Your Complete Guide to Lodging & Dining in Central Whidbey!
WELCOME TO WHIDBEY
Nestled in the heart of Puget Sound and beautiful Whidbey Island, Coupeville is the second oldest town in Washington State. The Island's natural beauty beckons you to come and join us! With our mild climate, you can enjoy activities year round.
An hour’s trip from downtown Seattle, Coupeville and Central Whidbey Island offer peaceful landscapes and opportunities for biking, hiking, kayaking, sailing, or just breathing in the fresh sea air and relaxing in locally owned and operated restaurants and inns.
A wide variety of interests are met in exploring the Island County Historical Society Museum, Admiralty Lighthouse, Meerkerk Gardens, antique shops, art galleries, heritage farms, working studios, wineries, farmers markets, and the Coupeville Arts Center with year-round fine art classes, are but a few of the choices.
While visiting Whidbey Island, stay at one of Coupeville’s outstanding Bed & Breakfasts, Inns, Cottages or Cabins.
ROOMS & SUITES
Choose from a variety of B&Bs, hotels, cabins, and more.
Coupeville is home to some of the most in-demand and critically acclaimed restaurants on Whidbey Island. Get dressed up for a reservation with fine dining, or grab a cup of coffee to sip out on the historic Coupeville Wharf, our wide range of options and prices will suit your every need.
Walk the paths or hike the trails in Deception Pass State Park. Explore the coastal meadows and stunning views at Fort Casey or Fort Ebey. Enjoy the many shops and restaurants. Scuba dive, golf, wind surf, go whale watching, or bring your bike and discover Kettles Trail Park. Whether its your first visit or your 40th, there's always something new to discover.
Central Whidbey offers events all year round. Whether you're a foodie, a biker, an art lover, a wine connoisseur, or a family looking for adventure, check out our annual calendar of events to see if your trip matches up with any activities.