I had a one night stay here for a quick tour of the DC area and I could not have asked for more. We parked our car in the very safe neighborhood and caught a tour bus for the day. After the day of touring, took the train back, had dinner in the neighborhood and got a good night's sleep. Breakfast was excellent. Walked to the zoo before taking off for the rest of our road trip. Jack was all you could ask for in a host. Knowledgeable about the DC area, public transportation, neighborhood restaraunts. I loved the house and our room. I hope to bring the whole family back soon.
We wanted a quick little getaway and found th Mt. Vernon Square B&B online, such great reviews and great price point that we couldn't refuse. We were certainly not disappointed, the house was lovely and the owner Keith was very friendly. Breakfast each morning was beyond expectation in both its presentation and quality - so delicious. Make this a must on your next DC getaway!
This inn is fantastic! Mark and Ann are the "most excellent" hosts, they are like an extended family.The little dog too! Great location for our visit to DC for Rolling Thunder 2015.They took great care of us Nor-Cal folks and made us a nice brown bag lunch for our Rolling Thunder ride because we were going to miss breakfast that morning. The front parlor was a great place for quiet time and study. Nice Civil War book collection, and a collection of artwork from their visit to India. Nice dining within a short walk. Manassas Battlefield is not far either. Don't miss the Confederate Cemetery, as Mark and Ann pointed out to us. This B and B is definitely a gem of Virginia hospitality. Five star biker friendly.
The William Lewis House was the perfect place for our entire family to celebrate our son's graduation from GWU. Dave was the PERFECT host. He and the staff more than met our every need. Hospitality, amenities, breakfast, coffee, teas, instant hot/cold water, snacks, common areas were wonderful. The rooms were very comfortable with plenty of space for clothing and luggage to be stowed away. Bathrooms more than fully stocked with "little extras". You won't be disappointed in this B&B. I would definitely return and I haven't even mentioned the $$ value!!
Can't think of a better location for a bed and breakfast! Sitting on our private porch or the chairs on the lawn, and watching the sun set over the river was a perfect way to end the day. Oxford is a small town, and it was easy to walk from the B&B to most dining options and shops. This is convenient to Easton, St. Michaels, and other points of interest on the Eastern Shore. We are likely to return in the future!
My wife and I, both from England, found Embassy Circle Guest House online & selected it for a five night stay where we were joined at various times by friends from Kentucky, Japan, New York and South Africa. All of us found it to be a very welcoming place where we ate excellent breakfasts, enjoyed the company of other residents and every possible help from Laura & Raymond and all the staff. The location is brilliant and our short stay was most enjoyable. A return would be very welcome. John Libson
Absolutely loved our stay! The room was lovely, the breakfast was delicious, and the owners were very friendly and kind. It's right within walking distance of all of the Old Town Manassas' restaurants and shops. I would highly recommend this B&B.
We enjoyed four nights (5/6/15 thru 5/9/15) in the downstairs apartment. The apartment has a comfortable queen size bed with ceiling fan overhead. The bathroom is not large, but it is nice if you prefer to have your own private toilet and shower. Apartment has a refrigerator and table, as well as a couch and two televisions. Also has a washer and dryer combo, which definitely came in handy. David and his sister Terri were cordial hosts, and the breakfasts were truly outstanding. Wine in the afternoons. Would definitely look to stay at The William Lewis House again.
The staff was friendly and helpful. On-the-water lodging was good value. We did not eat at the Sandaway, but rather at the Inn across the street, so can't comment on the food at the Sandaway, but food at the Inn was outstanding. We'll stay at the Sandaway again when we want a weekend getaway.
The house is lovely and the staff were friendly. The only downside is it's a little far from the closest metro station (Dupont Circle) if you're dragging a heavy case. But the friendly atmosphere makes up for it. Breakfast was lovely too and they easily accommodated my dietary needs (gluten and lactose free). I highly recommend it.
David is a wonderful host, the house is lovely, in a good safe area,walking distance to the White House and the Mall. Already the breakfast (every day fresh homemade croissants,bread,granola..high quality, most organic) is amazing..U enter the house and feel being a member of family. A very well behaving dog welcomes the guests. A great oh Ave to stay and spend the holiday
My wife and I stayed at the Manassas Junction B&B for our 33rd anniversary. We were very impressed with the home and found Ann and Mark to be delightful and very interesting hosts. Breakfast in the morning was delicious! The house is within very easy walking distance of the Manassas Historic District. We visited the museum and found the tour guide and the exhibits to be fascinating. We would (and probably will) return in the future!
This charming "White house" in Washington can be recommended! Nice staff, Clean and nice room, good location (near stop for Hop-on Hop-off-busses). Interesting breakfast with very good home-made specialities, all around one table.
I would have given five stars in all categories, but my computer would not allow me to give anything higher than four stars. I was on business travel and did not want to stay at any of the big hotels because they just do not feel like DC to me. The Woodley Park Guest House is in a gorgeous neighborhood where people live, it is literally steps from the Red Line, and it is across the street from the wonderful tulip garden at the Marriott. There are decent restaurants within easy walking distance (especially the District Kitchen on Connecticut Avenue). The only room that was available was a single on the third floor, with a shared bath. The room was small but charming, and the bathroom was spotlessly clean. It was a bargain, too. Breakfast was great! Not the fancy kind you usually get at B&Bs but 1,000 times better than the "continental breakfasts" you get at motels. And fun to chat with the other guests and Courtney.
My husband and I enjoyed this b&b while visiting our son whose apartment is nearby. The room was very nice, and the breakfast was a nice spot to chat with an array of International guests. The fresh fruit and homemade croissants were great, but the cappuccino machine was terrific! Our only complaint was that we had a shared bath, and since the inn was full, we did have to wait for our morning showers.
We have stayed with Adams b&b twice and hope to be back. It is a great location within walking distance of a street full of great restaurants. We tried la Forchette, Tryst, and an Indian place. Great food at a great price. Love the garden with outside seating and tv room. Very cozy!! We found it quiet and very comfortable at Adams.
I stayed for two nights at Kalorama Guest House and I'm so happy not to have chosen any of the close hotels. The rooms are clean and the neighborhood is paceful. Mr Jack is very attentive and kindly help you for everything.
I randomly booked this B&B, looking for a reasonably-priced spot to stay in Washington DC for one night. I have to say I was very impressed: the staff were friendly when I arrived, my room was huge, the house itself was lovely. The only thing that was disappointing was the breakfast, which was a very minimal help-yourself-buffet. That said, there are plenty of good breakfast options nearby and it's in a lovely neighbourhood.