Three friends enjoying coffee on the front porch of the brick sided inn.

Woodley Park – An Incredibly Convenient Neighborhood

Woodley Park is a beautiful neighborhood. It’s a safe, upscale urban community right in the heart of the city!

Our Washington DC bed and breakfast is incredibly convenient to everything you want to see and do in DC. 

  • The Metro (subway), is steps from the front door. Hop on the subway and you’ll be at the monuments and museums in minutes.
  • The National Cathedral and the National Zoo are a short walk.
  • The Marriott Wardman Park Hotel is right across the street
  • The Omni Shoreham is right around the corner.
  • The Washington Hilton is a 10 minute walk across the beautiful Taft Bridge
  • The DC Convention Center is 20 minutes door-to-door on the Metro
  • American University and Georgetown University are both close by.
  • Plus great restaurant choices – including early breakfast and late-night dinners – running trails and neighborhood walks.

Warm Hospitality & Wonderful Guests

The Woodley Park Guest House provides luxuriously quiet, comfortable rooms, a delicious buffet breakfast, and the personal hospitality of owners Raymond and Laura Saba and their incredible staff.

Start your day with owners and fellow guests from around the world as you enjoy a healthy breakfast featuring local and organic foods and great coffee. When you get home in the afternoon, you’ll find delicious snacks waiting for you. Need a few minutes to unwind? Enjoy a cup of tea on our comfortable front porch, followed by a great dinner in one of our excellent neighborhood restaurants.

When the day is done, get a great night’s sleep in a luxuriously comfortable bed in one of our quiet, elegantly furnished rooms. Whether you are in Washington DC for a well-deserved vacation, or you are making a routine business trip to the Nation’s Capital, our Washington DC B&B is your perfect choice of Washington DC accommodations.

Meet the Innkeepers

Raymond and Laura Saba

Raymond and Laura Saba never thought they would be proprietors of B&B’s. Raymond spent years at the World Bank while Laura worked in the retail and aerospace industries. Eventually they both quit their corporate jobs to own their own construction company, Raycon Incorporated, which has completed many interesting projects in the Washington, DC area.

Entertaining guests comes naturally to Raymond and Laura. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, Raymond embodies the Lebanese tradition and spirit of generous hospitality, while Laura adds the all-American, native-Washingtonian welcome.

In addition to their love of entertaining, Laura and Raymond love renovating old buildings. In 2003 they purchased an abandoned embassy property, and after extensive renovation, they opened the gorgeous Embassy Circle Guest House in 2007.

Raymond and Laura enjoy getting out of DC to spend time with friends and family, where you can be sure you’ll find them enjoying good food, good wine, good friends – and great conversation!