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Romantic Port Townsend’s Valentines Day – Enjoy

February 3, 2015 by bluegullinn

Enjoy a Romantic Valentines Day in Port Townsend, WA

Romantic Port Townsend’s Valentines Day

Romantic Port Townsend’s Valentines Day.“Washington’s Victorian seaport, Port Townsend, is romantic no matter the date – but a Port Townsend Valentine’s Day? It can’t be beat!”Look no further than the Blue Gull Inn Bed & Breakfast for a Romantic Valentine’s Day. We are located in Port Townsend, Washington Victorian Seaport and Arts Community. Enjoy a romantic dining experience in one our many very good 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, a romantic Port Townsend’s Valentines Day is 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.
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.

A Romantic Port Townsend’s Valentines Day is waiting for you!!!

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Rhody Festival weekend is here!

May 16, 2014 by bluegullinn

One of the biggest weekends in Port Townsend, the Rhododendron Festival, kicks off summer fun in P.T. The good news is, there is still room for you to join us for the fun and festivities. The Grand Parade starts at 1:00 on Saturday May 17th while the Rhody Run begins at 11:00 on Sunday. The Blue Gull Inn is less than a block from the parade route. You will find all the information you need at http://www.rhodyfestival.org to plan the weekend.

Rhododendron

Don’t hide from the weather, embrace it!

February 2, 2013 by bluegullinn

Does is seem like everyone is planning a tropical or exotic getaway? Wouldn’t you like to have a little getaway of your own? You can… and without blowing your whole budget. There is beauty right here in your own backyard. There are miles of beaches to walk and regain your mental balance and sense of calm (that frankly, I think we could all use right about now). If you need to warm up try something spicy or exotic at Khu Larb Thai or Hanazono Asian Noodle. If you enjoy tea, Pippa’s is a friendly place to visit. They have so many different blends you are almost certain to find one you like…make mine the Jasmine Green!

Weather averages Port Townsend

North Beach

July 15, 2012 by bluegullinn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

North Beach is one of Port Townsend’s beautiful, if somewhat hidden, treasures. Known primarily only to locals it is perfect for beachcombing, having a picnic or diving (for the more adventurous). There is also facebook page displaying and selling beach glass that has washed up. If you are interested, ask the Innkeepers John and Renee for directions… we want to keep this one a secret.

Dungeness Spit

July 12, 2012 by bluegullinn

For a fantastic day trip, try Dungeness Spit, located in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge along the northern coast of the Olympic Peninsula. It is an hour drive but totally worth the trip. The spit is a preserve for native birds, no dogs allowed, so bring the camera. You can make the full 10 mile round-trip hike and check out the New Dungeness Lighthouse at the 5 mile mark. Be sure to check the tide calendar before you go. Having made this hike myself I have to recommend it to out-of-towners or even locals who don’t know it’s there. Simply beautiful!

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