Nineteenth-century living for 21st-century tourists.
This cozy B&B is set on a tranquil West Village street. The red brick, Greek-revival residence was built around the 1840s, and it’s the kind of place that makes it easy to pretend you’ve been whisked back to the 19th century. You can linger on the stoop and watch the sun set over the Hudson River or relax amid the antique furniture inside. A homey ambience combined with friendly service is enough to keep you coming back for more. Rooms are simple yet comfortable. The exposed brick walls, plush reading chairs and colorful bedspreads keep them welcoming and cheery. The suite is huge, and some rooms have fireplaces with faux logs that simulate the real thing. It would be easy here to pretend that you have your own Village apartment. At times, a four-night minimum stay is required.