The House of Two Urns Bed and Breakfast has been Chicago’s B&B in Wicker Park for the past 24 years, offering a reasonably priced alternative to Chicago hotels in a safe, quiet, north side neighborhood.  This historic Chicago Bed and Breakfast offers all the comforts of home in a Chicago brownstone two-flat that was built as a Polish Bakery just 5 minutes from downtown with easy access to public transit at the Division stop on the Blue line subway from O’Hare airport.

The Two Urns has been welcoming guests from all corners of the world since 1991.   We may be forced out of business by year’s end by the local Property Tax Assessor, Joe Berrios, who is increasing property taxes on only the 23 licensed Bed and Breakfasts in the County by an estimated $20,000 – $60,000/per B&B next year.  Please assist us by signing this petition if you wish to see not just Two Urns, but all the licensed B&BS in Cook County survive past 2015: Say NO to Joe Berrios – Save our B&BS. 

Chicago Tribune coverage of this issue

We host many international guests, who come for the first time to explore our world class city and want a place to really call home; many of our guests are visiting family or friends, who live in the surrounding West Town areas of Wicker Park, Bucktown, Logan Square, Humboldt Park, East Village and the Ukrainian Village: all charming Chicago neighborhoods filled with boutique shopping, microbreweries and award-winning restaurants.  Two Urns Promo 1.