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We stayed at these premises for the first two nights in San Francisco. It is a beautiful Victorian property in a quiet location.
David had provided excellent travel advice regarding costs from Oakland airport. A cab fare into the main area of the City is...More
Lovely property full of charm and style. The ensuite room was characterful with period fixtures although a bit dimly lit due to all the dark furniture and fittings. Breakfast was a substantial help yourself affair and the 4pm wine and cheese serving was a nice...More
This was our second hotel whilst on a two week trip to SF. I booked this based on reviews, location and the style.
Upon arriving, we were met by David, who was an exceptional host for our relatively short stay. He helped us with our...More
After a poor start in a 'luxury' hotel we ended our trip with one night at this curiosity. Build for a lumber magnate the house was then bought by a woman who I believe owned the opera house. It then fell into a state of...More
There cannot be a nicer place to stay in San Francisco. The house has an amazing history, which is well documented. The owners have recreated the musical artistic feel, with fine furniture and works of art. The bedrooms are themed (we had the Enrico Caruso...More