The Ravenscroft Inn’s warmth and charm comes from its grand southern architecture. The elegant design and spacious rooms of this purpose built Charleston Single House surround you in comfort. The Inn is tucked into a quiet neighborhood in historic uptown Port Townsend, WA. It is a short walk to restaurants, a local bakery, Saturday Farmers’ Market, the corner grocery, and live music & theater. Most of our rooms offer sweeping water and mountain views. Chef Dave serves a full gourmet breakfast featuring local ingredients in the dining room on your schedule. We have locally roasted coffee and wide selection of loose leaf tea’s always available. The large fireplace in the great room serves as the focal point on chilly evenings. The library is a relaxing place to read or play board games at the antique game table. There are no televisions or telephones in the rooms; however, high-speed wireless Internet access is available for your devices. The Ravenscroft is the ideal place for you to experience the beauty and charm of the Olympic Peninsula. We are close enough to Olympic National Park for guests to easily explore its natural beauty.
5 on May 19, 2018
We recently spent two nights at The Ravenscroft Inn. We loved our room and the views from the veranda. Bed was super comfortable and we enjoyed snuggling in the provided robes. The inn is convenient to local restaurants, both on the water and in the hills, and the main part of town is totally walkable, even to the ferry. There is a great local coffee shop in town down by the restored dock. Dave was an engaged host, had excellent attention to details and prepared a delicious breakfast. We were on a 14 day Washington Geocaching tour and this area was rich in caches. It was a peaceful and relaxing getaway. Jean & DeWayne
4.4 on January 26, 2018
Ravenscroft was a peaceful and charming getaway. The hosts provide a beautiful environment that invites relaxation and they have excellent attention to the details of hospitality.
3.4 on December 05, 2017
Very nice place, very clean, great tea selection. Room was very nice, but bed was too firm for my liking. Dave was great at explaining the room features and Ravenscroft's amenities at arrival. Breakfast was excellent but we were never asked if we wanted more of anything. Staff was friendly.
4.8 on January 04, 2016
To celebrate our 9th anniversary, we knew that we wanted to go to Port Townsend, but weren't sure which B&B to stay at. We quickly discovered that they pretty much all look the same, Victorian style with antique (read: dated & potentially breakable) furniture. But when we found Ravenscroft Inn, we found exactly what we were hoping for! We stayed in the Admiralty Suite, which ended up being perfect for our overnight getaway. Our only complaint was the general cold temperature of the room (we pretty much kept the fireplace & the space heater running the whole time), but that had more to do with the winter season than anything else. The deep claw-footed soaker tub was easily worth the price of the room. But then there was also the comfy chairs and the romantic fireplace -- the perfect spot for a few rounds of cribbage! The king sized bed was hands down one of the most comfortable beds that we have ever slept in, a perfect night's sleep. Our breakfast was yogurt paired with granola & fresh fruit, blueberry scones, chicken sausages, and a goat cheese & asparagus frittata. The staff is warm & friendly, engaging with their guests & more than helpful. Without question, the Ravenscroft Inn is one of the best B&Bs that a person could choose for their trip to Port Townsend.
This airy and charming third-floor room offers a romantic Washington State getaway. A large picture window welcomes you with views of the Admiralty Inlet and Mount Baker to the northeast. Meanwhile, Port Townsend Bay and Mount Rainier are visible in the distance through the dormer windows on the southwest. A bright and freshly renovated room with in-suite espresso machine, the Baker Room at Ravenscroft Inn is decorated in seaside hues and offers a sumptuous queen-sized bed and private bathroom with shower. If you love sunrises, this room is made for you!Waking up with the sun is a joy with our delicious daily breakfast, served in our Great Room.
A hot sudsy tub, a warm fire, champagne bubbles rising in your glass?all come together to create romance! You will find this 3rd-floor room at the top of the house with king-size bed, soaking tub, fireplace, views of Port Townsend Bay through three dormer windows, and a private bathroom with shower. The Rainier suite has a private balcony with bistro table chairs for viewing Mount Baker and the neighborhood?s splendid Victorian homes.
This spacious-yet-cozy suite at Ravenscroft Inn is a favorite honeymoon and vacation spot for those who enjoy more luxurious Washington State getaway accommodations. Relax in comfort in the luxurious king-size bed. Brew a cup with the in-suite espresso machine in the morning and then cozy up in the 2nd-floor window seat and enjoy the sunrise views of Admiralty Inlet and Mount Baker.
Unwind in this spacious 2nd-floor bay view room with the king-size four-poster bed, comfortable wingback chairs, a cozy gas stove in the hearth, French doors to the upper veranda and private en suite bathroom with shower. The veranda provides a cozy perch to watch the WA State Ferries come and go on the bay.
A beautifully renovated 2nd-floor room with French doors that open onto the upper veranda with outdoor seating where you can enjoy views of Townsend Bay and Marrowstone Island in the evening light. In the morning, light bathes the room and lightens your mood for the days? activities. This is the center room on the veranda with a queen-size bed, and private bathroom with shower.
This lower-level daylight basement room is bathed in light each morning. Decorated in calming hues, this comfortable room features a queen-size bed, well-appointed bathroom, comfortable wingback chair with ottoman for reading and a writing desk. A corner faux-fireplace with candelabra provides romantic ambiance.
Small town, Waterview
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 63 miles
I-5 N to Bainbridge Ferry. Off ferry follow signs to Hood Canal Bridge (Hiway 104) continue on 104 accross bridge to Hiway 19 turn right follow to Port Townsend
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Centrum Center for Arts & Edu, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Tours, Winery
Board games, Computer, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Walk to mass transit , Enjoy a gourmet breakfast. High speed Wi-Fi
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Whale watching, Scuba diving, Cider &Wine Tasting, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Dave and Carolyn Petro
After falling head over heels for all the Pacific Northwest has to offer, we have been in the region for more than 20 years. Since moving here we have summited multiple volcanoes and lesser peaks, we have cycled 1000's of miles on our tandem bicycle and paddled our kayaks in close proximity to Orcas and Gray whales. Now we have the great opportunity to help you enjoy the playground we call home. We look forward to making your visit to magical Port Townsend one to remember.
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Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Airy Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with homemade blueberry compote topped with crème fraiche and served with 100% real maple syrup.