Romantic quiet room in a beautiful 1800 Liberty house in Central Brooklyn, the ideal cozy retreat to relax after a full day chasing the city. Private Victorian bathroom with crow feet tub to soak and nap waiting for the sun to come up...
-No smoking, no pets, and no loud music.
-Just leave the room in the condition in which you found it and we will be happy.
-Clean after yourself in the kitchen. Leave the sink clean, always. Wash your dishes or put them in the dishwasher making sure that clean dishes are not still in it. Dispose of the garbage. Take out days for the garbage are Tuesday and Thursday night for regular garbage, and Sunday night for regular garbage, heavy item, and recyclables.
-Always, always, always lock the entrance doors behind yourself when you leave and when you return home.
-Once a week sheets and towels will be changed and bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchen will be cleaned.
-If you rented the room for one week there is a cleaning fee of 25$, if you rented it for two weeks the fee is $40. If you rented the Red room together with the Blue and the Purple room for one week the fee is $50, for two weeks is $60.
-If you rent monthly, cleaning fee remains 25$ per week.. Airbnb will only charge the first week of cleaning with your rent every month. It is then your responsibility to pay us the difference directly, either before you arrive or while here, on a weekly basis. If you'd rather clean your own room you still owe us 15$ weekly for cleaning the common spaces (kitchen, hallways, living room, stairs, foyer, stoop).
-Play with the cats, especially Sophia. She is the calico one.
-If you are a well trained soprano, contralto, tenor, bass, baritone, or a voce bianca you must sing in the tub.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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Jt is a musician and a college professor of Orchestration, Tiziana (Tippy) is a novelist and a college professor of Ancient Greek literature. We are usually home creating, or else we are on the road, playing music or lecturing and presenting books, respectively.