Eagles Nest Inn is a bed and breakfast Inn is located in Langley on Whidbey Island which is the longest Island in the continental United States. Whidbey Island, about 1 hour north of Seattle between the mainland and the Olympic Peninsula. We are within easy reach of traveling to and from Victoria B.C and Vancouver, Canada. The island fits into many travel itineraries. Bathed in the waters of Puget Sound, Whidbey Island is surrounded by the Olympic mountains on the west and the Cascade Mountains to the east with miles of driftwood beaches, pristine forests, rich farm land and quaint seaside villages.
A private country retreat; the Inn is gracefully perched on a hilltop with views to the east of Puget Sound, Camano Island, the Cascades and Mt. Baker. Adjacent to 600 acres of wildlife corridor and forest the Inn has the perfect combination of mountain, forest and sea views with on site bird watching and wildlife viewing all just a mile and a half from the charming seaside Village of Langley.
Eagles Nest Inn is an "Inspected and Approved" accommodation. The spacious and well appointed guest rooms are devoted to guest comfort and the pursuit of viewing nature. Each nature suite has its own unique northwest atmosphere, private bath, plush robes, cozy beds with fine linens, comfortable lounge chairs, Cable TV, DVD/ CD players, coffeemakers, binoculars, bird books and wireless internet ... and a few surprises for you to discover yourself. Each morning you'll enjoy a healthily prepared Northwest gourmet breakfast accompanied with our own blend of locally sight roasted coffee from Mukilteo Coffee Roasters and shared conversation with guests and your Innkeeper hosts.
Experts on the area your hosts are your personal guides to all the sites, forest trails, small towns, restaurants, shops, art galleries, wineries, farmers markets, gardens, hiking, biking, birding, diving, kayaking, State parks and beaches on this fabulous Island. Whidbey Island is the "Best Island" voted by King 5 "Best of The Northwest Escapes". So we invite you to ... Come "Discover the Nature of Whidbey".