This site is dedicated to "BandB" (Barbara and Buddy, Howard)
 and to 

Whidbey Island

We love Our Lagoon Point Log Home

Whidbey Island, Greenbank, Washington

between Langley & Coupeville near Freeland

We enjoy the warmth of a real log home with spectacular accommodations and water view on tranquil Whidbey Island - 50 minutes north of Seattle . The island is easily reached by daily ferry service with departures every 30 minutes and is also accessible by Deception Pass Bridge at the north. Surrounded by nature's beauty, serenity and spectacular western views of Admiralty Inlet, Olympic Mountains and Olympic Peninsula. Enjoy sunsets and all the special touches. Breathe the fresh salt air, view passing ships, watch eagles ride the sea breeze. Short walk to private beach for owners and lovely public beaches for visitors. The setting is just perfect! 
We have a two Bedroom Suite for our occasional guests

Our one Bedroom Suite, Great room and south & west outer deck looking out on Puget Sound & great sunsets + Dining area / Kitchen

Our Lagoon Point & Whidbey Island video
Building our Log Home (1:20) / LP Sunset (0:45) / Lagoon Point & Whidbey (3min.)
Owners: Barbara & Howard
Information: 818-903-1980


Whidbey Island is a large island in Puget Sound that is accessible via car ferry or driving. It is approximately 1.5 hours from Seattle-Tacoma Airport. The island has many unique offerings: • Farmer’s markets with fresh baked goods, flowers, vegetables, and locally made crafts. • Antique storesArt galleriesEbey’s National Historic ReserveCamp CaseyDeception Pass State Park with miles of trails • Kayaking, biking, hiking • Coupeville and LangleyGrocery stores, Freeland PharmacyWide-assortment of restaurants • Spas • Oak Harbor GolfFreeland Golf Langley Golf HospitalGreenbank Farms Winery and Café • Daytrip on Keystone ferry to historic town of Port TownsendMeerkerk Rhododendron Gardens - Visit any one of Whidbey Island's noted restaurants. Walk to the private community beach where you can stroll the beach for miles collecting shells and rocks, or watching the starfish, shorebirds, seals, and whales. Whether you prefer beach walking, cycling, fishing, golf, wineries, movies, live theater or rock 'n roll, it's all at hand.