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Wine on the Rock, Bainbridge IslandAnnouncing our “Wine on the Rock” Getaway Package! (April 22-23, 2017)

Come spend a spring weekend on Beautiful Bainbridge Island in April while enjoying Wine & Cheese! You may just want to make this your new “Welcome to Spring” getaway tradition and we hope you do.

Treat yourself  to a special wine tasting weekend! Join all seven Bainbridge Island wineries for wine & cheese to kick off a glorious spring. Some wineries will have live music and each winery will be pairing their wines with amazing cheeses. Event will take place from 12-5pm Saturday & Sunday April 22-23, 2017.  Ticket purchase is good for both days. Continue reading

Bainbridge Island Waterfront Rental: Rising Moon Beach House

If you’re looking for the quintessential Bainbridge Island vacation rental, go no further than the Rising Moon Beach House.

Perched on a bluff overlooking Puget Sound on Bainbridge Island’s Skiff Point, this luxury Bainbridge Island waterfront rental house boasts a hot tub and 200-degree views of downtown Seattle and majestic Mt. Rainier from virtually every room!

Spectacular in any season, The Rising Moon Beach House‘s crown jewel is the master suite, with panoramic views day and night from seven-foot windows. Connected to the suite is a private furnished deck (perfect for morning coffee), and a deep soaking tub in a tiled, slate-floored bathroom. Enjoy the ever-changing view from your windows and yard – cargo ships, Coast Guard cutters and tug boats heading into Elliott Bay.

Beyond the Rising Moon Beach House‘s master suite is a second bedroom that features designer linens in Asian motif. The living and dining areas include a gas fireplace and a huge deck with outdoor seating and a gas barbecue. A fully equipped kitchen, laundry room with new washer and dryer, a seasonal hot tub, and even a piano round out the living areas.

For the nature lover, night and day, wildlife abounds along Bainbridge Island’s Skiff Point. Birds from swallows and loons to osprey and bald eagles are regularly seen. The Rising Moon Beach House boasts a year-round population of iridescent throated hummingbirds that frequent the deck. Further afield, Orca and pilot whales, sea lions, seals, and otters frolic in Puget Sound.

The Rising Moon Beach House is located just three miles from the Seattle-Bainbridge Island ferry. It’s also an easy stroll to one of Bainbridge Island’s favorite walking beaches, to the historic Rolling Bay Café or the Island Music Center for an evening of jazz or bluegrass.

Rates & Booking

For complete information about the Rising Moon Beach House‘s amenities, availability, rates and booking, please visit their complete listing.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association (BILA) is comprised of 25 vacation rentals, guest houses, bed and breakfasts (B&B), boutique hotels, inns and cottages on Bainbridge Island, in Washington State. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on our beautiful island in the Pacific Northwest. Visit our website for Bainbridge Island events and attractions, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Bainbridge Island Hotel: Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites

Many may assume that the Bainbridge Island Lodging Association‘s membership is comprised entirely of tiny island bed and breakfasts, cottages and family-operated guest houses. Of course, many of our delightful members fit that bill. But, BILA’s over two-dozen members also include Bainbridge Island’s best hotels and inns. Chief among them, is the Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites.

At Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites, guests can enjoy the comfort and convenience of a Bainbridge Island hotel, along with affordable rates and an ideal location at a great value.

This award-winning Bainbridge Island hotel boasts outstanding reviews on TripAdvisor. The 80+ reviewers agree that the Best Western Plus Bainbridge Island Suites is an ideal place to stay while on Bainbridge Island for business or leisure. Close to a variety of things to do on the Island, guests can swing away on Meadowmeer Public Golf Course, soak up the sun on nearby beaches, visit the Bloedel Reserve or savor local flavor at eight area wineries and one distillery.

Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites‘ location in downtown Winslow also makes it a convenient option for visitors here to experience one of Bainbridge Island’s favorite annual events, including the Bainbridge Island Grand Old 4th of July parade, Chilly Hilly Bicycle Classic, Bainbridge in Bloom Garden Tour and sporting events. But anytime during the year, guests are just a few minutes from major Bainbridge Island highlights, like the Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA), KiDiMu (Kids’ Discovery Museum) and Churchmouse Yarns & Teas.

After a busy day of exploring the Bainbridge Island lifestyle, guests can take a break in one of the Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites‘ spacious rooms, each complete with eco-friendly touches, as well as cable television, a refrigerator, microwave and free high-speed Internet access (kitchenette suites are also available). Other amenities include a complimentary breakfast each morning, a fully equipped fitness center and free passes to Bainbridge Aquatics Center.

Finally, the Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites is also a great option for those traveling for business, thanks to its close proximity to local companies, including Gravitec, Extendacare, Sage (aka Farwest), MyWedding.com and Avalara. In addition, the Bainbridge Island hotel’s on-site business center makes conducting business on the road easy.

Rates & Booking

For complete information about the Best Western PLUS Bainbridge Island Suites‘s amenities, availability, rates and booking, please visit their complete listing.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association (BILA) is comprised of 25 vacation rentals, guest houses, bed and breakfasts (B&B), boutique hotels, inns and cottages on Bainbridge Island, in Washington State. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on our beautiful island in the Pacific Northwest. Visit our website for Bainbridge Island events and attractions, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Bainbridge Island Guesthouse Spotlight: Pacific Willow Lodge

The Pacific Willow Lodge is a very unique and special log home. Rustic, yet comfortable with a large kitchen, two master suites, hot tub and perfect location for relaxing family vacations, the lodge is a special property that the owners hope guests enjoy as much as they love the home, neighborhood and setting.

The Pacific Willow Lodge is comprised of several bedrooms, including:

The Grand Forest Room
The serenity of being in a secluded forest, surrounded by the woody browns and earthy greens describes peaceful nights in this room. This room has a northern view of the forest and limited view of the Olympic mountains. You will share access to a large two sink, bathtub, shower in the jungle bathroom.

The Eagle Harbor Room
The calming effect of gazing out the window and privacy and nothing but the large hemlocks and grand firs is one of the highlights of the Eagle Harbor room. A queen sized bed, large closet and comfortable chair are components of the Eagle Harbor room along with a northern and limited view of the mountains and the forest. You will have shared access to a large two sink, bathtub, shower in the jungle bathroom.

The Madison Bay Suite
The largest of the rooms downstairs has a private entrance, and a queen sized bed with a private bathroom and large shower. There is a corner with a sofa and a few chairs to relax and view the Olympic mountains and incredible sunsets.

The Pacific Willow Lodge includes a downstairs public area with the perfect ambiance for escaping busy lives and relaxing in this special home on beautiful Bainbridge Island.

In addition, the Pacific Willow Lodge is connected with several area chefs, yoga instructors, artists and authors who will hold scheduled classes and overnight getaways. For example, the lodge’s cooking classes consist of chefs who lead culinary sessions for 2-4 couples/guests. Participants learn cooking techniques and recipes while relaxing in a lodge style setting that faces the beautiful Olympic Mountains range. The kitchen is a large open kitchen with an adjacent dining room.

The yoga retreats are held with 2-4 couples/guests practicing yoga sessions by day, soaks in the hot tub by night and morning hikes in the surrounding trails of the Grand Forest. Guests staying overnight will focus on regrouping, refreshing and relaxing at Pacific Willow Lodge for a renewed sense of inner peace and calm.

Finally, the authors and artists workshops provide talented folks with a new venue for sharing thoughts, techniques and to experience nature and local wildlife of this peaceful setting in a very special and quiet neighborhood. Sometimes taking a night or two in a new location can provide just the inspiration you need for bringing new art, through pen and brush, into the world! The new Bainbridge Island Art Museum (BIMA) just opened, adding to more reason to come, stay and tour Bainbridge Island.

