Welcome To Cedar Cove Inn
The historic 1909 Cedar Cove Inn invites you to a place of comfort, relaxation and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Settle in and enjoy the stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and Sinclair Inlet as boats sail across the sound. Relax by the fire in the summer cabin or take a stroll to visit the local shops.
The Inn has been lovingly restored to its historic grace, offering guests a visit back in time where the pace is gentle and relaxing.
The home overlooks Port Orchard Bay, Sinclair Inlet and the Olympic Mountains.
Located at the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula, guests can choose to stroll along shorelines, explore the Olympic Rain Forest, visit Pike Place Market in Seattle, or take in the local art galleries, museums, wineries, antique shops, theater venues and dining experiences.
It was a pleasure staying in your beautiful home. Such attention
to detail and luxury took us back in time a hundred years.
You made memories that will last a lifetime. ~ Tim and Karen
Peter F. Nordby Residence
The house was built in 1909 by Peter Nordby and his wife Anna. Peter founded the Nordby Supply Company in Seattle and in 1908 moved to Port Orchard. He was actively involved in establishing the town, building the new wharf, one of the best on the Sound, the Central Hotel, now the Olde Central Antique Mall, and many business ventures in Port Orchard. Peter Nordby was one of the founders of Kitsap Bank and its first President.
Peter and Anna, a pioneer family, raised their children Gladys, Adrian, Lincoln and Leila in the home. Peter passed away in 1919. The family remained in the home until the early 1960s.