A San Juan Island Experience — Where Farming, Fishing and Gourmet Cooking Meet in One Place

If you love the San Juan Islands, you will love Nettles Farm Bed & Breakfast — because it is the embodiment of a true San Juan Island experience. Here you will find a place where farming, fishing, and gourmet cooking all come together—in one place. It’s a great place for romantic couples, families with children, and large groups to kick back, enjoy Island life, and cook great meals with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, such as in season fruits and vegetables, and fresh fish, caught by local reefnet fishers.

The Kitchens

The kitchens at Nettles Farm Bed & Breakfast are well stocked and designed for real cooking, and we provide simple but very good ingredients for a delicious, farm-fresh breakfast that you can prepare for yourselves. There are covered decks for gathering, and cozy spaces for living, relaxing, socializing and playing.

Walk to the Willows Inn

Nettles Farm is a short walk to the world acclaimed Willows Inn, where award-winning head chef Blaine Wetzel delights customers with dishes that are “fished, foraged, and farmed.” For your convenience, when you plan your trip, we can facilitate a reservation for you, just let us know that you want a reservation at the Willows Inn when you make your reservation (15 days are needed to procure your reservation, please check for open days in the box to your right).

While You’re There

Nettles Farm Bed & Breakfast offers many charms and a chance to feel what it is like to live on a farm. The elegantly casual accommodations are tastefully decorated and furnished with all of your comforts in mind, including a well-equipped kitchen with a wood fire oven, walk-in steam shower, soaking bathtubs and doors that open onto the gardens.

Time your stay for one of the workshops that take place at the farm. Currently, our workshops include making ikura from Reefnet Salmon roe, and butchering chickens. You can read more about them here.

Among the many things to do on Lummi Island, visiting the reefnet gear is very popular and interesting. Nettles Farm owns a reefnet gear, which is leased by the non-profit, Salish Center for Sustainable Fishing Methods. By going to this website you can sign up for a tour of the gears (from July 20 through Oct 1), a trip around Legoe Bay and even to Clark Island (June 15 through Oct 1).

A trip to the Nettles Farm will be a memorable experience for you, your family, and your friends. Book your reservation now!

2020 Willows Inn Schedule

Opening Friday, March 13th

March 13 – March 29,
Friday – Sunday

April & May,
Thursday – Sunday

Memorial Day thru June,
Thursday – Monday

July & August,
Wednesday – Monday

Thursday – Monday

October thru December,
Thursday – Sunday

Closing Night – Sunday, December 21