Welcome to our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast
From the White House Correspondent’s dinner, to the Washington Humane Society’s Bark Ball, to the NSA Information Assurance Directorate’s Information Assurance Symposium; the variety of events occurring in Washington, D.C. are bound to reel you in, and when they do, let yourself be absorbed by your event preparation while leaving the lodging to our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast. You won’t even have time to break a sweat while walking over to our DC lodging from your event at the Washington Hilton for we’re just that close—even a humidity of 63% on a blistering Tuesday afternoon won’t do it—. If your conference is being held at the Walter E. Convention Center instead, then hop onto the yellow or green line and we’ll greet you at the door in a short twenty minutes (with fresh baked cookies on hand if it’s after 5pm)! If you’re not interested in attending the International Alzheimer’s Association Conference or the WEF/IWA Residuals and Biosolids Conference, fear not for our Washington DC Inn is conveniently located among dozens of Embassy houses and sandwiched in between the very popular restaurant and nightlife of Adams Morgan—accommodating the curious tourist, the avid student, and the preoccupied businessperson all in one stroke.
Our Washington DC B&B in a nutshell
- 0.5 miles from the DuPont Circle Metro Station
- 1.4 miles from the White House
- Complimentary gourmet breakfasts prepared by our chef and or culinary artists
- Complimentary WiFi and bookshelf with an array of unique finds in every room
- Guest computer and antique chess set situated in the parlor
- A home-style experience in a noise-free environment
- Rooms Rates from $159 to $219
- An impeccably clean experience within an atmosphere of vintage decor
Who stays at our DC Bed and Breakfast?
Why guests of America of course! Staying at a bed and breakfast means exactly what you want it to mean. If you want to prepare yourself a complementary London Fog and lounge in the parlor for a while, be our guest. If you want to lock yourself in your room and make our bookshelf desk your office space away from the office space, be our guest. If you want to explore the nooks and crannies of the world without having to leave the one mile radius of a hotel by drifting in and out of Embassies all day, be our guest. If you want to prepare yourself a neat working breakfast, be our guest. If you want to request a hearty childhood favorite breakfast from our chef and make new travel plans with our other guests before your current plans have expired, be our guest. At our Washington DC hotel turned bed and breakafast, while you’re here and even long after you’ve gone, we offer you a home away from home because we treat you like family—and like every family we accommodate everyone—from the overenthusiastic, adventurous, and timid, to the vagabonds, the jet-lagged, and the local.
For Business Travelers we mean business
You don’t need to stay at a Washington DC hotel to create a working environment around you or unwind in the parlor with a chess game—you can do that at our DC bed and breakfast near the White House. With the Walter E. Washington Convention Center just a twenty minute metro ride by the yellow or green line, and the Washington Hotel, Omni Sheraton Hotel, and Wardman Park Marriott just a stroll away, you can relax in comfort and infuse your work schedule with the calm it needs. We can even prepare an executive working breakfast room for you in our parlor so executive that even Hugh would be curious to take a peek:
The American Honor System
We value your time and your trust. As such, we have an assortment of snacks, soda, water, and other assorted goods available for purchase via our honor system. We also use the honor system for printing, domestic, and international faxes.
Washington DC Government Per Diem Rates for DC are higher than some of our regular room rates. Check our availability for your dates and see our exact room rates.
MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP
$229 $229 $162 $162 $222
Your Washington, D.C. itinerary
If you’re looking for something to do, check out the Washington DC Sites and Attractions page for inspiration. If you’re already set on a day of musing, let the Events and Activities at the Smithsonian Museums in DC and New York page satiate your intrigue.