Jackson Court

2198 Jackson St., San Francisco, California 94115, USA

Michele Bigley

This B&B/time share in a converted 1900 brownstone mansion sits on a tony residential block of posh Pacific Heights. Elegance pervades the parlor, game room and guest quarters. The complimentary Continental breakfast can be taken back to your guest room, affording privacy often lacking in traditional B&Bs.

YOU SHOULD KNOW Parking in this neighborhood can be challenging. There is a garage nearby that charges about $30 a night.

room

Light, spacious rooms, some with fireplaces and window seats, blend antiques with contemporary furnishings and fresh flowers (when available). Flat screen TVs, free newspapers, and complimentary Wi-Fi can also be expected.

bathroom

Private bathrooms feature bathtubs, phones, and hair dryers.

lobby

An unusual hand-carved fireplace with gentle faces (said to depict the original owners) is the centerpiece of the parlor, where afternoon tea and cookies are served. The adjacent wood-panel game room is stocked with local information, books, and games.

dining

Free Continental breakfast served in the upstairs breakfast room can also be taken on trays back to your room or downstairs to the parlor.

drinking

Walk over to Palmer's Tavern (5-minute walk) for a pint of beer or a nightcap.

LOCATION

Getting Around

Parking proves a challenge for most in this sought-after zip code. If you leave the car at home, the Muni bus stops within a couple blocks, connecting travelers to downtown and outer neighborhoods. Walkers will find parks, restaurants, bars, and shopping all within a short gander.

Restaurants

Wander along Fillmore Street to find a wealth of shops, restaurants, and bars. Favorite eats in this stretch include curries atop dosas (pancakes) at Dosa on Fillmore (15-minute walk), or hearty sandwiches, egg fare, or coffee and cake at The Grove (11-minute walk).

Bars

Rum based drinks and salty snacks prove a refreshing break from all that retail therapy at Fresca (15-minute walk). Sample California vinos while listening to acoustic music at The Wine Jar (15-minute walk).

WHY WE LIKE IT

Historic aesthetics, an intimate experience and a great location make this B&B a winner for those who don't want to stay downtown.

QUICK FACTS

Historical
10 rooms
Breakfast Yes
Lunch No
Dinner No
Bar No
Cafe No
Yes
Free Parking,Parking Lot
No

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 415-929–7670

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