Princeton Township Accommodations

Accommodations in Princeton Township

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The SpaceLovely house, entire lower floor open to sharing. Leafy neighborhood, Mountain Lake Nature Reserve right behind house, perfect for morning jog or afternoon amble. Guest AccessMay use kitchen, dining, living room, TV, in short, entire lower floor. Private bathroom upstairs, washer is located there. May use yard and relax on porch right outside your front window. May use washer. Wireless FIOS high-speed internet access. Interaction with GuestsWe live here with our two boys (1 and 4 years old) and our Labrador and are happy to interact as much (or as little) as our guest would like. Whether shy or chatty, we'll go with the flow. Email, telephone, SMS are all fine. Breakfast basics such as cereal, coffee, tea, juice, bagels and fruit made available for self- service. We'll show you the kitchen, easy to find everything. The NeighborhoodSidewalks with pedestrian traffic, friendly neighbors. Some traffic during rush hour, very little otherwise, practically none at night. Many mature leafy trees, great atmosphere. Princeton Community Pool and Tennis courts nearby, on other side of Rt 206, within walking distance. Princeton has a fabulous library with great resources and great restaurants. Getting AroundBus stop within 300 yards of house. Walk to NJ Transit Station (Dinky) within 30-35 min (1.8 miles), with train service serving Philadelphia and New York. Direct bus service to NYC from Nassau Street, (20 min walk). New Jersey Shore and Six Flags less than 1 hour by car. Everything in Princeton within biking distance. Other Things to NoteHouse may especially appeal to eco-oriented traveler(s). Previous guests loved the proximity of the Mountain Lake Nature Reserve (2 min walk), and the sustainable living options we embrace; composting, veggie patch, biking, LED lighting, double-paned E-low windows, high-end insulation, Zero-VOC paint, many healthy building materials used, etc. It's a light-filled, clean, airy open house.
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The SpaceLarge furnished room in nice, Princeton house close to university Large, newly remodeled room (221 square feet) available in lower level of private, family home in central Princeton. Private bathroom and separate entrance. Excellent location in safe, peaceful neighborhood that is close to everything, no car needed. Short walk from Princeton University, Westminster Choir College, local shops, cafes and services, bus line to NY and Trenton and train station. Just off the Free-B bus line. The room is newly remodeled, light and bright. It’s furnished with a bed, built-in desk, refrigerator, microwave, shelves, dresser and TV. Rental includes utilities, wireless internet, cable, on-site laundry and parking. There is no kitchen, but the room has a microwave, coffee maker and small fridge/freezer. The room has a fan, but no air conditioning. Note: The photos were taken with the current (long-term) tenant's belongings in the room. These will be gone by the time the room is available. Guest AccessGuests have a separate entrance and private bath. They have access to the washer and dryer for laundry. They do not have access to the rest of the house. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to answer all of your questions and to do what we can to help you have a pleasant stay in Princeton. We are unlikely to bother you unless you have questions. The NeighborhoodIt is a quiet, residential neighborhood with tree-lined streets, within walking distance of everything in Princeton. Getting AroundWe are within walking distance to Princeton University, downtown Princeton, Westminster Choir College, shopping and restaurants. A free local shuttle (which goes to the train station) stops steps from the house. A bus stop to NYC is about 3 blocks away. The train station is a 25 minute walk. Other Things to NoteThe room is located under the family living room. So you may hear footsteps overhead during the day and/or some noise from our children. There is little noise, besides the possible sound of occasional water running through pipes between 8:30 or 9 p.m. and 6:45 a.m.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA brand new 1 bedroom apt. with fine finishes in lovely residential neighborhood. Separate entrance. Guest AccessGas grill on large deck if mutually agreeable. Laundry facilities can be arranged for longer stays. If given notice, can arrange either in suite massage or in office (1/2 mile away). In winter months, boot camp takes place in our basement on MWF led by an amazing certified trainer. $15/class drop in. Interaction with GuestsHappy to provide lots of tips for accessing surrounding area & travel to NYC or philadelphia. The NeighborhoodTree lined, country feeling but only 1 1/2 miles from downtown Princeton. Bus to NYC is 3 blocks away. Getting AroundFree B bus runs approximately every hour. Bus stop is 1/2 mile away. NJ transit runs from Newark Airport or Penn station in NYC to Princeton Junction . From Princeton junction there is a "dinky" train that takes 5 min. to arrive at Princeton University (Princeton) station. See "NE corridor" line (URL HIDDEN) Free street parking in our neighborhood.
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Good
315 reviews
122br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Princeton, this hotel is 1.2 mi (2 km) from University Square Shopping Center and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Princeton University. Palmer Stadium and McCarter Theatre are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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330br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Princeton, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from University Square Shopping Center and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Princeton University. Palmer Stadium and McCarter Theatre are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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Poor
31 reviews
188br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Princeton, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Palmer Square and Princeton University. Princeton Public Library and Nassau Hall are also within 5 minutes.
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The SpaceBedroom can be configured for one or two people. Two twin beds, one is stored under the other. Simple closet for storage. Private full bathroom. Parking is convenient. Great gourmet kitchen. Guest AccessKitchen, yoga room, living room, washer and dryer use, internet. Interaction with GuestsWe are relatively social, and will interact with helpful suggestions, area information, etc. Also foodies, we share our amazing kitchen with guests. We practice yoga and meditation, and lend yoga mats to guests. We are happy to arrange Princeton Jct. train station pick ups and drop offs as much as our schedule allows. The NeighborhoodQuiet, semi-rural, lots of open space. Getting AroundA car is very helpful here. Parking convenient. Mercer County bus 606 passes one mile from here, and goes in and out of Princeton. A bike is good if you want to get to BMS (.25 miles) or ETS (1 mile). Zipcar locations in Princeton on Nassau Street, and in Princeton Jct. We can help you get to and from as our schedules allow. We can lend a bike too. NJTransit Train stations are Princeton Jct. or Princeton. Other Things to NoteThe space is a shared house. We are a married couple in our early 50s. If we have dinner parties, or other gatherings, our guests are always welcomed to participate. We sometimes give yoga classes here - guests are welcome to take them.
