A San Juan Island Waterview Vacation Rental

A unique waterview retreat, Westcott Woods cabin is the perfect place to spend both an active and restorative break. Perfect for a small group of friends, one or two couples, a small family or an artist in retreat, this cabin provides a private and rustic hide-away that feels deep in the forest, but with a beautiful view and waterfront access of Westcott Bay and everything the San Juan Islands have to offer. Set back only one lot from Westcott Bay, the views of the water and sunset make Westcott Woods cozy and comforting.

Make a reservation today by checking our booking calendar for cabin availability, then calling us at (206) 320-9127 or emailing us at sungrebes@gmail.com with the dates you'd like to reserve.


Built from reclaimed materials found at historic sites on San Juan Island, Westcott Woods has an open floor plan. The entry leads into the kitchen and the separate eating area.

Open walkways lead to a sunken living room, as well as the front and back bedrooms.


Both bedrooms have a full size platform bed and look out onto the water. Skylights let in natural light all day long.

Westcott Woods has a charcoal grill to cook up the clams you dug at English Camp, the famous Westcott Bay oysters from the farm down the road, the salmon you bought at Friday Harbor, or the shrimps sold on the docks at Roche Harbor. You can even season your feast with herbs from the drought-tolerant organic herb-garden.

This home, with full plumbing and electricity, is privately owned by a Seattle family, and we want to make your stay as memorable as possible. Make a reservation today by checking our booking calendar for cabin availability, then calling or emailing us with the dates you'd like to reserve. Additional photos of the cabin can be seen by viewing this slideshow.



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  • 2 bedrooms, each with a full-size bed
  • 1 Full Bathroom
  • Full Kitchen
  • Decks off both bedrooms
  • Wood Stove
  • Herb Garden
  • Off-street parking for several cars


  • Blender
  • CD Player
  • Stereo
  • VCR/DVD player
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Kitchen Pantry stocked with staples
  • Stove
  • TV
  • Toaster Oven
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Full size shower/bathtub


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Cycle or walk to Roche Harbor Resort to watch the colors ceremony each and every night of the summer, dine at one of their restaurants or pick up a bottle of wine to enjoy the sunset with your friends and family. For a special evening, drive to San Juan County Park or Limn Kiln State Park, and watch the Orcas swim up and down the Haro straight.

Walking distance to Roche Harbor grocery store and airport. Also within walking distance of trail system to English Camp, Mt. Young and Lake Loop Trail.

To learn more about all the things to do on San Juan Island and the surrounding islands, visit the Official Travel Guide of the San Juan Islands.


  • Antiquing
  • Art Galleries
  • Biking
  • Birding
  • Golfing
  • Hiking
  • Historical Sites
  • Horseback Riding
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain Biking
  • Museums
  • National/State Parks
  • Sailing
  • Shopping
  • Wineries/Wine Tasting


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Email: sungrebes@gmail.com
Telephone: (206) 320-9127
Ask for: Susan
See Booking Calendar Below for cabin availability

Rates and Terms:

Payment options: Check, cash, or credit card through PayPal.

Rental dates
Required Stay
Cost per night
Cost per week
Security deposit
Dec, Jan, Feb Weekly only $180 $1,170 $400
Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov 2 night minimum $200 $1,300 $300
June, July, Aug, Sept 3 night minimum $220 $1,430 $300

*Prices do not include taxes or cleaning fees. Bookings will be invoiced through PayPal unless guest prefers to mail check or money order.

Cleaning fee: $100 | Tax: 10.1%


Other Policies:

Smoking: This is a non-smoking property. The grasses around San Juan Island become very dry in the summer, as we are in a rain shadow, so please completely put out cigarettes and dispose of your waste appropriately.

Pets: Sorry, but we do not allow pets.


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Photography by Jason Zabriskie: www.jzfoto.com