Tranquility Beach Lodge is a 3 bedroom, 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 7-9 guests depending on how many children you have in your party. 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 bedroom is a bunk room suited best for kids. We have 2 twin bunk beds with 1 additional pull out twin bed. There are two bathrooms, one with a tub/shower combo and located between the bunk room 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!