In the heart of Puget Sound, Camano Island is a 1 hour drive, no ferry is necessary, from Seattle or the Canadian border. The beachside setting of Camano Island inn
is quiet and relaxing. The private waterfront decks are a perfect place to enjoy the spectacular views of water, wildlife, boat traffic, mountains, and sunsets. The inn offers kayaking and massage. Fine dining is available nearby, as well as golf, antiquing, art galleries, and a state park.
The newly and spectacularly remodeled historic inn is furnished in a comfortably elegant craftsman style, with antiques throughout. The inn diplays original artwork by NW artisans.
The rooms, with King or Queen beds, and private baths, are furnished with indulgent relaxation in mind. Private waterfront decks are great places to take in the spectacular view. An in-room jetted tub-for-two is a popular option. Featherbeds and duvets keep you cozy. Rooms are equipped with phone, television/vcrs, and cable.
A full breakfast is included with the room. It may be eaten in the dining room, or in the sitting are of one's room. Kayaks and massage are available. A meeting room is available for groups.
From Interstate 5, take exit 212. The signs will say Hiway 532, to Stanwood and Camano Island.
At the stop sign, turn left (West) onto Hiway 532, folowing the signs to Stanwood and Camano Island.
Follow Hiway 532 through Stanwood and onto Camano Island.
Continue on Hiway 532 as it takes a wide sweeping turn to the left (South) and becomes East Camano Drive. Avoid exiting onto North Camano Drive, which exits Hiway 532 to the right.
Heading South on East Camano Drive, you will pass a Texaco, Camano Plaza grocery store, and Camaloch Golf Course. These will all be on your left. One half mile past the golf course, look for Camano Hill Road on the right.
Turn right onto Camano Hill Road. Continue over Camano Hill to the stop sign.
At the stop sign, turn left (South) onto West Camano Drive.
As West Camano Drive nears the water, look for Camano Island Inn on your right. Look for the river rock fence posts lining the parking area and the two story river rock fireplace. There is a large carved wood sign out front beneath the arbor.