Harrison House Suites Bed & Breakfast
Beautifully restored and landscaped, Harrison House Suites Bed and Breakfast is a premier San Juan Island Lodging destination for all travelers to San Juan Island. We offer a unique approach to San Juan Island lodging incorporating old world charm with contemporary conveniences in this one of a kind historic Friday Harbor residence. Enjoy a spectacular view of the town of Friday Harbor, and the ha
rbor itself, from this hilltop retreat conveniently located just one and half blocks from the ferry landing.
Fully furnished private suites with all the amenities of home, including private baths and well-stocked kitchens, sleep 2-10 adults and extended families in comfort. The suites have an atmosphere of relaxation and comfort - your home away from home. Our flower gardens and tastefully decorated grounds offer a superb atmosphere for your getaway. Delicious and carefully prepared gourmet breakfasts can be delivered directly to your suit
e or enjoyed in our relaxing cafe.
Afternoon tea awaits you after a day of one of many activities San Juan Island and the surrounding islands have to offer. Fabulous dinners, event catering, and corporate retreats can also be arranged.
Our first cookbook, La Cucina Anna Maria: Good Life Recipes from San Juan Island is available! The cookbook features 215 of our favorite recipes -- many that you sampled during your visit. You will be able to recreate the magical meal time moments from breakfast, dinner, and afternoon tea time at home and with your family and friends. The cookbook features local art work and photographs that will bring back memories of your stay with us in Friday Harbor.
Onsale at the Inn or via mail order from our online store for $24.95 plux tax and shipping. Let us know when ordering how you would like your book inscribed. We are offering gift baskets for holiday gift giving that includes the cookbook, 2 coffee mugs, and our own cookie and scone mix. You can add a few extras to your gift basket with some freshly roasted coffee from the San Juan Coffee Roasting Company or a bottle of estate wine from San Juan Vineyards. Prices start at $50 + shipping.
Weddings at the Harrison House or at our sister property the Tucker House are truly memorable affairs. We can help you design the wedding of your dreams and we will arrange all the details for you!
Friday Harbor, located on San Juan Island in the Pacific Northwest, is a picture-perfect historic seaport surrounded by spectacular mountain and marine views. With a natural grandeur that combines salty breezes, vibrant blue water, pebbled beaches and fragrant woods, it is a rare, unspoiled retreat ideal for outdoor adventurers, wildlife enthusiasts and history buffs alike.
Friday Harbor, an antidote to city life, is a small, well-preserved community tucked between Seattle, Vancouver BC and Victoria BC. It's a year-round destination, accessible only by ferry or seaplane, where visitors can easily get around on foot to indulge in the eclectic collection of art galleries, coffeehouses, boutiques and eateries. Nestled in the center of a "rain shadow" cast by the mountains on the Olympic Peninsula, Friday Harbor enjoys nearly 250 days of sunshine each year and only half the annual rainfall of nearby Seattle, making it a place where kayaking, biking and walking are as common as driving.
Though only one square mile in size, Friday Harbor boasts nearly 150 historic buildings reflecting the community's civic, commercial and residential history. Friday Harbor has been selected as a 2008 Dozen Distinctive Destination by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Friday Harbor is one of Washington's few seaport villages to survive the turn-of-the-century fires that engulfed early Seattle and other cities. Its authentic downtown streetscape and postage-size Memorial Park are the gateway to discovering the rich history, rural character and pristine marine environment of the San Juan archipelago.
San Juan Island Bed and Breakfast will also be found in Northwest Best Places
now in its 13th edition; written by Giselle Smith a Seattle-based freelance travel writer.
San Juan Island Chamber of Commerce
San Juan Island Bed and Breakfast
Guide to San Juan
Member of San Juan Island Visitors Bureau