About This Listing
Welcoming Park Slope Sunlit Bedroom!
This room is our newest bedroom and our largest bedroom!
Please see our other 90+ other positive reviews for the same property/different bedrooms to get to know the house and become familiar with guests experience.
**If dates are blocked for you preferred dates please send me a note to ask about other availabilities in our 3 other private bedrooms.*
"Elle was wholeheartedly the loveliest host imaginable....not only is she genuinely kind and helpful but also provides an immaculate and affordable apartment in a gorgeous house in the heart of Brooklyn. What we both loved about the place is that it is at once and the same time elegant, contemporary and simple....and Liz goes out of her way to give sound advice about the surrounding city!"
Host is always available to you, lives and works in the building, but as much or as little privacy as you would like! Very private and quiet brownstone.
Large clean and cozy private bedroom in a Brooklyn Brownstone in Park Slope.
Close distance into Manhattan in 15 minutes by subway (2/3, Q B, 4/5, N, R, D).
We are 3 blocks away from 8 different subway lines servicing all areas of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
Street parking is available and free, no special requirement to park on our street. It is not difficult to find a parking spot on our street.
We have an elegant and comfortable guest bedroom available in our historical Park Slope Brooklyn brownstone.
The cozy bedroom is located on the second floor, one flight up from the entrance door.
Any 2 rooms on 2nd floor can be rented together to create a fully private 2 room/double studio apartment with 2 queen sized double beds and private bathroom. The rooms are private from each other, they are the only rooms on the second floor.
Please note: there is no smoking on the property which includes the front stoop and sidewalk. To accommodate our comfort and the comfort of other guests and maintain a respectful relationship with our next door neighbors we have to insist that there is no smoking on the property which includes the front of the house and sidewalk.
We do have a resident cat who spends most of his time outdoors. He does not go into the guest bedrooms.
We offer three other non-smoking private rooms to visitors to NYC in our classic Brooklyn Brownstone...please see our other listings if this room is booked for your (email hidden)roll down right side.
Queen size real bed, soft cotton sheets, down duvet.
This bedroom comes with an air conditioner, ceiling fan, mini refrigerator stocked with bottled water.
The bedroom is a large room about 15" x 17'. This room can accommodate up to three people, 2 persons on the bed and 1 person on twin sized inflatable mattress.
This would be the room for you if you are a couple or a few people traveling together.
The clean and spacious bathroom is located on the same floor and is shared by one other guest.
The room rate is $105 for up to 2 people, each person after the first 2 people is an extra $20.
Children over the age of 10 years are welcome and are considered an extra person.
At this time, we are unable to accommodate children under the age of 10 years.
We are steps from the main commercial street which is full of cafes, boutiques and many other stores which is about 30 blocks in length.
Park Slope is a vibrant and friendly neighborhood.
Everything is less expensive in Brooklyn especially restaurants - compared to Manhattan!
Near to us walking distance:
*The Brooklyn Heights Promenade - Featured in many Hollywood movies...overlooking downtown Manhattan, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge...quite a site at night!
*The Brooklyn Flea Market (every weekend; vintage, craft, great food, cool and trendy!)
*Prospect Park - 6 blocks away - 5 k around with pathways within
*Brooklyn Botanic Gardens - 15 minute walk
*Brooklyn Museum - recently renovated - next to Botanic *Garden 15 minute walk
*Gorilla Cafe - one block - celebrity sightings
*Brooklyn Academy of Music - 10 minutes (films, opera, theatre, Jazz)
*Cobble Hill - 15 minute walk
*Brooklyn Heights - 20 minute walk where the famous view of Manhattan from the walking promenade seen in many movies.
*DUMBO - Many art galleries and artist studios located right between the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, waterfront park
*Gowanus - 5 minutes, artist studios, light manufacturing
*Bar Tabac - Frech Bistro
*Al Di La - Italian Resto
*Brooklyn Fish Camp - Seafood resto
*Barbes gig venue
*The Bell House gig venue
*Union Hall gig venue, resto, bar, indoor bocce ball
*Multiple yoga studios nearby
*Bike rentals one block away
And if all the above was not enough, we have several well known celebrities that have taken up residence as close as a block away so, don't be surprised to find yourself standing next to one of them at the cafe...even famous people prefer to get their coffee at the local café!
Come relax in Brooklyn and go into Manhattan in 15 minutes by subway (2/3, Q B, 4/5, N, R, D).
We are 3 blocks away from 8 different subway lines servicing all areas of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
In case you are not aware, the NYC MTA subway/buses runs all night long so, you won't ever get stuck in the city or in Brooklyn!
The room can be rented for minimum 1 day or up to 30 days.
