Where is Port Ludlow?
Port Ludlow is nestled on the shoreline of Puget Sound, a 10 minute drive north of the Hood Canal Bridge 

Do you have to take a ferry to get to Port Ludlow?
No, you can drive around the south end of the Puget Sound via the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (approximately an hour and 15 minutes). 

Port Ludlow is also accessible via the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry and the Seattle/Bainbridge Ferry.

How do we get to Port Ludlow from the ferry terminals?
Click the links below for directions to the Resort at Port Ludlow from the Kingston/Edmonds ferry, the Bainbridge Island/Seattle ferry, and the Whidbey Island/Port Townsend Ferry.

From the Kingston/Edmonds Ferry: http://goo.gl/D7kEsy

From the Bainbridge Island/Seattle Ferry:http://goo.gl/ee9N7Y

From the Whidbey/Port Townsend Ferry: http://goo.gl/w1DhwL

Hood Canal Bridge does occasionally close for boats traffic and routine maintenance. Wait times and traffic information for the Hood Canal Bridge can be found at: http://www.wsdot.com/traffic/hoodcanal/

Where is nearest visitor information center and historical museum?
The Olympic Peninsula Getaway Visitor Center is located at the Junction of Highway 104 and Highway 19 located at 93 Beaver Valley Road, Port Ludlow.

The Jefferson County Historical Society in Port Townsend maintains five historical sites including Jefferson Museum of Art & History located at 540 Water Street, Port Townsend.

Learn more online at: http://www.enjoyolympicpeninsula.com

Where is the nearest grocery store and shopping district? What other restaurants are in the area?
Port Ludlow Village has a convenience market with food, movies, and basic necessities. Other grocery stores, retail stores, movie theaters, and restaurants can be found approximately 20-30 minutes away in neighboring Port Townsend, Port Gamble, Poulsbo, Kingston, and Bainbridge Island.

What can I do upon arriving?
Port Ludlow is surrounded by the sea and the mountains, opportunities are abundant. Kayak or paddle board rentals are available at the Marina, 18 hole golf at our Golf Course, walk or run our 26 miles of trails.

If you are interested in scuba diving, sailing, sport fishing, whale watching, shopping, gambling, and hiking opportunities ask the hotel staff for details as those opportunities are within a 30 minute drive from the Inn.  

The Inn at Port Ludlow

How many rooms does the Inn have?
37 boutique guest rooms. Most rooms have beautiful water and mountain views, and are equipped with gas fireplaces, cozy sitting areas, step-in showers and oversized jetted tubs, and locally-made bath products.

What time is check-in/check-out?
Check-in is 4:00pm, check-out is noon.

Does the Inn rent the condos or townhomes?
No – the condos and townhomes are rented through local real estate companies.

How many beds are in each room?
35 of the rooms have one bed. Only two rooms in the hotel have two queen beds.

Do the rooms have couches/pull-out beds?
Only the two suites have loveseats (do not pull-out). If needed, a twin-sized rollaway can be brought into the room for a $20 fee

Is there high speed internet?
Port Ludlow Resort provides a free WiFi at both the Inn and the Marina.

What is the Inn’s pet policy?
The Inn is pet friendly, but does request that you make reservations in advance to ensure a pet friendly room is available.

Does the Inn have a pool, Jacuzzi or workout room?
No – but there is a jetted tub in each room.  

Port Ludlow’s beautifully maintained trails offer an outdoor alternative for exercise. Take the opportunity to hike, kayak, or golf throughout Port Ludlow with beautiful shoreline, woodlands, and mountain views.

Is there a gift shop on the property?
There are two gift shops on-site, one in the lobby of the Inn and the other at the Marina. There is also a Pro-Shop at the Golf Course.

Is the spa located on-site?
The Ludlow Bay Massage and Wellness Spa is located off-site, but licensed spa professionals can bring the spa to you at your room at the Inn.

Does the Inn have a shuttle to/from SeaTac or the ferry? What is the local taxi service?
The Inn does not provide a shuttle to the ferry or Seatac, but transportation to/from SeaTac or the ferries can be scheduled with: 

Rocket Transportation (877) 697-6258
Taxi & Tours (360) 698-7660
Viking Cab (360) 244-4420

What size weddings/groups can the Inn accommodate? Who do I contact to book an event?
The Inn accommodates intimate weddings and small groups.

