The Inn at Saltar's Point is located in the historic Town of Steilacoom, Washington, overlooking Puget Sound's Cormorant Passage, Ketron Island, and the snow-capped Olympic Mountains. The Inn is perfect for a cozy overnight, a romantic getaway, or a time of reflection and focus by the business traveler.
We are happy to provide a smoke-free environment for our guests. Smoking is not allowed anywhere in the Inn or on the premises. Thank you.
Steilacoom is surrounded by
stunning beauty and robust local businesses. Historic Downtown Steilacoom (the first incorporated
town in Washington) is only
a few blocks away. Wonderful
seasonal events are offered in town, including the Chamber of Commerce's July 4th Community Parade and spectacular fireworks display, the Town of Steilacoom's Farmer's Market each Wednesday during the summer, and several events sponsored by the Steilacoom Historical Museum Association, including an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social on the 4th of July, a Salmon Bake at Sunnyside Beach on the last Sunday in July, Apple Squeeze on the first Sunday in October, and Christmas at the Historic Nathaniel Orr Home, a beautifully-restored, mid-1800s
home which is also a museum.
You can dine "in the midst of history" at the Bair Bistro, a quaint restaurant located in the Steilacoom Historical Museum Association's historic Bair Drug and Hardware living museum on Lafayette Street, or enjoy casual dining at the Steilacoom Pub and Grill at the corner of Union and Rainier Streets. The Topside Bar and Grill, with its wonderful, expansive view of Puget Sound and the Narrows Bridge is located in the center of town on Wilkes Street. They offer a wide selection of beer, wine, and mixed drinks. and provide an extensive menu of Northwest cuisine served in a beautiful dining atmosphere. The view of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains from The Topside is among the best anywhere in the area, and the pub deck is always open to guests. You won't want to pass up a visit to John O'Reilly's Topside Bar and Grill!
Just minutes away, the Chambers Bay Pure Links Golf Course, a traditional Scottish links-style golf course designed by world-renowned golf course architect Robert Trent Jones II that includes an 18-hole tournament level course, offers a unique venue for avid golfers on challenging greens overlooking Puget Sound. It was the host of the 2010 US Amateur and 2015 US Open Golf Tournaments.