About Inn At Harbour Village

“This is the best kept secret on the Lewis and Clark Trail!”
Gretchen from Florida

There is a warmth of history and function that greet you when you cross the threshold of the Inn at Harbour Village. Built in 1928 as a Presbyterian Church, our facility has been home to wayward fishermen, a temporary school after the burning of the Ilwaco High School in 1934, as well as a gathering place for events of all kinds.

Recently, the building was given a creative and respectful renovation that embraced the classic design and original features. At the same time, some additional features were added to accommodate the contemporary traveler.

The Parlour, with its old world style furnishings, including a Grandfather Clock, game table and oversize sofas, is the heart of the Inn. In the morning a filling continental breakfast is served. It is a place to relax, have quiet conversations, trade stories with our innkeeper or just curl up with a good book.

“The room was so peaceful!”
Susan from Oregon City


“The beds were so comfortable. I never slept so well!”
Carol from Seattle