Our mission is to ensure you have a pleasurable stress-free stay. We offer a clean cozy family run home away from home nestled inside the Washington D.C. beltway in Silver Spring, Maryland. From the B&B you'll be minutes from where you need to be. * a short walk to the red-line (ride 15-20 minutes to the Capitol) * a 5 minute bus ride to downtown Silver Spring * a 5 minute bike ride to Crescent Bike Trail (to Rock Creek) * 2 blocks from Montgomery Hills Neighborhood Park (New tennis & basketball courts) * One metro stop from the Silver Spring MARC Train Station. WiFi throughout, HDTV, Cable, in-room computer and other creature comforts. On site - Hair dryer,Hygiene products, shampoo, conditioner, shower cap, disposable slippers, bath robe etc. Iron and ironing board, Breakfast served at your leisure, Late arrival and flexible checkout time, Come and go at your leisure.
5 on April 16, 2014
This B & B is located in a quaint & quiet residential area, where you waken to birdsong. It is just minutes away from the beltway and a short walk from the Metro, offering easy access to the greater DC area. The rooms are clean, comfortable and aesthetically pleasing. Christina Blanchard, the proprietor, extends herself to address specific guest questions and prepares fabulous breakfasts. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and would happily return!
4.4 on August 05, 2013
I have made Lansdowne Way my regular stay when in DC. Convenient to the metro line and located away from the urban pulse in a quiet, tree-lined neighborhood. Christina fixes a great spread and is a generous and helpful host. No reason to go anywhere else.
4.8 on June 21, 2013
This bed and breakfast was wonderful and Christina was most gracious, helpful, and warm. She showed me how easy it would be to catch a bus (when it rained) and to have a lovely and easy walk to and from my meetings all week in downtown Silver Spring. She also sent me detailed directions on taking the Metro from the airport which saved me at least $70 each way if I had taken a cab. I also saved considerable money staying here instead of one of the hotels downtown. I must add that the bed was exceptionally comfortable, the towels were plush, the decor was unique and beautiful, and the breakfast the included fresh fruit from Christina's garden was a wonderful way to start each day. I also found it meaningful that Christina works for a non-profit that serves the needs of orphans in Africa. I would most definitely stay here again and I highly recommend this B & B.
5 on May 04, 2013
My wife and I had the opportunity to stay at this wonderful bed and breakfast. We spent 5 nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Our room was fantastic. The room was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was prompt and delicious. Christina was very warm and accommodating. Christina is a very nice person. My wife and I enjoyed her two cats. The cats were adorable. The neighborhood is safe and quiet. The walk to the Metro is about eight minutes and it is a very safe walk. You do not have to cross any major intersections. There is a pedestrian bridge that takes you directly to the Metro. We did not rent a car so we used the Metro on a daily basis. It took twenty minutes to get into central DC. Do not rent a car. The Metro is extremely efficient and cost effective. You can not stay at any quality hotel in DC that includes breakfast for what you will pay at Christina's place. It is a great place and we would stay there again.
4.8 on March 12, 2013
The perfect base for two nights in March for two ladies to visit Wshington. The room was the entire upper floor with a very comfortable King mattress . The bathroom featured a deep tub and a nice variety of toiletry items. The tapestry and carpet decorations were from India and Africa. Christina was very accomodating of special diet requirements and helpful with directions in getting around the city. I recommend this Bed and Breakfast.
4.8 on December 20, 2011
I was in Silver Spring for business/training just before Christmas and was so happy to reserve the Africa Room with private bath at Christina's sweet B&B. From the time of my arrival, Christina was a gracious and accommodating hostess, making me feel welcome and comfortable right away. Christina has carefully and comfortably decorated her home in the same way that she carefully selects (or grows) and prepares her delicious, satisfying meals. I was not interested in sightseeing or shopping while in Silver Spring and found that I could safely walk in the neighborhood, enjoying the many different architectural home styles and landscaping designs and return to a fresh and peaceful home away from home to relax and enjoy pleasant conversation with Christina as well as quiet time that I greatly appreciate and enjoy. Christina prepared my dinners during my stay and every meal was a delightful surprise. I certainly would highly recommend Christina's charming B&B to others and would be very happy if I had the opportunity to return for another stay. I found a kindred spirit in Christina and admire her quiet ability to make her guests feel like friends. Thank you Christina!
4.0 on November 17, 2011
For those who are tired of staying at anonymous, sterile chain hotels a visit to Lansdowne is a breath of fresh air. Christine is a most attentive and hospitable hostess: she treats visitors as her cherished guests. A welcome fire in the hearth, soft music in the background, today's Washington Post on the coffee table; all this plus the fragrance of coffee in the morning to accompany a delicious breakfast. Five star hotels attempt to provide such levels of hospitality. Christine accomplishes their objective! Barry Hyatt, CTC
5 on June 11, 2011
The Lansdowne Way B&B was our first experience with a B&B. We have always gone the hotel route, but decided to try a B&B on our trip to the College Park/DC area. Christina was a perfect hostess, beginning with the initial contact and throughout our stay. The room and house are beautifully furnished with their owner's personal touch and the soft bed and pillows were like a home away from home. The breakfasts were delicious and we felt that we were always eating nutritiously! Christina was very helpful with maps and suggestions on navigating the area both in a car or on the metro, which has a stop conveniently located nearby. This charming home is on a quiet, shady street and includes a porch swing and a yard filled with plants and flowers (which Christina brings in to decorate her table). We felt very secure coming and going even on the evenings that we came in later. I would definitely recommend this B&B if you are in the area for business or vacation during any season. Christina will certainly make you welcome!
4.2 on November 22, 2010
I stayed at the B&B in October while I had business meetings with my companies’ headquarters in Silver Spring. When I tried to find a suitable hotel for my one week stay I wasn’t very pleased about the reviews I read about them. Being a big B&B fan I found out that there is actually one in Silver Spring, so I made my reservation for the India Ink room. And I really enjoyed my week there very much! The room was comfortable and very cozy, and Christina is the perfect hostess, who was very helpful and made me feel very welcome – every day. The neighbourhood is safe, nice and close to a metro and bus station, so you don’t need a car to get around. Whenever I will be in Silver Spring again I will definitely come back to stay at this beautiful and very accommodating B&B!
4.0 on November 03, 2010
Our stay was a pleasant experience. Christina was exceptionally helpful and went out of her way to make us comfortable. The house is charming and warm.
Washington D.C., Silver Spring, MD, Downtown, Suburban
Washington DC, DC (DCA-Ronald Reagan National) 5 miles
From DC or Silver Spring take 16th Street North to 2nd Ave in Silver Spring and turn left. After crossing Brookville heading toward the park. turn right onto Seminary Place. Take the first left onto Riley. Go to the stop sign and take a right. You will be on 2nd Ave. again. The next stop sign is Lansdowne Way. Turn left. From the beltway, take Georgia South and turn right at the first street, which is Locust Grove. Go to the stop sign and turn right (you will be on 2nd Ave), go to the next stop sign and turn left onto Lansdowne Way. We are on the right five houses from the stop sign.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Nature area, Performing Theater, Zoo
BBQ grill, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Washer/dryer, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Turndown Service, Videos
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Sight-seeing
Some French, English
International Travel to Africa, Asia, and South America
Ingredients organic from our garden
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Organic