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The Wild Iris Inn is a short drive from Seattle and Vancouver, but "miles away!" Our 18-room inn is designed with your comfort in mind. 12 of our rooms are suites with jetted spa tubs, king beds, fireplaces, and outdoor decks/patios with fabulous views of the Cascade Mountains. Our 6...
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My daughter and I stayed here for 2 nights the first of July and LOVED it!! Beautiful setting, very quiet & peaceful, great breakfast entree each morning along with delicious bread & fruit bar, not to mention real plates, mugs, & cloth napkins all served...More
This Inn hits the mark on all counts. One is greeted with the best out-of-the-oven cookies (would love the recipe), a smile, and a very welcoming reception and lounge area. The room had a fireplace and 2 (!) leather wingback chairs either side. The decor...More
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Response from wildirisinn2017, Manager at The Wild Iris InnResponded 12 March 2018
Hi Kim G, We so appreciate you taking the time to write this review and happy you enjoyed our lounge area and your room. We have recently finished some updating and love the positive feedback. Our cookie recipe is actually on our website, www.wildiris.com, under...More
We returned to the Wild Iris Inn because we had a great experience last time we visited several years ago. The room was still a wonderful experience. Unfortunately, the breakfast quality was not what it was. My husband has Celiac Disease and on our previous...More
Response from wildirisinn2017, Owner at The Wild Iris InnResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. Glad that you enjoyed the room.
Breakfast is complimentary and we include a variety of items to help with those who are not able to eat main dish that is served daily. We...More
We had to catch the ferry out of Anacortes and were looking for a place to stay the night before so we wouldn't have to rush from airport to Anacortes. I found the area of La Conner online and then this inn through tripadvisor. We...More
I actually booked a weekend with my partner at the Wild Iris Inn because they were one of the only places with availability in our time frame in the area. It was a last minute trip and I honestly didn't look very far into our...More
There is no parking for a trailer at the Inn and we didn't see anything close. All the streets and parking in the town are pretty tight. Perhaps the Inn folks can help. A quick Google map check looked like there is... More
There is no parking for a trailer at the Inn and we didn't see anything close. All the streets and parking in the town are pretty tight. Perhaps the Inn folks can help. A quick Google map check looked like there is nothing close.
There is no reason why it wouldn't be OK for your son. However, I don't believe they get many children there. They do have bikes for Guest use but there is really nothing for children to do. It's really a well located inn... More
There is no reason why it wouldn't be OK for your son. However, I don't believe they get many children there. They do have bikes for Guest use but there is really nothing for children to do. It's really a well located inn for touring the area. You would not hang out and be entertained there. I don't know if this helps but if you have any other questions please contact me.