60642-3318 Chicago, IL, United States , 1239 Greenview +1 773 235 1408
A charming brownstone two-flat, the House of Two Urns earned its name from a recurring motif in the original stained glass and rooftop urns. Built as a storefront Polish bakery, the B&B is in the owner's flat on the second floor and is conveniently located close to downtown in Wicker Park, is just off the Kennedy expressway and 1.5 blocks to subway and buses... More from BedandBreakfast.com
A charming brownstone two-flat, the House of Two Urns earned its name from a recurring motif in the original stained glass and rooftop urns. Built as a storefront Polish bakery, the B&B is in the owner's flat on the second floor and is conveniently located close to downtown in Wicker Park, is just off the Kennedy expressway and 1.5 blocks to subway and buses. Garden fresh fruits grace the full breakfast of one of Kapra's blue plate specials or choose from the buffet of freshly baked muffins, breads, homemade granola, homemade jams from our fruit garden, cold or hot cereals, yogurt and bananas, tea or coffee and orange juice. We are celebrating our 20th year in business and look forward to welcoming you to our home on your next visit to Chicago. Wicker Park is a hip, dynamic, ethnically diverse neighborhood that is safe for walking to and from public transit or the many restaurants, coffee houses, alternative theater/music venues and boutiques that are within a 20 min. walk from the inn. Guests from around the world have enjoyed the hospitality of the inn's host, who is very knowledgeable about Chicago, the arts, cultural events and can help make your trip and enjoyable and memorable one.
|General||Air-conditioned, Designated smoking area, Express check out, Gift shop, No smoking, Non-smoking rooms available, Parking (free), Storage available|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)||Landmarks||
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"Artists own these two houses at Wicker Park’s edge, so it’s no surprise both are fancifully furnished with old cameras, cobalt glass and other odd antiques, as well as original art. Rooms are more homey than luxurious. Those at the lower end of the spectrum share a bathroom, while those at the upper end have a Jacuzzi tub and include free off-street parking. Guests all gather in the main dining room for a cooked breakfast (banana French toast, for example), though you can request a..." read more on Lonely Planet
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