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The SpaceYour bedroom includes a king-size bed and a clothing rack. A full, private bath adjoins the room. There is a second, shared bath downstairs. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. A twin or double-sized aerobed can be provided for additional guests upon request (subject to availability). Room sleeps up to four. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
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The SpaceThe master bedroom has a king-size bed and private bath. On the same floor, there are two additional bedrooms with queen-size beds, a dresser, desk and a generous closet. A Jack and Jill-style bathroom connects these two rooms. All three rooms contain memory foam twin XL mattresses that pull out from under each bed to accommodate a fifth and sixth person. Perfect for a family or group. There is a second, shared bath downstairs. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
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The SpaceThis light filled suite is located in the Heart of Princeton. 3 minute walk to Princeton University, Palmer Square shops and restaurants and 15 minute walk to Princeton NJ transit station. The ground floor has a small living dining area and a full bath. The second floor sleeping loft is accessed via a spiral stair. Parking for one car is also available.
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The SpaceGreat in-town location- charming 600 sq ft apt studio with a queen-size bed, closet, small bureau, and a newly renovated bathroom. Eat out at one of the many restaurants a block away, or prepare your own meals in the fully equipped kitchen, with dishwasher, oven, microwave, and fridge. Linens, towels and toiletries are at your disposal. Please send me a note to inquire about availability as we use it as a home office as well. PLEASE NOTE: We prefer reservations from guests with completed profiles and reviews. Guest AccessThe studio is set back behind the garage allowing guests peace and privacy from our main house at the top of the driveway. There is parking for 1 car. Visitors can park on the street, but must not park overnight on the street as they will be fined. Enjoy the private garden, cable TV, Wifi, and a small library of books. There is a futon sofa which can be opened for sleeping to accommodate 1 more guest. Please let us know, and we will provide the extra bedding. Interaction with GuestsWe will welcome guests upon arrival, after 2pm preferred please, and check out by 12pm. Earlier arrivals/later departures can be arranged depending upon bookings. Guests have studio to themselves. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is a lovely, residential area between Westminster Choir College and Princeton U., and a short walk to bus to NY, shops, and restaurants. Getting AroundNYC: buses are a block away, dinky (train) is a 30 min walk. Other Things to NoteWe have parking for one car only- please ask any visitors to park on street in front of main house during the day. Also, please remember to bring your car in at night if you have parked on the street, as overnight parking is not allowed on the street and you will be ticketed.
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3br Home/Apartment
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Guest AccessDuring graduation the entire house is yours. At other times I will be there, you have your own bedroom and use of all the common areas of the house (living room, kitchen, hot tub out back etc. etc.)
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe are a family, so there is plenty of space for up to 5 people to stay. There are 3 bedrooms upstairs: 1 queen bed in the large bedroom, 2 twin beds in a smaller room, and 1 twin bed in the third room. The downstairs area is a charming colonial open-layout with a living room (2 leather couches, a large table, TV), the sitting room, fully equipped brand-new kitchen, and a wonderful patio. We also have a nice yard with a garden, hammock, grill, and driveway. The area is home to professors and families, which makes it ideal location for venturing out to town, the campus, and many attractions nearby. We'd love to give you tips on local attractions, as well as attractions in the surrounding areas and towns. You can even take a Philadelphia or a New York day trip - the train station is a 20 minutes walk away, or an hour drive to both cities. We're flexible with prices - just reach out! Guest AccessThe entire house. Interaction with GuestsWe will be away for the week, but would love to greet you and give you all sorts of tips! The NeighborhoodThe charming neighborhood is within walking distance to everything in Princeton! Getting AroundEverything is within walking distance, but you should bring a car if you want to travel around. Other Things to NoteYou can always contact us with questions.
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4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceHave the privacy and comfort of your own house! Perfect location. Just a few blocks from Nassau street and campus. Guest AccessJust a few blocks from Nassau street and campus.
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Excellent
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The SpaceMy home is surrounded by gardens and is within walking distance to the center of Princeton, an hour from the Jersey shore, and a train ride to New York City and Philadelphia. Guest AccessWithin walking distance is Princeton University, McCarter Theater, a movie theater, award winning restaurants, upscale shops, an excellent pool, and a nature center. Interaction with GuestsI may not be available; however, my daughter, son, or neighbor will be present for guests. The NeighborhoodCulture and nature are within walking distance to my home as well as biking along the Delaware Canal. I live on the "prettiest street in Princeton." Getting AroundThere are trains and buses to New York City and Philadelphia. There is parking in my driveway as well as on the street. There is a train directly from Newark International Airport to Princeton. Other Things to NoteThere is only ONE cat in the residence. Reduced rates are available for weekly and monthly stays.
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The SpaceA fully furnished apartment in suburban Princeton, 7 mins to the University, close to the Princeton Shopping Center. Independent entrance and parking. Ideal for a long-term graduate student. Utilities and WiFi included. No smoking. Weekly/monthly renting only. Guest AccessThis apartment is part of the main house shown here but is quite separate with its own entrance and parking slot. Interaction with GuestsHappy to give a tour of Princeton and help with any transportation as needed. Bicycle available also. The NeighborhoodWalking to the shopping center which has all amenities and many restaurants, and a small local park. Getting AroundFree bus from the shopping center to downtown. Other Things to NoteFull WiFi, and TV with streaming services included (Netflix, Amazon,YouTube etc.)
