Experience the Resort at Port Ludlow on the Olympic Peninsula


Looking for an exceptional experience when planning a stay on the waters of the Olympic Peninsula? The Resort at Port Ludlow has thought of everything and welcomes guests year-round for a vacation that will inspire joy and renewal. Whether planning a romantic getaway for two or booking a solo trip for some much-needed nourishment and self-care, this boutique inn will win your heart.

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Resort at Port Ludlow is an all-season vacation destination for couples or individuals looking for an inspired weekend of rest and renewal. Photo credit: Jess Caldwell

Beauty, hospitality, farm-to-table dining, golf, nature connection, spa services and access to Pacific Northwest maritime culture attracts visitors both locally and from afar. Customize your stay with a resort package, pack your overnight bag and venture towards the calming waters of Puget Sound. The Olympic Mountains will greet you from your private balcony overlooking the marina.

Hospitality and Amenities Offered at Port Ludlow Resort

Upon arrival, the friendly hospitality staff will welcome you and assist with any local attractions and vacation planning you might consider. Make sure to ask about e-bike rentals and pick up a printed map of the surrounding hiking and biking trails for outdoor adventure and forest bathing around the Olympic Peninsula. The resort is pet friendly, however, call in advance to check the availability of pet-friendly rooms.

A Washington wine, champagne or charcuterie plate are available to order and be delivered to your guest room. Each suite offers a gas fireplace and an oversized jetted jacuzzi. The lotions, hand soaps and bath salts are handmade locally by Townsend Bay Soap Company. Upon waking, brew a cup of coffee from local roasters, Whidbey Coffee and watch a sunrise overlooking the bay from your private balcony.

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Writer Jess Caldwell enjoys organic buckwheat pancakes and locally roasted coffee at The Fireside Restaurant located at Resort at Port Ludlow. Photo credit: Jess Caldwell

The Fireside Restaurant located onsite values partnerships with local farmers and fishermen to provide a true farm-to-fork dining experience. With over a decade of service as Executive Chef, Chef Dan’s culinary team offers a new dinner and happy hour menu every evening. Breakfast and lunch menus change seasonally. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, with a centrally located fireplace to enjoy the award-winning cuisine.

What To Do at Port Ludlow Resort

The Olympic Peninsula is an all-season vacation destination with a variety of nature-inspired offerings that will energize visitors. The 18-hole Championship Golf Course located at Port Ludlow offers views of Hood Canal, the Olympic and Cascade mountains, as well as Ludlow Bay. The Port Ludlow Marina & Store offers rentals for kayaking and stand-up paddle boards, as well as other watercraft vessels.

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Take an invigorating morning walk along the water by following the half-mile Beach Loop Trail. Photo credit: Jess Caldwell

After a robust brunch – available on the weekends at the Fireside Restaurant – take a half-mile walk around the Beach Loop Trail located just outside the back door. Observe the 40-foot totem pole that tells the story of Port Ludlow and take in the views of the marina. After a day of activity, wind down with a spa service from Ludlow Bay Massage & Wellness Center, located one mile north of the resort.

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Visit the 40-foot totem pole that tells the story of Port Ludlow, located at Burner Point on the property of the resort. Photo credit: Jess Caldwell

Vacationers can spend a full weekend without leaving the property or take a self-guided tour of the many Chimacum Valley farms. One of the local favorites is Finnriver Farm & Cidery, which offers organic and wild-crafted cider on tap. Check out their event calendar for pop-up food vendors such as Little Spruce Creperie, serving up French-inspired crepes, Nautilus Foods Ramen, Moonlight Oysters and Fiddlehead Creamery, as well as live music nights held in their charming pavilion.

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Ask the Port Ludlow concierge about self-guided local farm and cider tours. Finnriver Farm & Cidery is a local favorite for experiencing wild-crafted and organic hard cider on tap. Photo credit: Jess Caldwell

For more information about traveling throughout the Olympic Peninsula, visit the Enjoy the Olympic Peninsula website.

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