Contemporary and inviting, our private waterfront suites are located on the southern end of Camano Island on Washington's beautiful Puget Sound.
Just 90 minutes north of downtown Seattle, you will feel a world away as you enjoy the beauty of our unparalleled location. Whether from your own private deck, your cozy bed, our bright breakfast room, or from our stunning waterfront patio, you will appreciate the relaxing atmosphere and comforting amenities our beach house has to offer.
Your day will begin with a deliciously indulgent hot breakfast - (none of that continental stuff here)! You may join others in the waterfront breakfast room, or enjoy breakfast served in your room. Either way, the time is up to you. Enjoy a mug of locally roasted coffee while you plan your day.
Does spending the day cozied in your waterfront room, enjoying the view sound nice? Select a movie from our DVD library or bring your own. Each room also features cable tv, free wifi access, and ipod docking stati
Established in 2005.
The Blue Moon Beach House was built in 2002. Husband and wife owners Andy and Samantha Egloff personally manage the Blue Moon and attend to the smallest details.
There are only three rooms, which allow peace and quiet, privacy, and individual attention. All rooms feature new comfort-top mattresses, down comforters with duvets, feather pillows, and 450 thread count sheets. Each room has an immaculate private bath with fluffy white vanilla and lavender scented towels and bathrobes. All rooms are top-floor, right on the water, with huge windows and high-beam ceilings to give you the best unobstructed water view you can imagine. Each room is unique. The Blue Moon can provide you with accommodations for whatever type of vacation getaway you desire.
Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 3267 Shoreline Dr, Camano Island, WA, 98282
Hotels in Camano Island, WA Bed & Breakfast in Camano Island, WA
- Mon: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Tue: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Wed: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Thu: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Fri: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Sat: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
- Sun: 3:00 pm - 12:00 am
1. Ali P.
I absolutely loved this Bed & Breakfast. If you are looking for a perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of your daily city life, this is it. Couldn't have asked for a better weekend of comfort and warmth from Sam and Andy. Amazing breakfasts that make you feel you were at a 5 star restaurant. Eating next to a wood burning fireplace looking over the puget sound made every day start out with a smile.
Again, the owners made you feel like you were truly special from carrying our luggage in to making sure our coffee was never empty in the morning. I highly recommend this clean, quaint and rejuvenating B & B.
There is hiking at a nearby park, beach walking and in warm weather kayaks. I will definitely be back and am going to tell everyone I know to get away at the Blue Moon.
15/02/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Angela S.
Not closed! see the other site!
15/02/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Meghan P.
I agree, this place is so wonderful. The Innkeepers are gracious and friendly and the rooms are GORGEOUS. Not to mention the views onto the sound. We watched whales frolic as we ate our delicious and huge breakfast made by Samantha, who used to run a bakery in Spokane.
09/04/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Kathy S.
What a fantastic get-away, just 90 min. from Seattle--and no ferry required. Andy & Sam are terrific hosts that deliver in so many ways. From the warm welcome upon arrival and showing us around (they are clearly very proud of what they've created). And then there are the breakfasts, which are delicious. We enjoyed some chorizo sausage and an herb quiche with grilled asparagus. They offer a locally roasted coffee too! The second morning, we enjoyed gingerbread Belgian waffles with yogurt--delicious! All of that enjoyment was taken in along with an incredible view of the water and lovely Dahlias Sam planted around the perimeter of this modern B&B.
We were in the larger room with the hot tub. It was worth the price! The bed was really comfy.
The TV was a little small and placed in a somewhat awkward location; however, you will most likely seldom watch it with such a nice view and wonderfully, relaxing room(s)! **UPDATE: Sam emailed me after reading my review to let me know that they just installed a 26" flat screen and DVD player! Now there's an enticement to return, eh? :)
I plan to go back.
Thank you Sam & Andy for creating a really special space!
29/09/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Endura G.
Clean, peaceful, and very well put together.
All the rooms were full, but our suite felt totally private. Everything about this place was excellent: common areas, rooms, amenities, beds, view, breakfast, and location. We'd love to go back.
21/03/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
6. Ed A.
Great bed, great breakfast! Fine service, fine scenery! It was everything we wanted, and more.
It was forecast to be the hottest Sep 10 in Seattle area on record (90!) so we looked for a place that would have a better temperature--Camano Island was expecting 72. Where will we stay? We found a cute B&B with a northeast exposure, great blue herons, and pink salmon jumping out of the water. Sounded good, but the reality was even better.
We arrived about 3:30 pm, met the proprietress Sam, and were shown our room, with 12 feet of glass window and door, and its own balcony only 5 feet from the water at high tide. We wondered how far we'd have to drive for dinner--15 minutes away. We often drive that far for dinner, but suddenly we didn't want to leave the balcony, for anything! We had suddenly realized we were ready to be pampered, and we'd come to the right place.
