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Bishops Hall

Oak Park, IL 60302
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Bishops Hall is an Oak Park bed and breakfast built in 1916 in the Georgian revival style. The establishment received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2014 and is a member of the American Hotel & Lodging Association. The Coral and Blue Room, the Tartan Room, and the Yellow Room are all equipped with robes, toiletries, hair dryers, fresh flowers, and chocolates. Room rates also include a full service breakfast, which is served on the terrace or balcony during summer months. Rates are determined seasonally and typically range between $175 and $265 per night.

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City Scene Bed & Breakfast

Chicago, IL 60614
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City Scene Bed & Breakfast in Chicago is located on the “garden level of a Victorian four-flat, constructed shortly after the 1871 Chicago Fire.” The establishment sits on a quiet, residential street in Lincoln Park. Private suites with one and two bedrooms, sitting room, and private bathroom are available. A full kitchen allows guests to conveniently prepare breakfast. Rates range from $125 to $300 depending on number of guests, length of stay, and season. Reservations require a nonrefundable deposit equal to one night’s stay. The facility is not recommended for guests younger than 18, and smoking and pets are not allowed.

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Harvey House Bed and Breakfast

Oak Park, IL 60302
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Harvey House Bed and Breakfast in Oak Park is a place for “relaxation and comfort with an attention to luxurious detail.” All guest rooms include breakfast, wireless internet, central air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a private bathroom. Additional amenities include blow dryers, CD players, full-length mirrors, and Aveda bath products. Penthouse and bed and breakfast suites are available, with rates ranging between $185 and $300.

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House 5863 Bed & Breakfast

Chicago, IL 60660
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House 5863 Bed & Breakfast is an “urban, hip place to stay in the heart of Chicago’s north side.” The establishment is a member of the Chicago Bed & Breakfast Association, the Andersonville Chamber of Commerce, and the Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. Five guest rooms with private bathrooms feature king-sized beds, flat panel televisions, and high-speed wireless internet access. Rates vary seasonally and range between $99 and $189 per night.

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Ray's Bucktown Bed and Breakfast

Chicago, IL 60647
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Ray’s Bucktown Bed and Breakfast in Chicago “welcomes everyone, whether in town for work or play.” The facility is modeled after European hotels and spas and features 11 guest rooms with private bathrooms. Room rates include amenities such as cooked-to-order breakfast, WiFi, central heat and air conditioning, a steam room and sauna, free unrestricted parking, and free bottled water, coffee, and tea. Rates vary seasonally and single night stays are accepted.

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Silversmith Hotel

Chicago, IL 60603
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The Silversmith Hotel offers “boutique accommodations in the heart” of Chicago. Hotel rooms blend “contemporary design elements with historic architecture” and feature 12-foot ceilings and perks like complimentary WiFi and valet parking. Customers who book online 21 days in advance or more will receive up to 10% off on any room rate. The company offers specialty packages, such as the “Chicago Romantic Getaway,” the “Chicago Tourist Attraction Package,” and the “AAA Special,” which affords AAA cardholders an additional 10% discount.

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The Old Chicago Inn

Chicago, IL 60657
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The Old Chicago Inn is a bed and breakfast located four blocks from Wrigley Field and conveniently close to the Downtown Loop and Michigan Avenue. Amenities include continental breakfast, a complimentary dinner at Trader Todd’s restaurant, WiFi, guest parking permits, plush robes, DirecTV television, and maid service by request.

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The Sono Chicago

Chicago, IL 60610
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The Sono Chicago is a “newly built boutique bed and breakfast located in the heart of the historic Old Town District of Chicago.” The hotel offers “intimate, charming, and cozy accommodations” with amenities like a rooftop deck with a firepit and a “top of the line kitchen.” Most rooms feature deluxe linens, Smart LCD televisions, private en-suite bathrooms, private balconies, and complimentary WiFi.

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The Villa Toscana Bed & Breakfast

Chicago, IL 60657
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The Villa Toscana Bed & Breakfast is located in “one of Chicago’s most exciting and diverse entertainment districts.” The Victorian guesthouse was built in 1892 and features two levels with four rooms each. Rates are seasonal and range between $99 and $149 plus tax per night. The facility does not allow indoor smoking, pets or service animals, or guests under the age of 18.

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Villa D'Citta

Chicago, IL 60614
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Villa D’Citta is Chicago’s “old world style luxury guest house,” featuring amenities such as an outdoor patio with jacuzzi, a gourmet kitchen, elevator service, large private suites, a private grotto, and high-speed WiFi. The bed and breakfast is a member of BedandBreakfast.com’s “Diamond Collection” and received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence in 2016. The hotel’s building was constructed in 1887 as a family cottage, and has since been converted to represent a “romantic ambiance with luxurious amenities.”

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Welcome Inn Manor

Chicago, IL 60653
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Welcome Inn Manor stands in an 1893 Queen Anne historic home 12 minutes away from Chicago’s Downtown Loop. The bed and breakfast features reasonably priced door to door transportation and shuttle service within a 10-mile radius. TripAdvisor awarded the establishment a Certificate of Excellence in 2014 and 2015. Room rates include hot breakfast, complimentary drop off service, and one night of chef-prepared dining for two. The facility features seven suites ranging from $159 to $459 per night.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Was the Lizzie Borden house really turned into a bed and breakfast?

A: The Lizzie Borden house was turned into a bed and breakfast in 1996. It offers house tour, ghost hunt, and ghost tour packages, and guests can choose from Lizzie and Emma Borden's bedroom, the Morse murder room, or the Andrew and Abby Borden suite for overnight stays. The bed and breakfast also offers day tours.

Q: Do you need a license to operate a bed and breakfast?

A: Licenses are required to operate bed and breakfast establishments. Specific requirements may vary by state, but all operators must obtain a general business license to meet local government regulations. Additional types of permits may be required, such as federal and state tax ID numbers, food service certifications, and a liquor license, among others.

Q: Do bed and breakfasts have private bathrooms?

A: Some bed and breakfasts offer private bathrooms attached to the bedrooms, while others have bathrooms that are shared between rooms. Some B&Bs have a mixture of both types of accommodations. Prior to booking your stay at a bed and breakfast, it's always a good idea to verify whether the rooms have private or shared bathrooms.

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