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We so needed this time of beauty, gourmet breakfasts, gulls and water lapping, of exploring shops, galleries and lovely restaurants in a town almost of another era. Gail and Jim of the Commander's Beach House were gracious hosts who set a tone in which all...More
Quaint and comfy historic home on the water...I couldn't have asked for more. It was better than home because Gail is an excellent cook and Jim made sure that we had everything we needed. Together, they made us feel like family. We anticipate visiting our...More
We came with a group of 6 and occupied 3 of the 4 rooms. Jim and Gail were both incredibly welcoming and they really went out of their way to make sure that we had a pleasant stay.
Breakfast is served at 9 every morning...More
You can relax and enjoy being on the beach, a cozy beach house, and warm hospitality -- while being close to Port Townsend's great restaurants, shops, and entertainment. You are literally steps from the water and can be lulled to sleep by the gentle waves....More
My wife and I were on an unplanned road trip when we came upon this beautiful and ideally located bed and breakfast. Beautiful place, great value, excellent food and wonderful hosts. We will surely return.
There is 1 very cozy bedroom on the main floor. I know because that is the room we stayed in. The bed was very comfortable but the room is tight. The bathroom is private for that room however it is outside the bedroom around... More
There is 1 very cozy bedroom on the main floor. I know because that is the room we stayed in. The bed was very comfortable but the room is tight. The bathroom is private for that room however it is outside the bedroom around the corner off the little back hallway. A little quirky but it is an old home modified as a B & B. The owners are super nice. If a person knows the clearance their whhelchair needs, it would be simple to measure widths of the hallway, around the bed, bath etc... The bathroom is also a narrow room but getting into the shower, I think was almost flush to the floor and I think they had safety handles. I think. There are a few steps to negotiate upon entering through the front door as well as their side porch. But I wouldn't think twice about calling and asking. The owners might be prepared to accommodate your need in ways I am not aware. It is truly a lovely, restful place to stay with a delicious breakfast for you the next morning. Definately worth it!
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"The Lighthouse Suite on the second floor is a real treat."