Toulous Lautrec room awaits you

Bed & Breakfast - Private room · Airport Way, Seattle, WA 98108, United States

Amazing vintage room in posh 1904 building. Beds are comfy ,rooms are classic Close to airport and across the street from three major bus lines. We will make your visit enjoyable. Come stay with us in our culturally rich neighborhood ,arts abound

The Space

Our new room is the Sexy Toulouse Lautrec Room
Parisian Style for your stay. This room has a queen size bed and fits two comfortably. Great place to eat, shop and take in the local art scene

This is our newest room renovated and ready for your romantic stay. Book this saucy room located in the heart of the arts district in Georgetown , Seattle. This room features early 1900's French boudoir style furnishings in honor of French post impressionist artist Henri Toulous Lautrec. This room is simple posh,colorful and very Moulin Rouge with heavy satin red curtains to block out the sun for late sleepers,velvet pillows and soft carpet. You will have vintage tea service provided for you upon request.
More about our lovely building and neighborhood

Our new building has three private rooms from the 1904 vintage era. This building has a VERY interesting history and features comfortable rooms with lovely wood floors and wainscotting down the hallways. Restored with antiques and your very own private room,shared kitchen and an AMAZING large bathroom with the worlds most amazing shower (think mexican tiled heaven with 6 shower heads ) bathroom is shared only with the other bed and breakfast rooms and our night manager . Our new space is surrounded by art and creative studios with our resident Sweet Jack Russell wandering around with your host to say hello occasionally. Dog is kept out of the guest rooms unless asked in so note that they are very clean but probably not for those highly allergic to dogs/ not allergy free. You will have full access to our kitchen and it's cooking facilities, bathroom and wifi. Your room is your own private sunny space. Although your room is private you share the building with the owner and her own art studio and artists from diverse back grounds who are very respectful of all guests. This space is lovely and fairly quiet most of the time(quiet hours are 10pm - 8am) but it is in a hopping part of town some noise happens here occasionally, please if you need absolute silence to sleep this may not be the place for you. So don't expect crickets singing as this is NOT a suburban area, it is an industrial Arts district. This is a tidy but eclectic space and it is a creative oasis that is easily accessible to and from downtown Seattle., The building now features a swanky bar ,coffee shop and salon right downstairs and the neighborhood features lots of fun shops and restaurants within feet of our door. Easy access to many tourist attractions via bus that goes in front of the house to downtown Seattle. The room is tidy and all amenities are available to you plus your own bathroom. Please feel free to purchase food and use kitchen at your leisure. Coffee/tea/ in the morning if you desire. Host will provide all linens,towels,hair dryer,curling irons etc. If you have a special request please feel free to ask, we probably have it....we have everything :).
*Laundry services*
We no longer provide laundry services,sorry

This building is lovely and is 112+ years old so please be respectful of her and she will provide you with a sweet oasis from the bustling city. We enjoy making your stay comfortable. Animal friendly Children are welcome to come with you with pre approval and $150 damage deposit. This (email hidden)ly neighborhood with a bus right across the street for your 15 minute ride into downtown. You will have lots of fun but if you do not want a fun cultural experience then you probably want to stay in a vanilla flavored hotel and not here in our Neopolitan flavored art heaven. Many guests have enjoyed their stay in Georgetown with us ,as you can see from the reviews . We will try to help you get around and be comfortable in your stay. Easy access to downtown/space needle/ Alki Beach and points beyond... You will be provided with an amazing map of Georgetown and a Lonely planet guide to Seattle upon your arrival. Enjoy and we look forward to hosting and meeting you in 2013

Guest Access

Private and quiet room,full kitchen and amazing shower with 8 shower heads . Enjoy the fun in the neighborhood ,we have restaurants,bars and lots of art studios

Interaction with Guests

I am welcoming and available to help you feel oriented in your temporary home and neighborhood. I am easily available but stay out of your business respectfully

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 3
Beds: 1
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $430 /week
Monthly Price: $1400 /month
Security Deposit: $100
Cleaning Fee: $10
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM
Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Dog(s)

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • Beautiful, fabulous, and VERY comfortable room! We slept very well in the ultra comfy bed this room has. It comes with two fantastic bathrobes, which I completely forgot about til the last day! So if you stay in this room, don't forget about the bathrobes!
    Angielena is an amazing host and made the check in/out processes super super easy. I want to LIVE in this building! It's awesome!

    April 2014
  • My stay at Angielena's glorious Georgetown building was so wonderful and comfortable - and she is such a lovely, charming and accommodating host! The building itself reeks of history - just walking down the hallways and hearing the creaks of the hardwood floors and staircase gave me goosebumps wondering what stories the walls could tell. If you want a good experience exploring one of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods, stay a weekend roaming around Airport Way, grab a drink at one of the many fun bars, get a haircut at Spectrum House, pick out some vinyl at Georgetown Records - and stay at Angielena's place, which is right in the center of it all!

