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We all (4 of us) loved the Old Consulate Inn and can't wait to go back! Everything was above expectation. Rooms were beautiful, breakfast outstanding, warm cookies in the afternoon, coffee in the den and fudge hanging on our room doorknob. It doesn't get any...More
We stayed for two nights at The Old Consulate Inn in Port Townsend. This is a circa 1889 home that looks like it was just built yesterday. Everything is immaculate. The owners, Cindy and Nathan, are very personable and committed to making your stay perfect...More
This original Victorian mansion was, in fact, once the site of a Russian consulate. It retains the charm of the period but the rooms and furnishings are clean and completely up-to-date. Our second floor room was not large, but comfortable and nicely furnished, and there...More
My wife and I have been fortunate enough to stay in B&B's throughout Europe and the U.S. and we have found that The Old Consulate Inn is by far one of our favorites for a number of reasons. The building is immaculate and very beautiful....More
This is a delightful place to stay in the beautiful Victorian town of Port Townsend, which lies along the Strait of Juan de Fuca just a few miles south of Canada. Our second floor suite was HUGE and had two turret rooms, which we loved!...More
Response from RiverMaven | Reviewed this property |
The website suggests that you could get a room for $100-200 at this time of the year, depending on availability, size and location within the house. It's a lovely place and you'll enjoy your stay there!
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"Not all rooms have water views. Check the descriptions on the website"