The Kalorama Guest House at Adams-Morgan is actually a collection of three townhouses in the Adams-Morgan district. Akin to a quaint bed and breakfast or a European guesthouse, the rooms boast simple Victorian-era décor and are available with shared or private baths. Deluxe continental breakfasts are offered each morning, and the hotel also treats guests to cookies and lemonade in the afternoons and sherry in the evenings. The Kalorama Guest House is within walking distance of the Chinese Embassy, the Woodley Park metro stop and a myriad of shopping and dining destinations.
This small guest house comprised of two turn-of-the-century townhouses is located in a residential downtown Washington D.C. neighborhood just half a block from the National Zoo. Guests at the Kalorama Guest House at Woodley Park return for its clean, tidy rooms and warmly furnished Victorian style. Located two blocks from the Woodley Park/Zoo Metro station, the attractions of downtown D.C. are a short ride away. Within walking distance are a range of ethnic restaurants, nightlife and antique shops. Amenities at this D.C. bed and breakfast include afternoon cookies and lemonade, guest laundry facility and morning newspapers.
Mount Vernon Manor offers three rooms in a private, modern home located in a tree-lined court near the Potomac River. Just outside the gates of the historic Mount Vernon Estate, this Washington D.C. bed and breakfast offers quick access to points of historical interest in the area. Clean, well-furnished rooms are outfitted with turn of the century style and modern amenities such as high-speed internet access, cable television and whirlpool tubs. Access to gardens and the rest of the main house is often available to guests. Adjacent to the Mount Vernon Trail along the Potomac and just six miles from Old Town Alexandria, Mount Vernon Manor offers a great location for both nature lovers and city slickers.