Supreme Court View 2BR Townhouse
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- Pets allowed:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
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The Supreme Court View Townhouse is located at Terrace Court and A. Street NE. A stone's throw from several of Washington‘s best tourist and business destinations, including the Supreme Court, Library of Congress, U.S. Capitol and Union Station.
This compact yet exceptionally comfortable 2 bedroom, self-hosted apartment offers visitors a home away from home stay while visiting our Nations Capitol. There are 2 bedrooms located on the second floor, one with a queen sized bed, the second with a double sized bed each individually air-conditioned with their own window unit.
The first floor offers a spacious living room with decorative fireplace, dining room, full bath and fully equipped kitchen. For extended stays, laundry facilities are included. Additional amenities include a color television with DVD player, iron and ironing board, clock radios in each bedroom, and a small patio in both the front and rear of the home.
· Comfortable accommodations for up to 4 persons
· Excellent location, steps from the National Mall, Smithsonian, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, Folger Shakespeare Library, Union Station, and the Senate office building
· Private entrance
· Laundry Facilities
· Color television with DVD
· 10 minute walk to the Metro
· Outdoor patio
· Fully equipped kitchen
Each bedroom has it’s own window air-conditioned allowing for self tailored comfort. Both bedrooms have clock radios and there is an iron and ironing board.
The first floor includes a living room with decorative fireplace, spacious dining room and bath. The galley kitchen, while compact features a gas stove, full sized refrigerator, dishwasher and garbage disposal, microwave, and coffee maker. The apartment also features a washer and dryer, All bed and bath linens are provided, and the kitchen has all cooking and dining utensils. As a self-hosted apartment, daily housekeeping and breakfast are not included.
Exceptionally well located in the heart of Capitol Hill on a small quiet street, visitors will find it an easy walk to the National Mall. The Supreme Court building is a block from the front door, with the Library of Congress, U.S. Capitol, Union Station and both the Senate and House office buildings minutes away.
Access to Washington’s Metro system, is about a 10 minute walk to either the red line at Union Station, or blue line at the Capitol South station. There are numerous restaurants within walking distance, along with many restaurants. Unfortunately, this property cannot offer parking. The nearest public parking is near Union Station, about a 15-minute walk.
The property is available nightly, weekly and monthly. There is a minimum stay requirement of 3 nights. Rates do not include Washington DC lodging taxes (14.5%) or a nominal reservation fee ($10). There is no cleaning fee. Please call for availability. We are also members of “Bed and Breakfast Accommodations” in Washington DC, where you can find an up to date calendar.
Keywords: Townhouse, Almost across the street from the Supreme Court & Capitol Building. Metro access less than a 10 minute walk.. 2 Bedroom, 1 bath unit
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Pets Not Allowed:
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4, Beds for 4
- Bedroom 1
- 1.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
Kitchen & Dining
- Dining Area Seats:
- Dishes & Utensils
- Cooking Utensils
- Coffee Maker
- Parking Off Street:
- Wood Fireplace:
- Air Conditioning:
- Linens Provided:
- CD Player
- Wireless Internet
- Tourist Attractions
Location & View
- Car Not Necessary
- Monument View
- Fitness Center
- Sight Seeing
- Scenic Drives
- Live Theater
- Botanical Garden
Diagonally across the street from the front door of the Supreme Court you can't get any closer to the National Mall and all the possibilities that it offers. Walk to the Smithsonian Museums, US Capitol, Library of Congress, Shakespeare Theater. Walk to Union Station and purchase a ticket for a trolley tour of DC. Want to catch a breeze take the Double Decker Tour (remember to bring a comb or brush with you and be sure to hang on to your hat !!). Remember that although the Smithsonian buildings are no charge there are innumerable private museums throughout the city you shouldn't miss like the Newseum, Spy Museum (Did you know that it is operated by retired CIA & FBI !!). The Textile Museum not only offers fabulous views of textiles from all over the world, their Gift Shop shouldn't be missed !!! Are you hungry? Name the country and I bet the city has it's cuisine.waiting for you. Head up to Dupont Circle (10 blocks Northeast of the White House) for over 80 restaurants, great bookstores (Hint: Kramers is a must for fellow bibliophiles), art galleries and shopping. Play chess? The small park at Dupont Circle offers public chess boards !! Looking for Fresh and Funky head up to Adams Morgan and meander about for great dining and nightlife. If you're here on the weekends Eastern Market holds one of the country's oldest weekly Farmers' & Flea Markets. Come to DC for the Nation's treasures a discover the city's hidden treasure and jewels !!...morecollapse
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Just what we needed
Just what we needed
We stayed at this property for 7+ days. We wanted to stay in the Capitol Hill area because of proximity to friends and sights. Two couples traveling, our first impression was that it was not as spacious as we expected and the stairway to the bedrooms was steep and narrow. By the end of the week, the stairway was still steep and narrow but we had adjusted and enjoyed the features of the townhouse. The proximity to restaurants, shopping, Capitol Hill, LOC, Supreme Court, and metro was outstanding. We liked the residential neighborhood also and felt very safe at all times. The downside: the bathroom sink and tub drained slowly which bothered the women in our group.
