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All reviewswater street hotelshared bathroomcan't beat the priceoff seasonlarge windowsup stairstop floorcharming placeoverlooking the waterfront desk clerkwhale watchingroom was spacioushistoric buildingno air conditioningmaryhalltown
This hotel combined old world charm as a three story walk up with panoramic views of Puget Sound, Mt. Baker, Cascade Mountains and downtown Port Townsend. The front desk is efficiently run by kind staff, Mary without a computer. Rated range from $60 with a...More
We stayed in Room 20. A basic, but very clean room with a queen bed. The ceilings are high and the room was quiet. Check in was quick and the woman at the front desk was professional and efficient. Given our experience it was very...More
Lovely old hotel built about 1895. Large rooms, many with kitchens. Furnished with old victorian furniture, a bit eclectic. But uneven service. One room had all the kitchen dish ware (glasses and wine glasses) as well as plastic glasses in bathroom, the next room had...More
We stayed here five days in Room 2. The people at the desk were friendly, it's definitely a "mom and pop" hotel, so I would probably call them if I needed to check in late. For business travel, they can't generate an email receipt, and...More
We had three nights in suite 19, a large corner suite and socharming, with tall windows looking out on the town of Port Townsend, new carpet, antique-esque furniture in a vintage brick building. Suite 19 has a kitchen (note to chefs, no microwave) so we...More
It most certainly is. The corner entrance went into the bar. The people who worked there could live in the rooms upstairs in trade for 10 hours of work a week. The Town Tavern is still very missed and fondly remembered.