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The SpaceLovely, Comfortable, Roomy Home in Princeton Guest AccessGuest will have access to the whole house, except for our garage, one of the bedrooms and the piano. Interaction with GuestsLimited interaction. The keys will be handed over by my wife or me, or one of our representatives. The NeighborhoodOur home is in a very safe, private community in a green landscaped setting with great neighbors and a fantastic location, close to just about everywhere by car, foot or bicycle. Very near Princeton University, Train Stations, Market Fair and Carnegie Center. Getting AroundNew Jersey Transit Bus Service & Princeton University Shuttles stop 2 minutes away. 3-4 minute drive to Princeton Junction for trains to NYC or Philly. Easy Walk to Princeton Downtown, Theater at McCarter, Movies & Restaurants and Barnes & Noble at Market Fair. Route 1, Hwy 95 and 295 are minutes away. Close to several shopping malls and amenities. Other Things to NoteFor guests who stay longer than one week, cleaning services can be arranged at additional reasonable charges.
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The SpaceVery clean and comfortable. Instantly at home. Get right to work and enjoyment Entire first two floors of house. All to yourself. We will leave a key for you to come and go. You have the house to yourself The neighborhood is very close to the best coffee shop in town and all other shops/restaurants downtown. And also very short walk to university. Walk everywhere! Everything is walking distance and it's easy to get to the train station. NYC is an hour a way, Newark airport is even closer You will be very happy and comfortable in our home. We keep our house very neat and we appreciate the same of our guests. Guest AccessEntire first two floors of house. All to yourself. Interaction with GuestsWe will leave a key for you to come and go. You have the house to yourself The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is very close to the best coffee shop in town and all other shops/restaurants downtown. And also very short walk to university. Walk everywhere! Getting AroundEverything is walking distance and it's easy to get to the train station. NYC is an hour a way, Newark airport is even closer Other Things to NoteYou will be very happy and comfortable in our home. We keep our house very neat and we appreciate the same of our guests.
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3br Home/Apartment
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3 bedrooms, 2,5 bathrooms, 1200 sft living area, The house is within walking distance to the Princeton University Campus, (0.7 mile), Cafe 44 right around the corner. Shopping Center North on Harrison Street about one mile away
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Excellent
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The SpaceEclectic furnishings and decoration, lots of books, high speed wifi, projection tv w/cable & HBO, piano, patio. Full kitchen, dining room with space to have company. Crib available. Interaction with GuestsWe are out of town, but easily available by phone or email. We have friends and neighbors who can help out with any issue you might have. We know the area well, so whatever you are looking for, just ask and we can help you find it.
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The SpaceHardwood floors, front patio, original art deco bathroom fixtures. Top quality furnishings, sheets and towels. Pull out bed super simple to use and includes down pillows and featherbed and high-count cotton sheets, towel warmer, 2 storage closets, full kitchen with cappuccino machine and microwave, stocked wine rack (extra charge). Overnight parking is available in lot immediately behind apartment. With advanced notice, a parking pass can be arranged for stays of 7 days or more, at a rate of $15/day. Normal overnight rate is $23/night. Guest AccessImmediately below the apartment is a full town fllled with restaurants, coffee shops, gourmet ice-cream, antiques and home furnishings. Laundry facilities below, parking in rear. Everything walkable. Interaction with Guestsonly as needed/requested The NeighborhoodThe only true in-town retail, restaurant and residential area, created by relocating 28 homes and building Getting AroundWalking distance from "The Dinky" station, connecting NJTransit to downtown Princeton. Other Things to Note In the '80's Brooke Shields lived just a few doors down while attending the University...and her bodyguard slept here!
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The SpaceThis is a guest room in our single family home with a queen size bed. For shorter stays we are happy to host a married couple, but for stays of longer than a few days or more the space is most comfortable for one person . Guest AccessGuests are free to use the first floor of the house and use either of two full baths on the first two floors. However, the bathrooms are not private, but shared occasionally with family visitors as well as from time to time by one of either of our children. Interaction with GuestsWe've been members of the community for over a decade and available and happy to help with local suggestions, directions, etc. or just to respect your privacy. Getting AroundEasy biking to the center of Princeton (or walking as some guests have done), walk to commuter bus into NYC, Uber or Lyft for local transport readily accessible (and to train station for NYC or Philadelphia). We have a solid commuter bike to offer guests for their exclusive use. Other Things to NoteAs of October 2016 we have a puppy in the house!
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6br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis old house has character, everything is in good working order, and it just feels friendly in a modest sort of way. For price comparison, 1 queen bedroom at the X goes for Y during Reunions and Graduation: - Peacock Inn: $1000 - Nassau Inn: $700 - Inn at Glencairn: $330 - Courtyard by Marriot: $370 Guest AccessGuests will have access to the full house with the exception of one room in a separated attic, which is being used by a nice but also very busy and unobtrusive astrophysicist (who can help you find things, fix them, etc.). Attic bathroom will be shared with guests. The attic room may become available: please ask if you are interested in having 6 beds in 6 bedrooms. Additional guests may use either of the two full size couches, or futon. Interaction with GuestsWe'll let you in, give you a tour, show you how to work things, and then get out of your way. I'll be staying nearby and easily reachable. The NeighborhoodThis is a quiet neighborhood close to town, full of attractive historical houses inhabited by professors and older professionals. We love it, and you will, too. Getting AroundTen minute walk to campus. Fifteen minute walk to Prospect Street. There is parking for three cars: one in the garage, one in the driveway, and one on the street with a temporary overnight permit which we will help you arrange. Other Things to NoteWe'll clean up before you come, and we expect the house to be in good shape when we return. Since the house is not usually rented out, we will tidy the space but not empty it out entirely. Treat it as though you were staying with family.
