Enjoy the Salad bar, the Lounge. the Friendly Service and the Great Views!
Immerse yourself in natural beauty and historic accommodations. Indulge in Northwest, artisan fare at one of three eateries: Fort Worden Servery, Taps Guardhouse Pub, Commons Coffee and seasonal Beach Cafe.
Alongside the highly browsable indie shops and restaurants packed with local food, visitors come to Port Townsend to enjoy Fort Worden, a 19th-century army-base-turned-state-park that boasts a plentiful event calendar thanks to local arts organization Centrum. The fort’s executive chef, Lou Bair, (yes, this “fort” has an executive chef) celebrates the culinary emphasis on locally-sourced food, offering cooking classes and a new pub, Taps at the Guardhouse (opening Winter 2016).
Aside from the bevy of learning opportunities nearby—the Port Townsend School of Woodworking, School of Wooden Boat Building, Maritime Center and Marine Science Center, to name a few
Near Sequim, WA on the Dungeness Bay, serving those who appreciate terrific mountain and ocean views, great food, drink, outdoor activities. The goal at the GreenHouse Inn by the Bay bed and breakfast is to ensure you appreciate your time here and have a positive, memorable experience.
Welcome to Sea Cliff Gardens, a Sequim and Port Angeles bed and breakfast – at the gateway to Washington State’s Olympic National Park.
We are a two-acre oceanfront Victorian bed and breakfast estate between Port Angeles and Sequim on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Backed against natural forest, the home of deer, raccoons and quail, the estate is fronted by lush English gardens that spill from Victorian guest rooms to a bluff standing over the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Below the cliff, whales play; overhead, eagles wheel; and in the distance, Vancouver Island rises above the sea. All guests are treated to a three-course gourmet breakfast that is certain to satisfy until well after lunch. Bliss!
Tucked into a quiet neighborhood in uptown Port Townsend WA is Ravenscroft Inn, the ideal place for you to experience the beauty and charm of the Olympic Peninsula. Our bed and breakfast is ideally located just blocks from downtown Port Townsend and the bay, and is close enough to Olympic National Park for guests to easily explore its natural beauty. Our uptown location offers access to all the area has to offer with a short walk to restaurants, a local bakery, Saturday Farmers’ Market, the corner grocery, and live music & theater.
Let us energize you each morning with a delicious and filling breakfast before you start your day of play and exploration. If you love the outdoors, the area is ripe with enjoyable activities both on and off the water. For a quiet afternoon, or break with a good book, our veranda welcomes you to relax and enjoy the afternoon breezes.
Catch a second wind with some freshly made treats here at the inn in the afternoon, and enjoy the 24-hour beverage station that offers espresso and a selection of loose-leaf tea. For dinner, Port Townsend boasts delicious restaurant choices, from pubs to more upscale eateries. Live music is available almost any time of day. Let us be your guide!
Our modern, airy rooms offer sweeping views of Townsend Bay. Mount Baker in the northeast and Mount Rainier in the southwest make for spectacular sunrise and sunset views from the Bay and Baker rooms. The Study Room on the lower-garden level is dog-friendly. All guestrooms feature private bathrooms. There are no televisions or telephones in the rooms; however, high-speed wireless Internet access is available for your devices.
Little Creek Casino Resort offers seven terrific restaurants for your dining pleasure. If you’re hungry for exceptional food, we offer a fabulous variety of dining options from quick eats to gourmet treats. You’ll find a tempting selection of fine foods and beverages around every corner. Everything from Squaxin Island Seafood Bar’s delicacies fresh from the sea to home-made potato chips in our Salish Cliffs Golf Club Grille. Enjoy a fine cigar, wine or whiskey in the Skookum Spirit Cigar and Wine Lounge or the best burger around in our Waters Edge Café. Of course you can always sample a little bit of everything at the Creekside Buffet or dine where the action never stops in our Starlight Lounge. We round out our restaurant selection with the Island Grille where you’ll find a delicious steak or meal for a special occasion. Hope to see you soon.
After a long 3 year hiatus due to a tragic fire, Ocean Crest Resort has re-opened their iconic restaurant!!!
Featuring dishes like Elk Tenderloin, Wild Salmon au Poivre, Dungeness Crab Cakes, and Washington Oysters, Ocean Crest Resort’s commitment to Olympic Peninsula Cuisine is inspiring.
“You simply won’t find a more spectacular spot on the Washington Coast.” –Frommer’s
Apolo Ohno’s “Favorite Vacation Place”– USA Today 9/8/09
Named after Emily Sherwood, a well-respected elder of the Quinault Indian Nation, Emily”s Restaurant carries the same characteristics; elegant, charming, and polished. Emily’s doesn’t disappoint when it comes to atmosphere and breathtaking views with panoramic vistas of the ocean from any table. Emily”s exceptional menu of fresh, Northwest specialties derive their emphasis from seasonal seafood and beef selections.
Come visit our 37 room Inn with waterside dinning at The Fireside Restaurant, 18 hole golf course and 300 slip marina, located at the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula. Find us on facebook!