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Arriving at this inn is like walking into someone's private home. It is beautifully furnished and decorated, lots of antiques, even the bathroom was pretty antique, the rooms were beautiful, great carpets, great paintings; the lady at the reception is like out of a Murakami...More
A beautiful, turn of the 20th century building, quiet, off Connecticut and Columbia Avenues. Good breakfasts. Accommodating staff. DuPont Circle and its Metro station are 15-20 minutes walk; buses are closer.
It is not just the proximity in the heart of the DC area...
When you wake up and go down for your breakfast, it is pretty much like Mom or your Aunt cooking you a wholesome, fresh and nutritious breakfast and exactly how you want...More
I booked on trip advisor and when I checked in I was told specifically that breakfast wasn't included and I couldn't partake of the breakfast portion of the B&B, though I read the reservation and it DOES NOT breakfast would not be included. I didn't...More
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Response from TaftBridgeInn, Manager at Taft Bridge InnResponded 26 October 2016
We appreciate you taking the time to write a review. We see criticism as an opportunity to improve and regret that you did not enjoy your stay. In regards to breakfast, Trip Advisor is a third party booking system in partnership with Booking.com. On...More
Stayed for a week in mid April. Sort of a guesthouse where the owner lives nearby and the front desk is staffed at set times. Late arrival will incur a fee. Other guests from around the world interesting to talk to at breakfast. Breakfast is...More
From what I recall, there are only steps leading to the Inn. About 6-8 (if i remember correctly) from the street to the Inn. And then perhaps one or two. So possibly not but not sure if they have other ways to cater. I know... More
From what I recall, there are only steps leading to the Inn. About 6-8 (if i remember correctly) from the street to the Inn. And then perhaps one or two. So possibly not but not sure if they have other ways to cater. I know they have some bedrooms on the ground floor though. Best to ask them directly.
It's about 6 or 7 blocks to Dupont Circle Metro to the south or Woodley Park to the north. But a bus is just a block away and a metro pass lets you hop on the bus and transfer free to the metro. Very easy to get around.