My partner and I stayed here in 2012 October. We were in the blue room (#8). It was a large room, new flat screen TV, large closet with dresser and 2 racks for suitcases and lots of hanging space for clothes. Bed (queen) was comfy. Bath had a good size shower, no bathtub. It was the first time we had been to a B&B. The entrance and common areas were very nice, deep rich dark wood and the area (Pacific Height) is surrounded with million dollar homes. Just stunning. We decided to walk to Fishermans Warf upon arrival to see the neighbourhood and get a feel for the city. It was downhill and we strolled and took about 35-40 minutes. All downhill. Returning I would recommend the bus as uphill .Breakfast was a nice start to the day it included, juice, milk, toast, coffee, muffins, croissants, yougart, granola, cereal. Tea and cookies are served at 3:30. We really enjoyed having tea in the library. We did not have a vehicle and we purchased the City Pass (we were there for 5 days), which was an awesome deal. Bus drivers so friendly and helpful. Bus stops close by. Be adivsed that evening buses (the #10) only runs mon to fri until 7pm. So you will need to walk a few short blocks back to the B&B if your returning back after that time. There may have been another bus but were not aware of it. It was our first visit to San Francisco so took a bit to understand the bus system. We loved the location, residential but close walk to Union St and shopping, a good stroll to Pier 39 and the house is authentic. I would stay here again for sure. The staff friendly, helpful. It was very quiet in the home, we did meet a few of the quests in the common kitchen at breakfast. There are trays to take your breakfast back to your room if you choose. As a reminder, this is an old home so dont expect modern furnishings and everything with straight clean lines (although tv's are new flat screen), the orginal hardwood floors squeak but its solid. The only thing I would state as not a positive was the blue wallpaper in bathroom could use a change and thats me just being picky.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in stately Pacific Heights, the Jackson Court is a magnificent brownstone mansion built in 1900. An arched entrance and flower-lined courtyard welcome you to the understated elegance and serenity of Jackson Court. Each of the ten guestrooms is individually decorated in a blend of antiques and contemporary furnishings. ... more less
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