A historically certified inn located in Philadelphia’s Center City

Trade Winds Bed & Breakfast

943 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Phone: 215-592-8644 | Email: infoandvisit[at]aol.com


Trade Winds Bed & Breakfast is located on the corner 10th and Lombard St. in Philadelphia’s downtown area, just a stone’s throw from major tourist attractions such as the Liberty Bell, City Hall, and Rittenhouse Square.

There are many wonderful restaurants and cafes a few steps away which will suit all tastes and budgets. Whole Foods and ACME are just one block away. Starbucks and Wawa are two blocks away.

Distance to other nearby locations:

  • Public Parking Garage: 1 block
  • City Hall: 1 mi
  • Magic Gardens: 0.1 mi
  • Penn’s Landing: 1.9 mi
  • Liberty Bell: 1.1 mi
  • Convention Center: 0.9 mi
  • Reading Terminal Market: 0.9 mi
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art: 2.9 mi
  • Jefferson Hospital: 0.5 mi
  • UPenn: 2 mi

Your Stay at Trade Winds

Trade Winds offers three different rooms. Although each room holds one or two comfortably, the inn can accommodate up to a total of 8 people traveling together. The master suite is on the ground floor and the other two rooms, one with a queen bed and the other with two twins, are on an upper floor. The ground floor suite has a private bathroom, while the two rooms upstairs share a bathroom. Smoking is not permitted in the house

Getting to Trade Winds:

  • It is a 20 minute, roughly $30 cab ride from the Philadelphia International Airport.
  • SEPTA regional rail offers train service from the airport to nearby Jefferson Station, which is about a 15 minute walk from the Trade Winds. The train fare from the airport to Jefferson Station is $6.75 per person.
  • It is a 15 minute, roughly $11 cab ride from the Amtrak Station at 30th Street.
  • It is a 15 minute walk from the Philadelphia Intercity Bus Terminal (Greyhound, Peter Pan).

More information about rooms and amenities at Trade Winds.

About Your Hostess

I have been hosting guests for over 30 years and enjoy meeting people from all over the world. I am a world traveler and would love to share my extensive art and antique collection with you. It would be my pleasure to act as your personal concierge and help you enjoy what my wonderful city of Philadelphia has to offer. —Marjorie Amrom, owner of Trade Winds

Photographs by Cole Pritchett.

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