Enjoy the hip surroundings of Williamsburg, only a 3 minute walk to the subway that takes to to NYC's Lower East Side in just 10 minutes! Hot coffee, tea, and fresh linens! Great bars and restaurants nearby! Close walk to the Williamsburg bridge. It's a small room and NYC-sized apartment, but SUPER cozy.
My charming apartment, with original wood floors and exposed brick, is in a convenient location close to the JMZ train in Williamsburg. I love this location because you are a 10-15 min walk to the main spots in Williamsburg (there are many! South 6th, Bedford, Union) but it's really easy and convenient to get to the city! Just 1 stop!
I've decorated with care, to make it feel inviting and cozy, and relaxing. I wake up here everyday and am so in love with my space. I hope you enjoy it too!
My home is your home (besides my bedroom!). The apartment is on the bottom floor, so it's easy to get heavy bags in. Make yourself at home in the living room. The bedroom is small, so feel free to leave your bags outside the room.
Interaction with guests
This can be as much or as little as you'd like. I'm usually out and about between work and my social life. When I'm around I love to get to know guests and give recommendations. You should feel comfortable to reach out to me if you have any questions or need anything. I'll also give recommendations via messages if you need advice on where to go or what to do.
Other things to note
Please note it's a NYC city apartment, and the bedroom is quite small. I always invite guests to leave their bags in the common space outside of the bedroom.
3 Simple Rules:
- clean up dishes
- no parties
- keep noise down at night
Just respect the space as if it was your own!
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I have lived in New York for 4 years, and I love sharing my space with guests. It is a real passion of mine.
I grew up in Houston, Texas, went to university in Pennsylvania, and spent time living in Italy, Spain, and Australia before moving to NYC. I lived in the Lower East Side for 2 years and have been in Williamsburg since then -- both neighborhoods are great!
I work in tech for a music non-profit, and in my free time I enjoy going to concerts and comedy shows, grabbing dinner/drinks with friends, doing yoga, or running the Williamsburg bridge.
I'm an avid traveler and have stayed with friends all over the world. I love to get a local experience when I travel, so I'm happy to provide that for my guests.
Any and all questions welcome! I want to make sure you have a great time in Williamsburg.