Inn at Ship Bay

Orcas Island, Washington

Inn at Ship Bay stewards are Proprietors MaryAnna and Geddes Martin, who bring their care for the land, their guests and for culinary excellence to Orcas Island. The Martins have since created a destination with one of the Island's finest restaurants, featuring Geddes' culinary talents.

The Inn's restaurant is located in the 1860's vintage house. The overnight accommodations, constructed in 2000, provide a relaxed Northwest style experience. There are several acres of heirloom fruit trees and gardens, which produce featured ingredients for seasonal menus. Island activities include whale watching, sailing, hiking, kayaking, horseback riding, bicycling, and art/pottery galleries, showing the work of local artisans.

Learn more about Inn at Ship Bay & Orcas Island Washington at www.innatshipbay.com

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Inn at Ship Bay

Amenities

10 rooms, 1 suite with jetted tub. Views, gas burning Franklin stoves, phones, TV, wireless internet, wet bars. Catered events & weddings.
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Have a question? Send an email, visit www.innatshipbay.com or call 1.877.276.7296.

Contact Information

Inn at Ship Bay

Innkeepers: Mary Anna & Geddes Martin

Reservations: 1.877.276.7296

Phone: 1.360.376.5886

shipbay@rockisland.com

www.innatshipbay.com

In The Press

There is an atmosphere of calm and relaxation on the generous waterfront grounds of the Ship Bay Inn, where a steady breeze from the East Sound tousles the wide green lawns and blows gently across the terrace as you enjoy your dinner or just an appetizer and a cool glass of wine... The former chef at Rosario resort, Geddes' cuisine is clean, bright and bursting with vegetal color... There's a wonderful immediacy to the food, so choose a wine from the Inn's smart list of left-coast wines and make a toast to orchards past...and present. — Island Dining by Ali Basye, Shannon Borg and Sara Dickerman