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San Francisco Bed and Breakfast Inns
Want the friendly, attentive atmosphere of a San Francisco bed and breakfast? San Francisco has many small, interesting options. Many require a 2 night stay, have some rooms with shared bath, and may not have parking, but are sure to make for an enjoyable, relaxing vacation.
10 th Avenue Inn
This 1910 San Franciscobed and breakfast is located on a quiet tree lined avenue in the Richmond District, but only two blocks from Golden Gate Park. It is within walking distance to the De Young Museum, The Steinhart Aquarium and Japanese Tea Garden. Three S.F. Muni bus lines provide easy access to all of San Francisco, Downtown, Fishermans Wharf, Alcatraz and China Town. The Inn features two spacious guest rooms with private baths. The French Blue Room has a view of the Marin Headlands. The English Rose Room has a garden view. Guests are treated to such extras as Down Comforters, plush robes, Cable Television with movie channels and large walk-in closets. A small sitting room/library is accessible to all guests, which is equipped with a small refrigerator, stocked with California Wine and Cheese. For visits for four days or more, the Inn offers a spacious one-bedroom garden apartment. The Garden Apartment accommodates up to four and is equipped with a full kitchen, bath, living room and dining area. Your home away from home. Your hostess, Carol, has made this charming home her home for nearly forty years. Let your visit to the City by the Bay start with a place you can call home, too. 579 Tenth Avenue, 415-751-6220
Alamo Square Inn
The Alamo Square Inn is in a restored Victorian mansion overlooking historic Alamo Square. The twelve rooms range from cozy singles and doubles to elegant suites. Besides a full breakfast, complimentary afternoon tea and wine is included. 719 Scott Street, 415-922-2055 or 800-345-9888
The Archbishop's Mansion, a sophisticated San Francisco bed and breakfast inn in a historic landmark building, is in a quiet neighborhood just off Fillmore Street, around the corner from the famous Painted Lady Victorians. 1000 Fulton Street 415-563-7872 or 800-543-5820
This small inn has three elegant rooms in a 19th century farmhouse and artists studio with secluded garden in Pacific Heights. Complimentary wine is also included.2231 Pine Street, 800- 854-5802 or 415-346-1919.
Ashbury Heights B & B
Built in the 1880's, this San Francisco bed and breakfast remains much as it was then, and is located near the city's center, in the Ashbury Heights area of San Francisco. The room in the main house includes a queen bed, private bath with shower & skylight. It also features a fireplace, T.V., VCR, and CD player. A full breakfast is served each morning in the dining room. The Garden Studio opens into a garden with a brick and cobblestone patio furnished with table and chairs. Enter through the iron gates, making your way down the walkway lined with flowering plants and down two steps to the patio and entrance. The unit is fully equipped with a kitchen alcove including coffee maker, electric stove, toaster and microwave. Self-serve breakfast includes coffee, tea, milk, fruit juices, fresh fruit, cereal, breads, rolls, butter and jams. The rest of the studio is furnished with a queen bed, desk, telephone, spacious closet, TV, VCR, CD/Tape player and table with chairs. Two ten -year-old Beagles share the upstairs residence with the hosts. They love children and adults and will often announce the arrival of guests upstairs. (800) 452-8249
A charming and affordable Victorian with unique rooms and luxury suites named after famous people such as Enrico Caruso, Jack London, and Isadora Duncan. Near Alamo Square, 1057 Steiner Street, 800-228-1647.
A delightful San Francisco bed & breakfast, centrally located on a lovely tree-lined street in the heart of San Francisco, close to transportation and all the attractions that make San Francisco so famous. This charming Victorian row house, built in the early 1900's, is nestled at the foot of Twin Peaks in one of San Francisco's quaint and favorite neighborhoods, Noe Valley. A short walk will take you to 24th Street with it's many different shops, cafes and varied restaruants. DOLORES PLACE offers comfortably furnished accommodations. The decor is handsome and stylish, a pleasing blend of antiques and period furnishings. Dolores Place opens onto a beautiful private and sunny deck and features a small kitchenette and private outside entrance. 3842 25th Street San, (415) 824-8728
The Red Victorian
This smoke-free and TV-free inn features bed, breakfast, and art in the heart of Haight Ashbury. Decorated to reflect the "summer of love", each room is unique. The atmosphere here is casual, artistic, and friendly. 1665 Haight Street 415-864-1978
Union Street Inn
The Union Street Inn is an elegant and friendly inn with spacious and comfortable rooms in an Edwardian home with an English garden. Union Street is one of San Francisco 's most fashionable shopping areas and has many good restaurants. Ammenities include chocolates, fruit baskets, flowers, and antiques. 2229 Union Street 415-346-0424.
The Argent Hotel San Francisco
Chancellor Hotel on Union Square
Comfort Suites San Francisco Airport
Commodore Hotel, a Joie de Vivre Boutique Hotel
Hotel Cosmo, A Kimpton Boutique Hotel
Courtyard by Marriott Fishermans Wharf