I have put the price in the $120 to $180 box, but that is severely approximate - there are several package deals available and a huge number of different types of accomodations, including separate cabins (most of which are considered "deluxe" with a jacuzzi tub, but at least one of which is "cozy" according to the web site), and a penthouse at the top of this vintage guest house.
I didn't stay the night here, but it sure looks like an interesting place, and I have therefore created this to bookmark it for possible future trips.
Unfortunately, during August of 2009, the city was working on rebuilding the road right outside several of the cabins. I'm very glad that I wasn't spending the day here due to the construction noise, but I bet when the project is finished it will be one of the best places to stay in Port Townsend, especially at the higher floors in the main house.
Directions: Continue down Water Street until it intersects Monroe Street. Hotel and cottage complex is on the corner, and takes up approximately half a city block.
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