- Short Stay Lodgings invites you to stay at either of our two bedroom suites or our three bedroom home known as Pension Rebecca. Each accommodation boasts a fully equipped kitchen and private full bathrooms. Short Stay Lodgings is perfect for those who enjoy cooking for themselves and perhaps need a bit more space and amenities for longer term stays than a hotel room might provide. Each suite has two bedrooms with Queen beds and each sleep up to six guests. The home has three bedrooms and sleeps up to eight guests. There is a washer/dryer in each suite. Our Franklin Street Inn provides Eco-friendly cleaning products,linens, and towels and has walk-ability to all of downtown including Farmer's Market, boutique restaurants,theater, shops, the boardwalk, and The State Capitol. We specialize in longer term stays and provide a continental breakfast. Short Stay Lodgings at Franklin Street were completely remodeled in 2007. The upstairs was originally built in 1926 and was raised up and a brand new unit was added underneath. Something old and something new. We also offer a lovely garden and deck in the yard. The public library is next door, The State Capitol is around the corner, and the local swimming pool and work-out equipment are just a short two blocks away. Pension Rebecca, our three bedroom home, allows for a small pet and has a fenced yard for children. The home is only short five minutes from our two bedroom accommodations and close to the Evergreen State College. Come enjoy the privacy and amenities at "Your Home Away from Home" at Short Stay Lodgings- Franklin Street Inn and Pension Rebecca!
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Great place in walking distance of downtown Olympia
Our family needed an apartment for a holiday weekend in Olympia. The 2-bedroom upstairs apartment was just the place to be with the family, with all the kitchen things we needed, washer...
- posted on 11.28.11
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