San Diego
Bed And Breakfast Inns

Charm And Comfort

This guide to San Diego bed and breakfast options provides information on locations, amenities and contact numbers.

When you vacation in San Diego, why stay in a bed and breakfast instead of a regular hotel? For one thing, atmosphere. A bed and breakfast has distinct style, personality and ambience. Many are located in historical, or at least older, homes with preserved architecture from another era. Lovingly decorated and furnished by the owners, charm is perhaps a bed and breakfast's biggest asset.

Also, they are usually located in quiet, tree lined residential districts, which is so much nicer than a busy highway with billboards and fast food restaurants. What you give up in convenience is usually made up for in warmth and a sense of being in someone's home.

Not to mention the breakfasts, which are usually far more creative and delicious than the usual drab continental fare found at many hotels. Usually they are homemade and gourmet.

While not that suitable for families with small children, a bed and breakfast stay is ideal for a romantic getaway, or a single traveler. After sightseeing all day, or playing at the beach, how nice to sit on a cozy couch by the fire, reading.

San Diego has dozens of B&Bs and small inns. Compare rates for all San Diego Bed and Breakfast Inns

The San Diego bed and breakfast options listed below will vary on their locations, decor, style and amenities, but it shouldn't be hard to find the perfect fit for your own personal vacation style.

San Diego Bed and Breakfast

Banker's Hill Manor
2947 First Ave
Craftsman Style home on Banker's Hill. Sunset Hour features wine and hors d'oevres.
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Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla
7753 Draper Ave., La Jolla
European Old World style with candlelit breakfasts and wine and hors d' oevres reception.

Britt Scripps Inn
406 Maple St.
Victorian luxury with antique furnishings on Banker's Hill. Walking distance to Balboa Park, the zoo and the Gaslamp Quarter. Full breakfast and evening wine & cheese.

Cabrillo Garden Inn
840 A Street
This Best Western property is a Spanish style Inn located in downtown San Diego. Down comforters, hot breakfast, hand painted Spanish tiles in bathrooms.

Carole's Bed & Breakfast Inn
3227 Grim Ave
Craftsman style house built in 1904 for Mayor Frary of San Diego. This centrally located hotel has a large pool.

The Cottage
3829 Albatross Street
Homestead style house located behind the owners' main house. It has Victorian furnishings, a wood burning stove and a garden.

Crone's Cobblestone Cottage
1302 Washington Pl.
Lots of books and a meditation garden. This Craftsman style bungalow is a historical site in a vintage neighborhood of Mission Hills.

Elsbree Beach Area Bed and Breakfast
5054 Narragansett Avenue
This New England style house is half a block from the beach, it is in walking distance to the Ocean Beach Pier, shops, restaurants and antique stores.

Harbor Vacations Club
1880 Harbor Island Drive
A San Diego bed and breakfast on a yacht! Property includes swimming pool and sun deck.

Heritage Park Inn
2470 Heritage Park Row
A Victorian mansion located in Victorian Park above Old Town, they feature feather beds, vintage films, afternoon tea and a wraparound veranda.

Hillcrest Inn
3754 5th Avenue
Long term and short term international hotel in the Hillcrest area.

Keating House
2331 2nd Avenue
This Victorian home is a historical site located on Banker's Hill, in walking distance to the Gaslamp Quarter and Balboa Park. Air conditioned.

Little Italy Inn
505 W. Grape St.
European style, located in historic Little Italy neighborhood.

Mudville Flats
747 10th Avenue
Craftsman style with 4 luxury flats.

San Diego Bed and Breakfast
3413 Bancroft Street
Located in the North Park district, which has many Craftsman and Mediterranean style homes. Air conditioned second story suite over the bungalow below.

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