Here at The Georgetown House Inn, we are committed to offering an affordable lodging option in the heart of the city to our budget-savvy customers. In order to transfer those cost-savings directly to our customers we will offer maid service only after a 3 day stay. Anything shorter than a 3 day stay will not include maid service. If you would like your towels changed prior to that, please put in your request before 12pm on the day you would like them changed.
The Georgetown House is a converted barn and sleeping area for the mules and mule drivers that used to ply the C & O Canal. They have done a... read more
Excellent location and reasonable rates (unless you are there during the surge prices of parents weekend and graduation...) Some rooms are tiny, but the larger ones on upper floors are... read more
Located next to the canal and half a block from the Main Street you are close to restaurants, shops and coffee shops. The room is very small reminding me of... read more
We stayed at The Georgetown House for a week in March 2019, while touring DC's museums. This place is a gem! It is in a great location in Georgetown. We... read more
It was a nice winter night in upscale Georgetown, Washington, DC. Brought late night tickets to a live jazz performance at Blues Alley. Georgetown House is only about... read more
We came down to DC after spending a few days in hectic NYC. It was such a pleasure to check into our well designed and modern room at this... read more
The story of the Georgetown House is one of history and undeniable charm. Originally, this two-story building on the edge of canal and 31st St was constructed by the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company to be utilized as a storage room around the 1830’s. Later on, this building became a tavern but shortly thereafter turned into a stable for horses or mules who pulled the cargo up and down the canal. The drivers lived above. The Georgetown House still houses some of this historic charm in its small quaint rooms, rickety wooden floor boards, and small balcony overlooking the canal.
We are in the middle of Georgetown and share a wall with a local Italian restaurant. You are steps away from the best retail and dining attractions that DC has to offer. However, be aware that due to our prime location, you may experience some noise particularly on weekend nights.