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Welcome to Our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast

Set in the heart of inspiring Washington, D.C., our Bed and Breakfast Inn embodies the spirit of history. Let our elegant home transport you to a place set in the city where some of the most influential decisions are made in the world! As you walk through our doors you will be embraced by the matured wooden walls and floors, classical furniture, with vintage decor. A pleasant greeting from our Innkeepers Hannah, Marcos, or Brianna will make you feel at ease and welcomed to our home.

American Guest House can be an ideal venue for a summer gateway, traveling to DC to explore the many wonders. Our Innkeepers willingly provide each guest with information on some of the greatest spots to visit, delicious restaurants, exciting events, or hidden secrets of this amazing city. Or, if you are traveling to DC for business our Inn is located close to many of the hotels that hold conventions and annual meetings like the The Walter E. Convention Center being very short distance away.

Guests at our American Guest House Bed and Breakfast can enjoy a delicious handmade breakfast made by our talented chef, Kevin, during the week days, and our resident innkeepers, Hannah and Marcos, on the weekends. Each have their own style of cooking allowing the guests staying multiple nights with a fresh variation of breakfast meals to start their days off happy and healthy. Guests can also enjoy leisurely strolls through Kalorama into DuPont Circle or Adams Morgan to some of the best shops and restaurants.

Whether you are joining us for work or pleasure, rest assure that here at American Guest House we will make it an experience to remember.

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Washington DC Getaways

Starting to plan your Labor Day Weekend? Here in our nation’s capitol is the best place to celebrate the last days of summer. The National Symphony Orchestra takes place on the Sunday before Labor Day on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. Gates open at 3 p.m. enough time to grab a blanket and have a picnic before the concert that starts at 8 p.m. If relaxing and listening to music isn’t how you’d like to spend your days off try kayaking or canoeing along the Potomac through the rentals offered at the Thompson Boat Center or the Key Bridge Boathouse. While your planning out your trip, plan to stay with us! We will make sure your Labor Day is celebrated the right way!

A note from your innkeeper:

Theater in DC during July and August:  Disney’s The Lyon King at the Kennedy Center will be playing thru August 17th.  The Tempest Shakespeare’s Magical Tale - Olney Theatre Center, Outdoor Stage – July 15 – August 3, 2014.  Dirty Dancing – National Theatre. August 26 – September 14