The SpaceRoom to relax and recharge. We've got books, records, bikes, a TV with lots of movies, a mini-fridge, private bathroom, closet, and a dresser. Mid-century modern furnishings, original brick, gorgeous afternoon sun. Guest AccessGuests have their own private entrance, and run of the studio space. Interaction with GuestsWe're doing our own thing, but will always let guests know about local happenings and recommendations. The NeighborhoodSo, there’s this 376-acre park at the south end of the South End. A stone's throw from our place. It’s called Seaside Park—think Long Island Sound beaches, shoreline walking and biking paths, fishing spots, soccer and baseball fields, skate parks, volleyball courts, a concert band shell, a lighthouse, a snack bar, roaming Italian ice vendors, and plenty of spots to play Frisbee (invented right here in Bridgeport), drop a blanket, cast a fishing pole, or make out.
You can catch a baseball game around the corner at the Bluefish stadium, where Two Roads Brewery is tapping and vending their latest magical beers. Drink more beers and enjoy pizzas at the newly opened Brewport. Check the Webster Bank Arena’s schedule too—the Sound Tigers hockey games are tons of fun. They also have big music acts. All within walking distance.
There is also a multicultural mecca of food and booze happening in Bridgeport, including lots of great delivery. Peep our guidebook upon check-in for seasonal suggestions and hidden gems.
Overall, our neighborhood has lots of history, oddities and charm, but it is urban and industrial. If that isn't your thing, we'd suggest you check out Greenwich, Westport, or the like for white picket fences and yacht clubs. Getting AroundThe Metro North line runs right into Bridgeport, as does the Amtrak Vermonter. You can actually fly to Sikorsky in Stratford, then take a cab, call an Uber, or whatever floats your boat. Speaking of boats, you can ride the ferry right from Port Jeff to our doorstep. There’s even a brand new bus station. We’ve got you covered.
Heck, you can even drive, as long as there’s no traffic. And there’s rarely traffic on one of the nation’s most traveled interstates I-95. In other words, better to take the train!
Guest Note: Our house is a safe 4-block walk from the train station. Easy peasy. You can grab a cab too. Once you're here, you're gold. We have bikes! Included in rental fee.