"Where do spies & foreign correspondents stay?" Tabard Inn Tip by VA_Dave

Tabard Inn, Washington D.C.: 275 reviews and 1 photos

The Tabard Inn was first mentioned in Chaucer's Cantebury Tales.

I hear that Joan Baez stays at
the here when she is in town.

I also imagine that the bar is
filled with spies and foreign

According to the web page:

Welcome to the Tabard Inn, Washington D.C.'s quintessential small hotel located on a quiet tree-lined street just five blocks from the White House. Vibrant, yet unassuming, the Tabard is comprised of 40 sleeping rooms, each unique in character and design.

Feast on eclectic American cuisine in our acclaimed restaurant, or enjoy a cocktail and listen to live jazz in one of our cozy Victorian sitting areas. Mingle with travelers from around the world who find the Tabard the only place to stay when their travels bring them to Washington.

Address: 1739 North N Street NW
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: 5 blocks from the White House
Phone: 202-785-1277
Price: US$120-180
Theme: Inn
Website: http://www.tabardinn.com/

Review Helpfulness: 2 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Aug 31, 2005
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