WE ARE CELEBRATING OUR ARTS & CRAFT HOME'S 100th BIRTHDAY & OUR 16th YEAR IN BUSINESS. WE WILL BE OPEN MAY-SEPTEMBER 2015 PRIOR TO RETIREMENT. Inn of Twin Gables is a Seattle, Washington Bed and Breakfast Inn offering three comfortable guest rooms, all with private bath, and a substantial gourmet breakfast. Personal attention and an ambiance of welcome and comfort make it your home away from home. Located just minutes from Seattle Center, downtown, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and the universities, the inn is on the west slope of Queen Anne Hill across from Magnolia and just south of the Ballard Bridge and Fremont. Inn of Twin Gables is a classic Arts & Crafts home with original interior woodwork, boxed-beam ceilings and old world fir floors. A well-appointed living room with fireplace and overstuffed furniture, and an enclosed sun porch for morning coffee and sunset viewing, allow for a cozy atmosphere with period antique furnishings and accessories.
4.4 on August 20, 2014
convenient and quiet; near good places to eat
4.8 on July 02, 2014
We got a warm welcome from the owner of the Inn of Twin Gables, and were shown to our room. Our private bathroom was about 5 steps from our door and quite lovely! Every amenity one could want was right there. Our room was at the front of house, up one floor, with an enormous 100+ year old black walnut tree right outside the windows. It made us feel as though we were in a treehouse! The excellent breakfasts in the mornings were different each day, with plenty of coffee and tea that led many of us to linger and visit with the other guests. There's also a sun porch well stocked with books, magazines and comfy chairs to relax in. All in all, we had a wonderful, restful mini vacation and would happily return again! Robbin & Mary
4.6 on May 23, 2014
What a relaxing way to start a vacation. Very receptive to our early arrival, quaint rooms in a beautiful area of town. Superb breakfast with our fellow travelers. Highly recommend this bed and breakfast, a slice of civilization in our frantic world.
Glad you enjoyed your visit. We look forward to your next visit.
4.4 on May 21, 2014
Our stay at the Inn was delightful. The location was central to our visit to UW, Ballard, and downtown Seattle. The home was furnished with beautiful wood furniture and classic antiques which gave it a warm, inviting atmosphere. The breakfast was delicious and the conversation pleasant. A great place to stay.
So glad you enjoyed your stay. We hope you'll be back soon and send friends!
4.4 on March 18, 2014
I had a great time and would definitely stay again!
4.2 on September 07, 2013
This was our first B&B stay, but all of my expectations were either met or exceptional. The location is the beautiful Queen Anne district of Seattle, so the Inn of Twin Gables in Victorian style was a total treat. The house and grounds are beautiful, and owner Katie has an amazing collection of fine old furnishings and artwork and the house is in great shape. Our cozy west room was perfect for my young son and myself with 2 perfect day beds and beautiful view. Katie's breakfasts were wonderful treats in dining everyday. I loved the ambience, comfort and quiet, security for the same price as a noisy, crowded city hotel, yet this inn is not far from downtown Seattle. Highly recommend this Inn!
Thanks for taking the time to write a review. The best advertising is word of mouth. I am please that you enjoyed your stay at Inn of Twin Gables and happy that we were party to introducing you to staying in a Bed and Breakfast. My goal is to provide each of my guests a "home away from home" where they are comfortable, safe and well fed. I look forward to seeing you again on your next visit to Seattle.
4.6 on October 27, 2012
Enjoyed the proprietor, Katie, and her cute dogs. Her breakfasts are delicious and very filling. The Queen Anne neighborhood is quaint and even in the Seattle rain, our walks were pleasant!
4.4 on September 15, 2012
We spent 3 lovely days at this turn of the century bed & breakfast. We were impressed with the home and the surrounding gardens. The owner, Katie, was warm and outgoing. She welcomed us into her home and introduced us to the other guests. She is an amazing chef and each day we were presented with a delicious breakfast. We spent our days exploring the treasures of Seattle and were delighted to return to Inn of Twin Gables in the evenings. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Thank you Katie”-))
5 on September 15, 2012
We spent three weeknights at Inn of Twin Gables with our cousins. Katie was very hosptiable and kind, letting us use her kitchen to make drinks that we shared on her deck out back in the evening. Our rooms were lovely. Being a shower person, I surprisingly even enjoyed the little bathtub under the slanted ceiling of the gable in our room. The details of the house are time honored and very quaint and pretty. The beds! were remarkable. Let me tell you that no one slid to the middle in our bed which was great. Wonderful sheets and a great sleep! The breakfasts were delicious and on time each morning. Katie is a very good cook and it was evident each day. WiFi a plus, never a problem with connection.
