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Worth the high season pretty penny. Clean and beautiful. A sweet house dog, the innkeepers wear period clothes! Played pool in a cool basement next to a suit of armor! Breakfast itself was a delicious detail oriented delight! Room had views of the Port, hot...More
The house is charming, the property relaxing, the owners are welcoming and the food is great. Conveniently located, with comfortable beds and lots of character. When I go back to Port Townsend, I will schedule it around being able to stay at the Old Consulate.
This place has a charm all its own. It really was a consulate in a former life. Cindy and Nathan have owned it for 5 years and are wonderful hosts. They use their own blend of coffee for the expresso machine and it makes coffee...More
This was the first time for any of us at a B&B and we were thrilled. The breakfast each morning was a wonderful start to the day. It was a good chance to speak with the other guests. When we had to leave before breakfast...More
This inn is very comfortable with charmingly appointed rooms. The best feature for me was the wrap around terrace and gardens. The settees overlooking Puget Sound from the top of the hill at 313 Walker Street are the best. Gardens are lush with summer flowers....More
Response from RiverMaven | Reviewed this property |
The website suggests that you could get a room for $100-200 at this time of the year, depending on availability, size and location within the house. It's a lovely place and you'll enjoy your stay there!
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