Visit Wise Owl Wellness Farm for a restorative stay

Looking for a quiet place to connect with your inner creative source? A space to slow down and rejuvenate? A sanctuary to heal with farm fresh food? A lily pad on which to land while transitioning to the magical isle?

Cottage Currently occupied

farmhouse rooms: The View Room occupied/Heron suite available In October

One month minimum rental period - come for a week, stay weekends or relax for many moons.

The Farmhouse

The Farmhouse


The farm is tucked away on the east side of Orcas Island in the hamlet of Olga. Within a one mile walk, you'll find the secluded beaches and magical trails of Obstruction Pass State Park, delicious Buck Bay Shellfish Farm, tasty Catkin Cafe and local talent filled Orcas Island Artworks Gallery. Drive or pedal three short miles for Moran State Park to access 5,252 acres of paradise. Downtown Eastsound, filled with farm to table restaurants, seaside bars and distinctive shops, is a scenic nine mile drive.

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Paddle on the private pond

I’m pretty sure I woke up in a dream! Your home is unbelievably beautiful - the love that has gone into every detail it is so obvious - and so potent! I truly couldn’t have dreamt up a better place to end up after four long days of travel. Thank you!!!
— Jyl Kutsche
Divine Mother,
Please whisper directions where to go next.
To the place that will be a vibrational match to who I am on the inside.
Let it be a holy sanctuary, a home that is really a church.
Let it be rejuvenating and replenishing and harmonious for my spirit.
Let it be spacious and uplifting and a sweet sweet resting place for my mind, body and soul.
Let it be a bountiful well for every cell.
Let it be surrounded by beauty so breathtaking that it can’t help but be transmuted into the art that is mine to create.
Let it be a place of celebration and healing for friends and family and soul family to meet.
Let there be unlimited joy and love and art and delicious food made here in bounty.
Let it remind me of unlimited possibilities and all things plenty.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
— Rebecca Campbell -
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