Welcome to our Washington DC Bed and Breakfast
Welcome to Washington DC! Our Washington DC bed and breakfast was built in 1898 and has been newly renovated, keeping some of the most beautiful wood work you have seen, as well as the original staircase that reaches upward four floors. Make yourself right at home and enjoy the city around you. Located between the Kalorama Neighborhood, Adams Morgan Neighborhood, DuPont Circle and Woodley Park, we have the perfect location for whatever is on your agenda.
Breakfast at our DC Inn
Each morning, wake up to the smells of a homemade breakfast served up by our own personal chef on the weekdays and our trained innkeepers on the weekends. Serving breakfast favorites, such as vegetable omelettes and buttermilk waffles, to breakfast dishes you are sure to love like Sweet Potato Hash and varieties of casseroles.
Things To Do in Our Neighborhood
Washington DC is a city that is full of activities, museums and events throughout each week, no matter if its winter, spring, summer or fall. Millions of people from all over the world travel here each year to enjoy all the city has to offer. There are many museums that most people know about and historical sites as well, but there are also many that are less traveled to and known about. Near DuPont Circle, The Phillips Collection has great exhibits that are sure to spark your interest, as well as, The Postal Museum and The National Building Museum, both located a short Metro Ride from our front door.
Business Travel in DC
Much of our clientele are business travelers from domestic and abroad. Many of them choose to stay with us because of our flexibility, location and our Government Per Diem Rates are usually lower than the national average. We also like to give our return guests a 5% discount each time they come back, be sure to ask for this when you book from our website. (***This discount, however, cannot be combined with other discounts/gift certificates or with a third party website.)
Washington DC is proud to host the annual Cherry Blossom Festival on the Tidal Basin, to celebrate the gift given to our nation’s capital by the mayor, Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo City, Japan. Join us on March 25 for the opening ceremony of the Festival is the Smithsonian American Art museum at 11:30AM. Hope to see you there! Looking for a place to stay? Get 10% off our original rates, call us to reserve at our Washington DC bed and breakfast.