This is topright widget area, so please add widgets here...


row of fort casey houses





The Fort Casey Inn, located near Coupeville, Washington, on scenic Whidbey Island, was built in 1909. The homes comprising the inn are former Non-Commissioned Officers’ Quarters for neighboring Fort Casey, once an active military installation.

The inn is adjacent to Fort Casey State Park with its bunkers, lighthouse, 10″ disappearing guns, beaches, and trails. Nearby, take in spectacular views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Olympic and Cascade mountain ranges, and the San Juan Islands. Most units overlook Crockett Lake, a natural bird sanctuary, and Admiralty Bay on Puget Sound.

Each two-bedroom cottage has a living room, upstairs bathroom, spacious kitchen, secure back porch for bikes or outdoor gear, front porches with seating, and the tranquility of no televisions. The kitchen comes equipped with full-size appliances, service ware for 4-6, wine glasses, pots & pans, colander, tongs, wine opener, can opener, measuring spoons/cups, cutting knives, cutting board, cookie sheet, coffee maker, microwave, and toaster. Guests have access to:

  • Picnic tables
  • Fixed charcoal outdoor grill
  • Hiking trails
  • Beach
  • Satellite-provided Wi-Fi

The inn is centrally located on Whidbey Island and a short walk to the Port Townsend Ferry and Crockett Barn.

The inviting row of Fort Casey Inn cottages accommodate up to 49 people in total. Garrison Hall, an adjacent meeting space, is available for gatherings, seminars, and retreats.  On-site catering is available.


Check-in time is 4:00 p.m.
Check-out time is 10:00 a.m.

No smoking allowed inside or within 25 feet of any house, including Garrison Hall.

No pets.


© Fort Casey Inn is owned and operated by Seattle Pacific University | sitemap | xml | Photography & Design by Island Life Inc