Welcome from the Seattle Bed & Breakfast Association!

Our innkeepers 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, Forbes.com, 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 little yellow hous eicons to represent bed and breakfasts

September  1 – 16 Concerts at the Locks Enjoy a concert on the lawn at beautiful Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard, beginning at 2pm. You can bring your picnic and enjoy an afternoon under Seattle’s blue sky.                                                             September 7 – 9  Italian Street Fair Enjoy Italian food, Italian music, a beer and wine garden, children’s activities and weekend cooking demonstration at San Gennaro Festival of Seattle on Angelo Street in Georgetown.                                                  September 21 Lantern Parade Celebrate the equinox with lanterns, glowing costumes and music making at the Luminata parade of lights, beginning at Greenlake’s Aqua Theater and proceeds clockwise to the Bath House.                                       September 22 National Park Day Entry is free at Mount Rainier and Olympic National Parks. A great day trip to Washington’s beautiful mountains.                       September 20-29  Wooden Boat Festival Enjoy free boat rides, tours, live music, children’s activities and food/beverage vendors at the Center for Wooden Boats located at Lake Union. 

October – Dining deals abound during Seattle Restaurant Week, Sundays through Thursdays, Oct. 15-Nov. 2. More than 165 local restaurants are serving up three-course dinners for just $33, and many also offer three-course lunches for $18. 

November – Free National Parks Day November 11 – 12, 2017.  Entry is free at Mount Rainier and Olympic National Parks on Free Entrance Days in the National Parks

December – Enjoy Holiday activities throughout the whole month of December. Enjoy the Christmas ship parade on Lake Washington or Puget Sound.  November 24 through December 23 ride on board with the choir or listen from shore at a bonfire during the Argosy Christmas Ship Festival.  All month long The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs The Nutcracker by George Balanchine, with a live orchestra,