An Absolutely Wonderful Stay
We visited Whidbey Island for the first time in October 2021 and stayed for 2 nights. This charming B&B has about 15 rooms but only 1 or 2 are wheelchair accessible. We stayed in room #4 on the first floor and I highly recommend you request this specific room. It had a king bed, fireplace and access to a shared large balcony overlooking the Cascade Mountains and Saratoga Passage – just a spectacular view and setting. The bathroom is accessible. Many of the rooms are upstairs (no elevator) or have queen beds so carefully select the room you desire.
The breakfast they served each morning was absolutely delicious, and the breakfast room was lovely and totally accessible. The self parking lot was accessible and the side entrance was up a slight ramp to the front patio and entrance.
The Saratoga Inn was right in the heart of the charming Langley village where there were several nice restaurants, cafes and multiple boutique shops and galleries. We drove all around Whidbey Island, from Oak Harbor to Deception Pass and thoroughly enjoyed the historical museum in Coupeville. Honestly, the best place to stay on Whidbey is Langley.
On the WJAR index, the Saratoga Inn gets a 3 due to a few limits on accessibility but everything I needed was totally accessible. We loved this charming inn and setting, and I highly recommend it. One of my new Favorites! But please request room 4. Wonderful memory. In fact we gave gift certificates to stay here to family members.