Bacon Mansion

Seattle, WA Bed and Breakfast

$94 - $234 Website Check Availability
  • 206-329-1864
  • 800-240-1864
  • 206-860-9025
  • Email
  • Innkeeper: Daryl J. King
  • Rooms: 11 Bathrooms: 11
959 Broadway E.
Seattle, WA 98102

One of Seattle’s gracious mansions within two blocks of the Broadway shopping district. The Bacon Mansion is in a quiet, tree lined, historical district. Most rooms have private baths. Grand staircase, turn-of-the-century library. Breakfast in formal dining room. Cable television in the room.

“Stay in Seattle’s leading Bed and Breakfast
and enjoy the charm and comfort of yesterday, with all the convenience of today.”

Located in the Historical Harvard-Belmont Landmark District, most of the original floor plan and exterior has been retained. In 1984 a great fire burned 60% of the interior and necessitated major renovation. The Bacon Mansion’s massive walls, however, spared the glass and wood pocket doors found in the “day rooms.” Opening as The Broadway Guest House in 1985, the Bacon Mansion bed and breakfast is now a stately residence to all who enter.


  • Air Conditioner
  • Cable Television
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Coffee Maker
  • Private Bath


  • Children Under 17 Welcome
  • Inquire for Pets
  • Open All Year
  • Smoking Permitted On Grounds


  • Hors D'oeuvres
  • Off-Street Parking
  • Porch / Deck / Patio
  • Snacks / Beverages

Association Membership

  • Seattle Bed & Breakfast Association
  • Inspected By: WBBG, BBAS
  • Featured In: Rough Guides, Lonely Planet
  • Payment Types Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and personal checks are accepted and required for a reservation.
  • Deposit: Please visit our website or contact us for detailed information about any deposit requirements.
  • Check In: 3:00 PM
  • Check Out: 11:00 AM
  • Cancelation: Please visit our website or contact us for detailed information about our cancellation policy.
  • Minimum Stay: There are certain minimum stay requirements in effect for all weekends, holidays and June through September