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The SpaceThe guest bedroom in our fully-furnished house is available for rent. The house is located about 1.5 miles from Princeton University campus and 2 miles from Princeton Junction train station. It is ideal for single commuters or a couple looking for a quiet and convenient place to stay nearby. The house has two bedrooms, so another guest or guests may be staying in the master bedroom. **The owners, a couple, will be staying in the master bedroom. There is one full bathroom in the house. The house is fully furnished and stocked with everything you might need, including clean sheets and towels, soap and shampoo/condition, and it will be professionally cleaned before your arrival. Amenities include: - Air conditioning - High speed internet - A 40" TV with VGA computer hookup and cable TV with DVR - Laundry in basement - Furnished sun porch - Separate office space - Large backyard - Off-street parking Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions. Looking forward to hearing from you! ~Ali & Rachel Guest AccessBedroom, bathroom, and common areas including living room, kitchen, basement, spacious backyard, and sun porch. Interaction with GuestsOwners will be present but working or doing our own thing so won't bother you. The NeighborhoodQuiet residential street with wooded areas and walking trail nearby. Just off Highway 1 and Washington Road that leads directly into downtown Princeton. Getting AroundPrinceton Junction train station about 2 miles away. UberX drivers service the area. Other Things to NoteIt's an old house so please be gentle and respectful of furnishings, the wood floors, etc.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA self contained condo with living/dining room, fireplace and Pullman kitchen. Fully furnished and equipped. One bedroom, one bathroom. Condo on 2nd floor, comfortable for 2 , can accommodate 1 or 2 additional guests/children on 2 air mattresses. Wireless internet is installed in the condo. Guest AccessEntire condo will be rented. Coin operated laundry exclusively for Palmer Sq residents within the complex basement. Interaction with GuestsWe are quite familiar with Princeton and environs. Could interact as much or as little as the guest wishes. The NeighborhoodOverlooking beautiful Palmer Sq in the heart of town. Spectacular during holiday festivities, other festivities and throughout the year. Easy access to everything that you may need. Princeton University is a block from the condo. Westminster Choir College, the Theological Seminary and the Institute for Advanced Studies are within walking distance. Wireless Internet available in the condo. There is a public parking garage behind the condo complex. Getting AroundIf driving in there is a parking garage right behind the condo. Daily rate about $24, Chamber Street Parking Garage System, 25 Chamber Street Princeton, NJ 08542. Bus to New York City, local transit busses, freeB, Institute for Advanced Studies bus, Tiger Transport and taxi stand are at the head of the square. A short walk through the campus brings you to the Princeton rail station aka the "Dinky" , which connects you to the main rail artery at the Princeton Junction railway station. You can ride Amtrak and NJ Transit trains to get to and from airports and many destinations along the East Coast (Boston, Manhattan, Philadelphia and Washington, DC). Easy access to and from Newark Liberty International Airport via NJ Transit railway. Other Things to NoteThe McCarter Theatre, Princeton University Art Museum, Paul Robeson Arts Center and multiple libraries are some of the places you might want to visit. Many places of worship could be found along Nassau Street within walking distance.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
The SpaceA self-contained condo with separate living/dining room and bedroom. Includes a fireplace in living room and a Pullman kitchen. Fully furnished and equipped. One bedroom, one bathroom and a separate living/dining room. Condo on 2nd floor, comfortable for 2 , can accommodate 1 additional guest for an extra charge of $50 per day Wireless internet is installed in the condo. Guest AccessEntire condo with separate entry will be rented for complete privacy. Coin operated laundry exclusively for Palmer Square residents within the complex basement. Interaction with GuestsWe are quite familiar with Princeton and environs. Could interact as much or as little as the guest wishes. The NeighborhoodOverlooking beautiful Palmer Square in the heart of town. Spectacular during holiday festivities, other festivities and throughout the year. Easy access to everything that you may need. A spectrum of restaurants and food vendors are within one block. Princeton University is also a block from the condo. Westminster Choir College, the Theological Seminary and the Institute for Advanced Studies are within walking distance. Getting AroundIf driving in there is a parking garage right behind the condo. Daily rate about $24, Chamber Street Parking Garage System, 25 Chamber Street Princeton, NJ 08542. Bus to New York City, local transit buses, freeB, Institute for Advanced Studies bus, Tiger Transport and taxi stand are at the head of the square. A short walk through the campus brings you to the Princeton rail station aka the "Dinky", which connects you to the main rail artery at the Princeton Junction railway station. You can ride Amtrak and NJ Transit trains to get to and from airports and many destinations along the East Coast (Boston, Manhattan, Philadelphia and Washington DC). Easy access to and from Newark Liberty International Airport via the AirTrain & NJ Transit railway. Other Things to NoteThe McCarter Theatre, Princeton University Art Museum, Paul Robeson Arts Center and multiple libraries are some of the places you might want to visit. Many places of worship could be found along Nassau Street within walking distance.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe house is located in Princeton Borough. It is within walking distance from Nassau Street and Princeton University campus. It is connected to Westminster Choir College campus. Whether you want to experience luxury shopping and gourmet dining, or simply have a party in the garden, please do come relax and enjoy our house and the town of Princeton. The house has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living room with a futon, a kitchen, a patio, parking lots, and a garden.There are washer and dryer in the house. High speed internet, HDTV and DVD are also available. This house provides the perfect vacation escape in a comfortable town with lots of character.