Entire home/apt
2 Guests
1 Bedroom
1 Bed
$120
Per Night
Per Month
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"There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort" - Jane Austen

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Professor Elemental's Pied-a-terre

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM

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Cancellation: Strict

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2 nights minimum stay
Professor Elemental's Pied-a-terre

43 Reviews

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About the Host, Laura And Chris

Laura And Chris
Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Member since February 2011
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a few hours
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  • Laura And Chris
  • Pie Sisters

    Pie is trendy, and were okay with that. Sweet or savory pies are both delicious here, but were partial to an old-fashioned meat pie any day.
    M Street Northwest Washington, D.C. DC 20007
  • Sweetgreen

    The perfect lunch spot to grab a soup or salad, founded by two Georgetown grads!
    M Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Georgetown Cupcake

    When you live around the corner, you can skip the lines by going at any hour!
    M St NW Washington District of Columbia 20007
  • Leopold's Kafe

    Completely hidden from M St, this is a quiet cafe with delicious Austrian treats is also the best place to get a cocktail in the neighborhood (no tourists here, just European embassy employees).
    M Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Luke's Lobster

    Overpriced but adorable Lobster Shack, grab lunch with Georgetown Preppies who are missing Maine summers.
    Potomac St NW Washington DC 20007
  • Pizzeria Paradiso

    This is our favorite neighborhood spot, we go here once a week for the brick-oven pizza and the most well-rounded beer list in the city. The downstairs bar has happy hour on weekdays from 4-7 pm.
    Washington D.C. DC 20007-3624
  • Georgetown Playground

    Tucked away in this park is a country-club-like public pool. Free for DC residents, or $7 for guests, take a dip in the summer heat!
    Washington D.C. District of Columbia
  • Malmaison

    Super hidden European cafe below the expressway, lovely in warm weather when the walls open to the Georgetown waterfront.
    K St NW Washington DC 20007
  • Lantern Bryn Mawr Bookshop

    Were giving away a real secret gem: this is the best bookstore in the city, run by the kindest volunteers, all proceeds benefit Bryn Mawr college.
    P Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Dean & DeLuca Georgetown Store

    This grocery store around the corner from us features amazing cheese, meats, and other gourmet snacks, perfect for cooking during a night in. Also, free wine tastings on weekend afternoons.
    M Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Wingo's

    A student favorite for local fast-food - order at the counter of this store-front for wings and fries, and eat them on the bench outside.
    O Street Northwest Washington, D.C. DC 20007
  • Key Bridge Boathouse

    Rent a kayak or canoe and row down the Potomac. Head south to see the monuments, or head north to escape the city.
    Water Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Christ Child Opportunity Shop

    Antique-hunting for the budget-conscious - the best stuff is upstairs, so dont miss the second floor.
    Wisconsin Ave NW Washington DC 20007
  • Billy Martin's Tavern

    A WASP favorite (and where JFK proposed to Jackie O). The patios nice and the foods mediocre, but its still worth visiting this classic neighborhood spot for the full Georgetown experience.
    Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Five Guys Burgers & Fries

    Dangerously close to the bus stop, stop here after drinks for burgers and fries before collapsing at home.
    Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington, D.C. DC 20007
  • Dolcezza‎

    In summer (or any season...) wander a few blocks north to this outstanding gelateria for a delicious scoop of gelato after dinner.
    Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • El Centro D.F.

    The patio upstairs is absolutely gorgeous, go for the margaritas at happy hour.
    Wisconsin Ave NW Washington DC 20007
  • Paul

    We freaked out when this French bakery chain opened in our neighborhood. Baguettes and tarts and croissants!
    Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Il Canale

    One of the two Napoletana certified pizzerias in the city, go here for the perfectly made pies.
    31st Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Tudor Place Historic House & Garden

    Tucked away in Georgetown is this beautiful, quiet historic home and garden, definitely worth the trip.
    31st Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Baked & Wired

    Head here for Stumptown coffee and hipster-friendly baked goods, located on the historic canal. Hands-down best sweets in the city.
    Thomas Jefferson Street Northwest Washington DC 20007-3813
  • Bistrot Lepic and Wine Bar

    This French restaurant and wine bar has free wine tastings on Tuesday nights from 6-7, but its worth a trip any other time as well.
    Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Dumbarton Oaks

    Tour a historic Georgetown home and garden!
    32nd Street Northwest Washington D.C. DC 20007-2961
  • Hardy Middle School

    Saturdays during warm weather there is an awesome farmers market, and every Sunday all year is the best flea market in the city. Weve found many treasures here, so check it out if you like our style.
    35th St NW Washington DC 20007
  • La Chaumiere

    If Georgetown had an ethnic food it would be old-school French. While not exciting or cool, this is a long-time classic in the neighborhood.
    M Street Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Bourbon Steak

    We go to the bar for a fancy date night and incredible martinis - another great people watching location.
    Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20007
  • Stachowski's Market

    A local butcher-shop with sandwiches the size of your head filled with house-made charcuterie for a bargain $10. Grab a sandwich, or some pate, and head to Rose Park for a picnic.
    28th Street Northwest Washington District of Columbia 20007
  • Theodore Roosevelt Island

    Take a lovely walk across the Key Bridge to this completely hidden monument of Teddy. No tourists will be here - its eerie, creepy, and very cool.
    Washington D.C. District of Columbia
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

    Very few people know about the free concerts every day of the year at the Millennium Stage - just walk over at 6 pm and enjoy!
    Washington DC 20566

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