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Bull Moose B&B on Capitol Hill

101 5th Street, NE
Washington,  District of Columbia
United States 20002   Show map

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Listing #: 20765
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General Information

  The Bull Moose Bed and Breakfast on Capitol Hill is a 'city inn' infused with history, wit and sophisticated charm...a true Washington experience-whether you come for work, play or both. The inn is a three-story victorian town house built in 1890 and features 10 smartly decorated guest rooms and a gormet continental breakfast.    

  • number of rooms: 10  
    Room Rates (USD United States Dollars)

  • following credit cards accepted: AMERICAN EXPRESS,EUROCARD,MASTERCARD,VISA  
  • single occupancy rate is between 89-209  
    On-site Amenities

  • bicycling/jogging trails   
  • boating   
  • business center   
  • children's activities   
  • complimentary breakfast   
  • concierge   
  • crib on request   
  • dry cleaning/laundry service   
  • fine dining   
  • fitness center/gym   
  • free newspaper   
  • free parking   
  • golf course   
  • hiking   
  • horseback riding   
  • meeting/banquet facilities   
  • museums/galleries   
  • nature preserves/trails   
  • other activities   
  • other services   
  • post/parcel service   
  • self parking   
  • swimming pool - indoor   
  • tennis courts   
  • theater   
  • tour bus   
  • transportation to airport   
  • transportation to city   
  • water activities   

  • check in/out times are: 15:00-11:00  

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