Welcome to one of San Francisco's finest Victorian Mansion Bed and Breakfast Inns. Classical music, candlelight, and the fragrance of flowers set a mood that takes you back in time. Victorian photographs, ornate woodwork, oriental carpets, marble fireplaces, and an historic San Francisco library complete the setting. The Inn is in the City's sunniest residential neighborhood near The Mission Dolores, Noe Valley, the Castro, and the South of Market. Virtually all of San Francisco's attractions are within minutes by car or public transportation. In our grand double parlors we offer a generous breakfast buffet of fresh squeezed orange juice, fruit, home-baked breads, hard-cooked eggs, and gourmet roast coffee. Complimentary beverages and fruit are always available. Our guests enjoy the marvelous panoramic view of San Francisco from our rooftop sundeck. In our peaceful English garden we have a redwood hot tub sheltered by a jasmine-covered gazebo. The elegant guest rooms are unique and have been individually decorated with antique furnishings, fresh flowers and featherbeds. Our deluxe bedrooms offer whirlpool spa,and/or fireplace.
Our spacious rooms have queen size featherbeds, sitting areas, and private baths. For you, that special touch may be the clawfoot tub, bay window, or a Victorian wallcovering. Check-in time: 2:00 P.M. Check-out time: 12:00 P.M.
Nightly Rate: $245-$245
Fully-appointed deluxe bedrooms complete with queen size featherbeds and private jacuzzi. Check-in time: 2:00 P.M. Check-out time: 12:00 P.M.
Nightly Rate: $265-$265
This cozy double room is furnished with a double featherbed, phone, refrigerator and color TVs. Includes a private bathroom with shower. Check-in time: 2:00 P.M. Check-out time: 12:00 P.M.
Nightly Rate: $175-$175
Our Garden Cottage Apartment sleeps up to six (queen bed in bedroom, and queen plus two twins in living room), and it features a gas fireplace, country-style kitchen and large bathroom with deep jacuzzi whirlpool bathtub.
4.0 on February 27, 2013
My wife and I stayed here in February and were a little sad to only be staying one night, as this is a lovely building with a friendly staff. We reserved a parking spot immediately after booking our room and that worked out excellently, since we could keep our car in a garage across the street and not have to worry about parking throughout our stay. The view from the roof deck is wonderful. There is a lot to do withing walking distance, and downtown is easily reached via public transit.
4.8 on November 16, 2012
My husband & I stayed a couple of nights in October. Perfect location to get to everything you'd want to see. Room was quite comfortable. Staff was so helpful and friendly. And breakfast was unbelievable! Was especially enjoyable to spend a leisurely breakfast with visitors from other parts of the world and the US. Would definitely stay here again. Visitors from Illinois
5 on March 16, 2012
Warm & friendly place. Breakfast was wonderful. Great place to stay. Near lots of restaurants.
3.0 on February 03, 2012
Large room with windows that opened, good because the room was stuffy at night. Plenty of hot water, however was disappointed in the bathroom toiletries, second rate at best. Bed was comfortable. Location on busy street in Mission District, parking is a headache. Great breakfast buffet, lots of choices and fresh fruit in abundance. Pricey stay.
4.8 on December 04, 2011
authentic house and with lovely furnishing, our room was great and as descibed, the hosts were very caring and very helpfull beyond expectations.
4.4 on November 13, 2011
Have you ever wanted to know what it felt like to be wealthy in the 1800s? How can you NOT consider staying in a Grand Victorian if you are planning a trip to the City by the Bay?! The service was particularly exceptional. The daily morning buffet-style breakfast in the mansion's card room was very tasteful, elegant, and yummy. As an added bonus, parking is available if you reserve it. When you stay here, it's basically a time warp to a hundred years in the past. You truly will feel like you are a guest in someone's mansion in the 1800's. I can't believe this thing survived the Great Fire in San Francisco. If you are not a fan of classic architecture and you're looking for something hip and modern stay away---you might think all of the Victorian furnishings and antiques were from the Haunted House at Disneyland. If you want to know what it feels like to be a very important guest of a successful industrialist in the 1800s, QUICKLY make the reservation and make sure you give them a call. Their commitment to service and detail is outstanding for this price point!
4.0 on July 20, 2011
Hosts were very friendly, willing answer questions and made me feel right at home. The common areas are beautiful, the garden is a cool oasis and the roof top view of the city superb.
5 on February 03, 2011
The rooms and service were outstanding. The breakfast has to be seen to be believed. Easy to get to the Bart on 16th and 24th and they can arrange parking at a nominal rate. Very highly recommended.
4.0 on January 03, 2011
We really enjoyed our stay here. Clean and run efficiently with a friendly staff. Our room had a jacuzzi and was quite nice and large. The roof top had a 360 degree panoramic view that was stunning. A great place to stay a few days.
4.0 on June 28, 2010
Loved it! The innkeepers are really friendly and such a warm reception. The other guests are equally friendly and really nice. The room we stayed was so charming, on the top floor, with a great balcony view. Very clean, very accommodating and intimate. The only odd thing was the bathroom, no door, just a curtain. But then again, if you're in there with your other half, shouldn't be a problem. The breakfast spread was amazing! Fresh fruits, 4 kinds of breads, quiches, coffees, teas, cereals, yogurt, etc. All in the quaint common living room. Also the option to eat there or take it up to your room. The books and games that are available are so interesting! You could spend a stormy afternoon in this place. I recommend this place to everyone that is in love and would like to spend a nice romantic weekend.
Heart of San Francisco, 2 mi. Union Square, 1 mi. Castro, Folsom, 2 mi. Moscone, MOMA, 1 mi. Civic Ctr., Asian Art, 1 mi. Noe Valley, Mission, City, Oceanside
San Francisco, CA (SFO) 11 miles
From San Francisco International Airport: Go North on Hwy 101 for eight miles and exit at Army/Cesar Chavez Street. Bear left onto Army/Cesar West for 6 blocks. Turn right on South Van Ness and proceed to N.943.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Nature area, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, VCR, Washer/dryer , Parking (reserved in advance for a fee), Sun Roof with SF Views
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi