My wife and I stayed here for 3 days. We loved the place. The 1 problem we had was that we drove in from Tucson and had to park our car at the garage on Mission and Bartlett Streets - which is about a mile away. We parked our car there and left it there for the rest of the trip. There is no parking on the street or anywhere on the property. After arriving there 10 p.m, a long drive from Tucson, we found the key exactly where the innkeeper told us it would be. We got in and were very glad that the place was clean and we could use the restrooms. The bedroom was charming and clean. The bed is very comfortable. Even though it is centrally located and all 4 rooms at the bed and breakfast were occupied, we didn't hear anything at night. Each breakfast was created by Reddy, the innkeeper. I told her that I was a vegetarian and she made me special servings of whatever everyone else was having. She is an excellent cook and hostess. Part of the excellent experience we had was because of the other guests. We got to meet them and learn a little bit about their culture and home country during breakfast. We also got to talk a little about where we went the previous day and what our plans were for each new day. Reddy supplied us with some suggestions and books about where we could visit. There are 3 bedrooms downstairs and 1 upstairs. There is a bathroom on each floor. Once, the bathroom on the first floor was occupied so I had to go upstairs. Reddy mentioned that the people on the top floor don't pay extra for having a separate bathroom, so everyone can use whichever bathroom was not occupied. The property itself is small but very well-kept. I like the plants in the back and the quaint dead-end street about a 5-minute walk from both the Castro and Haight-Ashbury districts. Lastly, consider getting a 3-day Muni pass. The pass was $21 and included all buses, electric trolleys and cable cars. It only includes the subways which stay in San Francisco, not BART which goes into other cities. But at this location, you will not need to use BART anyway. There is a bus stop a few minutes walk from the inn.
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