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Welcome to Our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast

Fall is upon us in D.C. and the weather is crisp and lovely. The district’s finest restaurants begin to debut their fall menu and share fall flavors. A walk through the historic neighborhood just by our D.C. inn leaves one with the feeling of wistful longing. Bands of shoppers walk through Georgetown in the afternoon shopping for winter clothing, and the air is filled with the smell of winter – chimneys, leaves, and the arid fall wind.

Let our Washington DC bed and breakfastbe your window into the fall. Located just between Adams Morgan and DuPont Circle, Kalorama (Greek for “fine view”) is a historic upscale neighborhood. Our historic Inn’s location allows one easy access to all of the main attractions in Washington D.C. We are 1.5 miles from the White House, approximately 2.5 miles from the capitol building, and 1.5 miles from Georgetown, famous for its shopping.

The cooks at our DC bed and breakfast take pride in creating unique menu items for our guests each morning. Marcos loves introducing guests from around the world to menu items that he grew up with, classics from the south, and Mexican breakfast foods. He enjoys preparing dishes such as breakfast tacos, migas, house-made biscuits and gravy, huevos rancheros, and omelets. Kevin – our weekday cook – comes from a culinary background and brings a rich variety such as lemon-ricotta pancakes, parmesan French toast, and quiche. Our cooks can accommodate dietary restrictions. Please notify us ahead of time and we’ll make you something special.

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Washington DC Getaways:

Museum day is tomorrow! Most of the museums that normally charge a fee will offer free admission. Have you visited Washington DC Sites and Attractions?

Free Things To Do in Washington DC

Take a stroll up Embassy Row to check out the beautiful embassies. Then walk through the Dumbarton Oaks trail through to Georgetown for dining and shopping.


A note from your innkeeper:

October, November through about the middle of December are very busy months in DC due to the many conventions so make your hotel reservations early.