We stayed in the Wakefield House across the street from the Odell House in the Library Apartment during this past Thanksgiving while visiting my son. The whole area where we stayed, The Browne's Addition, of Spokane is full of old mansions from the glory days of Spokane. Very historical. Our unit had a kitchen, dining room (which we had our Thanksgiving dinner), family room, bedroom and bathroom. The whole experience was pretty cool. As others mentioned this was an old mansion. We never saw the owners, but were in constant communication with them. All in all we plan to go back again! was a great experience.
Located in Browne's Addition neighborhood, one of many repurposed mansions, within walking distance of downtown. All rooms different, with short and longer-term rentals. Our room was furnished art deco. Clean kitchen. Our hostess has chickens and vegetable garden and left bowls of fresh eggs and veggies on the porch. Wraparound porch and beautiful landscaping very relaxing. It was kind of magical, with quail and raccoons running around and some beautiful architecture, a walking path, a nice park, and some restaurants nearby. I would absolutely stay there again.
Nice quiet location in a very nice neighborhood with other great old homes. We were in a huge room downstairs with plenty of space for two queen beds and an antique store's worth of assorted furniture. And a great porch to sit out on. Friendly welcome. There is no breakfast, but that's fine with us because we usually like to be up and off early
Professional, cordial, gracious. Who would open classy rooms like this to strangers with doggies? They have even created a little fenced yard to accomodated pets, with a gazebo there to enjoy. It is an amazingly beautiful, unique corner of Spokane just above where 2 rivers meet. There is plenty of walking places. My favorite is to follow the Spokane River into downtown, and enjoy Riverfont Park. I usually open my windows at night to hear the windchimes chime, and the trains pass by, over the great, old, magestic arched bridges serveral blocks down! It just feels like the early 1900's might have been.
Been traveling for work for over 15 years and this is one of the best places I ever stayed. I already wrote a lengthy review but I am not sure if it took. Location 2 minutes from downtown. Gorgeous neighborhood - amazing view from a cliff looking over the river. Just a perfect stay. Been here almost two months. Today is my last day and I hate to leave.