Street Bed and Breakfast, a spacious, six bedroom
Victorian built in 1906 in the Tulpehocken Station Historic District
of N.W. Philadelphia. Located along a one-block, charming and
quiet side street, Burbridge Street is a brick-paved, historically
protected street with large stone and brick homes. These houses
were once home to some of Philadelphia's captains of industry.
Located just seven miles by parkland
drives from Center
City Philadelphia (a 10 to 15 minute drive), the
B&B is being lovingly restored to its Victorian heyday, complete
with lovely antiques, original works of art and oriental rugs.
Following major structural improvements during 2008-2009, the
B&B has re-opened in Spring, 2009.
The proprietor is a former international
marketing consultant with wide experience in the fine art of pampering
the sophisticated business and leisure traveler.
Luxury linens and towels, down
comforters and pillows, even a down mattress topper on one of
the beds for the hard to please sleeper, make your sleep here
the best you'll find outside your own bed.
A lovely and filling breakfast
shared at our signature round dining room table starts the day
off right, for a memorable Philadelphia visit. Drawing travelers
from all corners of the world, the Burbridge St. B&B soon
becomes a "home away from home" for our well traveled
Contact the proprietor, Marney
Hague, with any questions you may have about your special needs
or travel/convention plans. You can email
your questions to Marney, or call directly at (215)
Call to request more information
today: (215) 843-0886
Burbridge Street Bed and
Breakfast • 6324 Burbridge Street • Philadelphia,