A homey townhouse with quirky style that suits its Village setting.
This Greenwich Village guesthouse may be the closest to a home away from home that you’ll find in the city. Occupying a townhouse that was built in 1841, the property feels like a big residential apartment building. The living room is scattered with periodicals and has a roaring fireplace and plenty of antique furniture. The friendly staff is happy to give an orientation on the area. Each of the guest rooms is unique. They are named after destinations the owner is particularly smitten with or specific types of artwork. The Stonewall Room, located in the basement, is dark and dungeon-like, while the India Room is decked out with eight-armed goddesses and tranquil Buddhas. For larger groups or those in need of extra space, the Bishop Suite offers the most amenities. It also has garden access.
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