Cozy ad confortable room in a beautiful, arty Victorian house located in the heart of the historical East Side of Providence. In a safe and pleasant college neighbour, the house is 5/7 minutes walking distance from Brown University and RISD, and a 20 minutes stroll to downtown within historical New England mansions and buildings.
The house is located in East Manning st, and it's 5 minutes away from Whole Food, Wayland Square and Thayer street restaurants and shopping area.
The room has a queen bed for 2 guests, bathroom and kitchen are shared with us.
1 complementary private parking spot is available for guests.
Preferred check-in time is after 3pm, but we will do our best to arrange an earlier check-in upon a valid reason. Please realize that in case of early check-in the room might not be ready yet. We accept guests in the evening but night check-in must be planned in advance.
Check-out is 11am but we are absolutely flexible with check-out time in case we don't have another guest arriving the same day.
Interazione con gli ospiti
We speak English, Italian, Spanish, French and a little Arabic.
Italian globetrotter family, moved 2 years ago to US from Middle East and previously Europe.
We both work at Rhode Island School of Design, dad is a design professor and mum is directing the international programs.
Plus, two adorable bilingual daughters, 4 and 8 years old.
Smoking is not allowed in the house. NO PETS unless given prior approval.
I expect guests to use typical common sense in regards to how treat the house. Please be respectful of privacy, we will do the same.
We're flexible regarding an additional guest not part of the original reservation staying in the room, however there will be additional charges. We also ask that you please pick up after yourself, such as cleaning dishes.
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I'm Italian and I moved to Providence, USA, 3 years ago. Previously, I lived in Qatar, Middle East, Scotland, Spain and Italy. I have 2 daughters, 5 + 8 years old. I'm the director of the global programs for an American art and design university (RISD). My husband is a design professor.