Walk to the downtown Seattle attractions from a charming B&B on a tree-lined side street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Rates are $99 - $229 per night for a room with queen bed and private bathroom. Please contact the 11th Avenue Inn Bed & Breakfast with the dates of your visit, and we will be delighted to provide availability and a rate quote. Rate depends upon season, length of stay, weekend or midweek, number of guests, specific room, etc. The lower rates are available Nov - Apr, mid-week, and for longer stays.
Walk to the Pike Place Market and to the other downtown Seattle attractions from the 11th Avenue Inn, a charming 1906 Seattle bed and breakfast on a tree-lined side street in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. We're near dozens of restaurants, shops, a popular park, and bus lines to downtown. Queen beds, private bathrooms, full breakfast, 9 guestrooms, free on-site parking lot, guest computers, and WiFi.
Check-in: Check-in any time between 10AM and 10PM. We'll schedule a check-in time with you when you make your reservation. Your room will be ready by 2PM, but you can arrive earlier to drop bags, get keys, and make yourself at home!
Check-out: Check out of the room is 11AM so we can prepare the room for incoming guests. You are welcome to store your luggage and leave your car at the Inn after room check-out while you enjoy the day in the city.
Minimum Stay: Please contact us, even if you are just in town for one night. Sometimes we can accommodate single night stays, while other times we require a stay of multiple nights for staffing reasons.
Children : We don't often have children stay with us, but children ages 12 and above are welcome to stay at the Inn.
Smoking: Enjoy a cigarette during a stroll to the nearby park or while taking a walk around the block. No smoking on the premises please.
Pets: We have no pets and can not accommodate pets, but many squirrels, robins, hummingbirds, and neighborhood cats frolic in the yard.
A better place could not be found,
With signs of spring all around.
The delicious breakfasts were first rate,
And were offered for two hours straight.
The room was comfy and the help was friendly;
All in all we certainly felt like family.
--Stan & Edith Beumer
The 11th Ave. Inn is excellent and I will stay there again in a couple months on my return to Seattle. David and his staff are professional and very helpful, without exception. My room was great and the bed very comfortable. The breakfasts prepared by Tomlinda and Albert were exceptional, although a low carb alternative offering every morning would be quite helpful for us diabetics. The Inn is furnished with period antiques that is like living in a museum. The location in Capital Hill is excellent with short walking distance to restaurants and stores. I highly recommend this Inn.
David was very gracious and helpful - he listened when I expressed concern about being a light sleeper in the apt below the kitchen, gave helpful maps and directions, and was great overall.
Our room was the small apartment on the bottom floor in the back of the house - so tucked away and separate from the other guests. It worked really well for us (as we are not morning people!!) and I would totally stay there again!
The location and the neighborhood is unbeatable if you want "real Seattle" and not a tourist trap like down by the waterfront - but also close enough that we did walk downtown also.
We arrived on a Friday night, and our host met us at the door, helped me with my bags, and gave us a little tour and handed us some information sheets including a map and some nearby places to go. There are nuts, fruit, and chocolates pretty much throughout the whole Inn. We stayed in the Topaz room, which had a queen bed and a twin-size bed, which was perfect since we were a party of three. The bathroom was plenty spacious, as was the room.
The breakfast was great. You get greeted with a glass of orange juice and you sit around a big table with other guests. Saturday morning we got an omelette with toast and grapes. Sunday it was oatmeal pancakes with berries, bananas, nuts, and whipped cream. And of course there is coffee, yogurt, nuts, etc. available as well no matter what's being served. The table is by a huge window, so be careful for that *one* seat that puts sun in your face. ;-)
The neighborhood is great. We were able to walk to a lot of things to do. We particularly like the Capitol Hill area because it reminds us of San Francisco (where we live). Great food, cool bars, and awesome shops.
I definitely will consider staying here again for future Seattle trips. Everyone was super polite and nice. Most of the guests were a bit older than us, but we didn't worry too much about fitting in. Just be quiet when you come in at night. Also, if you get the Topaz room, remember to shut the visor to the sunroof if you plan to sleep in a little bit. That sun will get you! ;-)
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I have lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood for 20 years. I enjoy hosting travelers in my favorite neighborhood in Seattle - Capitol Hill near Pike/Pine, Broadway, and downtown Seattle.