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Comfort, Convenience and a touch of luxury mark some of the features of the Bed and Breakfast on U. Street. The Victorian Architecture of the home can be seen in the hardwood floors, beautiful carved wood trim, decorative fireplaces and tall ceilings. Located just north of Dupont Circle proper, this home offers easy walking access to countless restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, shopping, and nightclubs.
There are four individually decorated guestrooms at the home. The second floor has a room with a queen-sized bed and private bath and a suite with a queen-size bed, sitting room with sleeper sofa and private bath. The third floor has two additional guestrooms, each with a queen-sized bed. These two rooms share a hall bath. All rooms have premium bed and bath linens. Further amenities include wireless Internet, color televisions with cable, and a continental plus breakfast.
“Exceptional location...”, “Quality appointed guestrooms...”, and “Genuine personal service...”, are just some of the accolades guests have bestowed upon the Bed and Breakfast on U. Street.
We are new B&B owners opening our doors in October of 2005. Since then, we have enjoyed guests from all over the world, made countless friendships, and have enjoyed the unique perspective these guests bring to our home. Our home offers visitors a choice of 4 guest rooms, 2 with private baths and 2 that share a bath, furnished with Victorian, but uncluttered flair. We provide complimentary WiFi to all rooms, televisions with cable to each room and a gourmet continental plus breakfast each morning.
The B&B is centrally located just north of Dupont Circle on U. Street, Washington’s newest hip neighborhood. Visitors will find many great restaurants, unique shopping, as well as plenty of the basics, pharmacies, convenience stores, dry cleaners, Starbuck’s and Caribou Coffee café's, Results gym and Whole Foods grocery. Access to the city’s Metro is 4 blocks (6-8 minute walk) at the Cardozo station for the green line. From here 2 stations brings you to the heart of Washington’s new Convention Center, or 2 more stations to the National Mall and Smithsonian’s. On foot, we are less than 10 minutes to the Hilton Towers convention hotel or the Dupont Circle station for the Red line Metro. Additional Information
- We welcome well-behaved children of all ages and can provide a “Pack and Play” for an infant.
- We have 1 off street parking space which must be reserved in advance ($15 per night).
- All rooms have individually controlled window air-conditioning for the warmer months.
- Complimentary continental plus breakfast is served each morning including: fresh pastries, seasonal fruit, choice cereals, piping hot coffee, select teas and juice. Varied each morning, additional offerings include smoked salmon or assorted cheese platter.
- Complimentary WiFi access.
- Comfortable living room and parlor for guest use.
- Convenient location, minutes from the Metro, close to shopping and restaurants.
- Room choices to meet your budget needs.
There is a small rear patio where guests can relax outdoors during Washington's long spring and fall seasons. There are two common rooms for guest use on the first floor, perfect to read a book, or plan the day's sightseeing activities. Smoking is not allowed inside the B&B, but guests may make use of the rear patio or small front porch. If you are traveling by car to DC, this home can provide one off street parking space. This must be arranged in advance, and carries an extra fee of $15/per night.
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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 host a mix of business and leisure travelers and seem to be popular with foreign travelers as well.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We are situated in a great location, which our guests really enjoy. We are also known for our very reasonable rates.
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 check out the Smithsonian Museums, the city's numerous historical monuments, and the bustling city life.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
The best compliments we receive are about our comfortable beds, super convenient location, and appreciation of the local knowledge we as hosts offer.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Visitors to Washington, D.C. are actually quite surprised at how much there really is to do here.
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?
There are more than 80 restaurants within a 15 minute walk, as well as museums, Rock Creek Park, and great shopping.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Washington has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the US. All types of food are available, mostly from local, independent restaurants offer a wide range of cuisine.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 5 rooms.
Do you accept pets?
We are not able to accommodate pets.
African Art Museum 202-357-2700
Air and Space Museum and Udvar-Hazy Center 202-357-2700
American Art Museum and its Renwick Gallery 202-357-2700
American History Museum 202-357-2700
American Indian Museum 202-357-2700
Anacostia Museum (African American history and culture) 202-357-2700
Arts and Industries Building (Discovery Theater) 202-357-2700
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum 202-357-2700
Freer and Sackler Galleries (Asian art) 202-357-2700
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (modern and contemporary art) 202-357-2700
National Zoo 202-357-2700
Natural History Museum 202-357-2700
Portrait Gallery 202-357-2700
Postal Museum 202-357-2700
Smithsonian Institution Building, the Castle (visitor information) 202-357-2700
African American History 202-357-2700
National Gallery of Art 202-737-4215
Monuments and Memorials
African American Civil War Memorial 202-667-2667
Arlington National Cemetery 703-607-8000
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial 202-376-6704
Jefferson Memorial 202-426-6841
Korean War Memorial 202-426-6841
Lincoln Memorial 202-426-6841
National Mall 202-485-9980
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial 202-737-3400
U. S. Navy Memorial and Heritage Center 202-737-2300
U.S. Holocaust Memorial & Museum 202-488-0400
Vietnam Veterans Memorial 202-634-1538
Vietnam Womens Memorial 202-426-6841
Washington Monument 202-426-6841
Theatre and Performance
Arena Stage 202-544-9066
Capitol Steps 703-683-8330
Folger Shakespeare Library and Theatre 202-544-7077
Ford's Theatre 202-347-4833
John F Kennedy Center 202-467-4600
National Theatre 202-628-6161
Studio Theatre 202-332-3300
The Improv Comedy Club 202-296-7008
The Shakespeare Theatre 202-547-1122
The Warehouse Theater and Cafe 202-783-3933
The Washington Ballet 202-362-3606
Warner Theatre 202-628-1818
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts 703-255-1900
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company 202-393-3939
Black Fashion Museum 202-667-0744
Capitol Childrens Museum 202-675-4120
City Museum 202-383-1800
Corcoran Gallery of Art 202-639-1782
DAR Museum 202-879-3241
Hillwood Museum 202-686-8500
International Spy Museum 202-393-7798
National Building Museum 202-272-2448
National Geographic Society 202-857-7588
Museum of Women in the Arts 202-783-5000
Navy Museum 202-433-4882
Kreeker Museum 202-337-3050
National Aquarium 202-482-2826
Phillips Collection 202-387-2151
Textile Museum 202-667-0441
Theodore Roosevelt Island 703-289-2500
Tudor Place Historic House and Garden 202-965-0400
Washington Dolls' House & Toy Museum 202-244-0024
Woodrow Wilson House Museum 202-387-4062
Other points of Interest
Arlington National Cemetery 703-607-8000
Bureau of Engraving and Printing 202-874-2330
Federal Bureau of Investigation 202-324-3000
Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens 202-426-6905
Library of Congress 202-707-8000
Mt. Vernon 703-780-2000
MCI Center 202-628-3200
National Archives and Records 202-501-5000
Rock Creek Park 202-895-6000
Supreme Court of the United States 202-479-3211
US Capitol 202-225-6827
Union Station 202-289-1908
Washington National Cathedral 202-537-6200
White House 202-456-2200
White House Visitor Center 202-208-1631
Walter E.Washington Convention Center 202-249-3000