The bed is a Queen size and has a down duvet and extra blankets for cold nights.
Go explore New York City, come home for a nap, come and go as you wish anytime, no need to be concerned with returning late at night.
*Mini refrigerator with complimentary beer, juice and water in room
* International Plug Converters
* Kitchen with all appliances
* Washer/Dryer one block away
* Free WiFi
* NetFlix available for Free Streaming of Movies/TV Shows
* Shampoo, conditioner, soap
* Ironing Board and iron
* Hair dryer
* Market bag
* Computer prints
I am able to provide lots of information about touristic things to do In NYC and also the more underground arty events in Brooklyn and Manhattan including many FREE nights to museums, outdoor productions and very inexpensive underground shows. I can show you how to get cheaper tickets for Broadway shows and Lincoln Center tickets...there are other options for ticket buying than the theater box office or online.
Also available are scenic Brooklyn/Manhattan waterfront bike ride suggestions, the side of NYC most visitors do not get to see. We have many bike lanes in Brooklyn and Manhattan and it is a great way to see sights where the subways do not go.
We have two medium sized bicycles available to guests.
We have a big beautiful park 5 blocks away which is 5k around on the bike path if you are up for a little exercise. Prospect Park is designed by the same landscape architects that built Central Park; Calvert Vaux and Frederick Law Olmstead.
We usually have 2 of our bicycles available for use but, if they are out and about there are bike rentals one block away.
Multiple subway choices direct to Manhattan Q, 2/3, 4,5 N, R, B about 15 mins to lower Manhattan and 30 mins to Uptown Manhattan.
Pretty tree lined Brownstone street.
Private room is 15 feet x 17 feet
Extra things we have for you in case you need it:
Bicycle rentals one block away
We look forward to meeting you!
Interaction with Guests
We consider our guests like casual friends that have come round for a visit. We give you all the privacy you would like, at the same time, I am always available to give you tips on Brooklyn and Manhattan and answer any questions you may have.
We consider our guests as "friends-of-friends" that were sent to us.
That is, we want you to feel comfortable and at home, but we will not make too much of a fuss. We are hosting throughout our normal daily routines. We give you all the privacy you would like, at the same time, I am always available to give you tips and better insight on Brooklyn/Manhattan to answer your questions or just have a coffee and a chat!
We are a quiet friendly and respectful house.
Please no kitchen use after 10pm.
Please no hair dryers in the bathrooms as a courtesy to other guests so that they may use the bathroom.
Please no late night stoop talking/ laughing and smoking, this is disruptive to our neighbors.
No general hanging out in front of the house on the sidewalk. Our neighbors are quite close on both sides of our building and we would like to maintain a mindful respect so that everyone feels comfortable.
Please no candle or incense burning.
No overnight extra guests unless previously arranged.
Friends and family are welcome to come by to see the place but, please no entertaining on the premises!
This is my second time to stay with Liz at her beautiful home. My 2 daughters and I were there for a long weekend. We shared the bed and Liz provided an air mattress. It was a very welcoming retreat after a day of crowds and congestion. If you are looking for a true "local" experience vs. tourist experience, then stay here and just go for the adventure. All of my future plans in NYC will include Liz's bnb. Thank you Liz again for being a wonderful and knowledgeable host!
It was really nice staying at Liz place. The bed is very comfortable and the room had enough space for all our stuff. Liz was very helpfull and gave us some good tipps to find interesting places in Manhattan and in the Brooklyn area. The subway is not far away so it was very easy to found our way around.
Best Location to explore Brooklyn.Liz was very helpful and kind,the room was clean & cozy with a nice garden view.I would recommend Liz House to everyone ! Restaurants and everything is just a step away ...Thank you,Liz !! Anne
Room was nice and cozy. Elizabeth was very accommodating, as I was on crutches. She offered to get my carry-out, books, etc, since it was raining out. Very friendly. Great home, great neighborhood.
We had a lovely time at Elizabeth's place, we felt comfortable and well comed. Elizabeth is a friendy and open host. We got a lot of helpful information about the neighbourhood.She offers nice bikes for discovering Brooklyn. We can highly recommend to stay at Elizabeth's house.
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About the Host, Elle
Born and raised 4th generation New Yorker - Manhattan born - California schooled - Brooklyn aged - artist, teacher, antique appraiser, vegetable grower, vintage bike rider.
Lived in Northern California for a while then came back to NYC where I belong.
I have traveled extensively throughout Europe many times with a special interest in France, The Netherlands and Scandinavia - I also spent a year in Africa building houses for Habitat for Humanity.
I know what it means to have a place to call home while you are away from yours!