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Seattle magazine

Seattle Magazine August 2015

“On the western edge of Orcas, the horseshoe shaped island, Pebble Cove Farm,is almost laughably bucolic. A sample view from the Studio Suite deck: A red pony and a silly white rooster respectively, munch and peck their way across an Ireland-green pasture that ends at a saltwater beach. A rowboat moored out front is free to use for a paddle out to the uninhabited islands nearby.

The farm also features goats, lots of colorful chickens and an orchard and big organic garden that guests are encouraged to harvest.
In your pretty room, the kitchenette is supplied with thoughtful goodies: oil, vinegar, OJ, milk, homemade granola and a basket of healthy snacks.”




We are recommended  in the March 2015 issue of EveryDay with Rachel Ray magazine!

“Pebble Cove Farm is a “Must Do!” when visiting The San Juan Islands, the Gourmet Archipelago.”




“A pet-friendly farm, Pebble Cove encourages visitors to take leisurely walks on the property and visit their organic garden, pet their animals, go kayaking from the private beach and relax in a hammock or hot tub.”




Red trike

“Owners John and Lydia Miller have three boys of their own, so they totally get kid-friendly. They’ve tricked out their B&B with indulgences that have complete kid-appeal, like a rowboat, a private island, even a horse to hang with. Plus, without the grandfather clocks, fragile antiques and frilly fixings of a typical B&B, parents can indulge and relax just as much as the kids do”.