Ferry House

Ferry House One of the oldest residential buildings in Washington, the Ferry House was built in 1860 by Winfield Scott Ebey as an Inn to provide financial stability for his brother’s children, who were orphaned when Isacc Neff Ebey was brutally murdered and beheaded by Canadian natives.

Once completed and opened for business, the building was named The Ebey Inn. The prime location across Admiralty Inlet from Port Townsend, Washington meant a steady flow of travelers and income for the three Ebey children. With no other nearby accommodations, the Inn — which housed a post office, a tavern, and rooms for overnight guests — quickly became an important place for sailors and other tra

Once completed and opened for business, the building was named The Ebey Inn. The prime location across Admiralty Inlet from Port Townsend, Washington meant a steady flow of travelers and income for the three Ebey children. With no other nearby accommodations, the Inn — which housed a post office, a tavern, and rooms for overnight guests — quickly became an important place for sailors and other tra

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