Elegant Friday Harbor lodging on beautiful San Juan Island
Guest Rooms at Wildwood Manor
Wildwood Manor has five professionally designed guest rooms, all distinguished by the decorative elements that make your stay on San Juan Island a unique and elegant experience. All our rooms feature:
  • private baths
  • fine bath amenities
  • luxurious linens and robes
  • hairdryers
  • televisions and DVD players
  • ihome clock radios with iphone/ipod docking
  • wireless internet

The Orcas Suite

Our largest room, the Orcas Suite is a romantic retreat, perfect for celebrating an anniversary, honeymoon, or idyllic vacation. Located on the main floor of the Manor, it is private and easily accessible. Guests enter into the large living room space that boasts a wood-burning fireplace, reading nook, and bistro table sitting area.

The bedroom features a king-size bed with an ornate teak wall panel and access to your own private outdoor deck with beautiful San Juan Channel water views. The spa-like bathroom features a pedestal soaking tub and a large open shower, and separate water closet.

The suite is a home away from home and is beautifully decorated in earth tones of green and blue. Cozy on up in the window seat and watch the deer graze on their breakfast or enjoy the sights and sounds of birds and the water view on your deck, the Orcas Suite offers it all.

Rate $325 per night May through
  $275 per night April and October




The San Juan Suite

This second-floor waterview suite includes two rooms and has sweeping views from the living room of the San Juan channel , Waldron Island and the snow-capped Canadian mountains in the distance. The bedroom features a king-sized bed, with a custom-made upholstered wingback headboard in a cherry-blossom motif. The living room of the suite includes a sleeper sofa, making it suitable for a third guest or for two guests seeking separate sleeping arrangements. French doors join the two rooms.

The suite has been professionally designed in soft shades of blue, providing a peaceful and calm retreat for guests. The private bathroom has a shower featuring beautiful Italian tile.

Rate $285 per night May through
  $225 per night April and October
There is an additional $75 charge per night for a third person in the suite.




The Decatur Room

This third-floor waterview room enjoys wonderful views and the privacy that comes from being the only room on the floor. The room offers a queen size bed with painted iron headboard, as well as a charming alcove with a love seat where guests can read, watch television or simply enjoy the tranquility around them. The room is designed in soothing shades of pale yellow, echoing the sun that floods through the trees around the inn. The private bathroom features a spacious custom-tiled shower.

Rate $240 per night May through September
  $195 per night April and October

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The Shaw Room

This second-floor woodside view room is done in crisp white, with accents of pale lavender.  This bright room features a queen-sized sleigh bed made of fruitwood and an antique French armoire.  A pair of Bergere chairs and table in the bay window invite you to sit and watch the deer as they walk along the grounds. The private bathroom features a combination tub and shower and walk-in closet.

Rate $215 per night May through September
  $185 per night April and October

The Lopez Room

This sunny second-floor woodside view room is designed in muted tones of green and ecru, which complement the inn’s forest setting. The room features a queen-sized bed with a custom-upholstered head board in a subtle palm motif, reflecting a sophisticated island feel. The private bathroom features a combination tub and shower.

Rate $215 per night May through
  $185 per night April and October



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