Welcome to The Webster . A Haute & Hip B & B In Hayes Valley
A Garden Level , Art Filled Upscale Euro Style B&B in a beautiful San Francisco Victorian. We are a Gay friendly Property . We are an Ideal Place to stay if you are a Traveling Business Professional looking for an alternative to the anonymous hotel chains and want a local flavor and Unique experience
We offer you 2 rooms to choose from . A Large Furnished Master Bedroom . High speed Wireless and Cable, Cal King Bed, Desk, Table and Chairs .Or, a Mini Library Room, with a Queen size pullout sofa bed. High Speed Wireless and Cable TV, Shared Split Shower and WC , Private Backyard Patio Garden, Large Stocked Kitchen and Dining room and Living Room and your very own Private Snack Fridge
Centrally located in the Lower Haight /Hayes Valley just steps away from all the Major Muni Lines , Cafes, Bars . Safeway Market is 2 blocks away !! Be in SOMA or Fin Dist in under 10 mins . Sorry No Smoking allowed inside the House, It is Allowed On Patio. Sorry No Pets allowed .
Located in one of San Francisco’s most bohemian neighborhoods, I offer a large comfy room with a very comfortable Cal King and shared bathroom.
My home is located on Webster St which is half block from the trendy shops, restaurants, cafes, art galleries and salons of the Lower Haight. It is walking distance to beautiful Alamo Square Park (home of the fabled “Painted Ladies” Victorian homes), Hayes Valley,Lower Haight, NOPA, the Panhandle, Golden Gate Park, Upper Haight, the Mission, the Castro and Civic Center.
Public transportation is only steps away with the public bus lines (MUNI) and Metro service to Downtown, BART, and Ocean Beach. Freeway access is a short drive to both north and south-bound directions.
There are many restaurants and cafes just steps away to please your palate… Uva Enoteca (Italian), Thep Phanom (Thai), Axum Café (Ethiopian), Maven (American), Indian Oven, Rosamunde, Memphis Minnie’s (BBQ), Café du Soleil and many others.
Clean towels and linens are provided as well as Wifi. A self-serve continental breakfast is available upon request.
Hayes Valley/Lower Haight was recently voted San Franciscans’ “favorite” neighborhood by a popular real estate blog. Here’s a closer look at this fun and funky place to live and hang out.
Hayes Valley/ Lower Haight is the blocks off of Haight that are west of Divsadero, south of Oak or Fell, north of Duboce, and east of Webster, Laguna, or Market.
Haight Street & Hayes St of course, is known for its great mélange of retail establishments, bars and eateries, and art, both street scene and commercial. Lower Haight features more of the restaurants, watering holes and art establishments.
This is a neighborhood where people are out and about in the street at all hours, walking and talking, eating and cycling, skating and singing, hustling and bustling. You will get asked for spare change and there might be more felonious types of hustling going on in a nearby dark alley, but for the most part Hayes Valley / Lower Haight has ditched its dangerous past and is a pretty safe place to be, as long as you’re self aware and smart.
Housing in the area includes apartments, subdivided old homes into duplexes and quad-plexes, and some single family homes.
Your neighbors will be a super diverse mix of singles, families and couples, primarily working class, most liberal and community minded. If you want to get to know your neighborhood and get involved, there are tons of cooperatives and non-profits that make it easy to do so.
Public transportation to and from Lower Haight is plentiful via Muni, and if you ever cycle The Wiggle – a bike route from the Mission to Golden Gate Park – you’ve passed right through the Lower Haight.
Life in the Hayes Valley/Lower Haight is filled with interesting experiences, new foods and good friends!
For all of our out of town people visiting for the first time
I recommend getting a Go San Francisco Card
Best deal is for a weeks pass with entry into all the cultural attractions
Also, get yourself a Muni Week pass or Safari Pass
for unlimited public transportation . You really don't need to rent a car in SF, its very Walkable
and if you do rent a car, the City has Carshare
Such as Zipcar /citycarshare so if you are already a member, its a great deal