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Jackson Court Bed & Breakfast Inn in San Francisco, CA

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Rating: 4.20

Address: 2198 Jackson St, San Francisco, CA, 94115

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    Comments (5):

    1. Tanya N.
    A lovely, if perhaps slightly pricey (but well worth it), place for your out-of-town visitors to stay.  My dad now refuses to stay anywhere else, as it it like having your own well-furnished apartment with an accommodating staff at your service.  Rooms are generous and include nice little touches like a selection of books and a fireplace, and a downstairs lobby is a nice place to relax (and I believe they serve an afternoon tea).  Parking is possibly a pain, although easier to find in the afternoon (we've had good parking luck with my dad's car thus far).  

    They definitely go out of their way to make it a relaxing and easy stay, one of the front desk people going so far as to bring a bottle of white wine up to my dad's room upon his arrival free of charge when my dad claimed he was dying from a lack of wine (and then refusing any sort of tip, despite my dad practically putting it in the guy's pocket).

    21/12/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Elliot S.
    It's in a good area. The place is decorated in Victorian style complete with musty old grandma smell.   There's no heating, so dress warm.  The staff is nice.

    08/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Gourmet G.
    A Pacific Heights brownstone mansion built in 1900, it's now a non-smoking bed-and-breakfast inn housing eight spacious rooms and two suites, each with a different decor combining antiques with contemporary furnishings. All have a private bath, cable TV, and telephone, and four have working fireplaces. Rates, starting at $160, include an extended continental breakfast and afternoon tea. Drivers will find street parking is very difficult; those without cars are two blocks from the MUNI Fillmore line.

    24/09/05 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Lina L.
    This was such a cute little spot we stayed in. It's an old mansion turned bed and breakfast with 10 rooms that have their own themes. Some also have their own fireplace inside the rooms.

    We stayed in the Burgandy Room. It had this window seat inside that was really nice to sit and look out of. The room was very nice and comfortable. It had sparkling cider and champagne glasses,  water and a big comfy bed.

    The hotel is furnished in a mix of antique and contemporary decor. It  also has WIFI access, the daily newspaper, dry cleaning services upon request, and an afternoon tea and cookie time downstairs. Eating breakfast with some of the other guests was pretty cool. There's a small kitchen with a few tables and full access to it through the entire day.

    Parking really was a capital B. The Bay Area is just bad with parking all around, so I guess if you want to come here from out of town just know that and be prepared to deal with it. There's a parking garage a block or so not too far from here but it's expensive, I believe it was like $30 a night. Then on the streets there's never any parking, but if you find a spot take it, don't look for any closer spots cause you'll lose your spot fast. During the early evening hours you won't have to worry about your car getting ticketed anymore till morning. Make sure to read the signs. Parking was the biggest challenge but you'll love this spot.  I would most likely come back.

    02/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Heidi H.
    Oh My What a Wonderful Welcome! Tea, Cookies and Biscotti's around a nice warm fireplace.  Then sparkling cider with champagne glasses on a tray in the room! It made me forget all about the parking pain.
    This location is very relaxing and residential yet within walking distance of plenty of tourist areas or just places to keep yourself busy.  Plan on coming without a car, or paying a bunch to keep it parked worry free.  The other option is moving your car every 2 hours M-F and being careful of those darn street sweeping days, or doing day trips with your car and coming back around 4pm to park worry free for the night until 10am the next day.
    The staff is super helpful and I especially enjoyed tea time everyday by the fireplace.  We came during the holidays so the home was beautifully decorated. Breakfast in the kitchen with other guests in the morning was nice, you can also take a tray to your room if you want. Access to the kitchen fridge and microwave was nice for leftovers and nice for an evening in if you want to warm something up.
    The rooms were nice and roomy with full size closet and very fluffy bed and ours had a window seat too look out to the street.  I would certainly recommend this place and will be back again.

    08/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0