Founded in 1851, Port Townsend is rich in historic charm, with a maritime heritage still visible today. You can catch a ferry from Whidbey Island, drive up Highway 101 on the Hood Canal or come across from Seattle and take the Hood Canal bridge. Whichever way you get here the town is a friendly delight. Restaurants and cafes abound, along with interesting galleries and parks. Fort Warden is famous for being the setting of "An Officer and Gentlemen", however it is the beauty of the coastline and panoramic vistas that will keep you coming back. If your touring the Olympic Peninsula this definitely should be one of your stops! Plan to spend at least a day, but if one of the many local events peaks your interest extend to at least two or three.Random order | List Alphabetically
Enjoy a stay in an authentic 1889 Victorian Mansion, overlooking Port Townsend bay. Only 1/2 mile to the quaint Town Center. Relax in the parlor, or play a game of pool before retiring to your King bed for the night. Awake refreshed to our three course breakfast.
Blue Gull Inn offers casual country charm in a Victorian setting. The Inn has six guest rooms all with private baths, two with whirlpool bath tubs. Country style breakfast each morning. Huge front porch with rockers, and beautiful gardens. Convenient Uptown location, close to shops and dining.