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Very comfortable place to stay in the heart of San Francisco. Reasonably priced and a lovely breakfast. The hosts are very friendly and helpful. The bed was a bit uncomfortable but otherwise the room was cozy. Lots of great restaurants in the neighborhood and easy...More
Response from mickeysanfrancisco, Owner at Inn on CastroResponded 4 weeks ago
Hi Amy. Glad you enjoyed your stay.
All the beds at the Inn have a firm matress.
Not extra firm. You might not be used to that.
Sorry about that. They are between one or two years old.
Hope to see you next year.
It was our first stay at the Inn on Castro, and it will now become our place of choice when visiting SF. The location was at the heart of Castro with easy access to Muni. The accommodations were excellent, the people staying there were friendly...More
Response from mickeysanfrancisco, Owner at Inn on CastroResponded 7 July 2017
Thanks for becoming a part of our regulars.
The location is perfect - right in the Castro, the rooms are very nice - each has its own unique style, and the host couldn't be nicer. He makes fabulous breakfasts and makes you feel so welcomed! I have gone there every June for the...More
Response from mickeysanfrancisco, Owner at Inn on CastroResponded 3 July 2017
Simply the best place to stay ... Great location, really friendly service and the feeling like being at home. Try to book the apartment at Caselli Avenue!
Coming to Inn on Castro for more than 20 years now ...
Response from mickeysanfrancisco, Owner at Inn on CastroResponded 28 June 2017
We stayed for 2 nights in the green room. Location is great. The style is a bit eclectic for us personally and our room did face the street so got a bit noisy at night - I'd recommend bringing an eye mask and Jan does...More
A flourishing commercial area that acts as San Francisco's LGBT community center and cultural heart, the Castro is a neighbourhood welcome to everyone. As one of the first predominantly LGBT neighbourhoods in the United States and currently its largest, it remains one of the epicenters of activism in the nation. Grand theatres and glitzy shops now compete with bars and fashionable eateries for attention,
drawing visitors from around the world to the bright rainbow flag acting as its beacon.
The apartment was about five blocks away from Castro Street. It is a nice walk! A quality grocery store and liquor store are nearby. No breakfast at the Caselli apartment but the kitchen has everything you need if you want... More
The apartment was about five blocks away from Castro Street. It is a nice walk! A quality grocery store and liquor store are nearby. No breakfast at the Caselli apartment but the kitchen has everything you need if you want to cook your own.