Madison Street Inn | Santa Clara B&B
A Silicon Valley Bed and Breakfast
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Accommodations

Built in 1890 The Madison Street Inn is over 100 years old. Extensive remodeling was completed in the 1980's by the original owners to turn the historic Queen Anne Victorian family home to a family run Bed&Breakfast. Read their full story here [Link to Story Here]. 

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As was typical during the Victorian period in America, the house was built with many small yet comfortable rooms, each serving a particular purpose. When converting the house to a B&B in the 1980's we converted original bedroom closets in some rooms to small private bathrooms.  Each room feature an armoire and dresser to hold your clothing, a Queen or Full sized bed and sleeps up to two people comfortably.

Our downstairs Suite is designed to accommodate up to four people, however upon request, it be transformed to hold up to six guests at additional cost. 

If you are traveling with others and space and privacy is important to you, we highly recommend booking individual rooms (10% discount on multi-room bookings) or consider booking our larger suite for maximum comfort.

Currently the Inn features Bed and Breakfast accommodations in (5) carefully appointed guest rooms. We offer the following room types in our Santa Clara, CaliforniaBed and Breakfast: 

*Full sized bedroom with shared bathroom
*Full sized bedroom with private bathroom

*Queen sized bedroom with private bathroom
*King bedroom suite with full sized convertible sofa bed (additional bed to accomodate up to (6) people at additional charge)

 

Our Parlor

Madison Street Inn's parlor features an original chair and sofa set by George Gellaff, a crazy, talented 19th century furniture maker. Parlor, sitting and hallway walls feature Bradbury and Bradbury wallpapers. The wood floors are made of vertical grain redwood.

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Our Dining Room

Overlooking the gardens, the dining room features a china cabinet built by the innkeeper, Ralph. The Inn also has a, "Revolving" library - bring one in, take away another - established by our regular guests over the past 20 years.

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