About This Listing
Warm and Cozy room in a family home. Grab the bus on the corner to downtown Flushing and try the best dumplings in all New York. Jump on the 7 train to the last stop: Time Square. Don't spend your money on a hotel. Spend it on fun instead!
One of two cozy little guest rooms for two. This room is located on the second floor of a two family home. Your host lives on the third floor. One shared bathroom, kitchen and living room. Come visit Flushing Queens!
Come visit the biggest China town in all New York!! 10 min walk from the 7 train and downtown Flushing, or, just catch the bus on the corner. Excellent Dim Sum, Hot Pot, Korean BBQ, and Indian food. I can help you find your way around NY. Come stay with me and my family. :)
No pets, no children, no guests, no drugs and no smoking inside the room please. We prefer guests who keep their voices down after 8 pm. I have two cats so not a good match for those of you with bad allergies. I will supply you with bath towels, hair towels, wash rags, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hairdryer, slippers, and an umbrella. you bring the rest. :)
Me? I'm just a happy housewife with 2 kids and 2 cats. I spend most of my time upstairs with my family so you might not even see me. Come stay in my Other Little Guest Room.
Guests have access to Wifi, shared kitchen, beautiful backyard.
Interaction with Guests
You will see me more on the weekdays than on the weekends, but generally my family keeps me pretty busy.
Flushing Queens is a very safe and ethnically diverse neighborhood. The food here is authentic, delicious, and inexpensive.
The Q65 stops just footsteps away from my front door. The buses pass by frequently and the subway runs 24 hours a day. It takes about 40 minutes from my front door to midtown Manhattan. The train passes above ground the majority of the ride. Its a great way to see Queens. The neighborhood is very safe. You never have to worry about traveling at night.
Other Things to Note
Please note, this is not a hostel, it is not a motel, or a hotel, it is my home. Please be conscious that anything you break, I have to pay for. All the extra towels you use, I have to get laundered, lastly if you decide to cook very strong food, the odor will linger in my house for days or longer. Please be considerate to my and my family.
No unannounced guests
No smoking inside the house
When you leave the property, please make sure you lock the front door.
We prefer shoes off.
After 9pm, please keep your volume to a minimum.
Please dry off the bathroom counter after washing your face.
Please use the squeegee in the shower to wipe the water off the shower walls when you finish with your shower.
When finished with the bath mat, please hang it back up.
Try to use your bath towels more than once. And don't leave them in the bathroom after you use them.
Please put the window shades back up after finished with the bathroom.
When its time to check out, let me know, leave the guest room open and send me a message. We hope to see you again next time. :)
We stayed for a quick overnight in Linda's little guest room. It was our first Airbnb experience. It's quite strange being a house-guest in a stranger's house, but oddly comforting. The room was a nice size. The bed was a full size. It was really soft and killed my back but I prefer a hard mattress. The room was nice a cool from the ceiling fan above the bed. The bathroom is shared but it's right outside the bedroom door and it didn't SEEM shared. We never heard anyone else in there. Linda has children and every now and then you heard a squeal from upstairs, but it felt like home, so we didn't mind. There is a cat that tries to get in the bathroom from outside. My son found her quite entertaining. There is a small kitchen but we never used that either. The neighborhood seemed nice enough. We didn't eat out or anything. Parking was so-so. We parked a block away. Not a big deal, but if you are staying longer and have several bags to haul, consider dropping them off first, then parking. If we ever need to stay in Flushing again, we would stay with Linda, for sure!
It is a great experience living at Linda's house. It is clean and quiet. Also toiletries are ready to use, which is a great pro. About several minutes from flushing. The only thing is that finding a parking space nearby is not so easy.
I stayed at ms. Linda's house for 14 days. It was awesome, she's nice and the house is calm. My mom loved it. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a room on Airbnb..
My boyfriend and I stayed at Linda's in Flushing and had a really great experience! Contact beforehand was wonderful- Linda is friendly and very responsive. The night we were staying there we were rushing (Late to a Mets game---don't worry, the Mets didn't really end up showing up anyway...another story), and Linda was great with the "check-in". The room was all ready when we got there and her husband Robert met us while we were dropping our stuff off. He even helped us with directions, and of course was very nice to talk with. We met the cute cats and headed out.
The room was beautiful and the bed was very comfortable. My favorite part was the awesome bathroom. Cozy and nicely decorated with plants and owls and a nice green theme. In the morning we chatted with Linda and it was nice to learn about the neighborhood and get to know her a little.
Definitely a great place to stay with very nice hosts! The walk to the subway is not bad at all and allows you to see a bit of the area.
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About the Host, Linda
Me? I'm a happy house wife with a toddler girl, baby boy, and two cats. My kids keep me very busy so i usually stay upstairs and you have the rest of the apartment to yourself. Come to Flushing and discovery Asian pastries, bubble tea, Korean BBQ, best vegetarian restaurants around, beautiful parks, interesting shopping, and hand made noodles. Come to Flushing and visit the Unisphere from the worlds fair. There's more to New York than just Manhattan you know.