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceOur apartments feature ceramic tile flooring in the kitchens and foyers, bathrooms with cultured marble vanities, living rooms with crown molding, a washer/dryer in unit, central air and heating, and nine-foot ceilings. Property amenities include: • Playing field for soccer • Tennis court and indoor basketball court • Picnic area and barbecue grills • Scenic walking trails • Community center • Resort-style pool (open seasonally in summer) • Poolside playground • Heated outdoor Jacuzzi • Relaxing spa • State-of-the-art fitness center • Business center • Meeting room • Club house The private bedroom features a deluxe queen size bed with our indulgent custom linens, fluffy duvet, and plush pillows, two night tables with lamps, a clock radio, a dresser and spacious walk-in closet. The living room includes a sofa with pullout bed, club chair, an entertainment center with a flat panel LCD TV, DVD/VCR player, CD stereo system, a dining area with seating for four and a work desk with lamp and your choice of wired or wireless Internet access. The gourmet kitchen is fully equipped with everything you need including dishes, glasses, cutlery and pots and pans. The kitchen features granite counter tops and full-size appliances (four burner stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher and refrigerator), toaster, and coffee maker. Coffee, tea and sweeteners are provided. Guest AccessYou have access to the entire apartment, and all the fantastic amenities this building offers to its tenants. Interaction with GuestsWe have local staff that you might meet in person that meticulously prepares the apartments for your arrival. Your check-in is typically handled by the building's front desk staff. We provide all other customer service and are available via phone and email promptly. 24 hour support is available for any emergencies that may occur. The NeighborhoodThis community offers close proximity to local entertainment, fine dining options, and a world of culture. The renowned Princeton University is only 10 minutes away. Getting AroundFor commuters, the Princeton Junction train station is a short 2 minute drive from our apartment Other Things to NoteAlthough we do not allow pets in our apartment, this apartment is located at a residential property that allows pets and there may be pet owners in the building.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceYou will enjoy your own private bedroom which is fully furnished with a large queen sized bed and a closet. Guest AccessYou will have access to: - Single room with queen bed - Full size bathroom of your own! - All the comforts of your home: It comes equipped with linens, towels, and bedding. - Refrigerator access for your food and beverage storage You will NOT have access to: - Keys to our home - Washer/dryer - Kitchen (access to the fridge is permitted) If anything is missing just let me know! Always keep in mind that you can contact us about anything! We want you to feel at home. :) Interaction with GuestsWe will be available as much as you want us to be, but will always keep you as comfortable as you desire. As we will be sharing some space underneath the same roof, we will always be courteous and respectful to you and your space as any good friends will. The NeighborhoodQuiet and safe small family oriented neighborhood with occasional laughing kids playing on the street. The development is comfortable and located in a strategic location that have easy access to shopping malls, restaurants, supermarkets, and train/bus stations. It is beautiful all year round and especially during the fall season in downtown Princeton. Getting AroundWe are less than 5 minutes away from the Princeton Junction train station (NJ Transit). Which means we are an easy access if you are coming from out of town landed in Newark Airport. If needed, we will try our best to arrange a pick up/drop off service if possible. From Princeton Junction train station: - To New York Penn Station: between 55 ~ 94 minutes (weekday) and 73 ~ 85 minutes (weekend) [$14.75 adult one way] - To Philadelphia 30th street: 72 ~ 110 minutes (weekday) and 80 minutes (weekend) [$4.75 adult one way] - To Newark International Airport: 37 ~ 61 minutes (weekday) and 55 minutes (weekend) [$16.25 adult one way] - To New Brunswick Rutgers University: 17 minutes [$5.25 adult one way] - To Princeton: 5 minutes [$2.75 adult one way] - Daily parking available: $5/Day(24hr) If you are driving, it is easiest coming from US Route 1 and exit at the "Meadow Road" exit towards Princeton Junction. We are: - 1 hour and 45 minutes from New York City - 1 hour from Newark International Airport - 1 hour from Philadelphia - 30 minutes from Rutgers University - 7 minutes from Princeton University - 18 minutes from Trenton Other Things to NotePlease include a description of yourself and the reason you are visiting the area so I know who is staying under my roof. Kindly include in your inquiry the number of guests who is coming too. We started listing our place a short while ago with minimal Airbnb presence at the moment. However, we are verified by Airbnb via multiple methods to try and demonstrate that we are legit. Therefore, for both yours and our safety, if you do not have any reviews on Airbnb, please fill out your profile and verify your account as much as you can/wish. This will help us know you a bit better and plus no one wants a complete stranger in their home. Please let us know in advance if you need a early/late check in/out, we will discuss and see if it works for both of us.
Hotel
100br 3-star Hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Princeton, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from University Square Shopping Center and within 6 mi (10 km) of Princeton Battlefield State Park and Institute for Advanced Studies. Jasna Polana and Albert Einstein's House are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceHome away from home, located within easy walking distance to campus. Available to quiet, responsible individual, couple, family or group (up to 8). Located in quiet, safe, residential neighborhood. The house includes the following: •Kitchen with all needed cooking tools •Dining room •Living room with flat screen TV and sofa that coverts to queen-size bed •Sun/play room •Large master bedroom with queen size bed (organic mattress) •Bedroom with twin-size organic mattress on bunk frame. crib mattress also available. •Loft bedroom with full-size bed, work space and reading/eating area. •Office •Laundry facilities •Front porch •Hardwood floors throughout •Use of bicycles •2 full bathrooms •Verizon fios cable •Wi-fi •Central air and heat •Parking •One air mattress available 10-20 minute walk to campus, 5-10 minute bike ride, ½ block from Free-B Bus, a free local bus that circles around town and stops directly in front of the university. Easy walk to grocery store, shops and restaurants, bus stop to New York and train station. Toys and baby gear available if needed for children. Guest AccessGuests will have access to all common areas of the house. The basement studio (with a large bedroom with a full-size bed, separate entrance and private bath may be available for rent separately if you are looking for more space.). If you choose not to rent this space, it is possible that it would be rented by someone else (with a maximum of two people and they would not have access to the rest of the house). Interaction with GuestsWe will be available by phone and email. The NeighborhoodQuiet, residential area. It is lovely to walk around and easy to get everywhere in Princeton. Getting AroundWalking distance to Princeton University, Westminster Choir College, downtown Princeton, two grocery stores. Nearby Free-B and local NJ transit bus stops. Located a few blocks from the NYC bus stop and a 25 minute walk (or short taxi ride) from the train station.