Seasonally our offerings will vary. We strive to offer locally sourced organic ingredients as much as possible. We serve an expanded continental breakfast buffet that includes a variety of items including:
The buffet is offered from 8 to 10am. If you are departing for an early flight or function we are happy to prepare a to-go breakfast for you to bring along.
Our B&B guestrooms are furnished with queen, double or twin beds adorned with soft triple sheet bedding and fluffy down comfortors, bathrobes, a comfy lounge chair, television, ipod charging clock radios, and ironing board. Some rooms offer mini refrigerators. The entire home offers complimentary wireless internet access. Off-street parking is included in the rate for our main and upper floor B&B guests. Street parking is first come first serve for lower level guests along the alley behind our home.
As our guest at the Bed and Breakfast Inn Seattle you are welcome to use the workout facility at Anytime Fitness. Located just three blocks away you are welcome to purchase a guest pass for $10.00 per visit from the hours of 10am-7pm M-F and 10am-2pm Saturday. Please let us know if you need directoins. Walk-ins are welcome during their staffed hours.
As you may have heard, Seattle is a progressive city when it comes to cannabis. Since 2005 we have been a Cannabis friendly lodging establishment and are happy to assist you with making your visit to Seattle enjoyable. Please ask us if you are interested in tours or getting access to products from respectable, licensed retailers.
Seattle consistently has been rated one of the top spots in the country for bicycling. Not surprisingly, a substantial proportion of Seattleites use their bicycles for recreation or transportation. It is estimated that about 36% of Seattle's 520,000 citizens engage in recreational bicycling, and between 4,000 and 8,000 people bicycle commute in Seattle each day, depending on the time of year and weather conditions.
Be a Seattleite for a day and head over to the Burke-Gilman Trail for an uninterrupted, 15 mile, scenic trail along the water between Seattle's Freemont district and Kenmore.
Or, cycle along Lake Washington Boulevard through the Arboretum and botanical gardens for a memorable ride through lush gardens and stately mature trees. Head towards the Museum of History and Industry at the University of Washington Campus. Or head south and follow Lake Washington Boulevard towards Seattle's picturesque lakefront communities of Madison Park, Washington Park, Madrona, Leschi, Mt. Baker and Seward Park.
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