Shelburne Inn      
4415 Pacific Way, Seaview, WA 98644, USA    
  • Free Night Participating Inn
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

David Campiche, Laurie Anderson

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Circa 1896. Established in 1896, the Shelburne Inn is the oldest continuously operating hotel in Washington and is listed in the National Register. A beautiful wooden former church altar is the front desk of this...

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We have a hard time leaving!

We came to the Shelburne Inn for my birthday in June. We had such a good time! We never want to leave! It took us too long to say good bye. We went again just this week and had another wonderful time. We sat in the pub for hours and had tasty drinks. We had a fantastic breakfast and dinner in the restaurant, they have a very large wine selection. I feel as though it exceeded our expectations. We almost want to come back every month!
Nathan and Sarah Milhorn and Freshner

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Elegant Inn

Fabulous food. Homey but elegant atmosphere. Hospitable service, like being a guest in an elegant home.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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