3.6 on August 27, 2012
I stayed at the Inn of Twin Gables for four nights while in town for work. The service and breakfasts were very good, as Katie, the owner was flexible on arrival time, and both she and Sam cooked up a variety of tasty breakfasts in the morning. The location has good walking access to the ship canal.
This cozy retreat has sunset view of Magnolia and a slice of Puget Sound. Newly wallpapered, it has a twin day bed with trundle which can be made into 2 twins (or be put together side by side to make a king). It has private use of the freshly painted master bath a few steps across the hall (not shared). All rooms have access to a mini-fridge, iron and ironing board in hall linen closet and secure WiFi access on all parts of the property.All rooms have pressed cotton linens, fluffy hotel towels, fresh flowers, hair dryers and fans, and have access to a mini-fridge, iron and ironing board in hall linen closet and secure WiFi access on all parts of the property.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $185
An elegant choice, our largest room has a queen bed & private bath with tub & hand-held shower. With Asian art and soft, rich, restful colors based on the mellow radiance of wood tones, the North room looks out on a of large red cedar tree. All rooms have access to a mini-fridge, iron and ironing board in hall linen closet and secure WiFi access on all parts of the property.All rooms have pressed cotton linens, fluffy hotel towels, fresh flowers, hair dryers and fans, and have access to a mini-fridge, iron and ironing board in hall linen closet and secure WiFi access on all parts of the property.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $200
With a Maritime motif, Queen bed, and antique armoire, private bath with stall shower, the East room overlooks the herb garden. It has the possibility of becoming a suite for four with the adjoining North Room. All rooms have pressed cotton linens, fluffy hotel towels, fresh flowers, hair dryers and fans, and have access to a mini-fridge, iron and ironing board in hall linen closet and secure WiFi access on all parts of the property. The East room also has a ceiling fan.
Nightly Rate: $170 - $200
2 bedrooms sleeps 4(1 queen, 1 full), living/dining area; fully equipped kitchen furnished with stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, cookware, dishes and flatware; full bath with walk-in tub/shower with personal Jacuzzi, fluffy hotel towels, hair dryer; telephone, television; iron, ironing board; separate entrance, patio with table, chairs and umbrella. Parking, alarm clocks. Weekly and Monthly rates with weekly housekeeping and no breakfast included.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $230
West Slope of Queen Anne Hill, Close to SPU, UW, Close to Magnolia, Ballard, Fremont, Downtown, Urban
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 17 miles
The Inn is located on the West slope of Queen Anne Hill, minutes from Ballard, Magnolia, Fremont, Wallingford, Seattle Pacific University, University of Washington and downtown. We are one block East and one block North of the intersection of 15th Avenue West & West Dravus, on the corner of 14th Avenue West and West Bertona. Dravus is the second exit south of the Ballard Bridge. From I-5 the Seattle Center Exit. The street in front of the Space Needle is Broad Street. At the Pacific Science Center veer right at Denny; veer right again at Western and again at Elliot (a thoroughfare). Elliot becomes 15th Avenue West at the Magnolia Bridge Overpass. (DO NOT take the Magnolia Bridge.) Pass the golf course on your left. The next exit is Dravus. Turn right at stop and go uphill one block to 14th Avenue West. Left at St. Margaret's Church onto 14th to the next corner, Bertona (Inn is on the Southeast corner). Turn right at Bertona and park. A Stone walk winds around to the front of the house. Please note, there is a handicapped parking space on Bertona at the beginning of the walk.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Night life, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Sports venue, Tours, University, Zoo
Board games, CD player, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Walk to mass transit, Wet bar
Alarm clock, Hairdryer, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Internet cafe 3 blocks, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
English, French, Spanish
Katie Frame, a seasoned traveler of many interests, welcomes you to be her guests at the Inn of Twin Gables. Prior to opening the Inn Katie was in reservations and group sales for two major luxury cruise lines. She'd love to have a chance to talk with you and answer any questions you might have about your stay.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Various dishes with home grown herbs.
Enjoy a sumptuous hot gourmet breakfast in our formal dining room at 8:30 every morning. For special consideration, or if you are unable to join us for breakfast, please let us know the prior day! Before 8:00 am, we can arrange a continental breakfast for you. We always check with our guests and try to accommodate dietary restrictions. A typical breakfast includes choice of juice and hot beverage, fresh fruit dish and main course. Our specialties are prepared with garden-grown herbs: Examples of Breakfasts: * Stuffed French Toast * Chile Rellenos Fritatta * Eggs Benedict or Florentine * Tortilla Espanola * Savory Crepes * Fresh Herb Omelet * Breakfast souffles * Melon with seasonal herbs * Tarragon Grapefruit * Peach Lavender Crisp * Tropical Fruit Salad with Ginger Splash * Moist Fluffy Scones * Pancakes with fruit, nuts, spices