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All reviewsb bdolores parkother guestschurch streetcastro districtthe main housesun roomhome away from homesteam roomnoe valleyyogurtsocial hourbed and breakfastcommon areasa great place to stayprivate bathevening wine
We spent three nights at PGH and returned 8 days later for another two nights. We stayed in the very large bedroom on the ground floor which had its own front door entrance. This made it very convenient. Friendly staff. good and adequate continental breakfast....More
A great place to stay. Staff could not have been more helpful or friendly. We had a great time there. Happy hour every afternoon was a great way to meet people and relax. Breakfast was excellent. The garden area was a very pleasant place to...More
Just spent two nights here as a solo traveller. Brilliant! Very comfortable bed, great attention to detail. I was up and out early one of the mornings doing San Fran parkrun at Crissy Field so missed breakfast, but there was no problem at all with...More
My wife and i spent four days staying at the fabulous Parker Guest House. It is a lovely old building, with comfortable rooms, a gorgeous garden and the breakfast buffet is superb. The staff are very friendly, and give great advice for first time visitors...More
We enjoyed our stay here. The room was a decent size the bed was comfortable and the shower provided awesome pressure. The breakfast every day was fresh and delicious with a never ending amount of coffee... bliss. We were there during the awful record breaking...More
A flourishing commercial area that acts as San Francisco's LGBT community center and cultural heart, the Castro is a neighbourhood welcome to everyone. As one of the first predominantly LGBT neighbourhoods in the United States and currently its largest, it remains one of the epicenters of activism in the nation. Grand theatres and glitzy shops now compete with bars and fashionable eateries for attention,
drawing visitors from around the world to the bright rainbow flag acting as its beacon.
Response from WaterBridgeRich | Reviewed this property |
Sorry if I'm late with this. The room we were in on the garden level of the original building seems to have enough privacy for a honeymoon. I would contact them and let them know its for your honeymoon. Both houses have... More
Sorry if I'm late with this. The room we were in on the garden level of the original building seems to have enough privacy for a honeymoon. I would contact them and let them know its for your honeymoon. Both houses have several rooms "squirreled" away that have different kinds of privacy. The staff are great and will work with you.