Now A Boutique Inn, Washington’s Old Alcohol Plant Is Loaded With Local History

Washington is home to some beautiful historic properties, some of which are available for visits or overnight stays (lucky us). One of the most underrated among them is definitely the Old Alcohol Plant, a structure that dates back to 1910 and is now a charming hotel and restaurant. Not only does the building have a fascinating history, but its current purpose is also pretty fantastic as well.

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Would you sleep inside an old converted alcohol plant? Book your stay on the hotel’s website.

Address: 310 Hadlock Bay Rd, Port Hadlock, WA 98339, USA