The SpaceI have two guest rooms at the Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast. This listing is for Room #1, the larger of the two rooms, a sunny space with a newly acquired pillow-top queen-sized bed. The room contains a dresser and a desk, as well as space to accommodate a single airbed for an additional $10. The room is air-conditioned.
My two guestrooms share the full upstairs bathroom, which has an enormous claw foot tub with a hand-shower. I supply shampoo and a hair dryer for your use, and there is a drawer where you can store personal items while you are visiting. I also have a half-bath off the kitchen.
I provide an informal, self-serve breakfast--granola or oatmeal, toast, fresh fruit, coffee and tea. I will do my best to satisfy your dietary cravings or restrictions. Weather permitting, we have breakfast in the garden.
I offer wireless Internet access throughout the house, off-street parking, and kitchen privileges. You are always free to brew yourself a cup of coffee or tea. I encourage travel-weary guests to do their laundry and make themselves a home-cooked meal. I also have an iron and an ironing board that you are welcome to use.
My house was built in 1892 for Chester Larrabee, co-owner of the Sturtevant-Larrabee Company, Builders of Fine Carriages and Sleighs. I purchased the house in 1990 from the estate of Helen Larrabee, Chester's youngest child, who lived here her whole life. The house is well-preserved example of the Queen Anne style, with chestnut and oak moldings that have never been painted, pocket doors, three fireplaces, a laundry chute, and potato bins in the pantry. It gives me great pleasure to share it with you. Guest AccessYou are welcome to enjoy the front parlor, where you can browse through my vintage vinyl collection or watch movies on the wide-screen TV. There is plenty of reading material around, and if you particularly like a book, let me know. It could be yours, as I own far too many books. For longer stays I offer a small refrigerator and a shelf for your provisions. In warm weather the front and back porches are available for your enjoyment, as well as the garden. Interaction with GuestsI make it a point to be home to greet my guests and give them a key, and I am usually available during their stay. I look forward to our having breakfast together. It is one of the most enjoyable parts of being an Airbnb host. The NeighborhoodMy house is located in an urban neighborhood close to downtown and very close to bus routes. It is about five miles from Binghamton University, and BU Blue Buses travel to and from there regularly. There are several excellent restaurants nearby. I've got menus on hand. You can get more information about them and check out other Binghamton a(EMAIL HIDDEN) For those of you who like to go running or walk your dog, Otsiningo Park is just a short drive away. Getting AroundThere is convenient public transport, including a direct bus to Binghamton University, when school is in session. Among the numerous taxi services, I recommend Yellow Cab. Alas, NY state does not allow us to have Uber, but we are working on that. Other Things to NoteThe price per night and week includes a mandatory 8% NY State Room Tax. Monthly stays are non-taxable.
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