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Stayed here towards the end of October and thoroughly enjoyed my two nights, in this really charming home thanks to my lovely and beautiful hosts Shelia and Cindy. My room was very comfortable and straight away I felt I was staying with family not strangers...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 1 week ago
We're looking forward to it too! It was a blast hosting you and sharing the spirit of the '60s -- we like to think Jimi wrote Electric Ladyland for our place. Can't wait to see you again the next time you're in San Francisco!
First of all, this guesthouse is not for people who love standardised and sanitised hotels. It is in old house full of personal items. Some people would call it weird. It is located in nice neighbourhood 5 minute walk from BART station. We were upgraded...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 2 weeks ago
Ezis, I really appreciate you sharing your support for what we do here, and I'm so happy you're a fan of the decor and the atmosphere we've created. It was wonderful having you, and I hope you'll be back for another stay sometime in the...More
I stayed for 2 weeks at Noes Nest.
And by the end of my stay I didn't want to leave
Shiela is an amazing host , she understands her guests and makes everyone feel so welcome and special
Her place is eclectic & very tastefully...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 12 September 2017
Thanks so much for sharing this experience! I'm so happy to hear you loved your stay with us so much and it's awesome that you got to enjoy the atmosphere of two different rooms while you were here. You were a stellar guest, and we're...More
Sheila Ash has opened her amazing home as a B& B and we were so
Lucky to find it! She is a warm, interesting, wonderful woman, who provides so much more than a place to sleep. You will not be sorry if you choose it,...More
Thank Edward and Kare... L
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 20 June 2017
Edward and Karen, we're the lucky ones! It's wonderful that you found us and that you enjoyed your stay. I can't wait to let Sheila know what you said -- she'll be thrilled that she was such a great part of your visit. We hope...More
This was a good place to stay if you are looking for something a bit different. Beautiful back garden to sit in if you have extra time, the house is located on a quiet street. Parking was a bit of a gong-show. Nice continental breakfast...More
Response from Cindy T, Manager at Noe's Nest Bed and BreakfastResponded 25 April 2017
It's great to hear that you felt relaxed while you were here! I'm sorry if it felt a bit small for you, though. We're a Bed and Breakfast, so we want to provide that charm for you. We hope that you still enjoyed your stay,...More
US$218 - US$344 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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