Walk out the back door to 2.5 acres next to miles of trails to enjoy the outdoors, surrounded by large pine, hemlock and cedars with an occasional deer, coyote and/or eagle sighting.
4000 square foot home in quiet neighborhood conveniently located near golf, tennis, horse farms, hiking trails and only ten minutes from the ferry into downtown Winslow or to the Seattle ferry.

To inquire about booking a stay at Pacific Willow Lodge, contact Judy Simpson at (206) 855-1622 or email her at: pacificwillowlodge@gmail.com.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Bainbridge Island Guesthouse Spotlight: Seabold Cottage

As we thought about which of the Bainbridge Island Lodging Association‘s member inns to profile next on our Island Guesthouse Spotlight, we wanted to choose a private, romantic getaway, perfect for a summer escape.

Tucked among towering cedar trees, the Seabold Cottage offers a peaceful and uniquely Northwestern hideaway. Curl up in front of the wood burning stove with a good book or the love of your life. Linger over your second cup of tea on the deck overlooking the tranquil and spectacular gardens. Stretch your legs with a stroll down to the beach, a bike ride along our shady, quiet lanes or go swan watching at the internationally renowned Bloedel Reserve just down the road. Or, simply sit back in the cushioned porch chairs and recharge your batteries.

 

Whether your escape to Seabold Cottage is for a romantic weekend or for an extended stay, you can start each day with a steaming pot of locally-roasted premium coffee. And, should you choose, you can also enjoy freshly baked morning muffins and bread from Bainbridge Island’s own Blackbird Bakery, as well as juice and a newspaper, all delivered to you front door!

 

In terms of the cottage’s furnishings, the queen-size bed in the bedroom is adorned with premium bedding and a plush goose down comforter. Fresh flowers add to the already light and airy atmosphere. Guests who desire more of a lime light can adjust the wooden blinds located throughout the cottage.

The Seabold Cottage‘s Sitting Room has all the comforts of home, including satellite TV, a VCR and stereo system, as well as a library of books and videos. For extra guests, the sofa folds out into a double bed. The unit also contains a table, chairs and a desk.

 

The Seabold Cottage‘s Kitchenette is fully equipped with a sink, refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee maker and an assortment of teas. The private bathroom has a shower, pedestal sink, always fluffy towels, and designer bathrobes for your comfort.

Beyond the cottage is a 1.5-acre parcel featuring specimen plantings, a small orchard, rose and perennial gardens, and a professionally designed vegetable garden. The grounds include a covered deck, which is covered in case of a sprinkle or the midday sun.

Perhaps the best way to describe the charm of Seabold Cottage is to excerpt some testimonials from recent guests.

“A wonderful quiet time away. We enjoyed the privacy, the beautiful and charming decor and all the little extras that made us feel pampered.” -Steve, Edgewood, WA

“Simply the best! Rustic elegance – very warm & inviting, every attention to detail was made. Thoughtful & comfortable place. We will be back for sure.” -Parke, Aspen, CO

If you’re looking for short- or long-term vacation rental accommodations on Bainbridge Island, consider rejuvenating at Seabold Cottage, where you’ll be refreshed and ready for the world outside by the time you leave. In the words of Cottage Innkeeper Judy Simpson, “Our door is always open for your return.”

To inquire about booking a stay at Seabold Cottage, visit their webpage or contact Judy Simpson at (206) 842-4032.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Guesthouse Spotlight: The Nest on Bainbridge Island

Bainbridge Island’s western side faces the Kitsap and Olympic peninsulas. Situated on a short, quiet lane on this tranquil part of the Island is The Nest on Bainbridge Island, a lovely guesthouse that provides a respite of calm away from city, traffic and noise. In fact, the only break in the quiet might be a bald eagle, chirping birds or a boat passing by on the water below.

