Historic Arts & Crafts - Paris Room

House - Private room · Oxford Ave, Buffalo, NY 14209, United States

The Space

In a diverse neighborhood within an easy walk of Buffalo's best and most historic neighborhoods including Millionaire's Row, Olmsted Parks, Forest Lawn Cemetery, museums, chic shopping district, great restaurants, with easy access to public transportation, 5-10 minutes from downtown by car. This 100 year old arts and crafts house was designed by one of Buffalo's leading architects at the time. Personal tours of the area are available as well as transportation to/from downtown, airport, bus or train station.

Free parking is easily available on the street for guests.

This is our home, so we'll be in and out. We have one other guest room, so there may or may not be other guests in the home when you are here.

The bathroom is shared and we do our best to plan our use around your schedule. Your hosts all go to work or school in the morning but we've never had a problem coordinating our bathroom use with our guests' needs.

The BnB is 16 year-old Marivi's business. John, her Dad, helps with booking and communication but she does the work. The income goes to support her many artistic and academic activities that Mom and Dad can't afford on top of her private school tuition. She takes her role as the business owner and innkeeper very seriously and is committed to making your experience in Buffalo the best it can possibly be.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $275 /week
Monthly Price: $700 /month
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Cancellation: Flexible
Pet Owner: Dog(s)

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  • The room was very clean and comfortable. John and Marivi were very helpful hosts and provided lots of suggestions of places to visit while in Buffalo for two days. I would definitely return to stay here again the next time I visit Buffalo.

    April 2014
  • wonderful room, and very nice person!

    April 2014
  • it was a really beautiful house! very clean as well, accessible to nearby train station.

    March 2014
  • Pleasant hosts and a well-organized BnB! Very clean and neat.

    March 2014
  • The house was clean, and tastefully decorated. The bathroom was clean and nice. Bed was comfortable, and sheets were clean. Room was not large, and does not have a desk, but good enough for a short stay.
    I arrived late and Marivi was nice to open the door for me.
    Overall this is a good value

    March 2014
  • Warm bed, clean sheets, hot shower and wifi. What more could you want

    March 2014
  • I had a last minute flight in to Buffalo and Marivi and John were willing to have me stay on very short notice. Marivi was very helpful and patient with my arrival. Great experience! A couple of John's books and a few business cards of Marivi's were located on the dresser and provided some insight. It is nice of them to share a little bit about who they are with their guests.

    February 2014
  • I enjoyed my time there again. The family is very nice and they keep the place clean. It was cosy and a warm environment. A home away from home.

    February 2014
  • The stay was really good. Marivi and John are really nice. I felt very comfortable being away from home and under their stay. The home is an older home but is kept clean. I recommend it to anyone looking to stay in downtown Buffalo

    January 2014
  • My stay was pleasant and nice. Marivi and John are sweet people and the room was all that I needed it to be for the few days I was there - the pillows are super comfy!

    January 2014
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Languages
English, Español
School
Buffalo Seminary (Buffalo's oldest private girls' preparatory school)
Work
AirBnB, Model, Singer, Actor, Aspiring Broadcast Journalist/Psychiatrist/Politician
About
I am 16 years old. I was Miss New York Junior Teen in 2012. My parents allow me to use our family home for my AirBnB business. I use the proceeds of the business to pay my tuition at a private girls' prep school, where I am an honor student and to fund my pageant activities as well as modeling and acting endeavors, an exchange trip to Spain, and more. I've been told I'm AirBnB's youngest host. There will soon be a large portrait of me and a few other interesting hosts hanging in the new AirBnB headquarters in San Francisco. My profile photo is one of the pictures that was taken during the photoshoot for this portrait. My father, John Howell, has a little business on the side giving private tours of the area to our guests, and transportation, when needed. He charges a cash fee for these services. His fees for transportation are a little less than taxi cab fare, and you don't have to tip him. Many of our guests traveling by air, train, or bus, have appreciated the convenience of his help with rides to and from the airport, train stations or bus terminal. He is also often asked to take guests to Niagara Falls, or to provide a personal insider tour of Buffalo. His fees for all of this are reasonable and he knows a lot about Buffalo's history and factoids you'd like to know. My father is also a novelist, and you can get an autographed copy of one of his books if you want one.
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