Carriage House on Capitol Hill
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Relaxed Blend of Past and Present
A home recently built in 2004 that accurately reflects the turn of the century history of its neighborhood with a few appreciated modern twists is conveniently located near the most popular sites.
The Carriage House on Capitol Hill in Washington, District of Columbia is conveniently located in the Historic District of the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The home is just across the street from Garfield Park, which offers public tennis courts, basketball courts, and a small playground in the heart of the city.
Many of the most popular attractions and historic sites in Washington D.C. are within walking distance of The Carriage House, including the National Mall where the US Capitol, Supreme Court, White House, and Library of Congress are located. The home is also only four blocks from the Capitol South Metro Station on the Blue and Orange lines, which will easily take you to any of the more distant sites you may wish to visit during your stay.
Each of the four guestrooms at The Carriage House on Capitol Hill boasts a private bath, complimentary wireless Internet, a television with a cable, and central air conditioning. In the mornings, from 7:30AM to 9:30AM, a relaxed continental breakfast is available with fresh coffee, select teas, local pastries, cereals, seasonal fruit, and a choice of juice.
The Carriage House is located in the Historic District of Capitol Hill. The home is not period construction, but rather a new home built in 2003 and 2004. The owners have integrated many architectural details that are in Washington homes built at the turn of the 20th century. Some of these details include 12' ceiling heights, the central circular staircase, salvaged carved doors, stained glass windows, carved paneling for accents and a mix of antique and new furniture. With the luxury of new construction, modern baths, central heating and air-conditioning, and modern appliances ensure that guests enjoy a comfortable stay.
The first floor of the home includes the living and dining areas as well as the eat-in kitchen. A central courtyard and a back yard provide guests with extensive outdoor space.
- Convenient Location- just South of the U.S. Capitol
- 4 Blocks to the Metro - Capitol South Station (Blue and Orange Lines)
- 4 Rooms, each with Private Bath
- Complimentary Wireless Internet
- TV with Cable in each Guest Room
- Relaxed, Continental Breakfast
- Walk to the Library of Congress, U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court
- Walk to the Rayburn, Longworth, O'Neil and Cannon Office Buildings for the House of Representatives
- Central Air-Conditioning
- Home to Mimi and Boots, your Feline and Canine entertainment.
The Coach House is a self contained unit separate from, but adjacent to the Carriage House B&B. The main house and the Coach House are joined by this common courtyard. Guests of both the Coach House and the main house are welcome to use this outdoor space. The Coach House offers approximately 1000 square feet of private space. The first floor includes a living room, dining area, kitchenette and half bath with laundry facilities. Wireless Internet is provided as well as a TV with cable in the living room.
There are two bedrooms in the Coach House, both on the second floor. This bedroom is furnished with a queen-size bed. The second bedroom has bunk beds, with a full-size bed on the lower level and a twin on the upper bunk. The second floor also includes a full bath. Please note, the second floor is accessed by a spiral staircase which may not be suitable for all guests
The second bedroom offers bunk beds. The lower level is a full-size bed, and the upper is a twin. There is a full bath on the second floor, as well as the other bedroom. Special note, the second floor of the house is accessed by a spiral staircase, which may not be suitable for all guests.
Just across the street from the Carriage House, Garfield Park offers outdoor green space in the heart of the city. The park includes public tennis courts, basketball courts and a small playground. It's a great place for an afternoon or early morning walk. For those looking for a more strenuous physical workout, "Results" gym is located less than two blocks from the house, and day passes are available.
This home offers four guest rooms, all located on the second floor of the house and accessed by a grand spiral staircase. Each room is furnished with a queen-size bed and includes a private bath with large walk-in shower. Rooms include complimentary wireless Internet access, and TV with cable. A relaxed, continental style breakfast is available each morning from 7:30-9:30. Enjoy fresh coffee, select teas, local pastries, tasty cereals, seasonal fruit and a choice of juice. Guests are welcome to dine at the large kitchen island or - when the weather is right - in the private courtyard.
All four guest rooms have the same amenities, so in order to best accommodate guests' varied schedules, we cannot guarantee a specific room. However, if staying in a particular room is important to you, we will make every effort to place you accordingly. Just please let us know of your preference when you make your reservation.
Your hosts are long-time residents of Washington, who together with their son, welcome visitors to their home. The family includes a cat named Mimi who also calls the house her home. Your hosts allow Mimi minimal access to the guest rooms, however those with allergies should consider whether this B&B is right for them. Regretfully, children cannot be accommodated at the Carriage House itself, however, just across the courtyard, a separate facility - "The Coach House" can. The Coach House is a self-contained, 2-story Town House with about 850 sq. ft. of space including: 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, living/dining areas, kitchenette, and laundry facilities.
Rates: $125-215. Rates change by season. Spring and Fall are peak seasons for Washington. Government per diem available.
Rates are seasonal, with Spring and Fall peak seasons for Washington. Special events, holidays and peak season weekends may require 3 night stays. Most advance reservations require a 2 night stay. Please call if you are looking for 1 night accommodations.
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Bed & Breakfast Accommodations, LTD.
1339 14th Street NW
Washington DC 20005
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Steven Lucas for sharing his own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
We have found that our guests come for one of two reasons, business or pleasure. Some are here to vacation and see the sites of the nation's capital, while others are here for business/government work.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
People remember us for our location and reasonable rates. People enjoy the fact that this is our private home as well.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Travelers who have never been to Washington D.C. should be sure to see the monuments, extensive Smithsonian Museum system and the many private museums and art galleries that are here.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
We love when people compliment us on what a great collection of artifacts we have as well as how they've enjoyed our homey hospitality.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
TVisitors are often surprised by just how much there is to do in Washington, D.C. Even more surprising are how many of those things are free!
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
For travelers staying more than just a weekend we suggest they take in the sights and visit some of the 15 Smithsonian Museums, 15+ monuments/memorials, and 13+ private museums.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Our guests can walk to all of the National Mall (where the Smithsonian Museums, Library of Congress, US Capitol, Supreme Court, Monuments, White House are located).
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Washington has too many great, locally owned restaurants to choose just one. Any type of food is available here.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
www.vacationrentalsdc.com – sights and attractions and traveler resources pages
How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 4 rooms plus a 2 bedroom townhouse.
Do you accept pets?
We are not able to accept guest pets (note we have a dog and cat in residence).
The Carriage House on Capitol Hill is a private home Bed and Breakfast located just south of the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress and National Mall. The home was built as new construction in 2003 & 2004 under the strict historic guidelines of the District’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Visitors will appreciate the close proximity to the National Mall, where many of Washington’s major sights and monuments are located, including: the White House; Washington Monument; Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials; and the WWII, Vietnam and Korean War Memorials as well as most of the Smithsonian's 15 locations. Other points of interest, easily accessible by foot or short Metro ride, include George Washington University, Georgetown, the offices of members of the House of Representatives (the Rayburn, O’Neil, Longfellow and Cannon Buildings), the U.S. Supreme Court and of course, the Capitol building itself.
Located at 3rd & South Carolina Ave SE
Washington, DC 20003
Exact street address provided with reservation.