Historic Bed and Breakfasts

Send yourself back in time at a historic bed and breakfast.

Photo By: Sebastian Lopez

Photo By: Jason Gerke

Photo By: Britt Scripps Inn

Photo By: Britt Scripps Inn

Photo By: Holladay House Bed and Breakfast

Photo By: Glenn Diadone; Charles Street Inn

Photo By: Glenn Diadone; Charles Street Inn

Photo By: Wedgwood Inn of New Hope, PA

Photo By: Wedgwood Inn of New Hope, PA

Photo By: Michael David Adams

You may recognize Chateau Tivoli from San Francisco postcards featuring a row of brightly colored Painted Ladies.

Chateau Tivoli has been home to opera singer Ernestine Kreling as well as a New Age center.

The Brit Scripps Inn was San Diego's most expensive home when it was built for $3,000 in the late 19th century.

The Brit Scripps Inn's 9 modern and vibrant rooms have antique touches and lavish furnishings.

Built in the 1830s, the Holladay House is one of the oldest buildings in Orange, VA.

The Charles Street Inn is America's original model home, built in 1860 to beckon guests to Boston's Back Bay.

The antique Victorian aesthetic remains at the Charles Street Inn with fine linens and elegant writing desks.

The Aaron Burr House in New Hope, PA, takes its name from the third Vice President of the US.

After his famous duel with Alexander Hamilton, Burr hid in the home that stood where the bed and breakfast is today.

The 5 suites and standard rooms at the Sugar Hill Harlem Inn are named for African-American performers and artists.