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Port Townsend Acoustic Blues and Jazz Festival – 2015

May 6, 2015 by bluegullinn

Port Townsend Acoustic Blues and Jazz Festival – 2015

Jazz 2015

Port Townsend Acoustic Blues and Jazz Festival – 2015

Centrum is honored to welcome vocalist, teacher, lyricist, Grammy-nominated arranger, and Grammy award-winning ensemble singer, Kim Nazarian to our 2015 Jazz Port Townsend festival and workshop!  Just try and fit a ball of positive energy like Kim into a category and you will break the box!

Kim Nazarian is the soprano and one of the founding members of the New York Voices, the only vocal group in recent memory to win two Grammys for live concert recordings (one of Brazilian music with Paquito D’Rivera, the other for Big Band Jazz with the Count Basie Orchestra). She has recorded, performed and toured the world with this outstanding vocal ensemble for the past twenty years. Her voice is featured on several MCG Jazz releases (mcgjazz.org), among them “Afternoon In Rio” with Joe Negri, (yes, Mr. Rogers’ Handyman Negri!) “The 21st Century Swing Band,” the highly acclaimed “A Nancy Wilson Christmas,” and “Long Ago and Far Away,” her original, interactive children’s concert, which has grown into a radio show now available on CD through MCG Jazz.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ON JAZZ PORT TOWNSEND.

Aside from her work with MCG, Kim was a featured vocalist alongside Ray Brown and Stanley Turrentine in the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s production of “Indigo In Motion” and has appeared with the Pittsburgh Children’s Festival Chorus. She has taught at Duquesne University and the Ellis School, recorded with the Big-Band at Slippery Rock University and continues a busy schedule in her private teaching at home in PA. Kim has also recorded “Red Dragonfly in New York” for JVC in Japan. The album contains Japanese folk songs translated into English and western musical contexts. As a singer and lyricist for such artists as Masahiko Osaka her work has won the “seal of approval” by Japan’s Swing Journal.

Always passionate for Latin Music, Kim performs and records with Boston-based El Eco, whose album “Two Worlds” was recently featured on NPR’s JazzSet. Other collaborations include her work performing and recording with Mark Shilansky, her vocals featured extensively on his most recent recording “Join the Club.”

A more recent recording opportunity for Kim was her work on Bobby McFerrin’s critically acclaimed Vocabularies

Coming Your Way in May—Rhodies and Races, Food and Fun!

May 2, 2015 by bluegullinn

Rhody Festival

Coming Your Way in May—Rhodies and Races, Food and Fun!

Coming Your Way in May—Rhodies and Races, Food and Fun!

With April showers behind us, May flowers are the centerpiece this month, especially the Rhododendron, which you’ll see blooming in abundance all around town. The flower takes center stage starring in the 80th Annual Rhody Festival with events and fun for the whole family, including your pet! Mark your calendars to join us May 9-16, 2015.

Rhody Bed Race

But that’s not all that’s coming your way in May. Read on to learn about additional exciting events for you to enjoy in Port Townsend!

Art Wave
May 1-31, 2015

You’ll be inspired by this exhibit of over 400 pieces of children’s artwork displayed in 33 businesses in Uptown and Downtown, created by grades K-12 in the Port Townsend School District. Come to the historic districts for Art Walk on Saturday, May 2, from 5:30-7:30pm and see the creativity of our children. Sponsored by the Port Townsend Main Street Program. www.PTMainStreet.org

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Opening Day on the Bay
Saturday, May 2, 2015

Opening Day of the 2015 boating season is cause for celebration as the Port Townsend Yacht Club invites the public to view the waterfront parade. Watch the boats sail by from the Northwest Maritime Center Pier, Pope Marine Park or any other convenient location along Water Street. The parade will begin after the departure of the 12:30pm ferry to Coupeville. Following the parade, there will be the traditional Blessing of the Fleet. www.PTYC.net

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Mother’s Day Brunch
Sunday, May 10, 2015 at Fort Worden

brunch-at-fort-wordenPamper Mom with brunch from 10am to 2pm at Fort Worden, surrounded by natural beauty and historic charm. Executive Chef Lou Bair welcomes your family to dine on the freshest, most decadent items that the Pacific Northwest has to offer.

