Stay in Seattle's leading Bed and Breakfast and enjoy the charm and comfort of yesterday, with all the convenience of today.
The main Guest House, consisting of 9,000 square feet of living space is divided between four levels. A spacious outside patio leads to the historical Carriage House. The Mansion's guest rooms are available nightly, as well as the "day rooms" which are available for your reception.
Shields of red and white can be seen on the round stained glass windows as one passes through the gates of the Bacon Mansion Bed and Breakfast. Built in 1909 by Cecil Bacon on Seattle's Capitol Hill, this classical Edwardian Style Tudor shows not only the trademark family crest but a fine preservation of original woods, 3000 crystal chandelier, marble fireplaces and a treasured library.
Relax outdoors on our patio with Italianate Fountain. Enjoy one of the outdoor patios at the Bacon Mansion. Hear the trickling water, smell the blooming floral pots, relax with friends and family.
History fills the mansion walls, and while you explore the house, perhaps you will catch a fellow guest playing the grand piano. Just a short distance from the Capitol Hill and downtown Seattle commercial districts, you will be sure to enjoy shopping and access to Seattle's many attractions.
The Bacon Mansion has 11 stately guest rooms, ranging from a cozy hideaway to a spacious suite. Here are 3 of our guest rooms. Please visit our website to view the others.
Tiled floors of green and white, large tiled bath with corner shower and claw foot tub, and a queen sleigh bed are just the highlights of this enormous and quiet suite beneath the main floor. In addition to the large fireplace in front of a hide-a-away sleeper, the room is bathed in afternoon light as it filters through the Japanese maples into the west facing windows.
Fine European influence distinguishes this second floor room with its carved bird's-eye maple queen bed, and big private bath. The large tub, bright sunlight, and second floor location make the most of this classical renaissance chamber.
Soft lavenders, delicate flowers and sunlight capture this bright and cheerful third floor room. A charming queen bed with shared bath insures a homelike rest.