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Located right above the popular restaurant "Sauce," Sleep over sauce is unlike the usual lodgings. They have guest rooms which can be hired by small groups or a single person. The decor is very tasteful and comfort has been given the prime importance. Service is friendly and helpful as well.
This is a Victorian townhouse mansion built in 1892 that now serves as a posh bed & breakfast in the Alamo Square Historic District. It has gained state recognition time and again, once awarded best restoration of a Victorian home by California Heritage Council and "The Best Bed & Breakfast" award by Chronicle Books' The Best of San Francisco guide. Its entire appearance inside and out, is wrought with architecture and furnishings from the Victorian Era. Its attention to service cannot be ignored. A stay here is guaranteed to be a pleasurable experience for every traveler. Even San Francisco, locals have been known to book a night in the inn for a romantic getaway.
Step into French-style luxury in this small and cozy bed and breakfast. A crackling fire, French artwork, and afternoon wine and hors d'oeuvres await you at this Nob Hill establishment. The rooms are large, comfortable, and luxurious, complete with queen-sized beds, French armoires, and fresh fruit. The ambience is inviting and the service from the friendly and efficient staff is first rate. The homemade French breakfast is the perfect complement to a refreshing visit to this charming bed and breakfast.
The White Swan Inn is a cozy little hotel situated atop Nob Hill in the Union Square area. This beautiful lodge has 26 rooms, including a suite, and they all reflect the old world charm of classic English inns. The antique wooden furniture, the lovely warm fireplaces, the floral wall paper in the rooms and the fine China take you back to the great old days of the Queen. It offers modern amenities like Internet access, a conference room, a fitness room, a computer workstation, your daily newspaper and the likes. So, now if you wish to escape into the past, you know where to go.
This unassuming house in the Mission District is really a cozy bed and breakfast. Originally built on what was known in the 1870s as Mansion Row, it was owned by John English, a City Commissioner known as the Potato King. It is now restored to its original Victorian elegance and offers individually decorated bedrooms awash with style. The Inn San Francisco is well equipped with guest friendly amenities and services.
A romantic hideaway on Russian Hill built in 1907, Annie's Cottage offers unique and charming accommodations. Stay in a vintage guest cottage behind the owners' home with a quiet garden setting and complete privacy. Enjoy the close proximity to many popular city attractions, or forget the hustle of the city altogether and relax. Furnished with lovely antiques, find a queen-size bed and other amenities in the rooms.
An opulent, distinct and magnificent bed & breakfast designed in a classic European fashion, Monte Cristo stands a class apart from the others. Experience the perfect blend of vintage and modern. It has all the amenities one might need when traveling with family or on a business trip. Thus, it has rightfully been voted as one of the "Top urban bed & breakfast."
Red Victorian Bed, Breakfast & Art is a gorgeous, historic B&B located on Haight Street. This lovely red Victorian home (as its name suggests) is a superb tribute to the '60s, with tie-dyed fabrics, a meditation room and various other decor elements that would transport you to a simpler time. Lest you forget what decade you are in, a computer in the lobby invites you to enter your thoughts into a large guest database. Attractions such as Kezar Stadium, Golden Gate Park and Buena Vista Park are all quite nearby. Rooms are well-furnished, with an elegant touch of old-world charm - each of which reflect a theme such as Summer of Love, Flower Child Room and the Peacock Suite, which features an avian motif and a bay window. Needless to say, The Red Victorian makes for an unforgettable stay.