Personal attention offering comfort and service . . . your home away from home . . .
Classic Craftsman architecture, with original interior woodwork, box-beamed ceilings and old world fir floors. Our Seattle bed and breakfast has a cozy atmosphere with period antique furnishings and accessories. Our three comfortable guestrooms all have private baths, and we prepare a substantial gourmet breakfast incorporating fresh herbs from our garden. Free local phone, parking, and Wi-Fi.
The Space Needle set against downtown skyscrapers with majestic Mount Rainier in the background, is visible from the Queen Anne Hill district, a neighborhood of sweeping vistas and cultural activities. Located on a hill just north of downtown, Queen Anne, with many exotic restaurants and specialty shops, is just minutes from Seattle Center, downtown and universities.
Elliot bay is nearby offering all of the water related activities Puget Sound has to offer. Marinas just a few miles away give you access to fishing and boating activities. You can rent a boat with many amenities such as marine stereo speakers.
Located just minutes from Seattle Center, downtown, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and the universities, the Inn of Twin Gables, this charming Seattle Lodging, is on the west slope of Queen Anne Hill across from Magnolia and just south of the Ballard Bridge and Fremont.
Queen Anne Hill, located to the north of downtown, is one of Seattle’s most scenic neighborhoods. Queen Anne combines sensational views with quiet residential elegance and many shops, restaurants, and coffee houses. At the base of the hill is the 74-acre Seattle Center which was the site of the 1962 World’s Fair and home of the Space Needle, the Monorail to downtown, the Pacific Science Center, Experience Music Project, the Children’s Museum, the Opera House, the Intiman and Repertory Theatres, and the Key Arena.