Enjoy your stay in a comfy bedroom in a historic DC row house just a short walk away from the Nation's Capital, Union Station, and hip H Street Corridor. 1 bedroom with a full-size bed and access to a shared bathroom, living room, and kitchen.
Enjoy your stay in a large bedroom in a historic DC row house just a short walk away from the Nation's Capital. 1 bedroom with a full-size bed and access to a shared bathroom and kitchen.
Garage parking is available for $10/night.
No children. No Pets. No smoking.
About the property:
Located in a quiet neighborhood just a 6 minute walk from the NoMa/Gallaudet University metro and a 10 minute walk from Union Station, you've got the whole city at your fingertips. Multiple bus lines pick you up right across the street and take you to downtown DC. Or you could walk -- it's a refreshing 20 minutes to the US Capitol, Supreme Court and library of Library of Congress or 25 minutes to Eastern Market, the National Mall and Chinatown.
But you might not even want to stray that far from home. Our place is just 2 blocks from the edge of the bustling H Street corridor, with new restaurants, bars and shops opening seemingly every day. And it's just a few minutes' walk to an upscale Giant and Harris Teeter grocery store and a CVS pharmacy, so you've got everything you might need nearby. The main entrance to Gallaudet University is six blocks away, and it's under a mile to Georgetown Law.
The house itself is a real charmer. Built of brick and adorned by fine 100 year old woodwork, tall ceilings, antique oak mantelpieces, hardwood floors, huge bay windows, and a modern kitchen, it's got more character than you'll find anywhere else.
Zugang für Gäste
Bathroom, towels, shampoo/conditioner/soap; kitchen, including stove/fridge/microwave, plates, pans, utensils; washer and dryer; internet
Interaktion mit Gästen
We love to say a quick hello to guests but we're usually busy and at night enjoy the quiet refuge of our home.
First, the obvious property and safety concerns:
* Don't damage anything, at least not intentionally
* Don't go on the roof
* Don't use any of my tools (located in the basement)
* Don't leave the doors unlocked while you are away (although a very safe location, this is still a major city)
* Be careful on the stairs - use the handrail. The wooden steps can get a little slippery
Next some logistics:
* Front door has a keypad so you can come/go as you please with the code
* Linens: provided
* Towels: provided
* Closet space: limited amount available
Finally, some general rules:
* No running or heels/cleats in the house. These floors are 103 years old!
* Kitchen: You may use the kitchen as long as you leave it as clean as you find it. Wash or put dishes in the dishwasher immediately after using them. Clean off counter tops and tables after use.
*Living room: we prefer limited tv watching in the house. If you do watch tv, please make sure the volume is low (after all, after a long day at work, we want to get away from blaring tv screens : ))
Wenn du bis 5 Tage vor deiner Reise stornierst, erhältst du eine vollständige Rückerstattung. Wenn du innerhalb von 5 Tagen vor deiner Reise stornierst, ist die erste Nacht nicht erstattungsfähig, aber die Hälfte der Kosten für die übrigen Nächte wird zurückerstattet.
We're an easy-going couple in our early 30s who love our city, especially our H Street Corridor/NOMA neighborhood.
Originally from Queens, NY and Green Bay, Wisconsin, we both moved here, separately, in 2009, and met/started dating in 2011.
By day Kevin is a research scientist; by night and weekend, and with varying degrees of talent, skill, dedication and experience, a chef, cyclist, home renovator, woodworker, auto mechanic, gardener, and tennis player. His lovely lady is a researcher and local real estate entrepreneur; runs a fast mile, swims, bikes, and loves anything outdoors; and doesn't try to cook much of anything but rice and a salmon fillet every now and again.
We enjoy literature and know a little bit about it. We enjoy art and know nothing about it. We like movies but haven't seen that many. We like football (go Pack! Go Gators!), baseball (Nats!) and the occasional (ever more frequent) episode of Nathan for You, Portlandia, and The Mindy Project.