The Nest on Bainbridge Island is just a short stroll past two neighboring driveways to  beach access where guests can explore sea life or just enjoy life on a beach. Other activities are also nearby, including one of Bainbridge Island’s best green spaces. An easy, one-mile walk will take you to Battle Point Park, which features a large duck pond, extensive walking trails, a huge jungle gym for kids and tennis courts.

Slightly farther afield (3 miles) is the public Meadowmeer Golf Course. Five miles away is downtown Winslow, Bainbridge Island’s city center, which boasts amazing restaurants, galleries and shops to investigate. For the horticulturalist, The Nest on Bainbridge Island is located about one mile from the famed Bainbridge Gardens nursery. Also on site is the wonderful New Rose Café, which is a great spot for lunch, a latte or cookie. Despite these many area attractions, many guests say that they would happily just stay in The Nest on Bainbridge Island without going anywhere else!

The Nest on Bainbridge Island is completely self-contained and private. The host and owner, Hilary L. Newberry, has provided an outdoor sitting area that includes a bistro table and chairs where guests can sit and enjoy the view while sipping a glass of locally-produced wine or enjoying a meal. “It is beyond our expectations!” is a remark The Nest on Bainbridge Island‘s owners hear frequently from their guests.

In addition to its tranquil location and nearby attractions, The Nest on Bainbridge Island is furnished with a very comfortable queen-size bed and a large sofa that can accommodate a third person. The guesthouse linens are made from 100 percent cotton and a high thread count. Guests are treated to a continental breakfast of coffee (regular and decaf), teas, milk, sweetener and a breakfast bread/pastry for each guest’s first morning. Of course, requests for additional food or wine are accommodated for an added fee.

To inquire about booking a stay at The Nest on Bainbridge Island, contact Hilary L. Newberry at (206) 399-8674 or email her at: hilarynewb@comcast.net.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Where to Enjoy Gorgeous Views of Mt. Rainier

Locals know Wing Point, the north pillar of the entrance to Eagle Harbor, as the former home of a powerful former Senator from Washington State, Warren Magnuson.  The house on the tip of Wing Point still hugs the low the bluff in its prime location, facing the Sound, the Mountain, the sunrise, and the storms.

Inside Eagle Harbor, a stone’s throw from the senator’s former estate, the waterfront is lined with homes of current Bainbridge Island residents, including Abode on the Sea.  Abode on the Sea is an antiques-filled beach-front apartment, tucked in along the northern bank of Eagle Harbor, above the kayaks and seagrass.  With dinette and kitchen, fold-out sofa and queen bedroom, the cheery Abode on the Sea can accommodate a variety of family holiday options as well as longer-term stays.  In earlier days, the Harbor was alive with the clang of shipbuilding at Hall Brothers Shipyard, but now, Abode on the Sea is witness to local yachts and power boats and the hourly passage of the ferries — the island’s lifeline to nearby-by Seattle.

Just north of Wing Point on Bainbridge Island’s eastern shore is Yeomalt Point and the  Yeomalt Beach House.  Yeomalt Beach is Wing Point’s quieter neighbor, sitting in full view of the Cascade Mountains, the shipping lanes that bring goods from around the world to Seattle, and of the grain terminals that take Washington State wheat to far corners of the Pacific. The Yeomalt Beach House, a beautifully furnished 3-bedroom beach-front home, is perfect for the girls’ weekend, a writers’ group, or a place for the bride and her attendants to prepare for the grand event. Yeomalt Beach has an exquisite and expansive view of the Puget Sound from Mt. Baker to Mt. Rainier, and the contemporary atmosphere at Yeomalt Beach House lends itself to groups and multi-generational families — both practical and romantic at the same time.

