Renovated and private one bedroom apartment with modern amenities within a traditional setting with amazing water views, feel like home in our cozy and nice apt with full new Kitchen ,bedroom, living room, bathroom. You can get downtown and Yale in 10 minutes by car, or 15 minutes by bus using line D that goes direct to Downtown. Convenience store, Pizza place and Wine store in the corner (five minutes walk from home), also walk to the Marina and Anastasios Boat Cafe.
“A super great and very clean apartment right on the water. Very lovingly and modernly furnished. Everything you needed was there. The kitchen in particular was very well equipped and you could prepare great food yourself. The bus stop into town is only a 5-minute walk away. Ricardo is a nice and very friendly host. Communication was very easy. Had the apartment not been rented out again after us, we would have stayed longer.”
Relax in this tranquil, bright, immaculate, well-appointed garden apartment in a historic three family home in Westville. Lovely, cozy, open-concept space with plenty of surprise touches and modern upgrades. Attentive but respectful hostess.
“The pictures look good but the space looks even better. I’m sure I won’t be the last person to say that. Barbara added a lot of very nice touches to the space - it just felt good. Lots of beautifully made wood furniture and a super comfortable bed (tempur-pedic). You’ll enjoy staying here.”
Bright modern decor within a lovely 1926 Tudor home - shared with the Owner, 2 cats, and a housemate renting the 3rd floor attic. Vintage wood floors connect living areas with newly renovated modern kitchen, mudroom & laundry. The 2nd floor Guest room is 13 x 12 and features a full-size bed, desk & chair, 2 lounge chairs, TV/WiFi, closet, dresser. Shared Bathroom 1 is down the hall - with tub/shower. Newly renovated Shared Bathroom 2 is on 1st floor with large dual-head tiled shower.
“I stayed at Julia's for five weeks and it was a home away from home. Julia is an exemplary host, who really meant it when she said, "Make yourself at home." I strongly recommend her place to anyone looking for somewhere for an extended stay in New Haven. Her house is within easy reach of Downtown, even if you don't have a car: buses run fairly regularly from outside her house or a ten-minute walk away at the top of the street. Her kitchen is really well-equipped, and completely at your disposal, so catering for yourself is totally feasible (key tip: the nearest supermarkets are just a single bus ride away, either Elm City Market in Downtown or the Stop & Shop off Whalley Avenue (for the more budget option)). I really appreciated how Julia encouraged me to make full use of the place: whether cooking in the kitchen, working at the dining room table, reading or watching tv in the living room, or using the downstairs bathroom. The room I stayed in is at the back of the house, overlooking the yard, and is nice and quiet; virtually no traffic noise and perfectly private.”