The Bath Street Inn, located close to the heart of old Santa Barbara, offers the traditional warmth and hospitality of a European Bed and Breakfast Inn. The eight guest rooms in the main three-story house are a charming mixture of nooks and crannies revealed during the renovation, and the luxury and comfort of added modern amenities.
Jacuzzi bath in bedroom area.
The Garden Room, located on the first floor, is a sunny room with the feeling of a quiet French country garden, double jacuzzi/shower, queen bed, VCR and private entrance.
The Abigail Room, located on the second floor, is the original master bedroom, a bright airy sun-filled room, forest green print wall paper with rose king comforter. Shower only.
The Balcony Room, located on the second floor, is our hideaway-under-the-eaves room. Cozy sitting area, queen bed and sunset view from the historic "eyelid" balcony. Shades of green with rose accents. Shower only.
The Rose Room, located on the second floor, is an intimate Victorian room, romantic iron queen bed, old-fashioned rose wallpaper, VCR and hardwood floors. Double Jacuzzi bathtub/shower.
The Partridge Room, located on the second floor, has an elegant king size bed with a handmade quilt, Victorian claw-footed tub and shower, small balcony overlooking the Santa Ynez mountains, hardwood floors.
The Summer Room, located on the third floor, is a spacious luxurious king bedroom with sloped ceilings, alcove and ceiling fan. Peach wallpaper and vibrant floral comforter. Shower only.
The Tiffany Room, located on the third floor, is an old fashioned queen room with shades of soft blue and green, with roses everywhere, bathtub/shower with a view of the mountains. Will accommodate a third person at an additional $25.00.
The Wedgwood Room, located on the third floor, is a cozy room with a queen bed, Wedgwood pattern wallpaper, corner window seat. Shower only.
The Wisteria Room, located on the first floor, has a hand-quilted comforter that accents the romantic queen bed. Relax in a Jacuzzi bathtub for two. Gas fireplace, air conditioning, VCR and private entrance.
The Country Suite, located on the second floor, is a bright and airy spacious room with mountain views. Cozy romantic decor invites you to turn on the gas Franklin stove after a relaxing soak in the Jacuzzi bathtub. Sleep in the four poster queen canopy pencil bed and wake up to coffee in your own kitchen.
Treasure your own private retreat from the world. Susan's Loft, located on the third floor, is a romantic aerie overlooking the Santa Ynez Mountains. Enjoy the view and breeze from your queen bed, the Jacuzzi bathtub or from your own balcony. Gas Franklin stove.
4.8 on August 07, 2014
I stayed for one night at the Balcony Room and found Bath Street Inn the perfect place to relax after a long drive from the Bay Area. The balcony room was quaint, and the perfect private hideaway. The Innkeepers were polite, hospitable, knowledgeable about the area, and willing to give good recommendations about nearby restaurants. Homemade cakes, several kinds of cookies, tea, followed the next hour by cheese, wine, and crackers, striking up a chat with a couple at another table in the back patio, surrounded by beautiful landscaping...who could ask for more? Only a few blocks from shops on State Street, I easily found a nearby Mediterranean restaurant that Vicki recommended and had a huge dinner. The breakfast was scrumptious with their special fancy granola, eggs florentine, homemade muffin, yogurt, watermelon cup, coffee, and it is obvious that they take great pride serving their breakfasts. After my stay, Marie even remembered to email me the recipes for their eggs florentine and shortbread cookies that I had asked about. All in all, I had a memorable mini-vacation at a home where I hope to return to some day. This is a place to come to be pampered!
5 on July 15, 2014
We had a very busy weekend in Santa Barbara. Bath Street Inn made our stay and anniversary that more special. We never expected to have this opportunity to celebrate our anniversary like this. It was one of most wonderful events in our lives thanks to Marie, Deborah, Vickie and the Staff. Everything was just so wonderful - the accommodations, the food (was just out of this world). We hope we'll be able to come back and enjoy this experience all over again and that others will come and enjoy themselves the way we did. Again Thank You so very much!!!!!
5 on June 04, 2014
Vicki was especially friendly and helpful. Great service and food. Highly recommended! Easy walking distance to everything downtown and State Street.
4.2 on September 18, 2013
Service was most hospitable. Lovely outside patio for breakfast. Enjoyable hosts. Convenient to down town Santa Barbara.
