If you’ve walked Capitol hill before then you probably know about Millionaire’s Row. This stretch of 14th Ave E holds the past homes of some of Seattle’s most iconic founders. And one of those homes actually happens to be a stunning bed and breakfast that you can stay in. Let’s take a look at the Shafer Baillie Mansion.

The Shafer Baillie Mansion is a 14,000 square-foot Tudor Revival home built in 1914. The mansion’s name references two of its earliest owners, Alexander Baillie and Julius Shafer. And what’s extra cool is that Alexander Baillie was responsible for introducing golf to the western United States. Who knew?

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Photo via Shafer Baille Mansion

When it comes to staying at the mansion you can expect a stay with old-world charm and modern amenities. And you can choose between eight different rooms with nightly prices ranging from $159-$269 a night. Many rooms have unique features like antique furniture or bathrooms with fixtures original to the home. And as each room is unique it means you have a reason to come back time and time again.

Photo via Shafer Baille Mansion

As this is a bed and breakfast you also expect a delicious continental-style breakfast in the morning. So what are you waiting for? Book yourself a staycation and take a step back into a bygone Seattle era, you won’t regret it. If you’d like to learn more about the Shafer Baillie Mansion you can click below.

Shafer Baille Mansion B&B

Where: 907 14th Avenue East
Cost: $159-$269 a night