Roche Harbor has long been a favorite and unique destination for many travelers seeking to explore the best of the San Juan Islands. Located on the northern tip of San Juan Island, the historical company town stands next to the picturesque harbor and offers some of the most spectacular sunsets in the Pacific Northwest.
Listed on the National Register of Historical Sites, the old Hotel de Haro, built in 1886, has many rooms appointed with original antique pieces and offers the traveler an opportunity to step back in time and enjoy country ambiance of Old World charm. Once a favorite destination spot for President Theodore Roosevelt, Roche Harbor still welcomes visitors from all over the world to sample its charm and sense of history.
The historical village offers several dining options including McMillin's Dining Room for fine dining at its best, overlooking the beautiful harbor and sunsets. You can enjoy a colorful Coastal Cuisine at the Madrona Grill in the gazebo and on the famous waterfront deck, and listen to live music on weekend afternoons during the summer. Live music for dancing is available on weekends during summer also. If you are looking for more family-oriented dining, Lime Kiln Cafe will serve you up a hearty breakfast and a great choice of lunch options.
The Pacific Northwest is famous for its steaming hot espresso beverages, and where else could you get a better latte or mocha than at the Beechtree Espresso Bar located right next to our formal gardens.
Open summer season only - Beechtree Espresso moves to Lime Kiln Cafe during the winter months.
Newly opened this summer is the full service Afterglow Spa decorated with impeccable taste where the ambiance is soothing to the soul, tranquil, warm and intimate. Begin your vacation with a relaxing massage, or indulge in one of their signature body treatments to revive your spirirt and awaken your senses.
Roche Harbor Marina, has been a popular boating destination for many years and accommodates vessels up to 160 feet. A favorite place for the late John Wayne and many other well-known stars to pull into one of its 377 slips, it has been featured in many movies and travel shows.