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Welcome from the Seattle Bed & Breakfast Association!

Our innkeepers would like to welcome you to the Emerald City and invite you to experience an authentic “Seattle Way to Stay” at a neighborhood bed and breakfast. [Read Details…]

This association of independently owned, inspected, and professionally operated inns looks forward to helping you make the most of your stay in Seattle, whether you are here for a day, a week, or a month. We are located in neighborhoods close to downtown Seattle, the Pike Place Market, and other attractions. All of our B&Bs offer personalized service, breakfast, complimentary Wi-Fi and onsite or nearby free street parking.  Many of our member inns have been featured in publications, such as Conde Nast traveler, USA Today, Cooking Light, National Geographic Traveler, and other prestigious guidebooks. For reservations and personal assistance for specific information, see “Inns” page or contact the inn of your choice directly. Please check our online availability or call 206-547-1020 for general information.


Map of Seattle with the inns marked as small yellow houses

Upcoming Seattle Events and Festivals:


NOVEMBER  –  November 29 is the 2015 Amica Seattle Marathon.  From its humble beginnings in 1970 when a group of friends from the University of Washington decided to hold their own marathon, the Seattle Marathon Family of Events has grown into the largest combination marathon/half marathon in the Northwest and one of the top ten largest in the U.S. That first marathon 45 years ago sported 38 runners. This year, 15,000 participants are expected for the marathon and half marathon walking and running events. Join us November 29th for Seattle’s Original Hometown Marathon.

NOVEMBER  –  Holidays in Seattle:  Enjoy Parade and Star Lighting while you start your Christmas shopping this season.    The Macy’s Holiday Parade is on Friday, November 27, 2015.  Enjoy marching bands, costumed characters, floats, and Santa Clause beginning at 9:a.m. at 7th Avenue & Pine Street.   In the evening the Seattle Star Lightening on the side of Macy’s is at 5 p.m. followed by fireworks and festive music.

ALL HOLIDAY SEASON –   The Argosy Christmas Ship Festival parade is a must see.  Ride on board with the choir and listen from shore at a bonfire during the Christmas Ship Festival Parade around Lake Washington and Puget Sound.   

NOVEMBER – DECEMBER   The Nutcracker Ballet.  This holiday tradition for families and ballet lovers is a must see.  Enjoy the live orchestra, magnificent sets and costumes, and a huge cast in McCaw Hall at Seattle Center.  Enjoy the Balanchine version in 2015.

Ring in 2016 at the NEEDLE!  Seattle has an obvious focal point for their New Years Eve events, with the fireworks display from the famous Seattle Space Needle providing the central point for the city’s celebrations. Towering above the city and dominating the horizon, Seattle’s fireworks are some of the easiest to find a good vantage point for, meaning you can linger just that little longer in your chosen bar or   restaurant – just make sure to book well in advance as the city will be packed!