|Unterkunftsart||Wohnung in einer Anlage|
~ In der Mitte von allem, College Hill Wahrzeichen Athenaeum Row liegt nur einen Block von der Brown University Van Winkle Gates, der RISD Art Museum, Water, und so vieles mehr!
Hohe Decken und übergroßen Fenstern im ganzen funkelnde "piano nobile" Wohnung in einer ruhigen und freundlichen Gebäude; 1 Gartenseite Schlafzimmer mit King und Daunenbetten; geräumige Doppel Salon mit original ersten Generation Herz Kiefer Etagen, Mitte des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts Arbeitsmarmorkamin, Zierleisten, enorme handwerkliche Tasche Türen, persischen Teppichen und geschmackvolle Kunst und Möbel; 1 Bad mit Marmorwaschtisch und Travertin-Fliesen; große offene Konzept Küche mit Granit, Edelstahl Geräte, Gasherd und Konvektionöfen; in-Einheit LG Dampf Waschmaschine / Trockner; zentrale Klimaanlage; und WIFI. In einem besonders sicheren Ort wird Athenaeum Row einzigartig in den Gerichtsbarkeiten, gelegen und aktiv patrouillierten durch sechs verschiedene Polizeiabteilungen.
Unsere ist die Quintessenz der Lage auf Benefit Street -Providence der "Mile of History" im renommierten College Hill Nachbarschaft, unter den Top 10 Nachbarschaften in den Vereinigten Staaten von der American Planning Association bewertet!
* Bitte beachten Sie: Off-Straße / Parkmöglichkeiten vor Ort nicht zur Verfügung steht. Begrenzt über Nacht Straße Parken auf Anfrage erhältlich.
Das Hotel liegt in einem Block der folgenden Möglichkeiten:
• Brown University Van Winkle Tore
• Rhode Island School of Design Museum
• Gouverneur Stephen Hopkins House Museum
• Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
• Historische First Baptist Meetinghouse
• Universität Halle
• Providence Athenaeum Bibliothek
• John Carter Brown-Bibliothek
• John Hay-Bibliothek
• David Winton Bell-Galerie
• RISD Nature Lab
• Stuart Theater
• Brown University Haupt Grün
• Providence Riverwalk
• Memorial Park
• Hemenway der Seafood Grill und Oyster Bar
• Parkside Rotisserie und Bar
• Carr Haus Cafe
• University Club
• Hoffnung Verein
• RISD Shop
• RIPTA East Side Trolley Stop
... Und innerhalb von fünf Blocks von:
• John Brown House Museum
• RISD Flotte Bibliothek
• Providence Art Club
• Fleur-de-Lys Studios
• Westminster Street Historic District
• Die Providence Rink (Eislaufen)
• Thayer Straße
• Prospect Terrace
• Westminster Arcade
• Seilbahn Kino und Cafe
• Die Dorrance
• Pot au feu
• Providence Amtrak Station
• Kennedy Plaza
The location couldn't be better, especially for this Floridian seeking to trade the Sunshine State's July heat for Rhode Island's cool. Located a block from Brown University and another from RISD, this 1845 townhouse is surrounded by history. It is smack in the middle of a walkable neighborhood continuously in existence since the 1630s that boasts one of the largest concentrations of pre-Revolutionary and 19th Century homes in the U.S.
History is literally everywhere. Across the street from the townhouse is the Gov. Stephen Hopkins house, a museum once home to a signer of the Declaration of Independence and ardent Quaker. He finally lived up to his religious creed by freeing his slaves at the end of his life. Brown University a block up the hill is amazing, and you can spend days at RISD looking at its world-class art museum and the artistic works scattered throughout its buildings. The museum has Monets, Renoirs, Rodins, and Picassos.
WaterFire along the Providence River a block down College Hill is a must-see, so plan your trip around its schedule. WaterFire combines an evening of performance artists, living statues and gargoyles, music, processions of firewalkers dressed in Victorian garb who tend the fires, and about 70 to 80 large braziers filled with bonfires along and in the river. The Athenaeum (public library) is right next to the townhouse and was well known to Edgar Allan Poe and H.P. Lovecraft, who lived nearby.
A few blocks south of the townhouse is the John Brown House museum, reputedly the first mansion in the U.S. and home to one of the Browns, namesakes for the university. The museum offers a tasteful but unflinching view of how the Browns -- ardent Baptists -- made a fortune off slave-running and rum and then tore themselves apart as they confronted the moral consequences.
A few blocks north, Brown University has a new statue set in the ground that memorializes its ties to the horrors of the slave trade -- a large ball and chain partly buried in the ground with its chains jutting upward, the top link broken clean. A few blocks south we took the Foxpoint ferry to Newport for a wonderful day sightseeing everything from its old Quaker salt-box homes to the Cliff Walk mansions of the Vanderbilts.
Your host Daniel couldn't be more gracious, even if you lock yourselves out at midnight, as we did. He was there waiting with a key when we got back from a great day at Plimoth Plantation. One of the best trips of a lifetime!
Great location, great owner who is available at all times. Beautiful setting.
This is my favorite place to stay whenever I'm in Providence. Daniel is a great landlord. Love the unit. Has everything I need and is close to everything I need to be close to on Brown Campus. It's elegant. Exquisitely appointed. Comfortable. Quiet. Luxurious. Fabulous. Lovely. Amazing.
I stayed at the home for 12 days and I wish that I didn't have to leave. The finishes, decor, furniture were very nice. I especially appreciated the beautiful artwork and antiques. The location can't be beat. We walked to dinner most nights and we visited the RISD museum - just a block away. Special thanks to the owners for being responsive from booking to checkout. Communication was very prompt and thanks for checking in midway to see if everything was going well. I will be renting again soon.
We visited Providence for a week of exploring the city and surrounding area. The apartment we rented on Benefit Street was perfect in every way. The owner, Daniel, met us upon arrival and showed us the apt and parking area. The apartment was so comfortable with brand new appliances, cutlery, kitchen utensils and pots and pans. The apt was spotless and the location is very central and within walking distance to many restaurants and historic attractions and Brown University. We would recommend this rental to everyone and are hoping to return next year. Daniel was so helpful and friendly to deal with.
|Saisonpreis||Minimum Preis||Zusätzliche Nächte||pro Nacht am Wochenende||pro Woche||pro Monat *||Event|
1 Mai 2017 - 4 Jun 2017
7 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 7 Nächte
7 Nächte Mindestaufenthalt
für 7 Nächte
|Erstattbare Kaution||234 €|
|Cleaning Fee||94 €|
*Monthly rentals are exempt from RI sales and hotel tax and will include complimentary weekly housekeeping service. Reduced rate available for durations of three months or more. Please email prior to booking.
* Ungefährer monatlicher Preis. Der tatsächliche Preis wird von den genauen Tagen Ihres Aufenthalts abhängen.