The Inn San Francisco

943 S. Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, California, 94110, USA

No other San Francisco bed-and-breakfast is as steeped in local lore as this Italianate Victorian mansion decked out in ornate poster beds, opulent Oriental rugs, and precious Victorian artifacts. The 27-room house once belonged to a city commissioner who struck it rich in the potato business, and was then dubbed the city's "Potato King"; for decades the inn has welcomed visitors to the vibrant Mission District. Guest quarters range from cozy (yes, that means snug) to spacious enough to fit a family (in the garden cottage). All guests have access to a generous buffet breakfast and a hot tub, great for chilly nights—although this inn is located in the warmest slice of San Francisco.

PROS

  • charming antiques
  • helpful staff
  • location on city's sunny side
  • extensive library of books about Northern California history
  • free street parking
  • pets welcome

CONS

  • neighborhood can be sketchy at night
  • some rooms are a tight squeeze
  • a couple rooms lack a private bathroom

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 415-641–0188 | 800-359–0913
Website: www.innsf.com

HOTEL DETAILS

21 rooms
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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