Shields of red & white can be seen on the round stained glass windows as passes through the gates of the Bacon Mansion. Built in 1909 on Seattle's Capitol Hill, this classical Edwardian style Tudor, shows not only the trademark family crest but a fine preservation of original woods, 3000 crystal chandelier, marble fireplace and a treasured library. the main guest house (8,000 sq ft) of living space is divided between 4 levels. A spacious outside patio leads to the historic Carriage House. Besides a delicious breakfast, catered lunches, dinners and receptions are also available. Just a short distance from the Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle commercial districts, you will be sure to enjoy shopping and access to Seattle's many attractions.
5 on September 20, 2012
Many thanks to Darin and Daryl for their wonderful service. The room was beautiful with comfortable bed and atmosphere. The coffee and peach muffins were to die for. Will stay there on my next trip and recommend to friends and family. Thank you for a most pleasant experience
4.2 on July 22, 2012
A fun time! Daryl was very welcoming and helpful, and his raspberry muffins are without a doubt the best of their kind! Congratulations! My lukewarm endorsement of the room applies only to the little Iris room in which we stayed ( the other rooms were fully booked; we saw them, and they are wonderful). I''m six feet two inches, and that doesn't work well when trying to walk around in a room whose roof is a dormer. I had to be kinda careful. Regardless, this is a comfortable place. We felt totally at ease here, wandering about, playing (not very well) the grand piano, lounging in the public rooms. Enjoy!
3.2 on October 15, 2011
If you want to stay outside of the downtown core, and enjoy exploring smaller & unique communities, the Bacon Mansion is worth considering. Just blocks from some great restaurants and within walking distance of interesting one-of-a-kind shopping. Bacon Mansion is a beautifully restored home; Daryl is a charming host. Light sleepers should be aware that noises travel, especially plumbing. Inquire about rooms that might be on a "less travelled" route than the Rose Room. J & P, Victoria, BC
4.2 on July 22, 2011
We arrived late and our key had been placed under the door mat with the porch light on-just like home! The stay in the carriage house was a great way to start off our visit to Seattle! The coffee in our room was ready to go-just flip the switch! We truly enjoyed the patio...hummingbirds and all!
4.6 on March 30, 2011
Our family of four loved the capitol room. It was large enough to give our family some room to relax. The breakfasts were delicious and just enough to get us on our way each day. Daryl the proprietor was very accomodating and helpful. Even on the days we left early for skiing or fishing, he would make sure something was left in our room to eat before we left. The area is very nice to take a walk or just enjoy the beautifull homes nearby. We like staying north of the city to be able to travel without getting in to all the city traffic. And also not paying for parking each night.
3.6 on December 20, 2010
I loved The Bacon Mansion, My room was lovely, the whole house is welcoming, as was Daryl who greeted me. My only complaint would be the breakfast was much less than stated. There was no cereal or juice offered as advertised, and the coffee was much too weak for my liking. I will return, but I'll bring my own one cup coffee maker and something for breakfast. Other than that...big thumbs up!
5 on August 26, 2010
Stayed in in early August with other out of state friends. Loved the homey atmosphere. Daryl was very accommodating. Went out of his way to check sunset for an even more enjoyable dinner at the needle. Breakfast was healthy and generous. Location was central, and safe. Love Broadway st. We will definitely stay again. Thanks so much!!!!!!!!
5 on August 11, 2010
Wait till you taste the fresh muffins each morning!
5 on June 21, 2010
This B&B sits on a corner in a charming residential neighborhood in Seattle. A short 2-mile walk into the city. I love walking but there's also a convenient bus two blocks away. Our room was large, clean and the bed was heaven. A free standing tub and shower with robes. What more could one ask for. The owner has traveled extensively so he knows what people need. The house is large with many rooms for relaxation and reading - they even have a piano. Weather permitting, even an cozy outdoor area to sit. Large dining room for breakfast, serving the best warm, homemade muffins in town. For those who only like morning coffee, left on a quaint table outside the rooms - early so one can get out and get going. It's just like being at home.
3.0 on May 27, 2010
Well-maintained property with beautiful antiques, good location. Breakfast was very disappointing. There wasn't anything that set this B&B apart from others I have stayed in. It didn't 'wow' me.
The Iris Room and the Cabin Room are 2 rooms located on the 3rd floor and share the one bath in the hall on the same floor. Each room in in one of the east dormers of the Mansion.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $144
The Fountain Room and the Garden Room are 2 large rooms downstairs with private bath with standard tub that one can shower in.
Nightly Rate: $134 - $204
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Seattle Market, Broadway District, Volunteer Park & Conservatory, Picnic area, University, Zoo
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Ironing Board, Library, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Walk to mass transit, Wedding Facilities , afternoon tea, highspeed wireless internet, parking
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wet bar, Wi-Fi, Wired internet