Welcome to our Historic and Victorian Blue Gull Inn Bed & Breakfast, located in the Historic Uptown District of beautiful Port Townsend, Washington. The Blue Gull Inn B&B, has 6 guest rooms, all with private bathrooms and is one of the first homes built in Port Townsend in 1868, by ND Hill – just 3 years after the end of the Civil War. The Inn is centrally located only 5 blocks from the downtown restaurants, beaches and shopping. Only 3 blocks from the Uptown Historical District and Farmers Market. Perfect for a week long visit or weekend getaway! Port Townsend, WA. Washington Victorian Seaport and Art Community.
Six guest rooms to choose from at our Port Townsend Bed & Breakfast
The six guest rooms at our Port Townsend Bed and Breakfast are uniquely decorated. Each guest room offers a private bath, three of which have showers only. The Angel &; Cypress rooms have whirlpool tubs and telephone style hand-held showers. Our Garden room is complete with an old-fashioned cast iron tub and shower combination. All rooms include breakfast each morning, served in our dining room at 9:00. Free wireless internet, a guest refrigerator (located in upstairs hall), enjoy afternoon treats and coffee/tea in our dining room.
Historic Port Townsend, Washington
Don’t miss Fort Worden State Park….. Fort Worden was built in 1902, and along with Fort Flagler and Fort Casey/Fort Ebey was known as part of the “Triangle of Fire”, established to help protect the entrance to Puget Sound. You may venture inside the concrete bunkers, to get a feel for how it must have been during this historical time, but bring your flashlight, as it’s pitch black inside! www.fortworden.org
Walking along the sandy beach to the Point Wilson Lighthouse, you can look across the water to Whidbey Island, and the San Juan Islands in the distance.
All ships entering and leaving the Puget Sound, pass right past Port Townsend, WA., so you will see lots of marine traffic, as 10,000 freighters use the shipping channel each year, along with Cruise Ships and U.S. Navy vessels.
In the early days of Washington State many ships made port in Port Townsend to take advantage of our deep water port but more importantly all the brothels and bars on the downtown waterfront.
Shopping, Fine Dining, Beaches
Guests are welcome to relax in our garden, or on the spacious covered front porch in our “Cracker Barrel” rocking chairs. Some other activities you might enjoy during your visit include wine tasting, fine dining on “northwest cuisine”, festivals, biking, hiking and whale watching! Local shops have everything from gift items to antiques for you to browse and enjoy. Educational opportunities abound through Centrum, at Fort Worden as well.
For more information about Port Townsend, check out events at www.enjoypt.com
We love Port Townsend and so will you! Thinking of relocating? John is also a Real Estate broker with RE/MAX First, Inc. in Port Townsend and can help with all your real estate needs, visit his real estate site