REVIEW

Gold Coast Guest House B&B

Entering this brick Victorian town house is like walking into a good friend's well-kept apartment.

By Chauncey Hollingsworth, Thursday, Jul 31, 2008, 5:35 PM

Gold Coast Guest House B&B

About this Hotel

Price From $129

'Hood Southeast of Old Town, where the city's venerable walk-ups and town houses share elbow room with gritty, multiunit apartment buildings and gourmet grocery stores. The landmark Holy Name Cathedral is seven blocks away.

First Impression Entering this brick Victorian town house is like walking into a good friend's well-kept apartment. The hardwood floors are immaculately clean, the breakfast room is stocked with organic cereals and juices, and the south side's floor-to-ceiling windows frame a lovely backyard garden.

The Rooms Owner Sally Baker has decorated each room with a tasteful mixture of vintage furnishings and understated mementos, such as a World War II serviceman's framed letter and photo. The Victorian-era Queen Room on the north side has a beautiful pedestal sink and an extra-deep bathtub.

Plus Eating the complimentary breakfast in the garden is a welcome respite from the pace of the city.

Minus Children under 10 and pets are not allowed.

Free Wi-Fi? Yes, in public spaces and all rooms.

Credit Cards Accepted Visa, MC, AmEx, Discover.

Details Doubles from $129.