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceUnique and historic house situated on Nassau St and was divided into condo (8 units) of which I own one. It’s a charming, cozy and thoughtfully furnished 1 bedroom condo with hardwood floors, high ceilings, new queen bed, newly renovated kitchen with amenities including linens, towels, toiletries, iron, washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave and full kitchen, CD player, DVD, cable TV, wireless high speed internet and free parking. The space can comfortably fit 2 people. There is ample work space areas around the apartment if you need or just ditch the electronic devices and get-away from it all. The house is located on the corner of Nassau St. and Princeton Ave. The neighborhood is quite and safe; filled with beautiful older homes and restaurants and a Small World coffee house are two blocks away. Walking distance (10-15min) to all major points in town i.e. The University, downtown restaurants and shops, Princeton shopping center (more shops and a supermarket), bus line and train. If you do have a car there is ample free parking behind the house. Guest AccessEverything in the apartment is yours to enjoy. I only ask to respect the space and the neighbors. Interaction with GuestsWe will not be far from the area so call anytime if you need anything. The NeighborhoodLocated right on Nassau St minutes to walking to the main gate of the University. The area is a lovely with a mix of old, historic homes. An excellent health food store (Whole Earth) is one block away as well as Princeton’s popular ‘Small World Coffee’ café . You cannot beat the location and the space for seeing the town and getting around. Getting AroundPrinceton train station (the “dinky”) is a 10-15 min. walk through campus and will take you to the main train line at Princeton Junction. Princeton Junction train station is 6 miles from Princeton, a 10 minute drive. If you drive to the train you will need to pay for parking. My apartment is blocks from Coach and Suburban bus lines that are local and also run to NYC. There are local NJ Transit buses to get out beyond the Princeton vicinity. New York is 55 miles, about 1hr/15min. by car with no traffic, 1hr/10 min. by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown) add another 10 min. from Princeton ("dinky") station. Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour by car. One hour and 45 minutes by train. Jersey Shore can be reached by train or car and time varies depending on where from 1hr or more. Other Things to NoteSome of the local attractions: Princeton University offers many lectures and cultural events that are open to the public (URL HIDDEN) including the not to be missed Princeton University Art Museum (URL HIDDEN) Princeton Public Library – fantastic selections of books, DVD’s, etc. including lectures open to the public and don’t forget to check out the used book section. (URL HIDDEN) Princeton Historical Society “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein. (URL HIDDEN) McCarter Theater is one of the most active cultural centers in the nation offering wonderful professional theater, music and dance events. (URL HIDDEN) The Arts Counsel of Princeton is an excellent place to catch local acts and varied. Every Saturday is Café Improv can be a fun venue to view or participate with the local talent. (URL HIDDEN) The Princeton Battlefield site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War and also a state park with many hiking trials. The Princeton Cemetery has been called the "Westminster Abbey of the United States" by John F. Hageman in his 1878 history of the town because so many prominent citizens are buried here. (URL HIDDEN) Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour (URL HIDDEN) Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path miles and miles for kayaking, running and biking. (URL HIDDEN) Mountain Lakes Preserve lovely nature trails for you and the kids and the dogs. (URL HIDDEN) Terhune Orchards apples and other homemade goodies. Restaurants: Mistral Fresh (local farm to table) Agricola (Fresh local farm to table) Witherspoon Grill (Steak/bar) Blue Point Grille (Seafood) Teresa Caffe (Italian) Cross Culture (Indian) Ajihei (Japanese) Tiger Noodles (Chinese) Mainstay’s: Alchemist and Barrister (A&B) – pub with great selection of tap beers PJ’s Pancake House – breakfast Triumph Brewing Company – brew pub with music Ivy Tavern – local bar Contes – old style pizza Small World Coffee – great coffee Newer Places: Jules Thin Crust Pizza - gluten free pizza's as well as regular wheat Nomad Pizza - very good brick oven pizza Café 44 – breakfast Jammin' Crepes Fast: Hogie Haven - subs Georges Roaster and Ribs Efes Mediterranean Grill (Turkish) Mammon's Falafel Chuck’s Spring Street Café – Chicken Wings Taco Truck Ice Cream: All 3 are really good but everyone has their favorite so try them all! Halo Pub Thomas Sweets The Bent Spoon
house
2br house
    This is a single family house located in Princeton borough, NJ, one hour from NYC. It is connected to Westminster Choir College campus. It is within walking distance from Nassau Street,Princeton University campus. It's closed to Palmer Square, Witherspoon Street, Nassau Inn, Yankee Doodle Tap Room, Mediterra Restaurant, Witherspoon Bar and Grill, Triumph Brewery, Hoagie Haven, and many other popular Princeton spots. Whether you want to experience luxury shopping and gourmet dining, or simply have a party in the garden, please do come relax and enjoy our house and the town of Princeton. The house has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living room with a futon, a kitchen, a courtyard patio, parking lots, and a garden. High speed internet (WiFi), TV and DVD are also available.
