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Seattle Gaslight Inn
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Unique Accommodations in Seattle's Capitol Hill


At Seattle's Gaslight Inn, located in the iconic Capitol Hill neighborhood, we have seven unique rooms close to Seattle's most popular attractions. Enjoy everything Seattle has to offer, while staying in the city's best known area.
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About the Inn


The Seattle Gaslight Inn was originally built in the early 1900s for Paul Singerman, a prominent Seattle businessman. The home is an excellent example of Craftsman-style architecture, with a wide porch, low-pitched roofline, and overhanging eaves. The interior features rich, dark colors, with oak trim work and paneling. This historic site was granted landmark status by the city of Seattle in 2015.

Besides our seven guest rooms, our inn has a number of common areas for guests to enjoy. Relax by the oak fireplace in our spacious living room, or enjoy a good book in our library.

Outside, you can take walk by our koi pond, or enjoy an afternoon swim in our in-ground heated swimming pool, surrounded by a spacious poolside patio and comfortable chaise lounges.

For more information on Seattle Gaslight Inn, give us a call. We look forward to meeting you!
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About Capitol Hill


The Seattle Gaslight Inn is located in Seattle's coolest neighborhood: Capitol Hill. In the late 80s and early 90s, Capitol Hill was the epicenter of grunge music. Today, it's packed with unique art galleries, boutiques, restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. (One of our favorite establishments is Bakery Nouveau, the finest French bakery in the city and is only 3-minute walk from the inn.)

Capitol Hill is home to two of Seattle's most popular parks: Volunteer Park, and Cal Anderson Park. Volunteer Park features a conservatory, a water tower with an observation deck, and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Cal Anderson Park has the Waterworks fountain, the Lincoln Reservoir, and Bobby Morris Playfield.

Capitol Hill is also centrally located to the rest of downtown Seattle and its many popular neighborhoods. It's just 10 minutes from downtown Seattle, and 20 minutes from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Accommodations


Pick from seven unique rooms at Seattle Gaslight Inn. Each of our guestrooms has a double bed or queen bed, a refrigerator and a television. A majority of our rooms have private baths. Some have decks with fantastic views of the Seattle skyline; others have warm, cozy fireplaces.

We have rooms located throughout all three levels of the house with a majority able to accommodate two guests. Check out our Accommodations page for pricing and availability. Or, simply give us a call.

Things to Do


Capitol Hill is filled with a variety of activities you're sure to enjoy. Both Volunteer Park and Cal Anderson Park are  is less than a mile from Seattle Gaslight Inn. At the park you can climb the water tower, and get a great view of the Seattle Skyline. The park is also home to the Seattle Asian Art Museum and the Volunteer Park Conservatory. Cal Anderson Park features beautiful fountains and a number of sports fields.

Our neighborhood is also home to numerous excellent music venues. The Crocodile has been in business since 1991 and still headlines well-known artists today. Another venue worth visiting is Nuemos. They host musicians from a variety of genres. 

Dining


The Capitol Hill area has numerous excellent restaurants and bars for you to enjoy. You can choose from a variety of cuisines, including Mexican, Italian, and more.

Well known restaurants that are relatively close to Seattle Gaslight Inn include Skillet (comfort food and and all-day breakfast menu), Mimiji (sushi), and Spinasse (Italian dishes). We're also a short walk to Bakery Nouveau, an excellent bakery that serves French breads, pastries, and plenty of other great food.


As for bars, try Redhook Brewlab. They've been serving excellent craft beers for over 35 years. Another excellent spot is Linda's Tavern. It's a great place to enjoy a beer, margarita, or glass of local cider.
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Give Us a Call


206-627-0531
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1727 15th Ave, Seattle, Washington
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ryan@seattlegaslightinn.com