If you choose Bainbridge Island as a destination after the clatter and clutter of the summer visitors have subsided, you cannot do better than late Autumn. The mid-Autumn weather lends itself to long beach walks into town, local fresh produce in a roast or salad, the art of local wine-makers and distillers, and sumptuous fires in the evening.  This is the season locals like to keep to themselves — the reward for patience, the light revealed, the Puget Sound at its best.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

West-side Secrets of Bainbridge Island

Clandestine deliveries, secret distribution, muffled footsteps, furtive glances and dimmed running lights.  Just a few locals knew when to meet the shipments and who trusted allies were to receive the contraband.  The dock at Manzanita was the place. Prohibition (1919-1933) the timeframe. The goods?  Golden Canadian whiskey.  Ssshhhhhhh!  Tell no one!

Now, of course, the road-end at Manzanita where the dock and its warehouse once stood is a street-end picnic area with a lovely view sunsets over the Olympics — still colorful and full of character, but in with a different vibe.  Bring your camp chairs and set up for a glorious view.

The sleepy Manzanita/Seabold area holds several street end beach access points as well as walks past old farmsteads, remnants of a largely Norwegian community that farmed the fertile north end of Bainbridge Island.

Manzanita Park is full of trails, used often by equestrians.  If you are on human foot rather than horseback, it is suggested that the best time to walk through Manzanita Park is in September and October when the ground is dry, before the late-Fall rains return.  For specific directions, check those walks in Dave and Alice Shorett’s book, Walks on Bainbridge or go to the Bainbridge Island Parks District Trail Maps.

Just south of Manzanita lies the shallower Fletcher’s Bay, where just after the turn of the 20th century, cabins and tents tucked under cedar trees could be rented for the summer.  Foster’s store offered provisions and campers could swim or row in the protected bay, and hike the forest paths.

Every evening, according to the historical record, there was a beach fire for roasting marshmallows, and a place to tell tall tales and sing camp songs.  Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?  No wonder, the resort was often filled to capacity, and such a popular destination that additional steamers were hired for special summer excursions.

Enjoy a relaxing stay on the Manzanita/Seabold and Fletcher Bay waterfronts at Fletcher Bay Landing and the charming Aunt Margie’s Beach on the shores of Little Manzanita Bay.

Resources consulted for this blog are:

  • Walks on Bainbridge by Dave and Alice Shorett, Lakestream Publications
  • Bainbridge Landings by Allen Beach, Driftwood Press
  • Picture Bainbridge by Jack Swanson.  Bainbridge Historical Society.

All are resources above are available from Eagle Harbor Book Co. (157 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island).  (206) 842.5332.

Photos provided by Aunt Margie’s Beach and Fletcher Bay Landing.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island.  Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Bainbridge Island’s Forested West Side

On the forested western side of Bainbridge Island, along its 53 miles of shoreline, lie two bays: Fletcher Bay and Manzanita Bay.

According to historians, and in keeping with Bainbridge Island’s past as a recreational destination for early-twentieth century tourists, a pavilion, camp grounds, a store – and by the 1930’s – a bowling alley were built at Fletcher Bay, bringing day campers and overnight tourists from Kitsap County and Seattle to the “sunset” side of Bainbridge Island. The pier at Fletcher’s Landing was the closest access point to Kitsap County via ferry.  It’s halcyon days long gone, Fletcher Bay’s shallow cove is sleepy now, quiet and relaxed.

Tucked beneath trees on a beautifully landscaped property on the edge of Fletcher Bay with water access and a waterfront barbecue is the guesthouse at Fletcher Bay Landing.  A stand-alone guesthouse as well as a separate in-house apartment serve island visitors looking for quiet, yet spacious accommodation, fabulous western sunsets, and a place to launch a kayak or canoe onto the waters of West Puget Sound.

One bay north of Fletcher Bay on the west side lies the larger Manzanita Bay.  Where Fletcher Bay is intimate and shallow, Manzanita Bay is a larger, deeper glacial scour.

There, on its northern arm at Little Manzanita Bay, is Aunt Margie’s Beach, a guesthouse perched high on the bluff with water access to the beach below.  Furnished in retro 1950’s rattan modern with fresh Hawaiian fabric and complete with an large authentic field-stone fireplace, Aunt Margie’s Beach is re-opening for the season in late May.

