The Gaslight Inn in Seattle, Washington, USA

Hosts: Trevor Logan & Steve Bennett – Rates: ($USD): $88-$158/night – Accommodations: 8 + 1 cottage – Address: 1727 15th Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98122 USA – Telephone: (206) 325-3654 – Website

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General Information: The Gaslight Inn is a superbly restored, 1906 vintage Craftsman home in Capitol Hill filled with museum quality Arts and Crafts furniture and stunning works of art … a premier Seattle, Washington Bed & Breakfast offering original turn-of-the-century ambiance and warmth, while keeping in mind the additional conveniences and contemporary style needed by today’s travelers.

The interior is appointed in exacting detail, with strikingly rich, dark colors, oak paneling, and an enormous entryway and staircase. We also offer a heated pool, private baths and a sun deck. Gaslight Inn’s comfortable and unique guestrooms, decorated with a tasteful blend of Northwest Indian Art, quality antiques and contemporary furnishings are furnished with:

  • quality double or queen-sized beds
  • refrigerator
  • television
  • many rooms in our bed and breakfast feature private baths
  • some also have decks with fabulous views or fireplaces
  • the living room, with its large oak fireplace, is always an inviting room, as is the library

Reviews“The Gaslight offers consistent service and a hunting cabin-turned-chic feel. I’ve stayed here on many occasions, sometimes for extended periods … This is a great place for travelers who appreciate their privacy and value cleanliness.”

“Just wanted to tell everyone what a lovely place to stay. I felt like I was home, a little bit of country in your big city. Beautiful art and glass. Great people.”

“I will stay here every time I visit Seattle! From exquisite woodwork to a beautiful garden area with a pool, this is the place to be! Great central location with easy access to anyplace worth visiting in Seattle!”