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All reviewspacific heightsfillmore styogurtcontinental breakfastnice kitchensitting areawould stay here againhard boiled eggstop floorqueen bedpublic transportationa great place to staynext morningwithin walking distancetwo blockscityunion
Very interesting experience in a great Pacific heights neighborhood. Close to Fillmore street with shops and restaurants and close to the awesome Lafayette park. This place makes you feel like you are visiting friends, so not your typical hotel.
Didn`t care for breakfast, but it...More
I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived at the Jackson Court to find a beautiful old mansion converted into a B&B. The entry sitting room was warm and inviting with a fire burning and a tea buffet. The adjacent room for reading or using your...More
Annual visitors to San Francisco Jackson Court is like our second home. The house, a 1900's mansion is converted to 10 rooms. 2 being reserved for owners the others vary in decoration and furnishings. All have access to the open meeting areas and kitchen which...More
Jackson court is in what seemed to us to be one of the safer areas of San Francisco and well located for walking to the Bay Area, for ATMs, take out food, bars and shops etc. I particularly liked that we had access to the...More
Jackson Court is in a beautiful street at Pacific Heights - at walking distance from public transportation. Walking down to the water side is an adventure, because of the extremely steep streets. Our room was spacious enough - but as there is no elevator taking...More
Hmmm. We had our own car. It's not near any public transportation and the area has enough hills to discourage walking your luggage a long way. i would say taxi or the 'uber' ride service. Call or email the office at... More
Hmmm. We had our own car. It's not near any public transportation and the area has enough hills to discourage walking your luggage a long way. i would say taxi or the 'uber' ride service. Call or email the office at Jackson Court for their suggestion.