Why Georgetown House?

History buffs can tour stunning historic 18th and 19th century mansions or see the one-time homes of JFK and Julia Child. Foodies will find locally owned gems that appeal for a quick bite alongside world-class restaurants perfect for a leisurely dining experience. Outdoor enthusiasts flock to C&O Canal for some of the most picturesque kayaking, jogging and cycling backdrops the city has to offer. M Street may be best known for wide-ranging retail stores that includes such mainstream crowd-pleasers as Anthropologie and Lululemon and exclusive high-end designers like Billy Reid and Rag & Bone. The neighborhood is also home to a solid selection of upscale home design stores, independent small businesses and many of the city’s best fine art galleries.



Monuments and memorials, eclectic neighborhoods, true local flavor – Washington, DC is a place unlike any other. 


Georgetown is Washington, D.C.'s oldest neighborhood, having been established decades before the city itself. Finding a memorable meal is easier than ever and there's a wide range of options. 

The Georgetown House is offering our guests exclusive 15% off deals for Il Canale and Martin's Tavern. 


Serious shoppers are all-too familiar with this established shopping hub, which features a little bit of everything, from indie specialty shops to home design to high-end boutiques to national and international retail. Scout out new accessories from  Tory Birch, or splurge on a bona fide new look from fashionista-approved brands like Billy Reid and Rag & Bone. Meanwhile, the style-setters at Hu's Wear (and Hu’s Shoes, just down the street) have all you’ll need to pull off the latest looks. In addition there are stable of national retailers like J.Crew, Nike Georgetown and T.J. Maxx.


Throw on your white loafers, pop your polo collar, and grab your designer bag for a weekend out in Georgetown. This is a hodge-podge of college students, upper-crust shopaholics, wayward tourists, and local residents who have managed to find nooks and crannies along bustling M Street that the travelers have yet to conquer.