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Reviewed January 22, 2017 via mobile

Bath street inn is a 10 bedroom home with 3 levels. Home was built in 1895 and has been an inn for 35 years. Each room has an attached bathroom. We stayed on the third floor where there were 3 bedrooms but we were the only occupants on our level during our brief stay. We were in the Tiffany room and had a very enjoyable stay. Place was immaculately clean. Beds were of the right firmness and very comfortable. No street noise. There is ability to charge an electric vehicle for a fee if needed but arrange for the parking spot in advance. Afternoon dessert and tea set out at 4pm but left out through the evening. Wine and cheese at 5:30pm-6:30pm. Scrumptious breakfast full sit down and service from 8am-9:30am. Wide assortment of books and VHS tapes that guests can borrow. There is a TV with VCR in the room. We enjoyed meeting the innkeepers who were so nice and helpful. There was a warm fireplace in the living room where we took breakfast which was a nice touch on a wet rainy day.

Date of stay: January 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Travelbug4321
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Reviewed January 17, 2017

The room was absolutely cute and relaxing, with tea, wine, cookies, cakes, and nice people to talk to. A perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. We appreciate everyone there taking the time to accomodate us and leave extra treats out for us even when we were on the later end of checking in. We will definitely look to stay here again.

Room tip: The patridge room
Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Cruz S
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Reviewed January 15, 2017

I took my fiance here for an early birthday surprise :) We loved how intimate and personal the staff made our stay feel. They were attentive to our dietary needs and made sure that everything was perfect! We loved that we could walk into downtown and how pretty the neighborhood is.The breakfast was delicious, and the best house made granola ever! We would love to come back and visit again.

Date of stay: January 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank NoelleMT
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Reviewed November 15, 2016

We stayed just one night on a trip from LA to SanFran. This place oozes old-fashioned charm. We stayed on a Monday night in October and so there were only perhaps two other couples who both seemed to be staying in the annex. We found ourselves alone for both the nicely presented wine and cheese hour before dinner and our tea and cake later in the evening so we had the charming common area all to ourselves. We stayed in the Balcony Room which was, as we had been warned, not for the tall or claustrophobic but would be especially nice for a single traveler. It did have everything we needed for a one night stay packed into it's compact space...comfortable queen bed in a slanted ceilinged nook leaving little space for anything other than a luggage rack, a small sitting area with two overstuffed chairs and a small tv, a very small balcony and a small but adequate bathroom with a stall shower that also had a slanted ceiling...no closet for hanging clothes which was fine for an overnight but would probably rule this room out for a longer stay. My only real negative was that I think it is time for the carpet to be replaced. For breakfast the next morning we chose the yummy hot egg dish and fresh fruit but there was also a selection of muffins, granola, yoghurt etc. From our arrival to our departure, the staff was friendly and helpful, engaging with us when we initiated conversation and otherwise leaving us to enjoy our own company...perfect! The location was ideal for us as the area was quiet but it was not within walking distance of the beach area and pier if that is important to you. A perk you don't find in many places...I left my favorite sweat shirt behind and they kindly mailed it back home to me.

Room tip: Annex rooms may be more modern. Take the bathroom into consideration as you may want or not want a shower over a claw foot tub.
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Irene P
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Reviewed November 14, 2016

The Bath Street Inn on site parking was tight with a full house of 10 rooms but was just manageable. The common areas were very pleasant and there are enough if you want to socialize or be alone. The welcome and greeting from Vickie was excellent - very informative about the Inn and it's amenities. There was a small fridge on each floor for guests' shared use. Excellent tea and cakes start at 4pm and carry on through the evening as you wish. There was wine and cheese plate between 5:30 and 6:30 pm and breakfast from 8-9:30. There was a book library and a movie library. Each guest is given a key for their room and for the external doors. It's a very comfortable, homey feel.

Our king room was on the third (top floor) up two flights of narrow stairs - the Summer Room. It's an okay size with bed, 2 night tables with reading lamps, vanity with mirror, table with TV, a plush chair, and a luggage rack. The 'closet' was behind the door and consisted of a bench and a pole with hangers. The room had carpet, wall paper, high sloped ceilings with some molding, a ceiling fan, one medium sized window and a small nook with sloped ceiling for a child's mattress or luggage area. The lighting was low with only 3 table lamps. The bathroom was small with toilet, pedestal sink and walk-in shower. The towels were good quality and there were toiletries. The water pressure was good for hot and cold water.

What I didn't like: they allow babies and children (I don't mind kids but not when I'm paying good money to relax and enjoy a B&B), the poor quality window blind hanging precariously by one side, the dated dry flowers hanging over the bed, the tiny little in-room TV/VCR units, the extremely soft uncomfortable bed, hearing in our room the crying baby from the second floor.

What I did like: the delicious assortment of fresh home baked cakes and cookies, the delicious breakfast, the comfortable and homey feel, the neighbourhood, the welcome from Vickie.

Overall I really liked it and would stay again but would request a room with a better bed.

Room tip: Summer Room has an extremely soft (i.e.: uncomfortable) bed
Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Katz2by2
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