The beauty of Puget Sound and its many islands is the setting for the Saratoga Inn. Your journey begins with a scenic, 20-minute car-ferry ride (one hour north of Seattle), or with a breathtaking ride across the famous Deception Pass Bridge. Upon arriving on Whidbey Island, you will discover miles of untouched shoreline, forest serenity and charming historic towns. This Cape Cod-style Inn enjoys beautiful views of the Cascade Mountains and Saratoga Passage from many of the 16 cozy guestrooms, including a private 700+ sf Carriage House Suite. Also, enjoy the view from the Inn's common areas and conference room. After eating a freshly-made, full breakfast, take a stroll through the charming, artisan village of Langley. Remember to return for afternoon wine and cheese and gather in the "Commons" area or out on the friendly wrap-around porch for some comfortable "porch talk." Restaurants, shops, specialty grocery store, banks, post office, library, bookstores, Chamber of Commerce, marina, and theatres (movie and live) are all within walking distance of Saratoga Inn.
5 on August 27, 2014
We were there visiting our old high school and college friends who own and operate the Whidbey Island Winery. It was a delightful time. The Saratoga Inn was awesome.
4.6 on March 17, 2014
We arrived and were greeted with afternoon tea (when in Washington, tea can also be wine!). The room was very clean, quiet and had a lovely view of the water. There are many birds that frequent the water across the street in the morning. Breakfast was an pear and brie omelet and zucchini chocolate chip muffins (homemade - YUM!). I would suggest a stay here - walking distance to the art galleries and water views to watch the whales.
5 on March 12, 2014
Lynn was very gracious on our arrival. She showed us the downstairs, warm living room with fireplace, dining room for 8-10 guests. Showed us our beautiful room , large chocolates on a nice box on the bed. Nice view. Lynn then told us about some of the highlights around town and at other places on the island. The chef, Susan , prepared delicious hors d'euvres along with wine. Had a great dinner at the towns Bistro. Susan prepared a beautiful brunch for us in the morning. I highly recommend this lovely B&B and my wife and I will be WHEN THE SALMON ARE RUNNING!!! John and Roswitha Crook
4.6 on February 24, 2013
Great place! Great view! Great service, cozy. Wonderful breakfast. Will stay again!
5 on January 19, 2013
The room at Saratoga Inn far exceeded my expectations -- the view was awesome. Pictures on the internet did not do it the justice it deserved. Breakfast and tea time were relaxing, fun, and offered great food. Highly recommend this place.
5 on December 06, 2012
I don't usually write reviews, but I wanted to share this with other single people who may be looking for a warm and inviting getaway. As a single person, I took a chance on the Saratoga Inn becasue it looked like a good fit. The staff was friendly right from the beginning, but not intrusive. The Inn was particularly comfortable with its cozy rooms. Mine had a fireplace and a view of the mountains and water. I enjoyed the Common area where I could sit alone with a book or engage in conversation with other guests. I felt free to stop and talkor not; there was never any pressure. It was relaxing to be myself, plus there are always homemade cookies available and coffee and tea, not to mention, the delicious, hot breakfast and afternoon wine and appetizers. The evening turndown service was a delightful surprise, and the dark chocolate on my pillow was nice touch! Yum, Chocolate Lovers!
4.8 on November 10, 2012
Stayed at the Saratoga Inn in 2000 -- it has changed but for the better. Very comfortable, warm, and cozy. Love the turn-down chocolates!
5 on May 19, 2011
We had a fabulous stay at this fine, family operated Inn. The facility has a wonderfully classic B&B feel, but the modern construction provides quiet, comfortable rooms. Beds as heavenly as any we've tried. An Awsome breakfast as well. A previous review is quite wrong, the Saratoga is an independent gem- and is not part of a franchise. Frankly, we wish they did have more locations- just like this one. Five stars? heck yes. Wish we could award more.
4.0 on February 25, 2011
Terrific view of the Saratago passage from the common area & front deck. Usually two hot dishes plus freshly baked items. Pleasant music. Cozy common area. A block from the center of town. Hosts provided good advice and were careful to attend to details like providing a bottle opener and wine glasses upon request. Next time we'll reserve more than 3 days in advance & perhaps get one of the upper rooms with a view! A little more expensive than the average B&B but well worth it.
3.8 on September 14, 2010
The Inn's best feature is the front porch with rocking chairs, and the complementary wine and hors d'oevres served at "tea time". The room was well furnished, but the mattress could have been firmer. We had a pleasant welcome from the management who left us alone with a key to the front door after eight p.m.
Visit availability calendar at website at saratogainnwhidbeyisland.com to view rooms.
Scenic views from Inn, Located in charming, artisan town, 1 hour from Seattle, Scenic, short ferry ride, Scenic in town, Walk to all shops & restaurants, Island, Mountains, Small town, Waterview
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 36 miles
From Sea-Tac Airport, Seattle & Edmonds: Take I-5 N to (Exit 182). You will be on HWY 525 aka Mukilteo Speedway, which takes you to the Mukilteo Ferry. Ferries to Clinton run every half hour. From Clinton ferry dock, go North on HWY 525 for 3 1/2 miles to first stoplight. Turn right onto Langley Road and continue 4 1/2 miles to first stop sign. Turn right on Cascade Avenue and Saratoga Inn will be approximately 300 yards on the left. Turn left into Inn’s parking lot.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Clyde Theatre, WICA (Whidbey Island Center for Arts), Cascade Mountains & Saratoga Passage, Deception Pass Bridge, Ft. Ebbey / Admiralty Head Lighthouse, Double Bluff Beach, Langley Marina, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Videos , Complimentary afternoon wine & cheese, Free WiFi access / HVAC in all rooms, use of DVDs, full breakfast, hot beverages, water and ice
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Whale Watching, Kayaking, Bookstores, Movie and Live Theatre, Art Galleries, Unique Specialty Shops, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Water sports