This fine old building in San Francisco's Presidio was built in the 1880s, around the same time as the enlisted men's barracks. It was also around that time the US Army planted the forests of eucalyptus, Monterey cypress, and Monterey Pine to shelter the army base from the wind coming off the Pacific ocean.
This was the barracks for bachelor officers. Each man had his own bedroom and parlor. There was an officer's mess on the ground floor where they took their meals. It is only a few steps from the Officer's Club.
In recent years this barracks was made into a bed-and-breakfast hotel called the Inn at the Presidio. If you stay there, you will have a bedroom and a parlor, just like those bachelor officers did. You will also have a bathroom all to yourself. And you will have breakfast in that officer's mess.
I haven't been inside, but I'm told the Presidio Trust has been true to its policy of preserving the military history of the Presido in the decoration and furnishing of this B-and-B. Even the beds have the same olive-green wool blankets as the Pendleton Company of Portland Oregon supplied to the Army.