Puerto Rico Western Mountains

Quite, pleasing and comfortable.

Edwin Cortés Seguinot and Yaiza Arvelo Serrano opened the first bed & breakfast in San Sebastián to provide tourists with an intimate experience of the city. Located in the heart of the city, San Sebastián Bed & Breakfast is a two-minute walk away from San Sebastian’s historical museums and archives, antique church building and elegant plazas. The family-operated inn offers homemade breakfasts made with local ingredients and served in an elegant dining room that emulates a family meal at home.   

Amenities

Wi-Fi

Daily breakfast

Parking

Family rooms

Non-smoking rooms

Contact

Edwin Cortés Seguinot and Yaiza Arvelo Serrano

(787) 942-2867

http://sansebastianbb.com/

info@sansebastianbb.com

 

 

 

 

Reviews

 
“A wonderful surprise!”

San Sebastián B&B is a hidden gem in the town of San Sebastián. Our room was very clean and comfortable. Management was incredibly friendly and helpful. We stayed for two nights and breakfast included eggs, ham, bread, coffee, juice and fresh fruit. I highly recommend San Sebastián and I am looking forward our next visit."

Girasol_2016

“Quiet, pleasing and comfortable”

Excellent service, excellent staff and very clean accommodations. Rooms are very tidy and nice. TV and wifi included. A perfect place to stay if you are in the north west area of the island’s central mountain chain. A hidden diamond for genuine and good hearted travelers.

fercaguami

“Excellent Service”

We drove from Bayamón and stayed there for two days. From the beginning, the owners/managers were very courteous and friendly. Information was provided about what to do and see around town. The B & B is in a nondescript street but the ambiance is quiet and welcoming. We had breakfast both days and ownership was very accommodating and interacted with the guests. Free parking in front of the building was a plus too. Overall, we were very satisfied with the place and its management. We would definitely stay there again and would recommend to other travelers.

Domingo D

 

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