You are our house guest at Mission Manor on the 2nd floor flat of an enchanting, San Francisco townhome, ideally located in the vibrant Mission Dolores area, between the Castro, the Mission District, and Noe Valley. With a walk score of 95, a transit score of 99, and a biker score of 98, our location couldn’t be better! We are just steps away from beautiful Dolores Park, Mission Dolores Church and many of the city’s best restaurants, bars and nightclubs.
Built in 1910, Mission Manor retains many original details, including fireplaces, pocket doors, vaulted ceilings and the original claw foot bathtub. Natural light dazzles throughout. With four bedrooms and a living room with a fold out bed that can be closed off to become a fifth bedroom, you’ll be pampered with 600-thread count sheets, down or down alternative pillows, and lofty comforters. Amenities in each room include: Wi-Fi Internet access, HD-TV, DVD player, a clock radio/CD player, and access to a DVD movie library. Also provided: 100% Turkish cotton towels, hairdryers, shampoo, conditioner, body wash and body lotion. A large capacity washer and dryer are also accessible during your stay.
The fully equipped eat-in kitchen seats eight. The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel dishwasher, fridge, Cuisinart toaster, coffee maker and blender, pots & pans, dishes. To begin your stay, we generously stock the fridge with fresh fruits, juice, milk, 7 grain bread, English muffins, yogurt, butter, and jam. Our cupboards offer a selection of black, green and herbal teas as well as coffee. If you plan to cook, a full array of spices, plus oils are supplied to help get you started.
Our walk score of 95 means that you can easily pick up your favorite treats, local organic produce, wine, cheese, and enticing take-out at the Bi-Rite gourmet grocery around the block. Safeway is only a few blocks away.
Mission Manor is located in the epicenter of the Mission District's foodie paradise. For lunch or dinner, take a stroll through the neighborhood to discover the famed “Gourmet Ghetto” of 18th Street. Try the perfect croissants or the legendary bread pudding at Tartine Bakery, (rated 28 by Zagat’s). Enjoy a casual breakfast or lunch at the Dolores Park Café or dine at the renowned Delfina Restaurant and it's charming pizzeria next door. En route home, stop by for some of the city’s best ice cream at the Bi-Rite. Or walk another block to try some of the many hip and excellent restaurants along the Valencia Corridor. There are also coffee shops, book-shops, art galleries, bars and clubs of every variety. You will never be bored or go hungry in this neighborhood!
Our neighborhood’s transit score of 99 means that within two or three blocks, you can take a street car, BART, Muni, bus or Zip Car to explore the city and visit other well-known destinations such as the Ferry Building, Union Square, ATT Park, the Alcatraz tour boats and Fishermen’s Wharf, or intersect with San Francisco’s historic cable car lines. If you are feeling especially active and adventuresome, rent a bike only a few blocks away at Mission Bike on Valencia Street.
Because we are so well located, we don't recommend bringing a car into the city if you can avoid it. Street parking is scarce and usually has a strictly enforced 2 hour parking limit between the hours of 8:00am-9:00pm. Garage parking is expensive, especially in congested areas. You are best off walking & using our very good public transportation system to get around the city. Mission Manor does have space for one car in the on-premise garage, available 1st come/1st serve for $30/n extra. (Size restrictions apply).
We look forward to hosting you at Mission Manor!