For inquires on weddings and group events please call 888-510-7210 or send an email to weddings@portludlowresort.com

Learn more about weddings at the Resort at Port Ludlow at:http://www.portludlowassociates.com/pdfs/2015%20Port%20Ludlow%20Wedding%20Brochure.pdf 



What are the hours of the Fireside Restaurant?
The Fireside is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7am to 9pm in the winter, and 10pm in the summer. The Fireside Restaurant is open 364 days a year, closed only on Christmas Day.

What is on the dinner menu?
The dinner menu changes daily in order to offer the finest and freshest ingredients the region has to offer. Sample breakfast and lunch menus can be found here:



Does the Fireside Restaurant accommodate food allergies?
Yes, advanced notice of specific allergies is appreciated but the Fireside is happy to make substitutions when possible.

Where do you source the food and ingredients for the Fireside Restaurant?
We source many of our ingredients from local farmers, ranchers, artisans, and fish mongers. We receive deliveries daily with fresh and local foods and ingredients. 

Are children welcome at the Fireside Restaurant?
Yes, the Fireside Restaurant is kid friendly and offers a children’s menu.

Is there casual fare?
Yes, Niblicks Café - open seasonally, is located at the Port Ludlow Golf Club and provides a casual alternative.



Contact Us

• The Inn At Port Ludlow
One Heron Road
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Toll Free: 877-805-0868
Phone: 360-437-7000
Fax: 360-437-7410
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• Port Ludlow Golf Club
751 Highland Drive
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Toll Free: 800-455-0272
Phone: 360-437-0272
Fax: 360-437-0637
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• Utilities
Olympic Water and Sewer
781 Walker Way
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Office: 360-437-2101
EMERGENCIES: (877) 826-5787
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• Corporate & Careers
Port Ludlow Associates, LLC
70 Breaker Lane
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Office: 360-437-2101
Fax: 360-437-2522
• Port Ludlow Marina
One Gull Drive
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Toll Free: 800-308-7991
Phone: 360-437-0513
Fax: 360-437-2428
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• John L. Scott Port Ludlow
40 Teal Lake Road
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Toll Free: 800-872-1323
Phone: 360-437-9434
Fax: 360-437-2633
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• Westharbor Homes
Port Ludlow Associates, LLC
70 Breaker Lane
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Office: 360-437-2101
Fax: 360-437-2522
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• Meetings & Weddings
One Heron Road
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Toll Free: 888-510-7201
• Port Ludlow RV Park
44 Breaker Lane
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Office: 360-437-9377
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Please note, that we've reached our donation maximum for 2015. Please contact us for your 2016 event.


Each year, the Resort at Port Ludlow contributes to various causes and organizations in an effort to make a positive difference in our community. We believe that it truly does "take a village", therefore we make it a priority to contribute to our communities as individuals, as well as an organization.

However, because we receive an overwhelming number of requests for donations benefiting many worthy causes, we need to be selective in our choices. Therefore, we ask that when submitting a donation request you answer the following questions and follow the below procedures:

  1. Please provide an explanation as to how the donation/certificates will be presented to supporters. (Live auction, silent auction, raffle, etc).
  2. For Live Auction items, we will be sending a flash drive with a 60 second video that shows Port Ludlow. This is a fun and catchy 60 seconds that will get your supporters excited to bid on the item. Please verify that the appropriate equipment will be on-hand to display the video. 
  3. For Silent Auction items, please indicate how the item will be presented.  Our preference is to send a flash drive that can plug into a table-top electronic picture frame, which would be supplied by the auction committee. However, if that is not an option, we'd like to make sure we send other visual materials to display.
  4. Requests should include the name and title of the contact person, complete mailing address and phone number, and the date and details of the fundraising event.
  5. Requests should include a brief summary of the organization, including a clear description of its purpose or mission, those who benefit from it, and the geographic area in which it operates.
  6. All requests must be received a minimum of 60 days in advance.
  7. Preference will typically be given to local organizations and causes.
  8. The Resort at Port Ludlow does not provide monetary donations of any kind, for any event.
  9. We ask that you correspond in writing either by email or mail only. No phone calls, please.

To mail requests, send to:

The Resort at Port Ludlow
Attention: Donation Requests
70 Breaker Lane
Port Ludlow, WA 98365

OR send an Email request to donations@portludlowresort.com

Click here to view a list of some of the organizations we contributed to in 2014


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