A charming, double-turreted Queen Anne home dating back to 1890.
This pleasant B&B is situated in the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, across the street from Volunteer Park, where Bruce and Brandon Lee rest in its cemetery. The park is also home to the Asian Art Museum and the flower conservatory. Unlike at many traditional B&Bs, the four guest rooms (appropriately named Lace, Blue, Green and Rose) have private baths. Owner Melodee Sarver and her sons serve as hosts in this large, double-turreted Queen Anne home. The original style has been maintained, featuring rich wood in the entry and stairway and complementary design details such as lace curtains, red carpets, a baby grand piano and a fireplace. The wrap-around front porch is a favorite spot to take in breakfast, which is included in the rates. Wi-Fi is also free. The guest rooms come with TVs with DVD players, queen beds, writing desks and seating. Free street parking is available, although it can be a challenge in the neighborhood. Local bus service is constant and reliable.
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