    Bedroom
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceYour bedroom includes a queen-size bed, a dresser, and a generous closet. A memory foam twin XL mattress pulls out from under the bed to accommodate a third person. A full, Jack and Jill-style bathroom adjoins your room and is shared with another guest room. (Rent both rooms and have a private bath--perfect for groups or families!) There is a second, shared bath downstairs. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    70 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceYour bedroom includes a queen-size bed, a dresser, and a generous closet. A memory foam twin XL mattress pulls out from under the bed to accommodate a third person. A full, Jack and Jill-style bathroom adjoins your room and is shared with another guest room. (Rent both rooms and have a private bath--perfect for groups or families!) There is a second, shared bath downstairs. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    26 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceEach bedroom includes a queen-size bed, a memory foam twin XL bed that pulls out from under both queens to accommodate a fifth and sixth person, a dresser, and a generous closet. A Jack and Jill-style bathroom connects the two rooms. Perfect for a family or group. There is a second, shared bath downstairs. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens and ducks. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
    Farmhouse
    4br Farmhouse
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceEnjoy this rustic, four bedroom, three bathroom, Civil War-era farmhouse just a mile away from Princeton University campus and downtown Princeton. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes and helmets are available for your use. The second floor includes a master bedroom with king-size bed and private bath, and two additional bedrooms with queen-size beds and shared bath. All of those bedrooms have twin XL trundle beds. The first floor includes a bedroom/study with full-size futon, a third full bath, large living room with fireplace, dining room, and eat-in kitchen. Laundry and dryer in the basement. We also have a deck with a fire bowl and grill, and an outdoor fire pit in the woods. In total, there are six beds and two futons. Twin or double-sized aerobeds can be provided for additional guests upon request (subject to availability). Please contact us to discuss total number of guests. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll have access to a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. [Note that depending on when you rent, we (the owners) may still be present on the property in our tiny home (a separate, small cabin on wheels), caring for the garden and our chickens. However, you would still have plenty of privacy and we would not need access to the main house.] We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house. We rent three bedrooms on the second floor and one on the ground floor. One has a private bath, two a shared, adjoining bath and the downstairs room has a non-adjoining shared the bathroom. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
    Farmhouse
    1br Farmhouse
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceYour bedroom includes a full size XL bed, a dresser, desk, and closet. Bathroom is just across the hall. Sheets, towels, toiletries and a bathrobe are available for your convenience and comfort. Our house is situated on two and a quarter acres of sprawling lawn and 100+ year-old sugar maples, oaks, and pines. The house currently looks more 1950s than 1860s, but we hope in time to restore and reveal the house’s old bones. We are also currently working to replace some of the traditional, suburban landscaping with an organic fruit, vegetable, and flower garden). We keep chickens. Our property adjoins a nature preserve (great for trail running and walking). Guest AccessYou'll share with us a kitchen, dining room, living room, deck, and sprawling backyard. We've got a fully stocked self-serve breakfast & snack bar available throughout the day (cereals, fruit, yogurt, jam, tea, coffee, fresh eggs, sausage with many gluten-free/vegan/paleo options) and a kitchen with plenty of space for your groceries. Cable TV + Netflix / Amazon Prime. High-speed Wifi both indoors and throughout most of the property. Board games. Lawn games. Chickens, flower garden, vegetable garden, young fruit trees & berries. Ample parking. A limited number of bikes with helmets and locks are available for your use. Washer and dryer are in the basement. Interaction with GuestsWe're a busy academic couple who enjoy opening our home to visitors from around the world. We rent several rooms, which means the house is always a little busy. Sometimes, we eat meals with our guests or a share a bottle of wine. There have been nights when the whole house has come together in fun and merriment around an open fire and guests leave life-long friends. At other times, we are scarce – traveling or hunkering down for a deadline or Jen may be experiencing a flare of her illness, in which case we appreciate your self-sufficiency. Sometimes our house is gorgeous and perfect. Sometimes, it's a little cluttered, the sheets are rumpled, and we run out of milk. In other words, it's a home. Every day is different, every stay is different. If you are looking for a professional hotel or bed and breakfast experience, this is probably not the right place for you. But if you'd like to stay in a pretty spot not too far from town and campus, close to nature, and with the possibility of being delighted, we look forward to hosting you! The NeighborhoodWe are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or 6 minute bike ride). Cut through our woods and find a path that leads you into the Community Park, Mountain Lakes, and John Witherspoon Woods nature preserves: 208 acres of deciduous forest, a breathtaking reservoir, and open meadows. Great for runners, walkers and bikers. Local attractions (by theme): **Natural Princeton: Lake Carnegie, the Delaware-Raritan Canal & tow path 30 miles of kayaking, running and biking, Mountain Lakes Preserve **Princeton University: One of the country’s most beautiful college campuses with many lectures and cultural offerings that are open to the public. **Artsy Princeton: the Princeton University Art Museum, McCarter Theater **Historic Princeton: The Princeton Battlefield (site of the Battle of Princeton during the American Revolutionary War), the Princeton Cemetery (resting place of Sylvia Beach, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Jonathan Edwards, George Kennan, John Witherspoon) **Einstein’s Princeton: The Institute for Advanced Study and the Institute Woods, the Einstein Museum, “Einstein at Home”--an exhibition of rare photos of Albert Einstein, on display at the Princeton Historical Society. **Eating well in Princeton: The Bent Spoon, the Homestead (authentic New Jersey Italian in Trenton), Cafe 44, Blue Point Grille, The Little Chef Pastry Shop, Mediterra, Alchemist & Barrister, PA Dutch Farmer’s Market. **Spooky Princeton: Princeton Battlefield Ghost Tour & Cemetery Literary Princeton: F. Scott Fitzgerald, the Princeton Public Library **Agricultural Princeton: Terhune Orchards & Winery Getting AroundWhile it is very easy to travel to Princeton from New York, Philadelphia, or Newark Airport by train, public transportation within Princeton is limited. We are located one mile from the main gates of campus (a 20 minute walk or a 6 minute bike ride). If you don't have a car and are not keen on walking or biking, there are several taxi companies in the area. In addition, we're happy to offer rides to town whenever we are available. Orientation: **Downtown Princeton: 15 minute walk, 5 minute bike ride **Princeton University (main gates): 1 mile, a 20 minute walk, a 6 minute bike ride **Princeton train station (the “dinky”): 2.6 miles, a 33 minute walk, a 10 minute bike ride, a 9 minute drive, and $8-10 cab ride **Princeton Junction train station (West Windsor): 4.7 miles, a 13 minute drive **New York: 52.9 miles, 1 hour, 15 minutes to lower Manhattan driving, 52 minutes by train from Princeton Junction to Penn Station (midtown Manhattan), about 1 hour by train from Princeton station. **Philadelphia: 45 miles, a one-hour drive. One hour and 45 minutes by train Other Things to NoteWe have a four-bedroom house and rent three bedrooms on the second floor. One has a private bath, the other two a shared, adjoining bath. You can view all of these rooms here: https://www.airbnb.com/s?host_id=679815
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    68 reviews
    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    It is a very contemporary space with a minimalist, European appeal. It's very close to downtown Princeton: great shops, restaurants and Princeton University. Great proximity to Lake Carnegie, 1 hour drive to NYC or Philadelphia.