    February 2014
  • Angielena was very nice. The value isn't bad but I think a couple changes would really make this a good value. First, a cheap fix would be to add 3 more coat hooks in the bedroom...a couple for hanging your towels and a couple for hanging coats, etc. The room and bathroom was clean. Gripes: the bed wasn't supported very well on one side, the transom window is way too bright at night (I ended up unscrewing the hallway light...sorry!) and the bathroom is bit of a walk from the room. It's in a cool & funky building and a cool neighborhood. It's close to the freeway and downtown.

    February 2014
  • Inspiring house, surrounded by art and artists, good place for concentration, working and to relax. Thank you Angielena - for the good art tips and the hosting! see you soon:-).

    November 2013
  • We spent three nights in Georgetown at Angielena's bed and breakfast. She was very nice and welcoming. It was unusual and pleasant to stay just nearby an art studio and in that nice old brick building with lot of charm. We appreciated the former industrial neighborhood with great restaurants just next door, artsy shops, and a local brewery. The Toulouse Lautrec Room was small, we were surprised that the window could not be opened, so we had to use the fan or the air conditioner unit (old and noisy), which was quite annoying. The breakfast provided was coffee, juice and a pack of muffins to share with other room guests that was not sufficient after a couple of days.
    Kitchen and bathroom were well-equipped and clean. Easy access to downtown through bus that stops just across the street.

    August 2013
  • This is a charming and cozy place to stay. The building is old and classy and FULL of art--in the rooms, in the hallways, in the studios of all the artists who work there.
    As mentioned by other reviewers, the bathroom is super cool.
    Host Angielena is wonderful. Very knowledgeable about the building and the Georgetown neighborhood and she's genuinely concerned about making you feel welcome, safe and comfortable (I had a minor problem with my room and she helped fix it immediately.)
    The Trailer Park Mall takes place just behind the building and there's a sweet back porch area overlooking it. I didn't get a chance to enjoy either one properly--it was a busy trip this time around, but when I come to Seattle again, I know where I'll stay!

    August 2013
  • This was an awesome place to stay and Angielena was super cool. It's located in Georgetown, an old industrial area with awesome buildings (one of which holds this room) that has become a sort of arts district. Behind the building is the "Trailer Park Mall," a sort of flea market/vintage shop gig with vendors selling out of old-school trailers. "Art Attack", a monthly art walk happened to correspond with our visit along with some surprise entertainment--a drag show--on stage in the Trailer Park Mall. We had the perfect vantage point for the show, the balcony porch on the back of the building. Also, the room was clean and comfortable and the (shared) shower was awesome.

    August 2013
    Response from Angielena:

    I am soooo happy to have met you both and I am glad that you appreciated the circus that is Georgetown. You two are a great couple's pretty nice to see happy couples:)

  • Talk about lovely! If you want an inspiring, friendly and cozy place to rest your found what you're looking for. First let's talk about the space....private room, shared quiet kitchen and the most amazing "Barry white" bathroom. I could spend days in that shower! not to mention that you share the building with the friendliest, most creative and innovative local artists in that part of town!

    Now about our host: Angielena is extremely kind, incredibly helpful, informative and honest. We instantly felt welcome and free to respectfully be at home in the space. She is a lovely, genuin woman. We are happy to know her as a future AirBnB host and as new found friend.

    November 2012
    Response from Angielena:

    ahhhhh this is why I host for airbandb! I love these two :)

  • Angielena was a wonderful host. She gave us a great introduction to the neighborhood and the art center, and was available when we needed anything, always friendly and cheerful. Her dogs were sweet and adorable, and quiet. There are no words for the awesomeness of the shower, and the kitchen was a gret resource too. Such a fun area of ton and such a great place to stay!

    September 2012
    Response from Angielena:

    Thank you for your kind review. I really enjoyed your stay and your sweetness. Come back anytime

  • Angielena was so friendly and a wonderful host. The space is amazing. Perfect for my few days in Seattle. I definitely recommend staying here if you get the chance, and definitely take a shower in the "Barry White" shower!

    August 2013
    Response from Angielena:

    So glad you had a good time ! I hope you come again if you visit . I enjoyed hosting you :)

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Cornish College of the Arts
Director of Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center
I am an artist who is also a director of a Non profit community Arts and Cultural Center. The renovated rooms are located in the Centers lovely 1904 building. I have been doing the renovations myself and I think you will enjoy my handy work. I enjoy animals,art and people.. . I am an easy going person but don't let people get away with much if they are behaving bdly.. I have an occasional glass of wine at the end of the day and smoke when I want (Smoking area outside/ no smoking in the room or inside the building). I work really long days and am easily accessible if you need anything, I am happy to oblige most requests but I try to take Sundays off. I am also happy to help you plan a fun day here in Seattle. I even have a lonely planet guide to Seattle if you want to borrow it
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