Located in the hub of Northwest Washington State, Samish Point by the Bay is central to all the area attractions. Visit our web site to view the 'Five Fabulous Day Trips' that highlight this beautiful region.
Samish Island, part of the San Juan Archipelago, was connected to the mainland in the 1950's. Quiet, private, casual, the island offers a peaceful retreat for those who inhabit it's beautiful terrain.
Our 'Little House in the Park' is nestled in a serene setting among giant cedar, fir, and big leaf maple trees that stand grandly on 40 waterfront acres meandering across high wooded bluffs that drop majestically to sandy beaches and rocky coves.
The gracious gardens include a mature orchard of pears, plums, apples and cherries, perennial beds, sweeping lawns and woodlands that frame the expansive views of Samish Bay. An extensive private trail system leads through meadows, forested walks, and to the drift wood beach below for hours of beach combing. Only two houses, Samish Point Cottage and your host home located on the other side of the property, share this private estate.
Styled after the Cape Cod homes of the 1940's our 'Little House' unto itself, connects to nature with views of a vast sweeping garden and wild native woodlands. Bird life abounds with daily sightings of soaring bald eagles and the great Blue Heron.
Artfully designed the River Rock fireplace commands the cozy living room and adjacent dinette with full kitchen. The kitchen pantry is well stock with all the basics for cooking in, or try one of the nearby restaurants offering choices from casual pub-grub to haute cuisine with award winning wine cellars. For your convenience Starbucks coffee, tea, cream and sugar are provided for two mornings of your stay. Each bedroom has it's own ensuite bathroom with the king bedroom on the main floor and the two queen bedrooms are on the second flood with an adjoining reading loft.
For those who seek a secluded, restful retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life, Samish Point Cottage will suit you every need.
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