All Seattle, Washington bed and breakfasts that are members of the Seattle B&B Association are 30 minutes or less from the Sea-Tac International Airport, which is located south of Seattle. Our member inns are easily accessible from Interstate 5 and State Route 99 and are great hotel lodging alternatives. Seattle offers a variety of alternative transportation opportunities to make your stay safe and enjoyable.
A. 11th Avenue Inn 800-720-7161
B. Bacon Mansion 800-240-1864
C. Bed & Breakfast on Broadway 206-329-8933
D. Seattle Hill House 866-417-4455
E. Mildred's B&B 800-327-9692
F. Shafer Baillie Mansion 800-985-4654
G. Sleeping Bulldog 206-325-0202
H. GreenLake Guest House 866-355-8700
I. Chelsea Station Inn 206-547-6077
J. 9 Cranes Inn 206-855-5222
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K. Inn of Twin Gables 866-INN-3979
L. Guest House B&B 866-439-7576
M. Eagle's View 888-476-3746
N. Olympic View 206-200-8801
O. Three Tree Point 888-369-7696
P. Chambered Nautilus Bed and Breakfast Inn 800-545-8459
Q. Villa Heidelberg 800-671-2942
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Seattle's Unique Neighborhoods
Seattle's unique neighborhoods are all located within minutes of downtown and are easily accessible by bus.
This neighborhood just east of downtown exemplifies the city's diversity. The main drag "Broadway" entertains day and night. See everyone from students to seniors strolling and shopping at a variety of neighborhood shops, galleries, cafes, and restaurants. Home to Volunteer Park, a 44-acre respite featuring the Seattle Asian Art Museum, a beautiful Victorian conservatory, the water tower with a great view, and Lakeview Cemetery, where many famous people, including Bruce Lee, are interred. Close to Japanese Gardens, Arboretum, and all points of interest.
Inns in Capitol Hill: 11th Avenue Inn, Bacon Mansion, Seattle Hill House, Mildred's B&B, Shafer Baillie Mansion
Fremont is the self-proclaimed "Center of the Universe." Funky and fun with plenty of restaurants and shopping, it is located ten minutes from downtown. Head up the hill and enjoy the mountainous views from Phinney Ridge. Our 90-acre Wooodland Park, including its trails, the Woodland Park Zoo, and the adjacent Green Lake Park is perfect for an afternoon walk before enjying dinner at one of Seattle's best neighborhood restaurants.
Inns in Freemont/Phinney: Chelsea Station Inn B&B, 9 Cranes Inn
This neighborhood is in north central Seattle. Its centerpiece is the lake, surrounded by Greenlake Park, which is a beloved favorite of all Seattle. The park's amenities include 3 miles of walking/biking trails around the lake's perimeter, as well as tennis courts, swimming, boating, a theater, and a playground. The neighborhood is a wonderful oasis in the heart of the city.
Inns in Greenlake: Greenlake Guest House
Queen Anne Hill
Located to the north of downtown, this is one of Seattle's most scenic neighborhoods. Queen Anne combines sensational views with quiet residential elegance and many shops, restaurants, and coffee houses. At the base of the hill is the 74-acre Seattle Center which was the site of the World's Fair and home of the Space Needle, the Monorail to downtown, the Pacific Science Center, the Fun Forest Amusement Park, the Children's Museum, the Opera House, the Intiman and Repertory Theatres, and the Key Arena - home of the Seattle Sonics.
Inns in Queen Anne Hill: Inn of Twin Gables
The area of South Seattle is just 20 minutes south of downtown Seattle and 10 minutes from Sea-Tac Airport. Relax and enjoy the peaceful seclusion in quiet neighborhoods with spectacular water and mountain views.
Inns in South Seattle: Eagle's View B&B, Olympic View, Three Tree Point, Guest House B&B
The West Seattle area is just ten to fifteen minutes west of downtown Seattle, where you will find a community that looks back to the city lights and to Puget Sound and mountain views. You can relax and enjoy wonderful waterfront restaurants, watch the ferries pass, and stroll or bicycle along Alki Beach.
Inns in West Seattle: Villa Heidelberg
North of Capitol Hill, the University District is a vibrant collection of bookstores, coffee houses, and ethnic restaurants on the "Ave", the main street of this neighborhood. The University of Washington campus is a great place for a scenic walk and hosts the Burke Museum and the Henry Art Gallery. Combine this with proximity to the University Village shopping area and this neighborhood has something for everyone!
Inns in University District: Chambered Nautilus Bed and Breakfast Inn