Friendly people and countless sights: B&B in San Francisco!

B&B San Francisco

Stay in a bed & breakfast close to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

When you see that huge red bridge looming through the fog in the distance, then you know ‘I’m in San Francisco!’. The Golden Gate Bridge is the most famous bridge in America and truly overwhelming. You get to know the friendly people and the city best when you spend the night in a bed & breakfast in San Francisco or an apartment in the centre of town.

B&B at Lombard Street San Francisco

Don’t skip the curviest street in the world, Lombard Street

What makes San Francisco so much fun?
San Francisco is very diverse and there is plenty to experience. For a bit of history, visit Alcatraz, where the most famous prisoner, Al Capone, was imprisoned. Wander through the corridors and cells and let yourself be swept away by the impressive stories of the guide.

Hilly San Francisco
San Francisco is built on hills, this makes for fun descents but also for heavy climbs during the walks through the city. Are you there by car? Then don’t skip the curviest street in the world, the one and only ‘Lombard Street’. In the residential area of Alamo Square you’ll find the ‘painted ladies’, a row of colourful Victorian houses, very typical for San Francisco.

Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco
Would you like to sleep near one of the hotspots in town, then choose a bed & breakfast close to Fisherman’s Wharf. Here you can have delicious meals in one of the many seafood restaurants, shop, or enjoy the live entertainment. Of course you can’t skip Pier 39 at Fisherman’s Wharf; here you can find numerous seals lying and lounging in the sun.

Painted Ladies San Francisco

The colourful victorian houses, very typical for San Francisco

Bed and breakfast in San Francisco
San Francisco is versatile and special. Experience the city by staying in one of the bed & breakfasts or apartments.

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Rianne van de Pas

Rianne van de Pas Marketing & Webcare Medewerker bij B.V. tot november 2018.

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