My wife and I needed a quiet place to stay in LaConner for a couple of days, and a second floor room at the Wild Iris Inn sounded right. Then, a day before our arrival my wife developed a sore toe. The staff at the inn were able to change our reservation to a first floor suite.
The suite had a King bed, fireplace, jacuzzi tub, and small balcony. And it was located just off the lobby, where ice water and coffee were available.
The location of the Inn is on the hill close to the highway into town, with off street private parking. It was easy to find, had the amenities we needed, and was reasonably peaceful at night. I enjoyed sneaking out to the lobby in the morning for coffee, and then sitting on the porch watching the swallows flitting over adjacent meadow.
Breakfasts were served in a spacious dining room, and included fresh fruits, juice, pastries, cold cereal, and a hot entree on request. Our first morning it was a ham and egg burrito. The second day we had egg Benedict.
The standardized entree allows for very quick service, and the offerings were tasty and healthy.
The historic waterfront area is only 7 blocks downhill, although given our age we drove down and found on street parking. There is a market nearby, and a variety of restaurants in the vicinity.
The architecture and decor or the inn is retro-victorian to fit in with the style of the town. Ice is available for chilling beverages, but we missed having a small refrigerator in the room.