Aunt Margie’s Beach rents by the week (Saturday to Saturday), has enough room for families as well friends vacationing together, and comes with the amazing Margie McDevitt herself, who lives on the property below at the water’s edge.  Water access to 100 feet of sheltered waterfront is down a steep but handsomely landscaped slope.  The view of the bay offers a glimmer of sun on the waves and an array of wildlife in the nature corridor that are all part of the charm — and why people come back year after year to Aunt Margie’s.

As you tour the island, stop in at these two lovely bays and get a sense of old Bainbridge.  Bring a picnic and savor the sunset.  (Click here for a road-end map and the many water access points on Bainbridge – scroll down to page 3. )

West-side Accommodation:

  • Fletcher Bay Landing: (206) 842.4396; larry@fletcherbaylanding.com
  • Aunt Margie’s Beach: (206) 842.6969; auntmargies@msn.com

Resources used for this article are available at Eagle Harbor Books:

  • Walks on Bainbridge by Dave and Alice Shorett
  • Picture Bainbridge, Bainbridge Historical Society
The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.

Bainbridge Island’s Delightful South End

Bainbridge Island’s south end was once a bustling hub, busier than Winslow with economic centers at Lynwood Center and Port Blakely and protective military base at Fort Ward. Now, the peaceful avenues, sheltered coves, and local watering holes are ideal places for idyllic vacations.

On a rise above the protected southwestern shoreline of Bainbridge Island lies the Bainbridge Island Beach Cottage, overlooking Rich Passage. The well-appointed cottage is a stroll away from the turn-of-the-twentieth-century holiday hub at Lynwood Center where day-trippers and holiday-makers once would dine at the Lynwood Cafeteria, enjoy ball games and plays and theater. Book early and take advantage of seasonal specials.

Lynwood Centre is now home of the historic Lynwood Theatre, a wonderful new bakery and deli called Pane d’Amore (try their croissant-based bread pudding for a slice of heaven), and Tree House Cafe and Billiards (we recommend 3-T Pizza and Spinach Salad), and Bay Massage and Skin Care. Not much farther afield are two more island restaurants and Walt’s Grocery. For a lovely flat bike ride (rare on Bainbridge Island) or a stroll, go south along the waterfront to Ft. Ward Park.

On the southeastern side of Bainbridge Island is another experience entirely. Tucked into the forest and a short walk away from the waterfront at Rockaway Beach is the Guesthouse at Wacky Nut Farm Equestrian Center. The Guesthouse not only serves the environmentally-friendly 20-acre equestrian center, but also welcomes guests who love the proximity of woods and sea as well as beautifully groomed grounds and thoughtfully-designed facilities.

Every detail is specifically designed at Wacky Nut Farm Equestrian Center for the health of the horses, equestrians, guests, and environment.  Attend riding clinics in the covered arena with state-of-the-art footing, ride trails, take lessons, or just enjoy walks on the miles of trails through the forest. The guesthouse may be rented by the room or in its entirety.  Equestrians will want to check their clinic schedule at their website (see below).

Enjoy the beauty of Bainbridge Island’s southern reaches – ideal for bike riding, hiking, riding, leisurely walking and incredible vistas.

• For more information on Bainbridge Island Beach Cottage, call (206) 999-9655 or email:  bibeachcottage@gmail.com.

• For more information about the Guesthouse at Wacky Nut Farm Equestrian Center, call (206) 780-1617 or email: guesthouse@wackynutfarm.com.

Reference: Walks on Bainbridge by Alice and Dave Shorett, available at Eagle Harbor Books on Winslow Way, Bainbridge Island.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association is a group of more than 20 lodges, inns, guesthouses, suites, boutique hotels, cottages, and B&B’s on Bainbridge Island, WA. BILA is dedicated to bringing you quality accommodation on a beautiful island. Visit our website for events and experiences, and of course, for your vacation rentals.
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