Indulge in the Mimosa Bar and Omelet Bar, paired with tasty ham and roast New York strip loin or house-smoked salmon and Hood Canal mussels. Top it off with gourmet pastries, artisan meats and cheeses and fresh fruits. Enjoy live music in an intimate dining setting.

After brunch, take a stroll through the Centennial Rhododendron Garden. Call for reservations at 360.344.4400, ext. 514. www.FortWorden.org

80th Annual Rhododendron Festival
May 9-17, 2015

Make plans to join us for any and all of these events for our Port Townsend “community holiday” celebration. Learn more at www.RhodyFestival.org orwww.RhodyRun.com

Wednesday, May 13

  • 6pm Trike Race begins

Pet_paradeThursday, May 14

  • 4:30pm Pet Parade begins and the Funtastic Carnival opens at Memorial Field

Friday, May 15

  • 3:30pm Kiddie Parade begins with the Navy Band NW Concert to follow
  • 6:30pm Bed Races begin

Saturday, May 16

  • 1pm Rhody Festival Grand Parade with a Cake Picnic to follow

Sunday, May 17

  • 11am Rhody Run XXXVII begins

Artisan Food Festival
May 23-24, 2015

Celebrating the Olympic Peninsula’s artisan foods and makers, the weekend includes classes, chef demos, tastings, tours and author talks.

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Start at the Farmers Market on Saturday from 9am to 3pm in Uptown Port Townsend featuring over 70 vendors. Seattle-based Sasquatch Books, one of the Nation’s leading independent publishers, with top-selling books on food, wine, travel, and gardening, will feature their food books and authors at the market. Authors Jennifer Adler and Kate Lebo will be onsite to teach classes based on their books. Artisan food classes will be going on all day from 10am to 5pm. A self-guided tour of Jefferson County Food Artisans on Sunday from 10am to 5pm.http://jeffersoncountyfarmersmarket.org/celebrate/artisanfoodfestival/

4th Annual Brass Screw Confederacy
A Steampunk Hootenanny
May 29-31, 2015

The extravaganza takes over downtown Port Townsend aiming to rock you back on your boot heels and steam up your goggles. It turns up the heat with our hottest Steampunk Hootenanny ever, featuring bands from across the country, burlesque, and a diverse array of entertainments. All-ages attractions include Tactical Croquet, Airship Apprentice (our own collectible card game), Hugo award-winning Phil & Kaja Foglio’s Girl Genius, Rise of Aester’s annual assembly, the stupendous Bazaar of the Bizarre, bands, magic, and mayhem galore! www.brass-screw.org

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Race to Alaska
June 3, 2015

The Northwest Maritime Center (NWMC) invites you to a celebratory send-off for the first-ever Race to Alaska (R2AK). The Pre-Race Ruckus will be held in the Pope Marine Park (adjacent to the NWMC) from 5 – 7pm and will feature live music, a beer garden and food carts. There will be an opportunity to see the boats and meet the characters who have entered into this inaugural event.

Over 60 teams will depart Port Townsend in the wee hours on June 4 headed for the Stage 1 finish in Victoria, BC. Stage 2 will leave Victoria on June 7. The race ends 750 miles later in Ketchikan, Alaska. Join the fun at the Pre-Race Ruckus to send them off in style the day before the race start! www.NWMaritime.org

We look forward to having you come our way in May…and June too!

Enjoy our Beautiful Flowers and Gardens

April 22, 2015 by bluegullinn

Hummingbird

Feeding at the Blue Gull Inn B&B
Enjoy our Beautiful Flowers and Gardens

Flowers and Gardens Await…..

We hope that while you are staying at the Blue Gull Inn B&B, you will take time to smell the flowers. Enjoy our back yard with the deer and all the plants and flowers. Pull up as chair, sit and read or just relax. We have many flowers and trees. From summer lilac, dahlias, roses, sunflowers, geraniums, holly hocks, rose campion, tree of heaven, clematis, montery cypress, sweet cicely, violets, lilac, daffodils, bluebells and more.

Watch the hummingbirds at the feeders and taking a bath in the bird bath. We have had 2 rufus hummingbirds winter over with us for the past 2 winters. This variety of hummingbird has the ability to lower their body temperature at night to make it through the cold nights during winter.

