Welcome to Your Home-Away-from-Home: Seattle's Best Bed and Breakfasts

Maybe you'd like to stay somewhere a little more personal than a hotel while visiting Seattle. Why not try a bed and breakfast? With courteous hosts and relaxed ambience, you'll be glad to trade the pleasant-but-anonymous hotel experience for a more welcoming home-away-from-home. You're not just another anonymous traveller, you're a part of the family. (For the stay, anyway!)

Are you looking for a place close to the UW campus? Visit the Chambered Nautilus, in the University District. Interested in staying close to downtown and near the city's attractions but prefer the B&B ambiance? Try the Bed and Breakfast on Broadway or Mildred's. Looking for a week (or weekend) getaway with attractive grounds for walking, sitting or taking in the evening air? Maybe Three Tree Point or the Greenlake Guesthouse is where you'll find your temporary home. Want to stay in nearby wine country, possibly take a tasting tour and coming 'home' to a welcoming retreat? Make reservations at the Meritage Meadow Inn. Most Seattle bed and breakfasts are in restored or remodeled Victorian or 1920s-era homes, many offer sizeable DVD collections to choose from, and almost all boast fast and secure wireless access. A few even welcome your canine or feline traveling companions!



Mildred's is excellent for leisure or business travelers, with Wi-Fi throughout the home, four suites with their own private baths, writing desks, comfortable in-room seating and the property's proximity to downtown. Established in 1982, this...  Read More



Another Capitol Hill guest house, the B&B Inn Seattle is perfectly located for both business and leisure visitors to the Seattle area. During the busy season, a full gourmet breakfast is served every morning, with a less formal continental-style...  Read More



This former captain's home in the Queen Anne neighborhood, a remodeled 1915 Arts and Crafts house, still has its original interior woodwork and box-beam ceilings. Fresh breakfasts are prepared daily, using herbs from the sizable garden. All the...  Read More

Bacon Mansion
Photo courtesy of Mozart Guest House


As you pass through the gates of this classical Edwardian-style Tudor, shields of red and white can be seen on the round stained glass windows. Built in 1909 on Seattle's Capitol Hill, this elegant home shows not only the trademark family crest,...  Read More



This Capitol Hill bed and breakfast in a quiet residential neighborhood is in a home built in 1906 and features hardwood floors, original stained glass windows and a graceful and elegant crystal chandelier in the dining room. The inn has four...  Read More

Three Tree Point Bed & Breakfast
Photo courtesy of Three Tree Point BNB


Offering amazing views of Mount Rainier and of the Olympic Mountains from its hillside vantage, Three Tree Point has just two accommodations - but they're both excellent choices. The Suite, decorated in contemporary style, offers a living room...  Read More



A beautiful 1925 home, located in the relaxing, family-oriented Maple Leaf neighborhood. The building has been completely remodeled, and suites combine modern amenities such as whirlpool tubs and wireless access with 'homemade touches' such as...  Read More



Located just outside of downtown Redmond, near wine-country Woodinville, this bed and breakfast is within 10 miles of over 90 wine-tasting rooms for some of Washington state's best wineries. The inn has five rooms, extensive common areas and...  Read More



Just fifty yards from Volunteer Park, the Mozart Guest House sits on one of the original Capitol Hill plots. The house is Neoclassic Greek Revival style, with a second-story porch that almost circles the entire house. (There was apparently a...  Read More



The pet-friendly Chambered Nautilus Inn, located near the University of Washington, offers gourmet breakfasts daily featuring locally roasted coffee. This comfortable urban oasis is housed in a 1915 Georgian Colonial with a well-tended garden....  Read More


Meet Corinne Whiting

Corinne hails from the other Washington, where she caught the travel bug early on. Corinne studied abroad in Strasbourg, France (undergrad) and in Edinburgh, Scotland (graduate school). She's...  More About Corinne