5 on April 09, 2013
We stayed at the Bath St. Inn numerous times during our two son's 7 years of college at UCSB. We were NEVER disappointed. They are very accomodating and the food was EXCELLECT. We liked eating by ourselves at our own table. Not every B&B has that!
4.4 on February 25, 2013
We spent a night at the Bath street inn while touring through South California last summer. The particular thing about this inn is that you feel that you’re staying in a family house yet it’s very professional. Our room, the Jaracanda, located on the back of the house, had a private access which is very convenient . Nice room, spacious bathroom, very clean. The inn is perfectly located in a quiet neighborhood just a few blocks away from Santa Barbara’s main street and all the shops. Delicious breakfast, perfect service. We recommend it!
3.6 on August 15, 2012
This b&b is really nice! People were very welcoming and they have awesome homemade cakes available all day. The room my husband and I stayed in was really cool, we had a small balcony and an awesome tub.
4.8 on April 09, 2012
The Bath St Inn is a lovely place to step back in time to when life moved a little slower. The rooms are lovely - we were in the Rose Room. There is an extensive video library for guest's viewing enjoyment. Afternoon tea, evening wine n cheese and breakfasts are delicious and thoughtfully prepared on site. There are even some delicious gluten-free baked treats available! I bake and I know making gluten free taste that good is not easy! The location is handy for accessing State St Shops on foot. Our hosts were warm, friendly and quite knowledgeable about the area. We'll be back!
4.8 on March 23, 2012
Stayed in the Tiffany room on the third floor; weather was cool so temps were fine. It was quiet, clean and beds were comfortable. The breakfasts were delicious; tea and wine served afternoons provided opportunity to relax and talk with other guests and the inn keepers, which was fun. Very convenient location, was able to walk to everything.
4.6 on November 29, 2011
We stayed in the Wedgewood Room at the very top. It was everything you could want in a B & B room. I wish I would have thought to not bring a blow dryer, shampoo, and a few other things because they had everything there. Breakfast was great, unlimited organic coffee, and the innkeepers are excellent sources of Santa Barbara information. My only complaint was it was hard to eat very healthy here. Of course, you are on vacation, but maybe lighter options in food choices at least at breakfast. Also, the wine hour is a bit of a let down. One carafe of wine for everyone and sandwich quality cheese. My husband and I wouldn't have rushed to the wine social hour had we known it would be so minor. We stay in a lot of B and B's around the area, but over all this was a memorable one.
Thank you for those kind words; I'm so glad you enjoyed your stay. Couple of quick comments for clarification - we actually have 2 or 3 carafes of wine chilled in our refrigerator at all times so we can bring another to the table at a moment's notice; I'm sorry if we didn't notice that the carafe needed to be replaced or if no-one asked for more wine. Our cheeses are all very good quality: Danish Harvarti, Jarlsberg Swiss and Tillamook Cheddar and Pepper Jack. For those with dietary concerns, we really do go out of our way to help folks get what they need for breakfast; but we do need to know what that is, and in some cases, we need to know in advance (diabetic diet, limited salt, gluten and/or lactose free, vegan) For lighter eaters we are happy to scramble egg whites, serve half portions, omit the fruit or granola, serve sugar free yogurt etc. We'll be happy to accommodate your particular tastes next time. Hope this helps. All the best,
6 blocks from historic downtown, 1 1/2 miles from beach, 45 minute drive to vineyards, Beachside, Downtown, Wine country
Santa Barbara, CA (SBA)
From the Airport: Turn right out of the airport, past Goleta Beach and onto Ward Memorial Drive, Highway 217. Merge onto Highway 101 Southbound, exit Carrillo Street and follow directions from the North (above.)
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Whale Watching, California Missions, University of California, Santa Barbara, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, Board games, CD player, Library, Videos , Fresh flowers, Antiques, Complimentary off-street parking, video library
Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Wine Tasting, Antiquing, Live theater, Whale watching, Concerts, Museums & Missions, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Marie, Deborah and Marti
Some Spanish, English
Foodies all and crazy about Santa Barbara and the beach. Deborah and Marie love detective fiction and movies, as reflected in the inn's video and book libraries; Marti has her hands full keeping up with her very active daughter.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten free by rqst, Dairy free by rqst