Watch the deer in the yard and around Port Townsend. This herd of deer lives and thrives in town all year long. The record for us is 11 in the back yard at one time. In the spring the does bring the new fawns into our yard and they are so sweet to watch.

While in Port Townsend, stay in one of our 6 guest rooms at the Blue Gull Inn B&B www.bluegullinn.com. We are located in the Uptown Historic District, just 5 blocks from downtown, and the water.

If you decide you want to move to Port Townsend.  John Eissinger can show you around and find you the real estate that works for you. He is a managing broker with Remax. Visit his website or give him a call. www.johneissinger.com 

Do not miss Fort Worden State Park. Just one and a half miles from the Blue Gull Inn B&B. Take a stroll past the Marine Science Center on the curved sandy beach to the Point Wilson lighthouse.

 

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Enjoy our Beautiful Flowers and Gardens
Historic Uptown Port Townsend, WA

Early History of Port Townsend, WA

April 6, 2015 by bluegullinn

 

Lady Washington

Lady Washington is part of the Early History of Port Townsend, WA

Early History of Port Townsend, WA

The City of Dreams, Port Townsend, WA is one of the finest examples of a Victorian Seaport in the United States. It is one of 3 Registered Victorian Seaports in the US. The other 2 are Cape May, NJ and Galveston, TX.

Like many small towns in the Northwest. Port Townsend described itself as the “Key City” and the “New York of the West” It quickly became a bustling seaport and customs gateway of the Pacific Northwest. Located right on the water at the entrance of Puget Sound, it was very visible from the water. Many boaters even today find Port Townsend

by boat. It had an impressive downtown, many of the commercial building were built of brick and stone and many elegant Victorian homes on the hillside above. It must have been very inviting town as you passed by, especially after months at sea.

Port Townsend was a very wild town in the day. Much of downtown was brothels and bars. Tunnels run under the downtown area. Many of the bars had trap doors in them. When a ship needed a crew they would get the sailor drunk and he would then find himself serving as a crew member out at sea.

In the early 1880, because of Port Townsend’s waterfront location, the business men of the day decided to bring the railroad to town. It only made sense to off load and load ships here and then ship the goods by rail. That dream lasted until 1892. At that time the railroad said it was too expensive to travel all the way to Port Townsend. Back then, the largest port was Seattle, so the railroad went there instead. Port Townsend then went into a huge depression because of the railroad.

For more information about Port Townsend visit www.ptguide.com

Port Townsend events www.enjoypt.com

While visiting Port Townsend, stay at our Historic Bed & Breakfast in Uptown www.bluegullinn.com

When you decided you want to live in Port Townsend or Jefferson County, contact John Eissinger at Remax for real estate information, check-out,  www.johneissinger.com

Happy Easter – Easter Sunday is April 5, 2015

April 4, 2015 by bluegullinn

Easter Sunday is April 5. Contact the Port Townsend Visitor Information Center for locations and times of church services, Easter brunch and Easter dinner. Call 360.385.2722 or email info@jeffcountychamber.org.

Celebrate Earth Day weekend at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center on the pier at Fort Worden State Park. See the new Go Blue marine science exhibits opening Friday, April 24 through Sunday, April 26, noon to 5pm. The new Go Blue exhibits feature actions we can take to understand how the ocean sustains our lives and engages in collective solutions for community-wide marine conservation.

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The Go Blue endeavor dives deeper into the global issue of ocean health, reveals the human impact of climate change, plastics, and toxics on marine ecosystems, and provides choices for what we can do as a community, and as families, to address it in our own back yard. For more info go to www.ptmsc.org or call 360.385.5582

Looking for a place to stay, try the Blue Gull Inn B&B

The Blue Gull Inn B&B is one of the first homes built in Port Townsend, WA. Our home was built by ND Hill in 1868. If you can imagine, our home was built 3 years after the end of the Civil War. ND Hill and his family and had a large home with a large dining room, perfect for a Bed & Breakfast. Join us for a great Breakfast!!! ND Hill was our local pharmacist, back then a pharmacy is a combination today of a pharmacy and hardware store.

