A place for memories that will
carry your heart into another world. The Tower House Bed & Breakfast is
located three miles from the Friday Harbor ferry terminal in the San Juan
Islands of Washington State. With only 2 large comfortable suites, free wireless
internet via DSL, hot tub, bathrobes, beautifully garnished, unique breakfasts,
it is the perfect romantic getaway. The San Juan Islands are located near
Victoria BC; Vancouver Island, Canada. This web site has over 20 pages
with expandable photos devoted to travel and lodging information with maps.
Also, information on whale watching, kayaking and bicycling in the San Juans, and Friday Harbor restaurants. Don't forget to check
our B&B room availability calendar. When you need a break from camping,
tired from a hard day of bicycling or just want to stay at a quiet place
and escape Seattle traffic and the stress of work, come stay at the Tower House
Bed and Breakfast.
romantic Queen Anne style B&B on 10 acres overlooking San Juan Valley.
Only 2 large suites with private baths, private sitting rooms and king sized
beds. With bathrobes for the hot tub, a peaceful country location and no
children allowed, this is your dream getaway accommodation to relax and
unwind. The sitting room in our Tower Room is a
large tower with a tufted window seat and stained glass window that views the
sunsets. This room is $180/night double occupancy. The private sitting room
in our Sun Room is a glassed in library with
its own porch for $165/night.
All guest areas are on the ground floor. Free Wifi.
The island is about 55 square miles and most of what you'll want
to see is scattered all over the island; therefore, we suggest bringing your
vehicle. If you need a taxi: Bob's Taxi (360) 378-6777; Raven Taxi
(360) 378-6868; San Juan Taxi (360) 378-3550; Bus transit (360) 378-8887 or
toll free (800) 887-8387 or
http://www.sanjuantransit.com. Auto rental at M&W (360) 378-2794
or (800) 323-6037 www.sanjuanauto.com
Note: The pictures throughout the site are
expandable with a mouse click. At the bottom of each expanded picture is an
arrow to return you to the previous page. A pause with the mouse, while
pointing to the thumbnail will bring up a description if using a current