Ocean Beach Bed and Breakfast, offering
distinctive accommodations in San Francisco, California, is
located in the Richmond District, a quiet residential
neighborhood just six blocks from Ocean Beach and three blocks
from Golden Gate Park.
The two guest rooms both have private
marble baths and comfortable queen-sized antique beds with
cozy down comforters. Plush terry robes are provided. The
charming Ocean View Suite offers a lovely view
of the Pacific Ocean and an adjoining sitting room with a sofa
that makes into a full-sized bed. The Queen Room
is a spacious, sunny, and cozy place to relax at the end of a
Curl up with one of the fascinating books
about San Francisco's past or browse through the many
brochures on San Francisco Bay Area attractions. There is a
cable television in each room and a DVD player if you wish to
enjoy a movie. Now available on DVD is a collection of old
movies filmed in San Francisco. Need a midnight snack? There
are always homemade cookies in the cookie jar.
Sit down to a delicious breakfast of
muffins or croissants, homemade granola, fresh fruit, yogurt,
juice, and freshly brewed coffee. Decaf coffee or tea is
available. In the afternoon, relax in the living room with tea
(or milk) and homemade chocolate chip cookies as you share
your day's adventures and plan a romantic dinner in one of the
many interesting restaurants within walking distance.
There are so many things to do in San
Francisco, and Ocean Beach Bed and Breakfast puts you within
reach of most of them. Convenient municipal bus transportation
a block away takes you downtown to Union Square and the cable
cars in about 20 minutes. You can transfer from this line to
buses going to Fisherman's Wharf, the Museum of Modern Art,
Coit Tower, Chinatown, and other points of interest.
Of course, there is plenty to do in the
neighborhood as well. In nearby Golden Gate Park, enjoy
Steinhart Aquarium and Hall of Sciences, or explore the
Strybing Arboretum and Botanical Gardens with its majestic
Redwood trees. Relax in the simple beauty of the Japanese Tea
Garden, or ride on the elegantly restored carousel. Walk
around Stow Lake or rent a paddle boat after visiting the
buffalo paddock. Bicyclists and skaters can enjoy the park on
Sundays when cars are restricted. Horses can be rented nearby
for sunset beach rides.
Walk on the beach at sunset or enjoy a
quiet dinner at the world-famous Cliff House, overlooking the
Be sure to visit Musee Mechanique, with the
largest collection of antique penny arcade machines in the
world, and Camera Obscura, a life-sized walk-in camera.
Just blocks away, with a view of the Golden
Gate Bridge, is the Palace of the Legion of Honor, an art
museum, as well as Lincoln Golf Course.
Presidio National Park, once one of the
most important military posts on the West Coast, is also
nearby, with interesting walking tours available plus a free
Stay at Ocean Beach Bed and Breakfast on
your next visit to San Francisco for warm hospitality, quiet
accommodations, and an excellent location in the "City by