Walk to the Seattle city center, to the Pike Place Market, and to the Downtown Seattle attractions from a charming B&B on a tree-lined side street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Dozens of restaurants are nearby, and we're one block from buses to Downtown Seattle. Queen beds, private bathrooms, free on-site parking lot, free full hot breakfast, and free WiFi. Rates $99-$249..
5 on May 07, 2015
Short: Had the pleasure of staying here Nov 2014. Very clean, very quiet, definitely a good deal, and yet very close to the down town conference center! I will certainly try and book here again for the 2015 Fall conference! Longer: The owner, Dave, was very helpful, and as I was (almost) a first time visitor to Seattle, having not visited in decades, he kindly gave me a run down of the local amenities and bus system, which was extremely helpful. I especially liked how quiet the inn is, located on a calm street away from the hustle and bustle fo the city - when you are in a day long conference with 7 thousand noisy people, you just need somewhere to recover! I found the room to be tip top tidy and clean - in fact, much cleaner than many expensive hotels I've been to costing twice as much. Finally, my travel plans changed a bit due to weather conditions, so I very much appreciated that Dave was flexible with the check-in time.
4.6 on April 23, 2015
Very cute clean B&B, staff very accommodating and friendly. I will stay again at my next visit. Great French toast!
5 on April 21, 2015
I booked this B&B online and hit the jackpot. We walked downtown and back. It was a great stay with great food. Celebrated our 28th anniversary.
5 on April 03, 2015
Our first visit to Seattle was fabulous as we stayed at the 11th Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast. David, Tominda, Ben and Albert all took excellent care of us. The location was close to public transit as we elected to not a car. When we checked in, David provided a very comprehensive list of nearby restaurants we could easily walk to. David also provided great ideas for transportation to the Inn when we arrived at Sea-Tac airport. The property was absolutely gorgeous and the service was very responsive. The rooms were very clean, the breakfasts were excellent and there was coffee and hot water for tea or hot chocolate available 24 hours a day. David also had fresh fruit available as well as mixed nuts, chocolates and pistachios. Finally, David also provided high speed internet as well as two work stations with a printer. I don't know how David and his staff could improve our experience! When we return to Seattle, we will certainly stay at 11th Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast again.
5 on March 26, 2015
Right from the start we felt welcomed. David (the owner) met us and helped us with our bags and checked us in. (early) The home itself is beautiful and very comfortable. Our room was on the top floor and it was perfect. The bed was very comfortable, the room (the whole house) was very clean and tidy. The pictures of the B&B on their website does not do the home justice. It is lovely. The breakfasts were very tasty and having company around to chat with while eating and starting the day was great. It is in a great location, we did not have to drive around. We walked the neighborhood and had our dinners near the B&B. We took the bus to local attractions. (David provided wonderful maps and bus routes for us. VERY Helpful) It was my first time to Seattle and I know without a doubt that my husband and I will be back to visit again and we will be staying at this charming B&B again. There is not one thing negative to say about this B&B.
5 on November 16, 2014
I was travelling alone, and decided that bed and breakfast accommodation would be friendlier than a hotel. I am so glad I chose the 11th Avenue Inn. The owner, David and his staff were really kind, and very helpful at all times. I stayed for a few nights at each end of my journey into the States, a different room each time; both were excellent, comfortable beds with quality bedding; nice bathrooms with lovely toiletries. The breakfasts were superb. It was also really convenient having the use of a computer and telephone in the "den". To anyone seeking for a place to stay in Seattle I can highly recommend this hostelry.
5 on September 16, 2014
The 11th Avenue Inn is a charming B&B in an excellent location. The inn is spotlessly clean, our room was comfortable, and the breakfasts were outstanding. We would stay there again if we return to Seattle.
5 on September 26, 2013
Unfortunately we didnt get to stay here. My husband and I had reservations but our plans changed last minute. David was extremely kind, responsive and understanding. He even sent an email of other options. Thank you David
4.8 on July 26, 2013
Next trip to Seattle will definitely stay here again. Felt right at home the moment I walked in. Did not need a car; walked to town and used bus to return. Fabulous breakfast's.David or one of his staff is available for assistance. Great neighborhood.
4.6 on September 24, 2012
A charming B&B in an eclectic neighborhood with lush gardens. Superior, friendly service with delicious breakfasts and hospitable amenities above & beyond.
the ruby room has a queen bed, its private bathroom is across the hall, and is located on the 2nd floor.
the emerald room is a modest sized room with a queen bed, a private bathroom, and is on the 2nd floor.
the citrine room is a modest sized room with a queen bed, a private bathroom, and is on the 2nd floor.
the sapphire room is a modest sized room with a queen bed, a private bathroom, and is on the 2nd floor.
the amethyt room is a modest sized room with a queen bed, a private bathroom, and is on the 3rdfloor.
the opal room has a queen bed, a twin size daybed, a private bathroom, and is on the 2nd floor.
the topaz room has a queen bed, a twin size daybed, a private bathroom, and is on the 3rdfloor.
the garnet room has a queen bed and a private bathroom, and is on the 3rd floor.
Capitol Hill, Downtown Seattle, Seattle, Downtown
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 15 miles
DRIVING SOUTH ON I-5 1. From I-5 southbound, take exit #166 (Stewart Street) 2. Do not turn left at the traffic light at the end of the off-ramp. 3. Instead, go straight through the traffic light at the end of the off-ramp. 4. Get over to the left lane quickly. Turn left at next traffic light (Denny Way) 5. Drive up and over the highway. Get in the right lane. 6. Pass through 3 traffic lights, and straight across Olive Way. 7. Continue straight several more blocks, through traffic light at Broadway 8. Take the 2nd left onto 11th Ave East (3/4 of the way around circle) 9. The Inn is 121 11th Ave East - the 4th house on the left. 10. There is a small grove of trees in front - illuminated by light at night. 11. Drive onto gravel driveway to the left of house, just before the trees. 12. Pull into one of the 5 parking spaces down in back.
Broadway, Pike/Pine, & 15th Ave restaurants/bars, U of WA, Seattle U, Convention Center, Downtown shopping district, Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Seattle Center, EMP, Volunteer Park, Cal Anderson Park, Neighborhood theatres/galleries/artspaces
Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Fridge, Library, Microwave, Telephone, Videos
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Radio, TV, Wi-Fi
Dine at 1 of 50 neighborhood restaurants, People-watch from the front porch, Chat with fellow travelers at breakfast, Stroll 1 block to the park for morning jog, Lounge in the living room with a book, Walk down to Pike Place Market
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Most requests