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office: 760-230-9199
cell: 619-818-6700

Escape for Some Fun & Relaxation... at Catbird Bungalow!

Welcome to Catbird Bungalow...it's the best seat in the house. View the water, watch the sealife, or catch a glimpse of eagles in flight.
  • Two-story, 2-bedroom bungalow
  • Separate guesthouse with built-in bunks, full bath & kitchenette
  • Private jacuzzi, fireplace, fully-equipped, washer & dryer
  • Mooring buoy to anchor your boat, visible from the cottage living room, dining room, and master bedroom
  • Everything you need to feel at home, comfortable and relaxed
Location: Roche Harbor, San Juan Island, San Juan Islands, Washington state, USA (Northeast side of island facing O'Neal Island)

The property is 1.3 acres spread mostly along the waterfront. Buffered along its back boundary is a three acre nature conservancy of trees and natural habitat that provides privacy to our place.

It doesn't matter what season you choose, it's quiet and restful. And, when you sit on that back deck with the firepit lit and the upholstered patio chairs turned toward the water, you will know you have arrived.

If you are a water lover, then you will be right at home....divers, boaters, kayakers, fisherman, this is a great spot. You are only 15 minutes from the ferry, 5 minutes into Roche Harbor, and generally a fun bike ride anywhere on the island.

Boat lovers... you've got a mooring buoy, visible from the main living areas!

If you like oysters, then visit Westcott Bay where you can pick your own, or buy them fresh in the tanks just beyond the shoreline beds. When you get home just shuck em or put them on the bbq and have the butter and garlic sauce ready to pour on them and finish when they pop open.

Don't want to cook? Then, go to town or Roche Harbor and let the local folks cook you up some great tasting local fish or seafood.

For those of you who love the San Juan Islands like we do, for its orcas... then this is home base. You have to go to the Whale Museum, where your young children adopt a whale. Then, go out with Captain Jim Maya on his 6 passenger boat and get up close and personal with the big black and whites.....you'll never go back to Seaworld!