We arrived around 6pm and a female employee let us in and said that the owner, Dave, was in the back and she would get him. David lives next door to the inn so he got there quickly. He gave us a tour and a history of the Inn and brought us to our room which was the Ruby room. The Inn is very nice classic, almost victorian, architecture. We went in August where the nights were still cool so no need for a/c. The Ruby room has no on-suite bathroom but this is stated in their web page, but the bathroom right outside the door is exclusive for the Ruby room so in that sense it's your private bathroom. Breafast is great and they advertise next day menu at the end of the day on a blackboard. Breakfast table seats ten and a good way to meet and converse with new people from all walks of life. We did not have a car but there is a bus stop nearby which takes you downtown. Their web page has accurate pictures and descriptions of the Inn and the area so it is a good way of determining if it is right for you. Overall, would recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Walk to the Seattle city center, to Pike Place Market, and to the downtown Seattle attractions from a charming Seattle bed and breakfast on a tree-lined side street. The Inn is two blocks from the Capitol Hill Link train station. Dozens of Capitol Hill neighborhood restaurants are nearby, and we're one block to a popular park and major bus stops. Queen beds, private bathrooms, free parking lot, free WiFi, free full breakfast. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- 11th Avenue Hotel Seattle
- 11th Avenue Inn b&b