Looking for a place to stay during your visit in Port Townsend.                                      Enjoy the Blue Gull Inn B&B, www.bluegullinn.com

If you like history, here is your trivia of the day. The ND Hill House actually was owned by the Hill Family for 90 years, it was finally sold in 1958.This home was built at the beginning of the Victorian era, the style of the home is Gothic Victorian.

The Blue Gull Inn B&B  www.bluegullinn.com  Stay in one our 6 guest rooms, 2 with whirlpool bath tubs. Have coffee or a glass of wine on our sweeping front porch. Relax in our parlor or dining room, a casual, country Victorian theme.  The Blue Gull Inn B&B is located in Uptown, just 5 blocks from downtown Port Townsend, WA.

Looking for more to see and do in Port Townsend, Washington’s Victorian Seaport and Art Community. Lots of great places to shop and dine for a list check out www.enjoypt.com or,  www.ptguide.com

So you are visiting Port Townsend and decide like many people, it is a great place to live. For real estate contact John Eissinger at Remax www.johneissinger.com. We are a very walking and bicycle friendly community. Port Townsend is located right on the water, at the entrance to Puget Sound. We are the water gate way to the Puget Sound, many boaters find Port Townsend by boat.

Do not miss Fort Worden State Park, located just north of Port Townsend. Take a stroll on the curved sandy beach with the Point Wilson lighthouse at the other end. Enjoy the old concrete bunkers, RV parks, camping, hiking, biking, kayaking or just relax.

Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

March 18, 2015 by bluegullinn

PT Farmers Market

Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

Spring Blossoms at the Port Townsend Farmers Market 2015

Port Townsend Farmers Market opens on Saturday April 4, 2015 from 9 am – 2 pm on the corner of Tyler and Clay Streets in Historic Uptown.

Port Townsend Farmers Market offers, local produce, food, flowers, arts, crafts, music and more.

Opening Day is Saturday April 4th at 9 am. Enjoy goat parade, music, food and more.

If you decide to stay in Port Townsend for a getaway, enjoy the Historic Blue Gull Inn B&B just 3 blocks up Clay Street from the Farmers Market. Check out our web site www.bluegullinn.com

Why not live in Port Townsend a great small town and Historic Victorian Seaport. For real estate information contact John Eissinger at Remax, www.johneissinger.com or give him a call at 360-301-2378.

We are fortunate in Port Townsend and Jefferson County to have so many small family farms, many of them offer organic produce.

Jefferson County Extension produces the North Olympic Food & Farm Guide and is available for pick-up at local visitor centers, participating farms and businesses, and the WSU Jefferson County Extension office at the historic Cupola House. The free guide boasts over 130 descriptive listings of family farms, local food restaurants, supporting businesses and organizations throughout Clallam and Jefferson counties, acting as a comprehensive resource for all things local food- and agriculture-related on the Olympic Peninsula.

We are blessed with the many small farms that support and raise locally grown food in East Jefferson County. While taking advantage of our region’s temperate climate and long growing season, we have a plethora of farms, cideries and wine makers in Quilcene/Brinnon, Chimacum, Port Hadlock and Port Townsend, WA.

Jefferson County has a rich agricultural heritage that is now seeing a surge of energy and vitality from farmers across our fertile valleys.  More than a dozen family farms are in operation producing a range of goods and produce from diverse vegetables, to fruit crops like berries and apples, to egg and poultry production, to goat cheese, to cow dairies and pasture-fed beef.

You can taste what grows in Jefferson County at our dynamic Farmers Markets (Port Townsend, Chimacum & Port Ludlow) or at several on-farm stands.  You can also drink the bounty of Jefferson County by visiting the Tasting Rooms of our many local wineries or cideries. The Chimacum Corner store at Center and Highway 19 offers a wide range of goods grown or made right here.

Luck of the Irish – St. Patricks Day – March 17, 2015

March 9, 2015 by bluegullinn

St. Patrick's Day

The Luck of the Irish – St. Patrick’s Day – March 17, 2015

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Luck of the Irish – St. Patricks Day – March 17, 2015

Enjoy spring in Port Townsend, WA.

The pussy willows have come out. Now the daffodils and cherry blossoms are blooming in Port Townsend, WA. Enjoy the flowers during your visit. The sun is shining and the deer are eating the new green grass.

