Because we love the impressionists, Renoir prints fill the walls. Relax on the love seat, and delight in the ambience of this room.
The Renoir Room is on the third floor with a private bath. There is a sofa bed which can accommodate a third guest for a minimal additional charge.
The Country Room
Our Country Room is a soothing retreat on the top floor of the inn is a quiet haven in the midst of Washington DC. Decorated in soft reds and whites and overlooking our rear garden, you'll think your are in the country away from it all. Terry robes provided for your short trip to the shared bath located just down the hall.
The Country Room shares a bath with the Nook and Queen Anne Rooms.
This room is also the essence of romantic elegance. The blazing chandelier reflects in the massive mirror that soars to meet the 12-foot high ceilings. Tired after a day of meetings and touring? This is a perfect place to retreat and regroup.
The Crystal Room is on the second floor and has a private bath. The king bed can be split into two twins. There is also a twin sofa chair that can accommodate a third person for a minimal additional charge.
The Dixon Room was once Jeanne Dixon husbands study. Framing the king-size bed, the antique quilt, an import from a tiny West Virginia town, is gracefully set off against the forest green walls and reflected in the mirror opposite the bed, over the fireplace. Note the early 20th century molded radiators, like others that fill the house
even in the bathrooms! The Dixon Room is on the third floor with a private bath (and bathtub). The bed can also be split into two single beds.
This charming room was named for its original Victorian rose and yellow Queen Anne windows. Morning light bathes the room in soft pastels. The king size bed can be easily converted into two single beds. Terry robes are provided in the room for the walk to the shared bath located just down the short hall.
This room shares a bathroom with the Nook and Country Room.
Here's another view of the Tiffany Room, one of our most beautiful--with its Victorian oak armoire, gleaming chandelier and brilliantly colored stain glass windows, framing the top of 10-foot high soaring bay windows--all treasures of Victorian detail and elegance.
The Garden Loft is a bright, cozy mini-suite, with its white wicker and floral decor that feels like an extension of our garden. It has its own ground level "Florida" room and white narrow spiral stairs that lead to a small bedroom/bathroom loft with a queen size bed. Extra touches are the white tile and green marble bathroom with a whirlpool bath, as well as skylights, that let in all the morning sun.
The Garden Loft is our smallest room with a private bath. There is also a twin sofa chair that can accommodate a third person for a minimal additional charge that includes breakfast.
Selected among the Top 10 Bed and Breakfast Inns in Washington D.C. by DK Eyewitness Travel Guides, our beautiful Inns give you the choice of staying in a relaxed, traditional Victorian inspired inn, or a stately town home with an eclectic mix of modern Brazilian art and authentic antique furnishings.
Whether you are looking for old world Victorian charm, a luxurious suite with all the latest modern amenities, if you seek a carriage house all your own for a weekly rental, or a small affordable room, you will find it when you choose the Inn at Dupont Circle.
Get ready to experience the Theaters, Art Galleries, Cafes and Five star restaurants that line the trendy streets of Dupont Circle, Adams Morgan and Georgetown. The downtown district sizzles with something for everyone. Enjoy Hot, Sultry Salsa or Reggae in Adams Morgan. Spontaneous Jazz notes tumble out the windows of the nightclubs in the U Street Historic corridor. This historic district was recently recommended by Lonely Planet travel guides as “Hands Down, one of the Hottest place to hear live modern music in D.C.” The Inn at Dupont Circe is just minutes away from the highly acclaimed Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts near the Watergate Hotel. Take a moonlit dinner cruise on the Potomac River which winds past marble tributes to America’s great leaders.