After dinner, we spent most of our time on the balcony, except for a stroll along the dead-end lane that ran behind the houses. If we'd had an air mattress we would have slept on the balcony.
However, the bed was big and comfortable. The room was very clean, and had a little gas fireplace which we won't need until we come back in winter.
The balcony overlooked the bay separating us from the mainland, and was indeed full of fish jumping, slapping and splashing all through the day and night. We left the door open all night.
Then we watched the sun rise over the Cascades, while one of the great blue herons stalked along the water's edge, two doors down from us, catching a bit of breakfast.
Then came our breakfast, prepared by Sam, delivered to our room. A basil and sun-dried tomato omelet, chicken sausage, strawberries and whipped cream, a little spice bundt cake, orange juice and tea, tasty and filling.
We could have made our own meals, as we had a fridge and microwave in our room. If we'd asked, Andy would have set up the fire pit and we could have made s'mores.
Maybe tonight...we're staying two nights, as one night's not enough. This is really the place to get away from it all, there is no car traffic, only occasional motor boat passing by, no phone in the room (though there is free wi-fi Internet access).
12/09/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
7. Jessi M.
We came here this week as a "minimoon" after our Vegas wedding. Right after we made it to the Blue Moon, the snow started. Sam, our hostess met us at the door and gave us a short tour. She then showed us to our room where we had a platter of chocolate covered strawberries and a bottle of sparkling cider waiting (we booked the romance package...).
My first impressions, and second, and third were all positive. This place is great. It is neat, bright, airy, and directly overlooks the water. At the recommendation of reviews I had read, we booked the Sea Star room. It was lovely! The bed was so comfortable and the B&B so peaceful that we both had the best sleep we've had in a long time.
Our room had a flat screen TV, and HUGE windows looking out onto the water. There was also an extremely deep tub in the bathroom good for major soaking. And in case you are wondering, two people will definitely fit. We are average sized and found it perfectly comfortable. There is even a window in the bathroom that you can look out while soaking.
Back to those strawberries...they were amazing! We couldn't help but gobble them up like greedy little kids. So tasty!
So, after a great back, delicious treats, and a solid sleep, we awoke to the most amazing breakfast! Sam is an amazing cook and our first morning she prepared creme brulee french toast, sausage, and yogurt with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and mango. She also brought a carafe of Camano Island Roasters coffee, hot chocolate for me, and a carafe of orange juice. Yum!
After a day of tutting around the area and another great sleep, we woke up to yet another amazing breakfast. I'm actually uploading a pic of this one. It included a sun-dried tomato and basil omelette, sliced sausage, strawberries with whipped cream, and homemade coffee cakes. The same drinks accompanied as the day prior. Wow, this was equally delicious! After breakfast we even got to watch seals outside the window of our room. This is a great place.
If you are up in Camano Island, definitely give this little B&B a try. Sam and her husband Andy are unobtrusive, yet friendly. Their B&B is the perfect way to recharge at the end of the day.
24/02/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
8. Christian D.
Yep, pretty darn fantastic. Let's face it, B&B's can be a mixed bag, even if they get good reviews due to the clientele that might happen to be staying with you.
I'll try to note some things that other reviews may have omitted:
1) This place is silent. I mean DEAD silent. So quiet that you'll probably hear your ears ring, someone sneeze from 3 miles across the bay, and possibly a harbor seal fart. Keep this in mind if you're sensitive to startling noises from fellow B&B'ers in other rooms. We were lucky enough not to hear a peep out of anyone. No moaners or cell phone yappers. Whew!
2) Their kitchen is your kitchen. I'd like to know when the owners eat, because we never saw them. They keep things very clean and wiped down and their meal timing is excellent. They graciously let us use their fridge for our lunch/dinner foods (see #3). They did not have coffee going during the day, but they showed me how to brew up some.
3) For lunch/dinner you're on your own. Keep this in mind because food isn't exactly conveniently located near this B&B. Think 15-30 minutes away. We packed some food to alleviate trips into town.
4) Andy was "omnipresent" but never annoying. When we randomly returned from our sea kayak adventure, he came out to meet us. How did he know?
5) Rent the double-kayak. No, just do it. You're probably like us; a couple married folks who have been at it a while. It will be a lesson in teamwork and cooperation. Let the lady sit up front guys and remember, you can steer but she can splash you or smash you with her paddle.
6) Don't be afraid to walk up and down the shoreline. Just pay attention to the tide so you don't get stuck. Also, the road going north is a nice walk. Many of the neighbors keep their beach homes in impeccable condition. We only encountered one questionable dog; there were no others to worry about.
I hope this review helps. It's a nice B&B for a night or two. Listening to the waves lap at the sea wall during the night is very soothing.
27/06/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0