Port Townsend’s Victorian discovered in this beautiful Queen Anne B&B. Savor old-world charm surrounded by antiques, stained glass, and woodwork, with the comforts of home and the conveniences of a fine hotel. Broadband wifi, gourmet breakfasts, and ocean views.
5 on June 05, 2014
Two nights were not enough! There are wonderful details throughout this special place, too numerous to list. We completely relaxed and enjoyed the stupendous breakfasts, the espresso in the conservatory, the warm fresh cookies, the view and the warm, friendly Innkeepers! I would come here again and again without hesitation to sit on the porch swing that looks out to Puget Sound, sip some wine or have a rich cup of coffee and gaze at the lovely garden. Best and most comfy bathrobes we've ever worn!
5 on April 30, 2014
We had an amazing stay at the Old Consulate. We particularly loved that we could stay at a wonderful bed and breakfast, then head out for the day and be in the snow up on Hurricane Ridge for the afternoon - and then be back in Port Townsend for dinner. Our room was comfortable and we loved watching sailboats go by in the Bay from our bed. The library was full of such interesting books, some of them very old. Plus GREAT coffee. The host and hostess made me very comfortable. I'm a musician and a writer. I loved all the instruments - I played the harp and the guitar they had for guests. And I love the experience of living the past.
5 on December 30, 2012
We stayed here on our honeymoon 25 years ago and decided to do the same on our anniversary. We are so very happy we did! Had a wonderful weekend in Port Townsend. We stayed in the Tower Room, which has a great turret room with windows that look out over the water. This room and the Master Suite are, in my opinion, the best rooms there. I will say that when guests left we peaked into their rooms and they were all unique with wonderful cushy soft beds, perfectly dressed with high count sheets and luxurious comforters/bedspreads, all rooms nicely decorated. And breakfasts? Wow! Fresh fruits, baked goodies, eggs, sausage, pancakes, skillfully prepared and served. We skipped a previous engagement so we could enjoy one more delightful breakfast. Coffee, tea, and cocoa are available whenever you wish and each night there are baked cookies in the dining room, beds are turned down, and fresh truffles await you on your pillow. We will not wait another 25 years to return!
5 on October 10, 2012
Traveling and having a food allergy can be challenging. Very few places can accommodate you. That's one of the reasons I love the Old Consulate Inn. Cindy has lots of experience cooking breakfast for people with all kinds of food allergies. You will not feel left out and will receive something just as gourmet as the person without allergies! The rooms each have an individual flavor (my favorite is the tower suite). Little touches like bath robes and natural soaps are present in each room. In the sitting area, coffee and tea are always available (and not the cheap stuff, either), and often, fresh-baked muffins in the morning. The Inn has a lot of history and Nathan loves to tell about it and he's often dressed in the Victorian style. Outside, you will enter through a grape arbor. Sitting on the porch or in the gazebo, you will have views of Puget Sound and the mountains. The Inn is only a few minutes walk from the heart of Pt. Townsend and the waterfront, making it conveniently located.
5 on May 25, 2012
Amazing breakfast. My son is a vegan we are vegetarians. Very accommodating. Wonderful hosts. Want to stay forever. Great town.
5 on April 09, 2012
Port Townsend is a charming town and this Bed and Breakfast is THE place that brings that charm. This noble Victorian mansion is splendid in all aspects; room details, the wonderful billiard room in the basement, the 3 course breakfasts and of course, the gracious hosts Cindy and Nathan. Ditto the other reviewer comment about the high quality of the breakfast. You get an 'appetizer', 'main course' and 'dessert' for breakfast. Most B&Bs give you an over-the-top, dessert type, sweet breakfast entree, short on protein but high in sugar. The balanced, well proportioned feast at Old Consulate shows off Cindy's amazing skills. A wonderful place to stay for those who love history and historical homes.
Victorian, Seaport, Oceanside, Village, Wine country
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 103 miles
1. Follow signs for I-5 South. Yes, you're driving south to go north. It's faster. 2. Take WA-16 West (exit 132) towards Sprague Ave. Set your trip-o-meter here and now. 3. The highway turns into WA-3 West as you curve around the bay. Steady on. 4. Follow WA-3. As the trip-o-meter approaches 53 miles watch for WA-104. Or you can watch for the big signs for the Hood Canal Bridge and WA-104. 5. Cross the bridge and continue on WA-104. 6. Turn right onto WA-19 / Beaver Valley Rd. Watch for horses, llamas, goats, and bison. Beavers, not so much. 7. Highway 19 becomes Highway 20. Carry on. 8. Highway 20 curves a bit and changes names. Welcome to Port Townsend. 9. Go "straight" through two roundabouts. 10. Just past Kearny St on Sims Way is a second light with a left turn lane. Get in the left lane and head uphill on Washington St. (Port Townsend loves its presidents.) towards the white lighthouse. Almost there. 11. At the top of the hill, turn left onto Walker St. and park. On street parking is quite safe.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Centrum Arts Center, Northwest Maritime Museum, Fort Worden, Historic Seaport, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Conference Rooms, Library, Piano , Breakfast, Water views, Mountain views
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Cindy Madsen & Nathan Barnett
English, French, Japanese, Spanish
Cindy: French and historical cuisine, gardening, hat making Nathan: historical fencing, Renaissance music, writing
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan, No gluten, dairy, et