Fidalgo Country Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFidalgo Country Inn Anacortes
We stayed at the Fidalfo Country Inn just outside of Anacortes. This place is moderately priced and pet friendly. They offer a Continental breakfast in the morning.
We had a double queen room which included a refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot. The room had a TV with basic cable. The room was clean the front staff people were nice and we would definitely stay here again.
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