Bloomingdale Gets a New Bed and Breakfast – “The Little Inn on T Street”

131 T Street, NW

From a press release:

The Little Inn on T Street, located at 131 T St. NW, will open its doors to the public for an exclusive unveiling on Sunday, June 17th from 2pm until 5pm. Conveniently situated a short distance from the Capitol and Union Station, The Little Inn on T Street is a three-story, five-bedroom limited stay residency with bright, spacious interiors, modern amenities, and American Southwest inspired décor. This property was designed and constructed by Mike Little, a longtime Bloomingdale resident and owner of NOA Gallery and Design Studio, which has operated in the neighborhood for the past 30 years.

Blending contemporary urban luxury with organic architectural accents, The Little Inn on T Street offers visitors to the DC Metropolitan area an indulgent, neighborhood lodging experience in the heart of Bloomingdale. The first level of the bed and breakfast incorporates a spacious open-plan design able to accommodate dining and meeting use. Guests can visit the neighborhood restaurants or dine in; The Little Inn on T Street provides a galley-style kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite countertops throughout. The second level has three bedrooms, a reading room, a free-hanging fireplace constructed with river rock, and an accessible balcony. There are an additional two bedrooms, a full kitchen, and a lounge area equipped with flat-screens on the underground level.

The high ceilings, arches, stained glass, sky-lights and lavish use of Brazilian hardwood floors throughout imbue the property with a sumptuous and tranquil ambiance, making a stay at The Little Inn on T Street an experience that guests will relish. Booking opportunities will become available starting June 18th.

The Sunday launch of The Little Inn on T Street marks the culmination of a three-year renovation and construction phase which transformed the Bloomingdale row house into this stunning bed and breakfast. Mike Little decided to put his curatorial touch on the bed and breakfast concept after recognizing the desire of residents to have neighborhood accommodations for their out-of-town guests that would enable them to share with their visitors the experiences that are unique to life in Bloomingdale.

Photos courtesy of The Little Inn on T Street:

17 Comment

  • Always great seeing new businesses opening and looks like they did a great job on the interior.

    I’m always hesitant about staying in B&B’s. Never stayed in one but seems like there’s a lack of privacy.

    That being said I hope this place does great.

    • you should try it… they are lovely and I’ve never had an issue with privacy… most of the time, you don’t run into other guests, except at well…. breakfast.

    • There isn’t an issue with privacy because you have your own space completely separate from other visitors.

  • Wow! It looks lovely. Congrats to the owners, and best of luck!! 🙂

  • Looks great! Is there a website? (I Googled and didn’t find one) If the owner is reading this and can post this info I’ll share the info…I work at a non-profit near Union Station and we’re always looking for B&B-type options for our visiting guests. Thanks!

    • Surely there’s a website… surely you wouldn’t open a business in this day and age without a website… surely? Shirley?

  • this is awesome… a great place for relatives in from out of town if you don’t have the room to host. perfect.

  • the furnishings look cheap. And vertical blinds?

  • The furnishings seem appropriate. However, the vertical blinds must go…badbadbad. A throwback to 1985, instantly depressing to any interior.

  • Galley kitchen – does that mean they don’t provide breakfast? Otherwise, I’d be game to try it out.

  • To be able to support a business like this shows that this little corner of DC has really come a long way very quickly.

  • The place looks beautiful, particularly the really cool fireplace. I agree with the other posters that the vertical blinds need to go, though.

    Given how big (and size does matter) of a gayborhood Bloomingdale is becoming, the owners would be wise to advertise in gay papers in other cities.

  • Does anyone know how to contact them about a room? I can’t find a website or phone number.

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