- Guest bucky523
- Date of stay 04/05/13
- Review Submitted 04/18/13
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
This is a lovely property. Very convenient for walking to the main sights and the metro. Especially nice was being able to walk down to eastern market and enjoy the stalls and the restaurants. The house was very comfortable, the heating was excellent and all everything needed was there. I would recommend this property to any of my friends or family traveling to the city. PS - this was my first time in DC and it was wonderful.
- Guest London
- Date of stay 11/03/12
- Review Submitted 12/27/12
Always wanted to go to DC
Always wanted to go to DC
We had a great time during our visit to Washington DC and this town home was a great location to walk all over DC. We were there for a week and took a taxi only 3 times. The house had everything we needed, only one problem, we couldn't figure out the washer/dryer combo. We needed instructions :) I would recommend this home, and would use it again.
- Guest Charlie13
- Date of stay 09/14/12
- Review Submitted 09/25/12
Recommended for: Adventure seekers, romantic getaway, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
Charming home away from home in DC
Charming home away from home in DC
My friend and I spent a week in DC staying in the townhouse and we were delighted with our experience. As with anything being paid for "unseen", I had a bit of trepidation when I was arriving in DC on the 8th, but any concerns were immediately allayed upon entering the property. The photos are very current, and all amenities are as described. The townhouse is quaint, quiet, very conveniently located for sightseeing, and private. The townhouse was spotless upon arrival, and everything was in working order (the only fault we could find was that the bathtub and bathroom sink are somewhat slow to drain, but that was a very minor issue). The neighbors were all friendly and personable. We really enjoyed having the back patio - perfect for a nice evening glass of wine and relaxing. Beds were both very comfortable. The location is not only convenient to all the big sites in DC (The Mall, Smithsonian, Capitol, etc), but also within a short walk was a lively commercial strip on Pennsylvania Avenue, and the Eastern Market is also a relatively short stroll away. Union Station and Capitol South Metro stations were both within 5 block walk. The management company was very responsive prior to my visit, but once we arrived there was no reason for us to communicate with them - everything was exactly as we expected. If you like to be on your own, prefer a home to a hotel, and appreciate the charm of older buildings, you should definitely consider this location. It was big enough to accomodate 2 very comfortably - more than 2, and you might be a bit crowded at times because the home is quite compact. I would recommend this townhouse to anyone visiting DC looking for an alternative to a hotel (and the price was easily comparable, if not cheaper, than the average DC hotel room). All around a stellar find that made our first trip to DC that much more memorable and pleasant.
- Guest ultranova
- Date of stay 07/08/12
- Review Submitted 07/19/12
Recommended for: Girls getaway, romantic getaway, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
We stayed here over the 4th of July. We found the Capitol South metro close. Eastern Market is a good place to shop nearby. We had Peapod deliver groceries so we were stocked for our time in town. We prefer to eat in - everything we needed was provided in terms of pots/pans plus saran wrap, paper towels. The only thing missing are kleenex boxes! The house is quaint and comfortable. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. Be sure to call your congress person to arrange a Capitol tour and a tour of the dome - ask for both, wear comfy shoes, get a SmartTrip metro card and have FUN! Highlights of our trip were the Marine barracks parade, Library of Congress, Newseum, Smithsonian Natural History museum, Moonlight Old Town Trolley Tour and Udvar Hazy space and flight museum (by Dulles). The White House visitor center and old post office are less than stellar.
- Guest goseedotravels
- Date of stay 07/03/12
- Review Submitted 07/09/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
SUPREME Court View
SUPREME Court View
Everything in this B & B is as advertised! There are no hidden "surprises" that can ruin a vacation. All the amenities are provided, including shower gels and soaps, a hair dryer and band-aids in the medicine cabinet! It is clean and welcoming to all, even when plans fall through and we got this place at the last minute (after we were already in DC). There is a grocery store about 3 blocks away, so you can get everything you need to be able to fix meals while there. Metro, Union Station, restaurants and Capitol are all within 5-6 blocks. It is an amazing place that we have already recommended to friends and family. The next time we go to DC, we will stay there again!
- Guest Kansas Travelers
- Date of stay 05/22/12
- Review Submitted 06/09/12
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
Perfect for our needs
Perfect for our needs
Family of four (including two teenagers) found this to be a great location. The two metro stations gave us access to the best lines to get around town. We arrived on Amtrak and walked from Union Station easily at 9pm. It was great to come home and unwind at the end of the day without being crammed in a hotel room. Don't miss the Folger Shakespeare Library right around the corner or the Eastern Market to pick up fresh food. Linens were a nice quality. Kitchen was simple but well outfitted. Bathroom plumbing was a little challenging, but not a deterrent. If you are eating meals at home, make sure you know where the markets are as there is no neighborhood info in the townhouse (there is one just 2 blocks away). My 12 an 15 year old who are not city smart were fine walking in this neighborhood on their own. We would definitely come back and may have to because you just can't get to all DC has to offer in a few days.