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    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The Space1 bedroom in a single house in Princeton, NJ area. A twin bed may accommodate 1 person. There is a shared full bathroom. Water and coffee is provided in the kitchen. The house is about 30 minutes walk, 10 minutes bike, $6 Uber to Princeton campus. It is about $10 to Princeton Station, $20 to Princeton Junction Station. Princeton Shopping Center is about 1 mile away. There is no sidewalk for about half a block outside of the house. Please use caution if you walk or bike. Guest AccessPlease ask about access code before arrival. Please arrive during regular check in time to meet the hosts. If you arrive outside of the regular check in window, please text me through airbnb message. Interaction with GuestsWe try to give guests maximum privacy and keep the house quiet. The NeighborhoodHow to travel to Princeton: (URL HIDDEN) Getting Around1.5 miles from Princeton University, which is about 3 minutes drive or 10 minutes bike. 1 mile from Princeton Shopping Center. 5 minutes walk to FreeB Bus line. A few minutes drive to train stations where you may go to NYC or Philadelphia easily. Other Things to NoteCheck In: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Check Out: 12:00pm Please be quiet between 9pm-7am so we don’t disturb other guests.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The Space• Master Bedroom w/ Closet & Air Conditioning Unit. • 50" Flatscreen TV • HBO/Starz/Showtime/Netflix • High-Speed WiFi • Fully Equipped Kitchen Interaction with GuestsDuring your stay I will be in Philadelphia. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to give me a call! Bijan: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodIt's lively during the day and peaceful at night. Located right on Nassau St. One block to all the museums, restaurants, bars, shops and movie theatre. Getting Around1 hr. drive to Philly or to NY. Metered street parking & parking garage Other Things to NoteMPORTANT REGARDING PARKING: • Metered Streets Or Parking Garage Only • Spring Street Parking Garage (24Hr parking) - Rates Vary • Spring Street Address: 34 Spring St, Princeton NJ see (URL HIDDEN) Parking map will also be in unit.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The Space• Master Bedroom w/ Closet & Air Conditioning Unit. • 50" Flatscreen TV • HBO/Starz/Showtime/Netflix • High-Speed WiFi • Fully Equipped Kitchen Guest AccessENTRY: Front Door Code: 1953 Apt. #3 Code: 3505 Interaction with GuestsDuring your stay I will be in Philadelphia. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to give me a call! Bijan: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodIt's lively during the day and peaceful at night. Located right on Nassau St. A super walking town, you can stroll to all the museums, restaurants, bars, shops and movie theatre. Other Things to Note***PLEASE NOTE*** Any inquiries up until April 30th will be managed by Farzad H. And any inquiries after May 1st will be managed by Lorraine A. We apologize for any inconvenience. However, we are working diligently to ensure a seamless transition. Thank you for your understanding, we look forward to hearing from you!
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    86 reviews
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    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur house used to be a one-room schoolhouse in the late 1800s and while we've kept the original building intact, my architect husband designed an addition inspired by our visits to New Mexico and Italy. Guest AccessIn addition to your ensuite room, you will have access to the great room, the kitchen, the laundry room and the yard. Interaction with GuestsI will welcome you, show you around and answer any questions you may have about the area, where to go and how to get there. The NeighborhoodOur home sits on the ridge that separates Princeton from Rocky Hill. While it is a peaceful setting under a canopy of trees, we are only a couple miles from downtown Princeton. Luckily, there's also a shopping center a mile away, with a grocery store, a specialty food shop, drugstore, a bank, etc... Getting AroundThere is the Dinky, a shuttle train from Princeton to the train station in Princeton Junction. Other Things to NoteWe have one small dog.
    Home/Apartment
    2br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    The Space• Master Bedroom w/ Closet & Air Conditioning Unit. • 50" Flatscreen TV • HBO/Starz/Showtime/Netflix • High-Speed WiFi • Fully Equipped Kitchen Interaction with GuestsDuring your stay I will be in Philadelphia. If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to give me a call! Bijan: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodIt's lively during the day and peaceful at night. Located right on Nassau St. A super walking town, you can stroll to all the museums, restaurants, bars, shops and movie theatre.
    Bedroom
    Excellent
    65 reviews
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    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Breakfast
    • Parking
    The SpaceOur house used to be a one-room schoolhouse in the late 1800s and while we've kept the original building intact, my architect husband designed an addition inspired by our travels to New Mexico and Italy. Guest AccessIn addition to your ensuite room, you will have access to the great room, the kitchen, the laundry room, the yard and the two decks. Interaction with GuestsI will welcome you, show you around and answer any question you may have about the area, what to do and where to go. The NeighborhoodOur home sits on the ridge that separates Princeton from Rocky Hill. While it is a peaceful setting under a canopy of trees, we are only a couple miles from downtown Princeton. Luckily, there's a shopping center a mile away, with a grocery store, a specialty food shop, drugstore, a bank, etc... Other Things to NoteWe have one small dog, a Yorkie named Chloe.
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    Bedroom
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    The SpaceYou will be within easy walking distance of the university, approximately five blocks from Nassau Hall. Check back for availability. I'll open up dates as the time approaches and I'm sure I can accommodate guests. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use the kitchen, dining room, and laundry. The front porch is a nice place to spend some time in the spring and summer, or hang out in the small backyard. Interaction with GuestsI love providing information on Princeton and its surroundings; just ask. If you need immediate help, I'd rather talk on the phone than text, so give me a call. The NeighborhoodFriendly, diverse neighborhood a few blocks from Palmer Square and Nassau Hall. Getting AroundPublic bus service stops a block from the house. The Dinky is a 15-minute walk. Parking is restricted, so if you need it, see additional notes for more detail. There is an old bike that you can use to get around town. Other Things to NoteThere is free parking in the municipal lot a five minute walk from the house. There is no driveway, and on-street parking is restricted. You MUST read the signs; I will not be responsible if you get a ticket. There are paid parking lots nearby on Hulfish and Chambers Streets.