My wife and I stayed a night and had a fantastic stay. We arrived late and had a little trouble finding the resort in the dark as the signs switch between Port Ludlow Resort and Port Ludlow Inn which caused a small confusion. Add to it that our GPS lead us to a trailer park just up the road. However we check in smoothly, if late. The room we stayed in was nicely remodeled and had a large jacuzzi bath that operated well but was a bit noisy while running. The room was clean, well stocked, and very comfortable with a nice view of the harbor. The staff was excellent and friendly! The next morning we breakfast at the restaurant and I can honestly say I had the best biscuits and gravy I have ever eaten in my life! I highly recommend them to fuel a day of sight seeing!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Port Ludlow Resort is located on the Olympic Peninsula, the gateway to the Olympic National Park and only 90 minutes from Seattle. It consists of a 37 room boutique Inn (each room has a jetted tub, fireplace and comfortable bedding to ensure excellent slumber), an Audubon golf course noted for its views and challenge, in room spa treatments, Farm-to-Table Dining, kayak rentals, a full service 300 slip marina, 26 miles of maintained trails and distinctive farm tours, Victorian communities and shopping nearby. A perfect setting for a retreat - whether personal or for business equally charming in season or off. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Resort At Port Ludlow Hotel Port Ludlow
- Hotel Port Ludlow