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Union Street Inn

Union Street Inn, Cow Hollow

At a Glance

    Pros

  • personal service
  • Jane's excellent full breakfast
  • romantic setting

    Cons

  • parking in the neighborhood is tricky
  • no air-conditioning
  • no elevator

Fodorite Reviews

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Union Street Inn Review

Precious family antiques and unique artwork helped British innkeepers Jane Bertorelli and David Coyle (former chef for the Duke and Duchess of Bedford) transform this green-and-cream 1902 Edwardian into a delightful B&B. Equipped with candles, fresh flowers, wineglasses, and fine linens, rooms are popular with honeymooners and those looking for a romantic getaway with an English countryside ambience. The Carriage House, separated from the main house by an old-fashioned English garden planted with lemon trees, is equipped with a double Jacuzzi, refinished hardwood floors, and upgraded bathrooms. Other rooms promise comfortable beds, flat-screen TVs, new double-paned windows, a fruit basket upon arrival, and private bathrooms, many with stained-glass windows. An elaborate breakfast, which many guests rave about, is included, as are afternoon tea and evening hors d'oeuvres.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 rooms.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 05-02-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    the perfect location and garden

    The Union Street Inn is in the marina pacific heights district the roms are beutifully appointed, breakfasts are incredable and the garden is an oasis of tranquilty, only six rooms, super Inn

    by broecoy, 10/4/07
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    Noisy

    This is the first fodor's choice I would not return to or recommend. We had a room by the front door and it was loud, everytime someone entered you heard the door close. I was also noisy due to facing the street and loud drunk people out there at 2:45 am.

    by orlew92, 4/16/07

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