Tranquility Beach Lodge is a 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bath home sitting right on the waters edge. At high tide you will truly feel as though you are sitting on a boat! When the tide is out there is a lot of room to explore the tidelands and also take a walk in to the quaint little town of Langley.
We can accommodate up to 6 guests. There are king beds in each of the 2 bedrooms on the water side of the house. Each of these bedrooms has sliding doors that lead right out to the deck. The third room is best suited for kids. There are two bathrooms, one with a tub/shower combo and located between the den and one of the king bedrooms, the other through the laundry room off the kitchen.
There is a large grassy yard on the side of the house for kids, big and small, to run around and enjoy outdoor games on. The deck is large with seating, grill and a hot tub for your use! Watch the eagles and gulls fly, whales and porpoises frolic and play. This house is the last of 3 down at the waters edge, so feels quite private and secluded. Lots of great big windows give this home a very open feel, and offers great views throughout. Kayaks can be rented in Langley to enjoy during your stay.
The center of Langley is less than a mile drive from the house but you can also walk to town along the beach when the tide is out. Langley is a popular tourist draw and local gathering place. The town has much to offer, with a local movie theater, live theater, shopping, grocery store, restaurants, coffee shops and services such as library, post office, hair salons, yoga sudio, massage therapists, banks, etc. There is a museum as well, but with the neat old buildings and signs along one walkway right in town, you will get a sense of the history even if you don't visit the museum. The marina offers a place to fish, crab, look at boats, launch a boat, and enjoy a picnic lunch. So many beautiful options - how to decide?
Close proximity to Seattle, Port Townsend, Anacortes, and the San Juan Islands should you want to take a day trip somewhere. Deception Pass, the most visited State park in all of Washington, is at the north end of the island, just over a 1 hour drive. Great shopping, parks, hikes, and local attractions, may keep you right here on the south end; even if you come for a week or two!