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Honestly, this B&B may have been a perfect destination for a stay in the San Juans, but when my wife and I found out we would not be able to go 24 hours after booking, we expected at least some of our room cost to...More
Thank Richard S
Response from BlueHeron, Owner at Blue Heron Rooms and GlampingResponded 1 week ago
We have a strict cancellation policy to protect our small business. Our cancellation policy on booking.com is clearly stated before a guest agrees to the purchase. We do apologize for not responding promptly to your email. Our two young boys keep us busy. We...More
Loved my cozy room and watching the sun rise on my private balcony! Hardwood floors and eco friendly bathroom and sink gave it an almost log cabin vibe. There was a nice space to put my suitcase and coats. I liked that you could control...More
The night my boyfriend and I spent on Kate & Abe's 74ft sailboat was a night we won't forget! Orcas Island feels like a dream and being on the sailboat allowed us to escape the business of modern life - we felt like we were...More
The Blue Heron hit the spot as a relaxing spot on Orcas Island.
We stayed in the Pelican Room, which can sleep up to 4. A gorgeous view from the private deck. No in room fridge, but a shared one outside in the hall, along...More
A fantastic, peaceful location; a spacious, clean room (Pelican) with the view of the bay; a balcony good for eating and having a drink (again with the beatiful view); comfy mattresses; small but varied and delicious breakfests. What else can you ask for? Well, you...More
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It depends on the room that you’re staying in. I booked the Egret room, which had a private bathroom/shower. One of the other rooms had a dedicated bathroom but it was across the hall – I’m not sure if they would be sharing... More
It depends on the room that you’re staying in. I booked the Egret room, which had a private bathroom/shower. One of the other rooms had a dedicated bathroom but it was across the hall – I’m not sure if they would be sharing it with another person but it didn’t seem so.