Seattle is a welcoming city with friendly people, which may help explain the high number of bed and breakfasts in and around the city. If you like the homey feel of a good B&B over a hotel, there are plenty to choose from, from the cozy to the elegant.
Capitol Hill is covered with bed and breakfasts, most located on quiet streets in stark contrast to the neighborhoods otherwise bustling streets and crazy nightlife scene. The Bacon Mansion is an Edwardian-style Tudor home with several guest houses, while Mildred's B&B is an 1890's Victorian home that offers four rooms with private baths.
The Bed and Breakfast on Broadway was originally built in 1906 and features hardwood floors and stain glass windows. Sprawling over 14,000 square feet, the Shafer Baille mansion is a gorgeous Tudor revival home fit for picturesque bridal pictures.
Located in the University District, Chambered Nautilus is a 1915 Georgian Colonial home that offers gourmet breakfasts and warm hospitality. Nearby, Academe Arms is an excellent choice for prospective students or business travelers visiting the University of Washington.
5005 22nd N.E.
4761 21st. Ave., NE University District near UW
1013 15th Ave E (at Ward St)
Great rooms and excellent service... read more