Getting to Port Townsend

Port Townsend is both a must-see and easy-to-see destination, especially if you're staying at The Swan Hotel, as you won't need a car to walk the town. You can fly, drive, or ferry your way in, and there's even round-trip shuttle services available.

Public Transportation

Getting around Port Townsend by public transit from The Swan Hotel is available from Jefferson Transit Authority offering buses and downtown shuttles. Ask our staff the best way to find the nearest pick up spot.

From Seattle

You can drive, ferry, or shuttle your way from Seattle. To drive, take Interstate 5 to WA State Highway 16, to WA  104 until you reach WA-19/20. Alternatively, you can take the Ferry to Bainbridge Island and continue your drive.

FROM SEATTLE, WA CITY
Take the Seattle - Bainbridge Ferry to Bainbridge Island. Then, take WA-305 N to WA-3 N, turning left onto WA-104 W and then right onto WA-19 N. Continue for about 20 miles and turn left onto Washington Street. The Bishop Victorian will be on your left in less than a mile.



FROM SEATTLE AIRPORT

Take I-5 South towards exit 133 for WA-16 W. Take WA-16 to WA-3 until eventually turning left onto WA-104 W and then right onto WA-19 N. Continue for about 20 miles and turn left onto Washington Street. The Bishop Victorian will be on your left in less than a mile.

FROM VANCOUVER CITY
Follow BC-99 S and I-5 S to Burlington, United States. Take exit 230 from I-5 S and continue on WA-20 W to Island County. Board the Port Townsend-Coupeville Ferry to Port Townsend. Then, take Water St to Washington St. The Bishop Victorian will be on your immediate left.

FROM VANCOUVER AIRPORT

Take Grant McConachie Way and Sea Island Way to BC-99 S and I-5 S to Burlington, United States. Take exit 230 from I-5 S and continue on WA-20 W to Island County. Board the Port Townsend-Coupeville Ferry to Port Townsend. Then, take Water St to Washington St. The Bishop Victorian will be on your immediate left.

 

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