Waterfront Boutique Hotel in Washington State

Waterfront Boutique Hotel in Washington State
Waterfront Boutique Hotel in Washington State
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$208.95 20% $41.79

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Stay at La Conner Channel Lodge in Washington. Dates into June.


  • Hotel at a Glance: La Conner Channel Lodge

    Many of this lodge’s rooms overlook the Swinomish Channel from private balconies or patios. They’re prime spots for catching sea breezes and watching boats glide by. Gas fireplaces beckon when the weather’s cool, and the jetted tubs in king rooms provide relaxing escapes.

    • Free perks WiFi, and continental breakfast with housemade granola.
    • Live music from a baby grand piano fills the lobby on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5 p.m until 7 p.m.
    • Regional cuisine including Samish Bay oysters at The Oyster & Thistle Restaurant & Pub, located a five-minute walk away.
    • Local wines can be sampled during free tastings at neighboring Hellam’s Vineyard.
    • Whale watching with the nearby Island Adventures, which offers 8-hour tours departing from the Channel Lodge’s dock starting April 1 through September.

    La Conner, Washington: Historic Waterfront Town with Contemporary Arts Scene

    Situated halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, La Conner is a small waterfront town surrounded by tulip and daffodil farms. The oldest town in Skagit County, it was originally a fishing village thanks to its location at the tip of the Swinomish Channel, a saltwater slough that connected local fishermen to Puget Sound. Today, you’re more likely to see recreational boaters sailing the channel; the bright-orange Rainbow Bridge offers one of the best views.

    Following the Great Depression, La Conner became a haven for writers and artists who found inspiration in the picturesque scenery and quiet lifestyle. By 1970 the town was home to one of the most vibrant artists’ communities in the Northwest. You can glimpse this legacy at the Museum of Northwest Art, where exhibits highlight work from the region’s many contemporary artists including Walter Isaacs and Morris Graves. Another form of artistry can be found at the Pacific Northwest Quilt & Fiber Arts Museum, where you can see three stories of locally made quilts that range from traditional to contemporary.

The Company

La Conner Channel Lodge

205 North 1st Street