All-inclusive Room Rates
- Breakfast & coffee/tea service
- Chocolate truffles & evening aperitif
- Fresh flowers in room
- Daily housekeeping
- Beach cabana and Selah House
Full harbor and sunset views with fireplace and a private covered deck through French doors. It is furnished with a beautiful antique Italian bedroom set of golden oak and marble with a queen-sized bed. Private bath.
Full waterfront views from cushioned wicker on private covered deck or through large leaded-glass windows. A queen-size bed and maritime motif make this room fit for any captain. Main floor off parlor affords easy access. Private bath.
Full harbor and sunset views. Cozy and romantic, you view the water from your queen-size bed in this room reminiscent of Norway. Private bath.
Nice corner waterfront view with white wrought-iron beds (a double and a daybed). Warm rose-colored fabric and wall covering make this Victorian room charming. Double occupancy only.
Boasts a beautiful king-size brass bed. A flower motif in rose and mint green brightens this room overlooking the lattice garden.
On-site kayak rentals available. Explore beautiful MacKaye Harbor from your doorstep!
MacKaye Harbor Inn was originally built in 1904. In 1927, while the Tralnes couple (the owners) were visiting relatives in Norway, their teenage children dramatically rebuilt the old farmhouse on the bay. It was the first island home to have electric lights.
Hospitality has always pervaded in the home. Its sandy beach was the site of many island picnics and Mrs. Tralnes kept Norwegian cookies in the entry to welcome those passing by.
The Inn now offers five beautiful guest rooms. Each has furnishings reminiscent of the past, in the same MacKaye Harbor Inn tradition.
With the MacKaye Harbor saltwater bay 200' to the west and a small freshwater lake 300' to the east, our property is frequented by many varieties of birds. Nearby hiking trails offer even more bird watching opportunities for the nature enthusiast. Over 44 species have been spotted and recorded in one 24-hour period.
Navigation locations for the monuments can be found here.
Take the San Juan Islands Ferry to Lopez Island. Disembark from the ferry, travel south on Ferry Road 1 mile. Turn left on Center Road and proceed about 6 miles. Center Road veers left and becomes Mud Bay Road, go 3 miles and turn right on MacKaye Harbor Road (if you pass the South End General Store, you've gone too far), proceed to the water and the Inn at the end of the beach.
Prices are based on double occupancy.
Single rate is $10 less.
Two night minimum (April through September, and all holidays) unless agreed upon by management.