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House Of Two Urns B&B

This charming inn, replete with antiques and original artwork, is just a heartbeat away from all the shopping and sights found tarjeta de credito facil de obtener in downtown Chicago. Best of all, it is located in vibrant Wicker Park, an excitingly diverse neighborhood, filled with lively coffeehouses, hip boutiques and superb dining spots all within a short walk from the inn.

Retaining all the charm of yesteryear, this 1912 brownstone offers all the modern conveniences of the 21st century to the leisure or business guest including free internet access, local phone calls and off-street or garage parking.  Sweet smells still waft through this former Polish bakery each morning as freshly baked muffins or scones greet B&B guests as part of a hearty full breakfast.  Our apartment units offer lots of privacy and your own kitchen to prepare any of your meals.  A minimum 3 night stay is required on weekends from March through early December.


1239 N. Greenview Avenue map
Chicago, IL 60622-3318
Neighborhood  Wicker Park


Reservations  773-235-1408 or 877-Two-Urns

Website www.twourns.com

Amenities Rooms and Rates
  • Free parking
  • Free wi-fi and a guest computer with DSL internet access
  • Free fax/local phone calls
  • Dish network TV with 13 free movie channels and DVD/VCR
  • DVD/Video library
  • Spa robes and slippers
  • In-room iron and ironing board
  • Hair Dryer
  • Alarm Clock/Radio
  • Kitchen with coffee/tea, soda service
  • Laundry
Room Type Sleeps Rates 
Suite or 3 bedroom Apartments 1 - 7 $185 - $350*
4 bedroom Apartment 1 - 11 $350 - $550*
Deluxe Guestrooms 1 - 2 $129 - $175*
Basic Guestrooms 1 - 2 $99 - $119*

*Rates are subject to change without notice and are based on availability.


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