Directions to A Suite at the Fountain in Port Townsend
Directions from Seattle via Bainbridge ferry (ferry schedule)
From Colman Dock (Pier 52), take the Seattle-Bainbridge ferry to Bainbridge Island. Take State Route (SR) 305 north/west about 13 miles (past Poulsbo) to State Route (SR) 3 north and follow the signs 7 miles to the Hood Canal Bridge. Take a left and cross the Hood Canal Bridge. The sign for Port Townsend is about .5 mile ahead. In 5 miles turn right on State Route (SR) 19 (Beaver Valley Rd.) toward Port Townsend. Continue about 22 miles to the town of Chimacum. Go straight after the 4-way stop on SR 19. 7 miles south of Port Townsend 19 joins with State Route (SR) 20. Follow SR 20 into town. The highway becomes Sims Way, then Water St. and goes past the Keystone-Port Townsend ferry dock.
Directions from Seattle via Edmonds/Kingston ferry (ferry schedule)
Interstate 5 to State Route (SR) 524, and take Exit 181. Continue west on SR 524 for 6 miles and follow the signs to the Edmonds Ferry Terminal. Take the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry to Kingston. From Kingston, take Highway 104 west to the Hood Canal Bridge. Take a right and cross the Hood Canal Bridge. The sign for Port Townsend is about .5 mile ahead. In 5 miles turn right on State Route (SR) 19 (Beaver Valley Rd.) toward Port Townsend. Continue about 22 miles to the town of Chimacum. Go straight after the 4-way stop on State Route (SR) 19. 7 miles south of Port Townsend, 19 joins with State Route (SR) 20. Follow State Route (SR) 20 into town. The highway becomes Sims Way, then Water St. and goes past the Keystone-Port Townsend ferry dock.
If there are no available parking spaces in front of the Park Place Building (in and around 914 Washington Street—corner of Taylor and Washington Streets), many people double park (using hazard lights) to unload luggage, etc. Or, some people park for a few minutes directly along the yellow curb in front of the Haller Fountain.
Once you have completed unloading, try for a 24 hour parking space across the street on the south (bay) side of Washington Street, starting from the uphill corner of the Terry Building (Candle Store) all the way up the hill to the Post Office.
There is also 24 hour parking 2 blocks in the other direction—on Washington Street next to Memorial Field. And of course, you can use any 2 hour space available, but please be advised that these limits are periodically enforced. Parking is not enforced on Sundays and holidays. Once the restaurants and theatres have emptied (around 9:30 pm) you will have your pick of 24 hour spaces and you may leave your car there during the duration of your visit.
We share with our guests our favorite places to explore, shop, dine, party and seek adventure. We include a notebook in the unit that describes hidden treasures and provides recommendations to enhance your stay.
One-thousand square foot suite on the third story of a mixed use building, originally build in 1889, only 100 feet from the Haller Fountain.
Two queen beds accommodate up to 4 guests. A queen sofa sleeper in the living room will accommodate others upon prior approval. Additional fees may apply.
Fully equipped kitchen: dining and cookware for six, range, microwave, coffeemaker, toaster, full-sized fridge, freezer and propane Weber barbeque.
27 inch satellite TV, CD, DVD and VCR players, library, games, telephone, and iron. Washer and dryer available during business hours.
Private, spacious deck, with patio table and four chairs, sunlight and wooded setting. Viewing bench on staircase landing.
Children welcome. Sorry, no pets & no Smoking.
On-street parking within 100 feet—see map page.
Accessibility: please note that there are 19 steps to the suite; it is not ADA accessible.