Stay in this beautifully restored brownstone complete with many original details in an exciting and fun Brooklyn neighborhood. The Garden Room is a spacious second-floor room in the main house overlooking the garden. It includes a queen-size bed, adjoining private bathroom, and is furnished with a rocking chair, desk, television, mini-fridge. High quality linens and bedding, high-speed WiFi, AC, and featuring original work by New York City artist Erica Harris and original wood flooring. You'll be greeted with chocolate and flowers in the room. Expanded continental breakfast of fresh pastries, fruit, yogurt, cereal, juice, coffee and tea included. Mini-fridge and microwave in the common dining room. You can eat breakfast in the dining room or the large garden. Also shared access to a street-side parlor in the main house. Your hosts are available for any help you might need.
You will be very close to five subway lines, with easy and fast access to Manhattan. Also within several minutes walking distance to the Brooklyn Museum, Botanical Gardens, Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza. Don't forget to include a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in your itinerary! See our website for more details. (website hidden). Prices vary seasonally and availability is updated only on the Sterling Bed and Breakfast website. Read reviews on tripadvisor or our site.
• Queen size bed
• Daily or weekly maid services (optional)
• Freshly ironed linens and towels provided
• Wireless Internet connection services DSL
• Telephone, Cable TV, DVD player,
Only a few blocks away from
Subway Stations 2, 3, 4, 5, and S lines
Car Service available 24/7
VISA, MASTER CARD OR AMERICAN EXPRESS accepted, as well as cash and check.
This is actually a five star hotel disguised as a B&B in the style of a beautiful home, heavy with character. Masha was hugely attentive, double-checking rates and dates before we arrived, and providing everything we might have needed in the bedroom (Garden Room) and adjacent bathroom whilst we were there. The extended continental breakfast was a regular treat. Don't make the mistake of neglecting the superb Brooklyn Museum and Botanical Gardens just around the corner in the rush to Manhattan!