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Fall Asleep to the Sounds of the Sea


at Point Hudson Marina in Port Townsend, Washington

The Commanders Beach House Bed & Breakfast

It's an easy walk from the Commander's Beach House to all the shops and restaurants in Port Townsend, as well as to the new Northwest Maritime Center and Fort Worden's Marine Science Center. Stroll to the Victorian gardens at Chetzemoka Park or launch your kayak from our beach! Pamper yourself in our cozy home where storm watching is a favorite activity, or just sit in front of the fireplace with a good book. 


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ACCOMMODATIONS

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Take a few moments to view our available rooms and amenities.
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BOOK NOW

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Start planning your trip to our beautiful Washington  beach-side Bed & Breakfast
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GIFT CERTIFICATES

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GIFT CERTIFICATES

Purchase a gift certificate for somebody special to stay at the Bed & Breakfast. 

Listen to the waves from our three beach-side rooms, or enjoy a view of the gardens and boatyard from our fourth room. In the morning, delight in a romantic gourmet breakfast served at individual tables with views of Whidbey Island, the Point Wilson lighthouse and Mount Baker. Our house provides an incredible setting for outdoor weddings or family gatherings. Come escape to our comfortable beach side retreat.

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Charming Historic Home...

Originally built in 1934 in the Colonial Revival Style, the house was intended as the residence for the Commanding Medical Officer of the U.S. Quarantine Station maintained here at Point Hudson. Over the years, as the property changed hands, this gracious home has been occupied by a number of Coast Guard, Navy, and Army Commanding Officers and their families. 

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Gourmet Breakfast Included

Begin your day with a delicious gourmet breakfast, featuring seasonal cuisine, and served in the setting of your choice. Our individual tables overlook Pt. Wilson Lighthouse, Mt. Baker, the ferries and Whidbey Island. If the weather permits, you may choose to dine on our sunny covered verandah.
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Activities Abound

We are an easy stroll to the many shops and restaurants on the main streets of Port Townsend. Walk to Pt. Wilson Lighthouse, the Marine Science Center or Chetzemoka Park. Explore the tide pools and gather agates and wishing rocks along the way. Launch your kayak from our beach and paddle through the marina or into town. 

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Special Events Welcomed

The Commander's Beach House welcomes special celebrations and offers a lovely setting for intimate weddings, family gatherings, meetings or retreats. As Services are tailored to each event, please contact us for information on costs. Full service catering is also available.  


Stay at our delightful seaside beach house

Now a delightful Beach House, this handsome seaside retreat offers a truly memorable experience to visitors from around the world. Its rich maritime heritage, combined with 2,000 feet of scenic, unspoiled Admiralty Inlet beach, provides a perfect setting for a romantic getaway or an adventurous holiday. This unique old seaport provides a multitude of things to see and do, all year 'round. View classic wooden boats and sleek modern yachts in Point Hudson Harbor. Rent a kayak for a moonlit paddle to Mystery Bay, tour the waterfront in a historic vessel or cruise by the wildlife sanctuary at Protection Island. Bicycle over to the Marine Science Center and play with a starfish or pet an octopus. Pack a picnic lunch and hike the bluffs and beaches or stretch out in the shade of the tall evergreens in Chetzemoka Park. Stroll into town and discover the quaint mansions, fine art and antique shops, fascinating museums and great restaurants of Victorian Port Townsend.

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Rush hour, as viewed from our beach

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CONTACT & LOCATION

stay@commandersbeachhouse.com | 1-360-385-1778

The Commander's Beach House
400 Hudson Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368


From Seattle - Take the Bainbridge Island ferry. >From the landing, travel north on Hwy. 305 for 13 miles, then right on Hwy. 3 for 7 miles to the Hood Canal Bridge. Cross the bridge, continue west on Hwy. 104 for 7 miles. Turn right on Hwy. 19. Go north 14 miles to Hwy. 20, continue 6 miles into downtown Port Townsend.
From Edmonds - Take the Kingston ferry. From the landing, travel west on Hwy. 104 about 9 miles (through Port Gamble) to the Hood Canal Bridge. Cross the bridge, continue west on Hwy. 104 for 7 miles. Turn right on Hwy. 19. Go north 14 miles to Hwy. 20, continue 6 miles into downtown Port Townsend.
From Whidbey Island - Take the Keystone ferry. >From the landing, turn right into downtown Port Townsend.
From Port Angeles - Take Hwy. 101 east for 35 miles through Sequim to Discovery Bay. Turn left onto Hwy. 20 and go 13 miles to downtown Port Townsend.
From Downtown Port Townsend
- Continue east through town to the end of Water Street. Turn left on Monroe at the Swan Hotel. Go 1 block and turn right on Jefferson street. Enter Point Hudson and go straight to the stop sign. You will be facing the water. Turn left and go past the R.V.'s to the first house on the right, Commander's Beach House at 400 Hudson St. Park diagonally in the driveway against the stone blocks. Come on in and the vacation begins!