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Port Townsend's first mayor and brickworks owner Charles Eisenbeis built a 30-room mansion in 1892. The exterior is impressive. The Jesuits bought the home in 1927, doubled its size, and turned it into a training college. Now, it's a hotel. Supposedly, it's haunted. If you're...More
Okay, so it's hot - absolutely torturous above normal temps but . . .my room, (thank goodness only two flights up) has a ceiling fan and two west facing windows. Nice at 5:00 pm when I checked in that the ceiling fan was going but...More
And that is where the positive comments cease!
The first room we were allocated had a bathroom window that wouldn't close allowing the constant traffic noise to to be heard at full volume. Had we been able to shut the bathroom door it might have...More
This hotel (not really a castle) was cool for one night. It was fun to look around at the old furnishings, pictures, and read about the history. We got a king bed with it's own bathroom, which was nice. The hot water was wonderful. The...More
Good value, a building with history and a lots of character (didn't realise that it was an attraction for paranormal activity - not my thing). Biggest disappointment is that it says it has a restaurant but it has now closed and the hotel really isn't...More
$87 - $148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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