The comfortable Inn at Snohomish (323 2nd St., 360/568-2208 or 800/548-9993, www.snohomishinn.com) has standard motel rooms for $122 s or d, and ones with whirlpool tubs for $142 d.
Countryman B&B (119 Cedar, Snohomish, 360/568-9622 or 800/700-9622, www.countrymanbandb.com, $95–115 d with continental breakfast or $105–125 d with full breakfast) has three rooms with private baths on the second floor of an 1896 Queen Anne Victorian home. Kids are welcome.
Snohomish Grand Valley View B&B (8816 E. Lowell Larimer Rd., 360/668-7096, $95–125 s or d with full breakfast) is a two-story Victorian farmhouse built in 1880. The two guest rooms (private baths) are furnished with antiques. Kids are allowed.
Cadyville Carriage House (304 Avenue A, 360/568-5390, www.cadyvillecarriage.com, $105) is an apartment-style unit that sleeps four. Amenities include a full kitchen stocked for a make-it-yourself breakfast, and a hot tub in the garden.
The Inn at Barnum Point B&B (464 S. Barnum Rd., Camano Island, 360/387-2256 or 800/910-2256, www.innatbarnumpoint.com, $125–225 s or d, including full breakfast) has three spacious guest rooms with private baths in a modern Cape Cod–style home on a bluff overlooking the water. This is a fine place for a quiet and romantic getaway. Kids accepted.
Hawthorn Inn and Suites (16710 Smokey Point Blvd., at I-5 exit 206, 360/658-7868 or 800/527-1133, www.hawthorn.com, $99–149 s or d) is the newest lodging in town. All rooms include microwaves and fridges, and access to the indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, and hot breakfast buffet.
© Ericka Chickowski from Moon Washington, 8th edition