While in Port Townsend, stay at the Blue Gull Inn Bed & Breakfast. We have 6 guest rooms, 2 with whirlpool tubs. Enjoy our historic Victorian home and a great breakfast! www.bluegullinn.com

If you visit and find you want to live here. Contact John Eissinger, I am a local Realtor with Remax First. Try my no pressure approach to real estate. Check out my web site   www.johneissinger.com

Blue Gull Inn B&B

Visit the Blue Gull Inn B&B in Historic Port Townsend, Washington’s Victorian Seaport and Arts Community. Our web site is www.bluegullinn.com. For real estate contact John Eissinger at Remax www.johneissinger.com.

Our bed & breakfast was one of the first homes built in Port Townsend, WA. The Blue Gull Inn B&B was built by ND Hill in 1868.

Choose one of our 6 comfortable guest rooms, 2 with whirlpool tubs.

The Blue Gull Inn B&B is located in Uptown, just 5 blocks from downtown Port Townsend, WA.

Check out our web site at www.bluegullinn.com

#bluegullinn

For things to see and do check out www.enjoypt.com

Do not miss Fort Worden State Park. Take a walk on the beach. Fort Worden was built in 1902 to help protect the entrance to Puget Sound. Walk through the concrete bunkers and slam the big steel doors. Bring your flashlight, it is pitch black inside.

Walk along the sandy beach to the Point Wilson Lighthouse. Off in the distance is Whidbey Island.

Port Townsend is located at the entrance to Puget Sound. All ships entering and leaving the Puget Sound, pass right past Port Townsend, WA. 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.

Interested in living in Port Townsend or Jefferson County, contact John Eissinger. Realtor at Remax, www.johneissinger.com

#johneissinger

Luck of the Irish – St. Patricks Day – March 17, 2015

Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time on March 8th

March 1, 2015 by bluegullinn

Spring Flowers

Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time on March 8th with spring flowers

Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time on March 8th

Ready for a get away?

Why not visit Port Townsend, Washington’s Victorian Seaport and Arts Community.

Here are some suggestions for you to see and do in Port Townsend.

40 FUN activities  

Beach Combing, Sailing, Jogging, Shopping, Dining, Fort Worden,

State Park, Skate Boarding, Fishing, Golf, Marine Science Center,

Victorian Homes, Historic Court House, Historic Post Office, Tennis, Walking, Rothchild House, Point Hudson, Waterfront Docks,   Uptown Tour, Ferry Ride, Sea Kayaking, Theatre, Whale Watching, Chetzemoka Park, Tree of  Heaven, Bed & Breakfasts, Museums, Boat Cruises, Wooden Boat Foundation & School, Commanding Officers Quarters, Bird Watching, Pt. Wilson Light House, Biking, Camping, Scuba Diving,

Gallery Walk, Watch the Sunrise/Sunset or JUST RELAX!

Looking for a place to stay during your visit in Port Townsend. Enjoy the Blue Gull Inn B&B, www.bluegullinn.com

The Blue Gull Inn B&B is one of the first homes built in Port Townsend, WA. Our home was built by ND Hill in 1868. If you can imagine, our home was built 3 years after the end of the Civil War. ND Hill had a large family and needed a large home with a large dining room. Perfect for a Bed & Breakfast. Join us for a great Breakfast!!! ND Hill was our local pharmacist, back then a pharmacy is a combination today of a pharmacy and hardware store.

If you like history, here is your trivia of the day. The ND Hill House actually was owned by the Hill Family for 101 years, it was finally sold in 1959.

The Blue Gull Inn B&B www.bluegullinn.com Stay in one our 6 guest rooms. Have coffee or a glass of wine on our sweeping front porch. Relax in our parlor or dining room, a casual, country Victorian theme.

Lots of great places to shop and dine for a list check out www.enjoypt.com

Spring forward to Daylight Saving Time on March 8th

2014 Real Estate Recap for Jefferson County, Port Ludlow and Port Townsend, WA

February 9, 2015 by bluegullinn

Real Estate Sales Recap

2014 Real Estate Recap for Jefferson County, Port Ludlow and Port Townsend, WA

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It is very exciting to see another year of positive sales growth in the real estate market for 2014.

