For traditional accommodations on South Whidbey go to http://www.visitlangley.com/lodging/
A few of our friends also open up their homes with extra rooms to our students. Excellent low budget choice for lodging. Contact them directly to see about availability and prices:
Ann Peterson -(360) 622-6385 (about $50 per bedroom in a farmhouse)
Betty Lightener – (425) 417-8717 will rent you a room in this home for $75 (note this is not the price quoted on VRBO for the whole home)
Sharon & Craig have a two night minimum on their apt in Langley. $59/night plus $25 cleaning fee email Sharon Marie firstname.lastname@example.org or book it through AirBandB here
Victoria Castle – email@example.com rents a private room (contact her directly for rates)
Dr. Hope Fay – firstname.lastname@example.org (contact Hope directly for current rates)
Sandra Menashe – email@example.com or (360) 579 4950 rents a cottage up to $95 a night
Dana McGinnis – firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.914.0685 rents a garage apt with a full kitchen for $85 per night
Vicki Robin – email@example.com (up to $55)
Our friends Brad and Karen at Whidbey Property Management can also help you find a vacation rental. They offer discounted rates different than the ones published online in the off season (October-May) Click here
Our friend Mandeja rents these unique spaces through airbnb. The links below are here so you can see what these look like. Fees will be between $69-$89″, these are her “Off Season ” rates and equal to her lower cost for our students.” http://www.airbnb.com/rooms/397290 (cottage) Contact her directly firstname.lastname@example.org
Our friends Flay and Mark Wahl have this lovely cottage within walking distance of Langley and about 7 minute drive to the Chiropractic Zone that is suitable for 2-3 people.
Our friends Marybeth and Gabriel have a lovely 2 bdr cabin on the water with a hot tub that sleeps 5 for $200 a night through AirbandB
Two traditional B and Bs that our students are very happy with but we don’t have a discount for are the Eagles Nest Inn (360) 221-5331 and Whidbey Island B and B (360) 730-2990. Tell the proprietors that you are attending our workshop.
We’ve also had a number of our students get lucky with CouchSurfing.org which a site that has people offering free spaces to sleep. Look for locations in Clinton, Langley and Freeland which are all close enough to the office.
If you want to fly to Seattle-Tacoma Airport and skip renting a car you can contact the Whidbey Seatac Shuttle but please note that none of the lodgings on this page are within walking distance to the Chiropractic Zone, our usual Whidbey venue. There is a free bus service with limited coverage around the island you can look into here , ask your host to drive you, or you can call a taxi service for at least the first day until you can arrange transportation with other students or ourselves.
Check out this Weekend On Whidbey article to help you make the most of your time here.