Guest Rooms

Relax at Our Lodging

Enjoy the luxury of one of the three rooms at Hideaway Lodge Bed and Breakfast. Each room of our inn has its own special feel and plenty of room to lounge in comfortable chairs and love seats, as well as get a good night’s sleep in the luxurious king size beds. You can relax and hide yourself away or use your room as a comfortable launching point and safe place to return from the many activities available in the Woodinville area.

Room amenities

Every room has a private bath and large windows with a full view of the extensive grounds that surround the lodge. Whether you want the intimacy of a king-size bed or the comfort of individual twin beds, either is available in most rooms. One of the rooms has its own private deck overlooking the front of the lodge grounds. Each room proudly displays the work of Whidbey Island award-winning quilt artist, Elizabeth Ford-Ortiz, as well as unique art gathered by the innkeepers on their travels around the world.

We want you to feel at home, so relax in one of our common areas. We know you will find our bed and breakfast to be a superior alternative to any hotels in Woodinville.

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Our Rooms


Wanderlust speaks romance from the tall super comfy king bed covered in rich red linens, to the extra large tiled bathroom complete with double vanities, huge shower, and jet black soaking tub – just the spot to relax and unwind. Enjoy the antique furnishings, hardwood floors, luxurious Asian carpets, high ceilings, walk-in closet, and the splendid art collected on the innkeepers’ travels.

Eyrie Skye

The king-size bed is wrapped in luscious cloud blue linens, which echo the beautiful sky blue walls. A separate seating area features twin Queen Anne chairs where you can cozy in for a quiet chat, a private breakfast or glass of wine, or just admire the incredible view of the neighboring hills.


The Tumbleweed has a wonderful king-size bed dressed in a woven grass headboard and bright patterned linens in warm reds and purples. Traditional southwest and Mexican art collected by the innkeepers adorns the room, complementing the hardwood floors and southwest carpet. A calming blue bathroom with shower, tub, and tiled floors completes the room.