Bed & Breakfast Ideally Located in Downtown D.C.
- Sightseeing the Smithsonian Museums?
- Attending a convention?
- Attending a concert at Verizon Center or Sixth Street Synagogue performance space?
- Coming to D.C. on business?
- Live nearby and family is visiting?
The Mt. Vernon Square Bed & Breakfast is an elegant downtown hub for whatever brings you here. We're just a 10 minute walk and 3 blocks from the Washington DC Convention Center and a fifteen minute walk to the National Mall, Smithsonian Museums and other attractions.
If you'd like to try a change from those giant, impersonal hotels, you'll find a home-away-from-home at the B&B with full 24 hour access after you have checked in. You'll feel right at home with your host Keith who has traveled the world. Keith is a lively conversationalist with an upbeat and congenial attitude toward all.
Our 100 year old brick exterior makes a dramatic statement and has been lovingly restored. And things only gets better when you step inside. The gorgeous woodwork, entrancing wood and marble floors, 11 ft. ceilings, and outstanding stained glass compliment the tasteful, upscale decor that features rich fabrics and high quality furnishings.
Five bedrooms each with a private bathroom await your visit. Each morning a high quality cooked family-style breakfast is served in the dining room. We've worked hard to create a warm and welcoming environment where you can heave a sigh of contentment and relief after a long, active day of business or sight-seeing. At the Mt. Vernon Square Bed & Breakfast, you get all this plus the reasonable rates you've been hoping to find in the heart of Washington D.C.
Keith looks forward to being your inn keeper! Please visit soon.
Our five rooms each with a king-size bed are distinctively decorated and guarantee a wonderful night's sleep:
All our breakfasts are above average. Served family-style in our first floor dining room lit by the morning sun through our stained glass windows and antique floor-to-ceiling mirror. Even the busiest of guests who think they want to eat alone become avidly engaged in the first-class breakfast conversation.