Port Townsend is a great place to raise a family and own a business. If you are interested in owning a Bed & Breakfast, contact John Eissinger. We have owned the Blue Gull Inn B&B for over 17 years and been a Realtor for 16 years. Now is a great time to purchase your dream home in Port Townsend, WA. While visiting Port Townsend, enjoy all the great places to dine and stay at the Blue Gull Inn B&B, www.bluegullinn.com. Our Historic home was one of the first homes built in Port Townsend, WA. This Gothic Victorian style home was built by ND Hill. For more information check out our web site at www.bluegullinn.com.

I will start with the recap of sales for Port Townsend, WA.  If you look at the first chart you can see that residential home sales increased by almost 12%. We have now shifted to a sellers market with 3.3 months of inventory in Port Townsend. Sellers markets are defined by the fact of having less than 6 months of residential home inventory to sell. Median home price has increased to $280,000 or 11 percent. The other key point is that the average home sale is 96% of the last listed price.

Now to review Port Ludlow, WA. In the past few years the best values in Jefferson County have been in Port Ludlow. Port Ludlow is located 18 miles south of Port Townsend, just north of the Hood Canal Floating Bridge. An area of many very nice homes with 2 swimming pools, golf courses and marina. Residential home sales for 2014 increased by 51%. That is 69 homes sold for 2013 and 104 in 2014.

As a recap for Jefferson County. Total residential home sales in 2013 were 454 sales and in 2014, 509 sales, or 12%, the largest increase was in Port Ludlow, WA. Median prices for 2014 were at a break even. Days on market lowered from 6 months to just over 4 months, also becoming a sellers market. Total sales in the county increased by 5.8%. The disappointing sales are still vacant land, off by 5% in 2014. It is my opinion and in discussion with other Realtors. We have 2 main reasons for slow residential land sales. One is, it is less expensive to purchase an existing home than to build new. The second reason, many of the homes built across the United States are built by small contractors. Because the banks have tightened lending requirements those same small contractors are having a difficult time finding construction loan financing.

As a total overview, I am happy to see another year of positive growth in our local real estate market. Another way to look at our real estate market in future years. No large down turns and no large up swings. Just modest growth.

If you have any questions or comments about this information, please feel free to contact John Eissinger at 360-301-2378, email john@johneissinger.com or visit my web site www.johneissinger.com

Strange Brew Fest 2015 Beer in Port Townsend, WA Fun

January 12, 2015 by bluegullinn

#Strange Brew Fest Port Townsend, WA Strange Brew Fest 2015 Beer in Port Townsend, WA Fun

 

Strange Brew Fest 2015 Beer in Port Townsend, WA Fun. Port Townsend is Washington Victorian Seaport and Arts Community. Enjoy a romantic dining experience in one our many restaurants. Our guests at the Blue Gull Inn rant and rave about how good the food is at the Fountain Cafe. Our favorite place to dine is Lanzas. Enjoy your Valentines weekend by taking a walk on the beach or visiting Fort Worden State Park. After your walk come back to the B&B for a soak in one of our whirlpool tub rooms.

The Blue Gull Inn B&B is located in Historic Uptown, just 5 blocks up the hill from downtown. Great place to dine in both Uptown and Downtown. We are happy to provide you a map of the many restaurants. Do not miss Fort Worden State Park. If you have seen the movie Officer and a Gentleman. You can walk the bunkers that Richard Geer walked.

Point Hudson is an old Coast Guard Station, located on the water and the Northeast corner of town. It has an RV park and Marina. Bring your boat and stay right in downtown.

Northwest Maritime Center has a working boat shop and maritime training center, also located downtown.

In addition to many great places to dine. We have several brew pubs and 2 wonderful Wine shops, one uptown and the other downtown. Great local pubs are also involved in Strange Brew Fest 2015.

Strange Brew Fest 2015 Beer in Port Townsend, WA Fun

If you need more information feel free to visit our web site www.bluegullinn.com or www.ptguide.com

For other things to do, I suggest you walk on the Washington State Ferry located right downtown. Take a ride to Fort Casey State Park, on Whidbey Island. Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy your ferry ride across the entrance to Puget Sound.

Strange Brew Fest 2015 Beer in Port Townsend, WA Fun

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