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Hotel Halsingland

At a Glance


  • elegant, historic property
  • rental cars on-site


  • small showers
  • small rooms

Hotel Halsingland Review

Seward's commanding officers once lived in the big white Victorian building that today houses this gracious hotel. On the National Register of Historic Places, the hotel has original claw-foot bathtubs and nonworking fireplaces decorated with Belgian tiles. Rooms are charming and nicely maintained, but not large, and some visitors find them a bit musty. A few inexpensive ones share a hall bath. The Commander's Room Restaurant is one of the finest in the area, with a menu that includes locally caught halibut and salmon, steaks, and delicious desserts. Rental cars are available on-site, and a courtesy van to the ferry is available.

    Hotel Details

  • 58 rooms, 52 with bath
  • Closed mid-Nov.–Mar.
Updated: 06-12-2013

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