped kitchen or kitchenette
- Linens provided
- Comfortable furnishings
- Fireplace and free firewood
- Unplugged (no WiFi, TV, etc.)
- Briquette BBQ
- Deck or covered porch
- Wooden beach chairs and picnic table
North Beach Inn in Eastsound, WA offers vacationers quiet, pet-friendly lodging on Orcas Island.
- Mooring buoys
- Level sand-and-pebble beach
- 90+ acres woods and pasture
- Wildlife: cows, deer, bald eagles, otters, variety of birds
- Only 1.5 miles from Eastsound Village
- Ocean views and sunsets
- Gibson family owned and run for over 100 years
Simple, tranquil, a step back in time, they are for those of you looking for accommodations with warmth and character, and furnished with all the basic necessities.
North Beach Inn on Orcas Island is located just a couple of miles from the village of Eastsound (the island’s main commercial center) where you will find a relatively large, well-stocked grocery store, a number of restaurants, coffee shops, and unique artisan shops. There is also a liquor store, a movie theater, and an internet café. Being near Eastsound, WA means we are less than half-an-hour’s drive west to the ferry landing or east to Moran State Park.
Turning down our road you will venture through over half a mile of woods and fields before even reaching the cottages and beach. So although centrally located and close to most of the San Juan Islands’ many amenities, we are able to maintain a sense of isolation.
Aerial video of the cottages and beach (thanks to long-time guest Steven Hurd, Seattle Aerial Imaging)