Enjoy the breathtaking views of Saratoga Passage from this vintage 1946 beach cabin. Originally built as a family resort, vacationers still enjoy fishing, crabbing, beautiful sunrises, wild life, and simple peace and quiet. Even with updates to the systems and cosmetics you can still enjoy the charm of the era. Relax on the large deck or from around the fire pit and watch for eagles, seagulls, seals, otters and even whales from March to May. A short walk to a private park provides beach access, dock uses, boat launch, water front BBQ, fire pit, large picnic table, playground equipment including a swing set. A bike ride away, the cabin is located six miles from the historic town of Coupeville, and five miles from the Pt. Townsend-Keystone ferry. A day trip will offer the chance to eat the freshest Penn Cove mussels in the world, and the Keystone Ferry will take you to Port Townsend which is filled with restaurants and antique shops. To view more information about the community go to www.shangrilashores.com.
The quaint, sleepy town of Coupeville is the heart of Ebey's Landing National Historical Reserve. Explore Fort Casy with the beautiful Admiralty Head Lighthouse and the unusual Ice Age geologic formations know as the 'kettles'. Experience the many talents of the local artists who have made Whidbey Island their home. They are painters, woodcrafters, musicians and more. Stroll Front Street of Coupeville where crafts of the locals can be found and enjoy the magic that is only Whidbey.
Other Activities: Close to Coupeville's quaint shops and historic waterfront.
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