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Quaint old Greystone convenient to subway with lots of original features. Great location, friendly owners
We were advised our reservation was for a room with a private bath-it had a shared bath - also as a B&B when it had a kitchen with a few food items provided.Reasonably-priced vintage guesthouse across from beautiful park in Brooklyn, convenient to subways citywide
Charming apartment-style living, across the street from the park.
Innkeeper absent. Room not the cleanest. Dingy bathroom. Someone else was (living) in the house but we were never told who - made us tiptoe a bit. Suspicious cracks in the walls & ceilings made us feel like we were being watched.This place was very charming - at first. It's nicely decorated and can feel like your own apartment in Brooklyn, but the room is a little dusty (no housekeeping), and the bathroom is very dingy. I suppose that's what it might be like if it really is your own apartment, except it's not. The innkeeper was never around, but there was someone else living/lurking in the house. We think they came into our (locked) room while we were gone. There were mysterious (perhaps conveniently placed?) cracks in the walls and ceilings that also gave us the creeps, like an opening between the ceiling and ceiling fan just overlooking the bed, and a crack between the door and do...
I absolutely loved the room. It was very spacious and the bed was extremely comfortable. Being across the street from prospect park was nice and it was a short walk to get to the subway.
The only thing I did not like was how unreliable the internet was. I was not that far from the modem but I could only get one bar of service occasionally.
The king size bed
Shared bathroom, but we chose that. Breakfast was make your own and supplies were limited and not too freshCharacter brown stone with nice room, but poor neighbourhood. Close to subway and park. Friendly proprietor.
The Host Was Very Welcoming The Room Was Very Clean And Thete Was A Generous Supply Of Fresh Fruit, Bakery Breads And Various Breakfadt Items For Guests To Prepare, As Wanted. The Location, Just Across The Street From Prospect Park is a walkers parad
Thr Wi-fi And Television ( Direct Tv) Had An Inconsistent signal & Impeded Work Completion. ParkinG Can Also Be Challenging.The Cost, Location & The Thoughtfulness If The Host At This Non_ Traditionsl B & B Will Lead Us To Reyurn When Visiting NY ~ With An Air Card To Access The Internet :).
It is extremely close to two subway stops, the stocked kitchen is adorable, and the owner is very nice and accomodating.
NoThe owner accomodated my party of four arriving for a late check-in (midnight) with professionalism and excellent customer service. The rooms are spacious and beds very comfortable. Although breakfast is not made for you, the kitchen is stocked and it made for a wonderful experience cooking breakfast for ourselves and sitting in the adorable breakfast nook. There was fresh bread and a DELICIOUS plum spread which paired nicely with the espresso from the machine. You can't beat the location- directly across from Prospect park and an easy 4 minute walk to the subway stop. I had no problem finding parking near the B&B. The home has gorgeous and unique furnishings which completed the homey feel. I highly recommend Parkside B&B and would definitely stay there again!
The rooms were beautifully--very spacious and included a TV, which I had not expected.
I wish I had known about the parking situation.The 'free' parking on the street depends on the number of people going to Prospect Park. We had to pay to park at a lot until about 11pm. The location is great for the Brooklyn Museum and the Botannical Gardens.
Very large King room, comfortable bed.
Not really a B&B to the extent that one might expect a breakfast. Instead there was some food in the shared kitchen (bread, eggs, coffee, no milk.) This wasn't an issue for us, but others might be looking for a B&B experience. Parking is on the street.