We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Build in 1910 this is an older but cosy Inn the rooms are each different but they have tried to keep them current with the amenities. Location and quietness are the other positives. The breakfast is minimal but fresh.
Character accommodation in a great central location with friendly staff. Close to the harbour and most attractions, particularly a multitude of mainly Italian restaurants. The main point of difference is however the late afternoon complimentary wine and cheese. A great opportunity to have more than...More
This is the second time we've stayed here. The hotel is an older hotel with antique furnishings.
There is no elevator, but we choose a room that was one flight to the room. There are other rooms which
have at least two flights of stairs....More
We stayed in room #15...the small one with the shower in the room. there were small end tables on each side of the bed with lights, drawers, and electrical bars below. There was a small ottoman, a folding TV tray, and a medium cabinet with...More
I spent a total of 6 nights at the hotel, the first two on my own in a small room and I was joined by my wife for the last four evenings in a slightly larger room.
THe single room was tiny and as the...More
The aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans, the sounds of opera, and the sights of the romantic Italian ristorante come together to create the charming neighbourhood of North Beach, once the stomping grounds for the Beatnik Generation. Although parts of North Beach are known for nightlife that’s not always suitable for younger visitors, few neighbourhoods in the city exude as much European charm and style.
Peruse a bookstore for the literature of Kerouac, Ferlinghetti and Ginsberg, grab some gelato and head to Washington Square for a perfect afternoon of people watching. Just east of North Beach, the hills and staircases of Telegraph Hill are a unique delight. At its peak, the art deco Coit Tower provides sweeping panoramic views of the bay and city. The beautifully landscaped Filbert Street Steps, a street too steep for a roadway, rewards those willing to hike uphill. Keep your ears open and you might even hear the squawk of the wild parrots who call this neighbourhood home.