Wildwood Manor Bed and Breakfast

Address: 5335 Roche Harbor Road, Friday Harbor, Washington, 98250, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 5335 Roche Harbor Road, Friday Harbor, is near Western Prince Whale Watching, San Juan Excursions, Captain Carli's Whale Watch, and San Juan Outfitters.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Wildwood Manor Bed and Breakfast Friday Harbor

      Outstanding!

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      My husband and I rendezvous'ed with another couple in the San Juan Islands for a short vacation. We stayed at Wildwood Manor in the San Juan suite. The minute we entered the B & B we were amazed with how beautiful it is. The suite was faboulous and was decorated in a very elegant style. We especially enjoyed the breathtaking views from our room. Breakfast was phenomenal (Wish they had a Cookbook)! Our hosts were very welcoming and pleasant. They attended to all of our needs. We can't wait to go back and we will definetely be staying at Wildwood Manor again.

      Wild about Wildwood Manor

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      Charming Bed & Breakfast nestled among the deer-filled woods. The rooms are beautifully appointed with lovely antiques and lush linens. Breakfast is a culinary experience. And the owners are wonderful...friendly and attentive. I'm planning to go back next year!

      A Taste of Perfection

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      With relatives coming from England we were hopeful of finding special lodging for our stay in the San Juan Islands. We hit the jackpot when we found Wildwood Manor B & B on San Juan Island, Washington.

      Our initial call to Michael for reservations could not have been more welcoming, checking our dietary needs, asking if we were celebrating any special event, etc.

      The Wildwood home is impeccable. The entire house elegant and luxurious. And our host Michael was ever present to take care of any need or questions. And the breakfasts are to die for. Each morning we had a marvelous three course meal. And the ever available snacks were a welcome break at any hour. We even returned for a third night that had been planned for another island. THANK YOU MICHAEL for the special memories.

      Most perfect inn I've seen of nearly a hundred! Fabulous hosts.

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      This is the most perfect B&B I have seen. The elegant home in the woods is designed perfectly for a B&B...many common areas so you can visit with others or have complete privacy. There are acres of grounds, and views ranging from the forest in which it is nestled to Puget Sound and the islands. Large rooms, beautifully appointed, made it easy to relax. And the breakfast was splendid - and beautifully served.

      Gorgeous B&B, Fantastic Hosts

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      This weekend getaway was the first time my husband and I went to San Juan Island, and staying at the Wildwood Manor was truly the highlight of our trip. Our hosts were welcoming, friendly, easy-going, charming, and genuinely interested in making our visit to the island relaxing and memorable. The rooms of the inn are newly remodeled and positively gorgeous. The grounds are beautifully kept and have a lovely view of the water. And the multi-course breakfasts are fit for royalty (or heavy-duty hiking). In short, we felt pampered and certain that we would go back.

      Wonderful in every way

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      I've just returned from my first trip to the San Juan Islands, and my stay there at Wildwood Manor helped make it a very memorable experience. The whole place is absolutely beautiful (and immaculately kept), and the very gracious innkeepers have thought of everything imaginable to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Relaxing in the hammock looking up through the pine trees... sitting in the "great room" or on the garden deck looking out over the water - you really feel like you are "away from it all". It was also fun to linger over the fabulous breakfasts and talk with the other guests, who were all very friendly. I can't imagine a more lovely place to stay anywhere in the area!

      Enchanting... Wildwood Manor!

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      Wildwood Manor is the best bed & breakfast that I have ever experienced. WM, surrounded by a forest filled with wildlife and water views of the San Juan Channel, is truly enchanting. The owners, Michael Bitterman and John Gallagher, make you feel very welcomed and spoil you with excellent gourmet breakfasts in a beautiful home they have created for their guests. I would highly, highly, highly recommend staying at Wlldwood Manor. It was difficult to leave!

      Best Ever B&B

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      Wow!! What a place. We stayed in the San Juan Suite. It was beautifully decorated with a fantastic view of the Bay. The entire B&B has been redecorated by the incredible owners, John and Michael. Although we did not get the opportunity to meet John, Michael was an incredible host and chef. The wildlife on the grounds was great including a family of deer that seemed to almost live there. This is a place that you won't want to leave.

      Michael was very helpful in recommending restaurants and activities on the island.

      Highly recommended!!

      Outstanding B&B!!!!

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      If you value beautiful scenery/surroundings, tastefully decorated rooms (like those in a designer showhouse) and genuine attention to your personal needs, this is the property for you. My wife and I recently celebrated a wedding anniversary at Wildwood Manor in the lovely and nicely appointed San Juan Suite with its serene views of the Sound. Innkeepers Michael and John (two of the nicest people you will ever meet) ensured that no detail of our trip was too small for their personal attention and made our stay a lasting memory. The innovative and exquisitely delicious breakfasts served in their beautiful dining room (made even more excellent by the presence of funny and engaging guests) was a great start to our days there. We have stayed in numerous B&Bs throughout the U.S. and, without doubt, Wildwood ranks in the upper echelon for its keen attention to guests and overall package.

      I wholeheartedly recommend Wildwood Manor to anyone wishing the ultimate B&B experience when visiting the San Juans.

      First Class Relaxation

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      What a treat! This gem of a Bed & Breakfast provided a lovely backdrop for a retirement celebration with my mother. The inn has just been updated/upgraded, is completely charming and includes thoughtful touches like fluffy bathrobes, divine bath products and delicious teas and snacks.

      The setting could not be more beautiful -- views from the chaise lounge chairs look out over the water and a whole family of deer frolics within close range.

      Michael and John (the innkeepers) were thoroughly helpful with making our plans, which included a whale watch and dinner at the Duck Soup Inn. Breakfast was both creative and delicious and served with great care by Michael.

      I would highly recommend Wildwood Manor to those looking for an intimate island experience with sophisticated flair.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wildwood Manor Bed and Breakfast Friday Harbor

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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