The Seattle Gaslight Inn was originally built in the early 1900s for Paul Singerman, a prominent Seattle businessman. The home is an excellent example of Craftsman-style architecture, with a wide porch, low-pitched roofline, and overhanging eaves. The interior features rich, dark colors, with oak trim work and paneling. This historic site was granted landmark status by the city of Seattle in 2015. Besides our seven guest rooms, our inn has a number of common areas for guests to enjoy. Relax by the oak fireplace in our spacious living room, or
The Inn is a family run business with my wife Joelle, myself, our two kids Jacob & Anna and our tuxedo cat Tuxie. We love meeting and hosting new people from all over the globe. This house is full of love and warmth, which we want to share with all of our guests. There are truly no strangers at the Seattle Gaslight.