Mrs. Howe’s Bed and Breakfast


Mrs. Howe’s Bed & Breakfast is located in a beautifully maintained home built in 1923 by Harry and Edith Howe.  The home features photos and stories of the history of Port Orchard and surrounding area, and reflects a great time in Kitsap County’s history. 

Mrs. Howe’s, with beautiful water and mountain views, is in downtown Port Orchard within walking distance to:

  1. Sidney Art Gallery & Museum

  2. The Log Cabin Museum

  3. Antique Stores and Gift Shops

  4. Movie Theater

  5. Restaurants

  6. Western Washington Center for the Arts

  7. Public Library and City Hall

  8. Waterfront Park

  9. Port Orchard Marina

  10. The longest continuously running passenger ferry in the country,
    connecting to downtown Bremerton and the WSF ferry to Seattle

Summer Rates: $110/125 per night.

For reservations please contact:

Lorraine Olsen, Innkeeper

Mrs. Howe’s Bed & Breakfast

724 Kitsap Street

Port Orchard, WA  98366

360 871-3445


Mrs. Howe's Bed & Breakfast is located in the historic district of

downtown Port Orchard, Washington.

The Harry Howe Home was built in 1923 by Harry and Edith Howe. In the 1923 photo on the left, Harry is standing at the top of the stairs.

The Howe family established early businesses and they held various positions in city government. The family donated the Howe Farm to our community that is now cared for and maintained by Kitsap County.

A cozy inn located in historic downtown Port Orchard.