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Noe’s Nest is a charming bed & breakfast, nestled between San Francisco’s Noe Valley and Mission District in the heart of the city. This quirky and eclectic b&b provides a charming alternative to larger chain hotels, with unique accommodations and great amenities in a friendly...
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We came to check in today for two nights. We were given a room with the bathroom down the hall!! When i asked if it makes sense that my wife should leave the room in the middle of the night and go through all the...More
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Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 6 days ago
We apologize for the miscommunication with your room. While we haven't received any complaints about this in the past, you definitely should've been notified of the bathroom situation. We appreciate your feedback, though, and we hope you'll consider giving us another chance in the future....More
Definitely loved staying in Sheila’s gorgeous home - great area and preferred it to staying city centre, as we felt we saw more of the local life - near great cafes and plenty transport. We enjoyed sleeping in the Venetian room - bed was very...More
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Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded April 30, 2018
Thelma, we're thrilled to hear you enjoyed staying with us as much as you did! Thank you kindly for all your wonderful compliments -- we'd love for you guys to come back and visit us and our beautiful city again someday soon.
We were in the Bay area for a family wedding, and wanted a couple of days in SF to visit friends. We found Noe's Nest online, and were very pleasantly surprised.
You must ask for the Cabana Room. It is downstairs, has a separate, side...More
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Response from Cindy T, Owner at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded December 20, 2017
It's wonderful to know you loved your stay with us! I'm glad you enjoyed the Cabana Room so much, and I'm so happy you and your guests were impressed by the art and the vibe here. Thanks for all your support -- I hope you'll...More
Stayed here towards the end of October and thoroughly enjoyed my two nights, in this really charming home thanks to my lovely and beautiful hosts Shelia and Cindy. My room was very comfortable and straight away I felt I was staying with family not strangers...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded December 5, 2017
We're looking forward to it too! It was a blast hosting you and sharing the spirit of the '60s -- we like to think Jimi wrote Electric Ladyland for our place. Can't wait to see you again the next time you're in San Francisco!
First of all, this guesthouse is not for people who love standardised and sanitised hotels. It is in old house full of personal items. Some people would call it weird. It is located in nice neighbourhood 5 minute walk from BART station. We were upgraded...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded November 23, 2017
Ezis, I really appreciate you sharing your support for what we do here, and I'm so happy you're a fan of the decor and the atmosphere we've created. It was wonderful having you, and I hope you'll be back for another stay sometime in the...More
Noe’s Nest is a charming bed & breakfast, nestled between San Francisco’s Noe Valley and Mission District in the heart of the city. This quirky and eclectic b&b provides a charming alternative to larger ...Morechain hotels, with unique accommodations and great amenities in a friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Our great location puts you just moments away from the fun mix of shops, restaurants, coffee cafes, bars and novelty stores on Valencia Street Corridor and the famous Mission Street. Less
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From burritos to bicyclists, the Mission is the foundation for all things hip in the city. Cultural attractions, an independent arts community, sumptuous street murals and a high density of bars and cafes make this neighborhood a magnet for young people. While terrific inexpensive food is abundant, its top-of-the-line restaurants now compete with the city’s best for fashionable diners. Indulge as the
locals do by heading to Mission Dolores Park, buy some ice cream, and savor one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country.