Heritage Park Bed & Breakfast Inn
Victorian Bed & Breakfast
We didn't stay in this B&B altho it is quite lovely from the exterior. These victorians were saved in an area called Heritage Park right next to Old Town San Diego. It would be an easy walk to the shops and restaurants in that area.
Known as the Christian House, the 1889 Queen Anne Mansion has 12 antique filled guest rooms. They boast feather beds and claw foot tubs...whirlpools and fluffy robes. there is a full candlelight breakfast and afternoon tea on the veranda. They show a classic vintage film nightly. Honeymoon suites are available.
Unique Quality: Very Victorian....if you like the frills.
Directions: On a little hill just outside of Old Town.
Christian House 1889
The Bed and Breakfast Hotel in Heritage Park is a place I'd love to stay. Located in a secluded area of the Park gives some privacy for a romantic get-away, but is just a block's walk away from the vibrant area of Old Town San Diego and Old Town San Diego State Historical Park and less than five miles, by car, from The Gaslamp Quarter downtown and the SD Harbor.
Unique Quality: This Victorian, Queen Anne residence was built by the founder, (Christian) of an early San Diego abstract company more than a hundered years ago. Various types of chimneys, a tower in one corner and a veranda that wraps around the building adds to the charm of this cozy B & B.
Each room has a unique theme and the price for staying at this B & B depends on which theme one would choose. (Approximate Range: $145.00 to $235.00 which may change by the time you book a room.)
Afternoon tea and of course breakfast is served for the residents daily in the Parlor and on the Veranda.
Directions: Up the hill in HERITAGE PARK, behind Old Town.
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