A short and scenic Mukilteo-to-Clinton ferry ride and a fifteen minute drive south on Whidbey Island and you're a world away.
One of the best locations on the island, this private beach location on South Whidbey's Possession Point is perfect for experiencing or observing nature. Whether you're fishing, clamming, crabbing, or watching the bald eagles, whales, sea lions and seals, or just enjoying a glass of wine by the fire while the storm rages outside, Anchors Away is likely to be your next favorite getaway.
Remodeled in 2017, this smoke-free, three-bedroom house is truly beachfront. 100 feet of private tidelands in front and a natural brackish wetland and alder forest behind. Featuring plush new pillowtop mattresses in every room, with 1 King, 1 Queen and 2 Full size beds. 1.5 bathrooms. Wood-Burning fireplace, large deck. Two smart HDTVs (Dish), well-equipped updated kitchen & Hi-speed Internet (coming Dec 8)
Introductory Rates (Limited Time)
Summer and Holiday Rates $219/night
2-night minimum stay. Cleaning fee $75. Deposit $200 refundable
Rise and shine! View from the upstairs bedroom
So much to do and see here on site, and
South Whidbey offers wide array of activities.
Common: California Sea Lions, Harbor Seals, Porpoise, Bald Eagles, Deer, Rabbits, waterfowl, Herons, Commercial and Recreational fishermen/crabbers, Victoria Clipper,
Occassionally: Orca (Killer) and Gray Whales, Otters, Military Vessels, and more
"We had so much fun! I really enjoyed watching the eagles and seals every day. Everything you could want"
"Can I just live here? When can I come back?"
"Year round - This is our favorite place to have a stay-cation"
We're opening in November and the holiday season nearly upon us, so this is your chance to book for Thanksgiving Weekend, Christmas Week, New Years Week and spring breaks before the news spreads. Act now before those dates are gone!
The directions from Google/Bing/Mapquest and GPS may fall short as you approach, so be sure to note the address posted on the big tree atop the driveway. Avoid the sharp u-turn entry by going to the end of Possession Road, turn around and head back up the hill 200 yards to the unpaved driveway.