Our 1890s four-bedroom farmhouse inn and state of the art farm kitchen are located on a restored farmstead on the south end of Bainbridge Island—a short ferry ride from Seattle’s waterfront. Staying in one of our rooms puts you in the center of our working farm.
Whether vacationing, celebrating a special occasion or continuing your food education, we offer a unique Bainbridge Island lodging option that allows you to experience our farm, food and Island.
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Our farm, four-bedroom farmhouse and farm kitchen allow guests to learn about local food and to be nourished on a working farmstead nestled within a picturesque and small island community on the Puget Sound. Whether a weekend with friends or family, for a reunion or golden anniversary, we can help you plan an unforgettable experience.
We offer tailored cooking classes based on the season and your group’s interest. Our meals are painstakingly executed with great attention to the food and the experience. We also honor the connections between people and food to create a special experience to help you, your family and friends celebrate life’s milestones.
Our farmhouse bedrooms are simple, tasteful and extremely comfortable, designed for restful sleep after a stimulating day. Our four guest rooms can sleep up to 8 people. Each room features a comfortable bed with luxurious bedding, rustic artisan furniture and wireless internet service. In addition to our guest rooms, overnight guests have access to our shared spaces, including the living room, dining room and outdoor seating areas. Our kitchen is a working part of the farm and is only available to Heyday staff.
||Rooms are approx. 145-200 sqf.
|Max. # of Guests:
$150-250 per night
- Wireless Internet
- Suitable for Events
- Free Parking on Premises
- Cable or Satellite TV
- Smoking Allowed
- Pets Allowed
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Washer & Dryer
- Hot Tub
- Indoor Fireplace
Shari Stoddard, host
4370 Old Mill Road NE, Bainbridge Island, Washington 98110
Some comments from our previous guests:
We did a farm-to-table dinner and stayed the night in the guesthouse and had such a wonderful, relaxing, amazing getaway. This place is a treasure. The food was incredible, both the dinner and the breakfast the next morning. It was all very simply and competently prepared, with high quality ingredients, most of them from the farm. We loved hearing about their farming practices; all of the staff were available and accessible and happy to talk with us but also not obtrusive. Meals are family style, and we had such a great time meeting other people who also love food and care about where food comes from and how it is raised. The farm guesthouse is lovely and very comfortable for a quiet getaway; no TV (which we love), just the peaceful quiet of a farm. There’s room to walk around the grounds and enjoy the gardens; we even got to see the cows being milked. If you are interested in food, this is a super fun getaway.
A group of friends spent a beautiful fall day and evening at Heyday Farm. We were greeted on the patio by the friendly staff and a spread of appetizers, all food was made and grown at the farm except the lemons! We were given a very informative tour-drinks in hand- of the gardens, barn and cheese making facility. Our dinner was terrific full of rustic farm favors in the beautiful dining room. They are great to work with, very helpful, an experience you won’t forget, highly recommended.
My husband and I brought our 2 year old daughter with us. I had business in Seattle and thought this might be perfect for them to relax as opposed to convention center hotels. Heyday was fabulous for this! My daughter loved waking up to see the cows and watching the bumblebees on the flowers. I believe she thought the dairy cows were large dogs as she kept trying to offer play sticks to them. The staff were all so friendly and went the extra mile to show us the baby piglets and new calf. Thank you Heyday!