Sweeping views of countryside, farms, and the ocean combined with the gracious quiet and hospitality of a Victorian country house, can make you feel as if you've entered another country... or perhaps another time.
Leave the noise and interference of televisions, crowds, and city streets behind, simply by crossing a ferry to arrive at one of the oldest homesteads in Ebey's Historical Reserve.
The Historic Crockett Farm B&B is situated on the original Colonel Crockett Homestead of 1851 next to the grand Crockett Barn, which is available for weddings and other social events like birthday parties, anniversaries, or for family reunions. The older Crockett Farmhouse features five private ensuite bedrooms, a large dining room, and a wood-paneled library with a fireplace for your use and relaxation.
Outdoor activities are enticing with wide grassy lawns, beautiful flowered gardens, visiting wildlife such as deer, rabbits, and eagles, and amazing views in every direction.
While the Crockett Farm is quiet and relaxingly isolated in atmosphere, it has easy access to nearby Coupeville and is only across the lake from the ferry to Port Townsend, for a perfect blend of privacy and accessibility.