Snug Harbor Resort & Marina

Address: 1997 Mitchell Bay Rd, Friday Harbor, Washington, 98250-8507, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 1997 Mitchell Bay Rd, Friday Harbor, is near Maya's Westside Charters, Western Prince Whale Watching, San Juan Excursions, and Lime Kiln State Park.
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          • Beach
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Microwave in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Non-smoking hotel
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette
          • Family rooms


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Conference facilities
          • Banquet room
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Snug Harbor Resort & Marina Friday Harbor

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Friday Harbor

          San Juan (wild)Life

          A travel blog entry by cookcorn on Apr 20, 2015

          1 comment, 17 photos

          ... too well so they have somewhat limited themselves food-wise, and lets not talk about all the toxins in the fish....... Anyway, there was a bit of spyhopping going on and a few occasions where the young ones breached in the distance. A quick visit to the Stellar sea lions (the worlds biggest sea lion, possibly the smelliest and a source of food for the transient mammal feeding orca) just before getting in made for a nice but cold day out.


          India conclusion

          A travel blog entry by poeticdrifter on Jul 21, 2014

          4 photos

          After seeing seventeen different places in three months I've decided to end this tour of India. It was more to do with weather than anything. The season starter to get quite hot and humid surpassing 40 degrees everyday. I was not able to do much and found myself staying inside during most of the midday; I was missing a Canadian summer. I really wanted to go to the north east and Sikkim as well as the Bengal region to sea tigers in the wild. Sadly most of ...

          Orcas Island

          A travel blog entry by roadscholarorg on Oct 30, 2013

          7 photos

          ... Homework part two. I was drawn to the work of James Hardman- so much so that I may need to start my own collection of his work. Kate Scott is another artist that caught my attention. Her pieces were very thought provoking and inspired conversation amongst our group.

          In addition to collecting local art Leo is interested in both math and poetry. He does all of the molding himself and I am happy I took the time to ...

          Vancouver Island - Saanichton

          A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Oct 15, 2013

          1 comment, 57 photos

          ... you have to see them to believe what they are like), then a dodgy and dingy campground, then Popeyes Caravan Park (ugh). We didn't know what we were in for and were really relieved to see the Oceanview RV Park around the corner and at the end of the road. This RV park is not as picturesque as the others but it's extremely clean. It also has a rec room containing among other things a table tennis table - guess who won 2 games to 1? Not ...

          Ready, Set, Go!

          A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 21, 2013

          ... traveling against the wind and the big waves that come with it.

          One of the systems we have installed onboard is an AIS transponder. This lets us see big ships on our chartplotter and maybe more importantly it lets them see us. Believe it or not there is an app for that. We can see them on our iPad and iPhone as well.

          That's it for now we as have to hit the sack in order to be up early to catch the tide.

          Fair winds.