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We found out about the Blue Heron from researching Trip Advisor for B&B's on Orcas, since coming from Florida we had no idea what was good and what wasn't. We fortunately hit the right one - it was perfect. We showed up from the ferry...More
I recently had the pleasure of staying at Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast in the cozy Walrus Room. The room came with a private balcony overlooking the harbor and sitting on the balcony with coffee (or wine) was a nice, relaxing way to begin and...More
We stayed 2 nights in the Otter room which is toward the back of the house and you get to the room from an outside door, so it is very private. Since this room is on the main floor and backs up to the kitchen...More
My husband, son, his fiancee and their sweet but anxious large rescue dog stayed here in early August. The event was a good friend's wedding- which required that we leave the anxious dog at the B and B. The hosts were very accommodating and helpful....More
Reminiscent of staying at my grandmother's farmhouse. Inn would benefit from updating. Perhaps we expected more as the two other B&Bs we stayed at in the islands were top notch. Room was clean, which was a definite plus. Mattress in need of replacement, linens far...More
Response from BlueHeron, Owner at Blue Heron Rooms and GlampingResponded 27 October 2017
We are the new owners of the Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast! We really appreciate your honest review and hope you will stay with us again. We have updated the home. We do continue with a simple breakfast, but it is fresh and...More
Response from suscantor | Reviewed this property |
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.