Fort Flagler

Located on the tip of Marrowstone Island, Fort Flagler State Park rests on a high bluff overlooking Puget Sound, which offers breathtaking views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains. Visitors can stroll through the park, discover the history of the fort, view deer, walk long stretches of beach covered with driftwood, or stop by the popular nearby city of Port Townsend.
Engineer's House
The Engineer’s House is the newest addition and accommodates up to four guests. This quaint single-story house overlooks Marrowstone Point beach and Admiralty Inlet. Built in 1896, this cozy family-style home features two bedrooms and totals 800 square feet. It has a comfortable kitchen with a small breakfast table, living room, an open main bedroom with a TV / DVD, a separate bedroom with bunk beds, and a large bathroom with a shower. Visitors can enjoy relaxing on the front porch with its spectacular view of the water while boats sail by.

Capacity
The Engineer's House can accommodate up to four guests.
Features
  • Kitchen with breakfast table
  • Living room
  • One bath
  • TV / DVD player
  • Two bedrooms
Not Provided
  • Linens
Rates
     
  • Peak Season (All Nights) - $121 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weeknights - $109 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $121 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weeknights - $91 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weekends and Holidays - $109 plus tax per night

Hospital Steward's House
The charming, century-old historic Hospital Steward's House overlooks the original grand parade ground at Fort Flagler. It features a spacious kitchen, pressed-tin ceilings, a hardwood floor that leads into a comfortable double-couch living room, and a separate dining room decorated with lace curtains and tablecloth. The upstairs includes pressed-tin ceilings, an antique claw-foot bathtub, and two bedrooms with one queen-size and two single beds. A private porch with Adirondack chairs offers a scenic view of a historic parade ground, Admiralty Inlet, and the Marrowstone Point Lighthouse on the northeast tip of the beach.

Capacity
The Hospital Steward's house can accommodate up to four guests.
Features
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, dining, and cooking utensils
  • Living room with TV and DVD player
  • Two upstairs bedrooms with one queen and two single beds
  • Upstairs bath with old-fashioned, claw-foot bathtub
Not Provided
  • Linens
Rates
     
  • Peak Season (All Nights) - $121 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weeknights - $109 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $121 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weeknights - $91 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weekends and Holidays - $109 plus tax per night

Non-Commissioned Officer's Quarters - North & South
Overlooking Admiralty Inlet, the Non-Commissioned Officer's (NCO) Quarters are made up of two duplexes that accommodate four people in each unit. The lovely building was built above the shoreline in 1903 and still retains its old-time flavor. Each unit includes two bedrooms upstairs, a comfortable kitchen with modern appliances, a cozy living room with a TV and DVD player, a claw-foot bathtub, and a private porch with adirondack chairs and a picnic table facing the water.

Capacity
The NCO Quarters can accommodate up to four guests per unit.
Features
  • Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, dining, and cooking utensils
  • Living room with TV and DVD player
  • Two bedrooms with one queen and two single beds
  • Upstairs bath with old-fashioned claw-foot bathtub
Not Provided
  • Linens
Rates
     
  • Peak Season (All Nights) - $121 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weeknights - $109 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $121 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weeknights - $91 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weekends and Holidays - $109 plus tax per night

Waterway House
Set in a lovely location above Admiralty Inlet, Waterway House showcases a commanding view of the water from the living room. Built during World War II, this comfortable house has a bright and cheerful interior, and accommodates up to eight people. It has two bathrooms and four bedrooms with two queen-size and four single beds. A spacious open kitchen, dining area, and living room create a nice gathering place.

Capacity

The Waterway House can accommodate up to eight guests.
Features
  • Dining room
  • Four bedrooms with two queen and four single beds
  • Kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, dining, and cooking utensils
  • Living room with TV and DVD player
  • Two baths with showers
Not Provided
  • Linens
Rates
  • Peak Season (All Nights) - $197 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weeknights - $177 plus tax per night
  • Shoulder Season Weekends and Holidays - $197 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weeknights - $148 plus tax per night
  • Winter Season Weekends and Holidays - $177 plus tax per night
Reservations
Make reservations online, call 888-226-7688, or Washington Telecommunications Relay Service at 800-833-6388. Residences are reservable up to nine months in advance. A two-night minimum stay is required, and three nights during holidays. An $8.50 non-refundable reservation fee applies. If a reservation is changed or canceled, fees may change as well.

Note: The Engineer’s Houses, Hospital Steward's, NCO Quarters North and South, and Waterway House may be rented together. Museum and tours are available. Smoking and pets are not allowed in vacation houses.