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 1926 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.
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