Willows Inn – San Francisco Gay Inn

Author: , June 28th, 2018

Willows Inn - San Francisco Gay Inn

The popular Willows Inn Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located in San Francisco’s Lesbian and Gay Castro neighborhood. We’re an easy drive or street car ride from all of San Francisco’s popular sights. And we’re just a short walk from the epicenter of gay San Francisco life, Castro Street.

Housed in a 1903 Edwardian, the Inn’s decor is a blend of handcrafted bentwood willow furnishings, antique dressers, armoires, and cozy comforters.

We’re ideally situated at the crossroads to San Francisco’s efficient transportation system. The subway will whisk you downtown in 10 minutes, while the streetcars, buses and the antique trolley service can take you to any other point in the city. Golden Gate Park, the Bridge, Union Square shopping, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Baker Beach (San Francisco’s nude beach) — all of San Francisco is easily accessible.

The Castro neighborhood itself offers a wide range of restaurants and cafes, specialty and second hand shops, gyms, bars, and a vintage ’30’s movie palace.

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Castillo Inn – San Francisco, California

Author: , December 28th, 2016

Castillo InnPeriodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

The Castillo Inn is a five minute walk from the heart of San Francisco’s gay area, The Castro, at Market and Castro Streets, and just two blocks to major city transportation.

Our guest rooms share a bathroom. Three of our rooms have queen beds, and the fourth has a double bed. Our rooms are clean, quiet and comfortable.

Stays at the Castillo Inn B&B include a continental breakfast each morning, and in the common area, we have a a refrigerator, microwave and a telephone with a voice mail for guest use.

Wireless internet access is also available for your laptop, and we have a fax as well for business travelers to use.

Ask for parking. The Castillo Inn, is a non-smoking establishment.

The next time your travels bring you to San Francisco, come stay with us at Castillo Inn Bed & Breakfast.

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Gay San Francisco During the Holidays

Author: , December 5th, 2010

Gay San FranciscoSan Francisco is the gayest city in the United States. As far back as 1964, Life magazine declared the City by the Bay the “gay capital of the nation.” After all, this is where Harvey Milk first stood at the corner of Market and Castro, paving the way for the Castro to become the heart of LGBT life.

In addition to gay life, San Francisco has plenty of worthwhile attractions like Alcatraz, the MoMa, the DeYoung Museum, and Golden Gate Park among many others. There are ferries, bridges, bike rides and hikes. Our city is a 49 square mile wonderland, with distinct neighborhoods and amazing contrasts.

This creative city is often shrouded in fog, especially in the mornings, and maintains a mild climate year-round. The city features many microclimates, so a light jacket is an essential daily item even on the sunniest days. You may have heard the saying, “the coldest winter I have ever spent is a summer in San Francisco,” so beware! Summer in San Francisco actually arrives in September and October, when the Indian Summer delivers near-perfect mid-70s weather for 2 months straight.

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