Cookie-cutter beige, it’s not. Longtime owner Jan de Gier gives this eclectic Edwardian a healthy dash of local charm. The eight distinct rooms are themed by color: The Yellow room is awash in ceramic birds; the Green room is adorned with paper parasols; the Red room is outfitted with tapestries and red accent paint. (Request a Castro-facing room for scenic views of Twin Peaks.) The comfortable living room has with a working fireplace, while the patio makes a pleasant place to nurse your morning coffee. Breakfast includes fruit, pastries baked goods, cereal, yogurt, and daily specials like scrambled eggs or waffles. There’s complimentary soda and bottled water, sure, but that takes a backseat to de Gier’s free-flowing brandy.
|Venue name:||Inn on Castro||Contact:|
321 Castro St
|Cross street:||at 16th St|
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