Luxury Overwater Hotel In Historic Victorian Seaport Of Port Townsend
USA/Washington/Port Townsend Vacation Rental
2 bedroom, 1 bath vacation condo sleeps 5 (1 Queen, 1 Full, 1 Twin)
Built in 1885 this brick building was once home to the Guilford Packing Company one of the largest producers of canned clams on the West Coast of the United States.
Painstakingly restored by local artisans/craftsmen with an extensive use of materials reclaimed from the building, this historic structure is now one of the Pacific Northwest's most beautiful boutique waterfront hotels. Each room, in this all-suite hotel is designed and built as an unique artistic expression of form, function and understated elegance; creating an environment you will want to savor!
Our over-water suites come come as complete living units with full gourmet kitchens, including appliances from Bosch and Sub-Zero. Each suite offers unobstructed views of Port Townsend Bay and the surrounding area which includes the Cascades and the Olympic Mountains, Whidbey Island and the Strait of Juan De Fuca. You'll be surrounded by brick, hand-forged steel, hammered copper, concrete floors, custom countertops, hand-blown glass fixtures, custom cabinets and top of the line appliances.
Port Townsend has long been regarded as a great place to live and play... and there's no better place to call home while you are in Port Townsend than at the Clam Cannery Hotel. Getting here is easy, by car and ferry were a short commute from either Seattle or Victoria , BC. Port Townsend also has an international airport located 6 minutes from the property. Once you arrive here, you'll find more cultural, entertainment and activities than you'll find in many communities 10 times Port Townsend's size. Whether its the Centrum events like the Country Blues Festival or the Writer Conference or the the annual Wooden Boat Festival or the Port Townsend Film Festival; there's always something fun going on in Port Townsend.
And while you're here, there's no better place to stay the Clam Cannery...it's history reborn!
Special Features of this Vacation Rental
| Linens & Towels Provided || Pets Allowed || Handicapped Accessible |
| High Speed Internet || No Smoking Allowed |
Amenities of this Vacation Rental
All suite, luxury hotel. Flat screen TV's, 650 thread count Egyptian bedding, large soaking tub, amazing views in each suite of surrounding mountains and water as the hotel is built out over the water in the heart of the downtown retail/historic district of Port Townsend. Gourmet kitchens in each suite.
Amenities of the Resort/Surrounding Community
The community of Port Townsend is as varied as the geography that surrounds it. From recreation in the Olympic Mountains to drama at the downtown theatre, the reflection of life here is both connected to the land and to the people. Discovery Bay, the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Port Townsend Bay surround the city as it sits at the northeast end of the Quimper Peninsula. It is the seat of Jefferson County.
Port Townsend is "the most sophisticated place west of Seattle" according to one resident in a National Geographic Travel article, and it shows.
Port Townsend City Hall
It is an eclectic community of artists, long-time residents, boat folks and those looking to avoid the standard cookie-cutter places around it. The politics are contentious, because everyone is right, of course. The music and theatre scene are thriving, and there are many hidden gems in the visual arts, writing and poetry of the area.
Coastal Living Magazine has a 2007 article on "Hidden Gems" with PT included >> Read it here!
Historically, PT was major seaport in the 1800's, and most of that eras' original architecture has remained. Port Townsend is one of only three Victorian seaports in the U.S. on the National Historic Register.
Visit the Jefferson County Historical Society Museum and the Port Townsend Carnegie Library for more history of the area.
Besides an active historical theme, Port Townsend also combines the best of developing and established artists of all disciplines in presenting workshops, events, Gallery Walks, October's Art in Port Townsend juried art show and festivals year-round. You can never have enough art and PT is considered one of the best small-town art communities in the nation.
Many of today's industries are still based in maritime trades, manufacturing, tourism and timber. Port Townsend Paper still remains the largest employer in the area, though mostly small and mid-size businesses thrive here. There is a strong desire to remain a sustainable community both economically and environmentally.
National Geographic Center for Sustainable Destinations rated Port Townsend 24th out of 109 historic destinations worldwide to visit and live based on authenticity and stewardship. It seems that there's both an aesthetic and social desire to see places like Port Townsend be viable and authentic. description courtesy of PTGuide
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