Ideally located at the top of Historic Old Town. Easy walk to the King Street and Metro. Ten minutes from Washington D.C. Lots of shopping and restaurants in Colonial Alexandria!
4.8 on September 05, 2016
The Treasure House is a warm inviting place in a quiet area,full of vintage and thoughtful items for your use and very close to the free metro line. Moina and Lee are very welcoming. Rather than a menu, they ask you what you want for breakfast and that is what we got. So if you don't tell them, don't complain. We were there for an afternoon and evening in Olde Town and the next day at Mt. Vernon, which is close by. We would definitely stay again.
4.6 on August 11, 2016
This is a peaceful retreat in the Rosemont neighborhood of Alexandria, within short walking distance of the King Street Metro Station. The hosts are experts in hospitality. I have stayed there several times in the last four years and I always have a good experience.
3.6 on July 04, 2016
House is well maintained and the rooms are large and comfortable. We selected this location to be within walking/uber distance of some of our favorite spots in Del Ray and Old Town Alexandria. We didn't want a hotel. The Treasure House was perfect for our needs.
5 on June 22, 2016
A very charming hostess and a lovely home. Moina was so very accommodating in every way possible. Very nice and clean room. Great neighborhood, walking distance to the Metro and the Old Town area. If you are looking for a lunch or dinner spot I highly recommend Bilbo Baggins!!
3.6 on May 30, 2016
Very quite and just 6 blocks from the Metra.
4.6 on May 25, 2016
Great stay for my business trip. Thinking of returning here for vacation. Easy curbside parking and quiet neighborhood with park around the corner.
3.8 on May 23, 2016
The Alexandria Treasure house is a charming little B&B in VA. The queen suite was very nice and the bathroom was beautiful. Moina is an absolute doll, very spunky and fun to talk to. I would stay here again if I'm ever in the area.
5 on May 07, 2016
We stayed two nights between a trip to Shenandoah NP and a meeting in DC. Morna Ratliff was a gracious hostess with a fascinating life story. Our room was very comfortable, and it is in a beautiful and quiet neighborhood. It was convenient for our trip to Mt. Vernon and to the National Mall. Would definitely stay there again.
5 on May 05, 2016
Alexandria's Treasure House is a quiet refuge within easy walking distance of Old Town and the George Washington Masonic Temple. The house is spacious and very tastefully decorated, yet comfortable. The hosts will treat you like a good friend. I always regret leaving and every return feels like a homecoming.
5 on April 24, 2016
What a lovely home in a beautiful part of town. Though it was farther from the old part of downtown than I chose t walk I could have I know. The room was spacious and so clean in every part of the house it was actually shocking that people lived there. I'd recommend it completely to others.
Really fit for a Prince! Queen size bed, spotless tub and shower bath shared with the princess room - both rooms very private, large closets, telephones, clock radios, televisions, iron and ironing board available. Down pillows on beds but poly pillows in closets if preferred. Hair dryer in bathroom.
Truly for a princess, queen size bed, spacious closet and pretty décor, tile bath with shower and vintage tub, shared with Prince Room. High ceilings with ceiling fan - bright morning light.
Tasteful wicker wonderland, queen bed, comfortable chairs, quite spacious, new tile shower and tub bath shared with Ramona's Room.
Queen bed, comfortable seating, tub and shower bath shared with Wicker Room. Bright west facing windows.
Colonial décor, in room marble tub and shower bath with all accoutrements, walk in closet with free standing mirror, window seat, pretty garden view, queen four poster bed, quiet, spacious, flooded with light especially in early morning.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, near metro and free trolly, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Moina and Lee Ratliff
After much coaching from her father, Moina moved to Washington and began her 26 plus years as a congressional aid. She spent 20 more years working for John Moss, a representative from Sacramento, California, who was the Father of the Freedom of Information Act.
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