- Guest Lauren
- Date of stay 04/21/12
- Review Submitted 05/04/12
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, girls getaway, romantic getaway, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
Great place to stay and see D.C.
Great place to stay and see D.C.
This beautful home was perfect for staying and seeing Washington D.C.. It is nicely furnished, has a kitchen, and is located right next to the Supreme Court. I would highly recommend staying here when in town.
- Guest Cougarfan
- Date of stay 11/11/11
- Review Submitted 11/21/11
Recommended for: Families with teenagers, romantic getaway, families with young children, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
My husband and I enjoyed this townhosue. It's charming, as in antiqueish (sp.?). Convenient, clean, comfortable. Definitely need to add Wi-Fi! Washer & dryer were a godsend - pack light! We walked to most places though Capitol South Metro closeby. Head to Barrack's Row/8th Avenue for a quick meal - or better yet shop for fresh food at Eastern Market. "Tune Inn" had a great burger and fries. Would stay there again, if they add wi-fi.... (Also - not keen on the watersaver shower head.)
- Guest Susan C.
- Date of stay 10/30/10
- Review Submitted 11/09/10
Recommended for: Girls getaway, adventure seekers, romantic getaway, sightseeing, tourists without a car.
What a cute place, great location. Union Station and Capitol South Metro were short walks away. And everything else on the mall is a nice walk or a short bus ride. Eastern Market is also a short walk and has some great markets...go on a weekend for sure to see the amazing artists and their wears. We love to cook in and that is why we chose a place with a kicthen...The kitchen needed help. A good cleaning and more items to cook with. There were a pots with out lids, we used cookie sheets for lids. There were tons of baking type pans. The stove is small, the size I grew up so that was more than fine. The house could use a good overall cleaning. The wood blinds and windows had not been cleaned in a very long time. The beds were very comfortable, firm but not stiff as a board, a good nights sleep is always a bonus. Our dad had a hard time with the stairs in the middle of the night to use the restroom. Also would highly recommend the owners to add Wi-fi or come kind of internet access which is key now days to have for those of us who do not have a iphone or similar product to use. Research public transportation before going, that is where wi-fi would have been the most helpful...as that was a hard one to figure out. We would stay here again if there were more than just the usual two of us traveling.
- Guest ggintruckee S.
- Date of stay 10/05/10
- Review Submitted 10/17/10
Recommended for: Sightseeing, tourists without a car.
March 15th- November 15th .. $200-$450/night. Weekly and Monthly Rates available Rates are based on dates of travel, number of persons and length of stay Rates do not include Washington DC lodging taxes of 14.5% There is no cleaning fee We require a minimum stay of 3 nights Click the link to our Website for Availability & Reservations 10% Discount offered for stays of 7 nights or more
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- Nearest Airport: Reagan National Airport/DCA at 5 Miles
- Nearest Train: Union Station at 0.75 Miles
- Nearest Barpub: Sonoma at 0.35 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: Multiple choices at 0.35 Miles
About the owner: Don't be scammed!! Work with an agency you can trust! Bed and Breakfast DC is a family owned reservation service that has been operating in the city for over 30 years. Representing many of Washington's best B&B's and Vacation rentals throughout the city. Give us a call and let us help plan a vacation you will never forget in the Nation's capitol.
Why the Owner Chose Capitol Hill:
Supreme Court View 2 bedroom 2 story Townhouse. This premiere property offers accommodations for up to 4. Perfect for both business travelers and families.
The Unique Benefits at this Townhome:
Located on the National Mall. Walk to all the sites, Union Station and the Senate & Congressional office buildings.
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Supreme Ct. View Townhouse: You don't get any closer than this!
Located diagonally across the street from the front door of the Supreme Court.
Second Floor: Extra Bedroom with Double sized bed.
Alternative view of bedroom with Double sized bed
10 Minute walk to Historic Union Station
Dining room: with view of stairs to the second floor
1st Floor: Living room
Evening Shot of the beautiful Kennedy Center
The full bath is located on the first floor
The new Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
Second Floor Main Bedroom with Antique Iron Queen sized bed
Second View of main bedroom
5 minute walk to the Capitol Building
Fully Equipped Galley Style Kitchen
1st Floor Dining Room: Table seats four
Easy walk to the Shakespeare Theatre
Living Room with decorative fireplace
10-12 minute walk to our nation's treasures in the Smithsonian Museums.
Adams Morgan Neighborhood: Funky and Fun. Quick direct Metro access
5 minute walk to the Library of Congress.
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