Phoenixville, PA, United States Accommodations

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The SpaceFeatured on past historic Phoenixville candle light tour Built Pre 1870's, this four story home is being lovingly restored. I offer 4 private rooms with a shared private bath. Color cable tv, Wi fi. Shared kitchen and laundry. Main Dining room and Living room available for you to use. This great home is within walking distance to historic downtown Phoenixville. Please come and spend a weekend! Walk to local Restaurants, shopping, Drive to Valley Forge Casino, Philadelphia Premium outlets, King of Prussia mall, Valley forge National historic park, Amish country, Skippack, Marsh Creek State park for boating and french creek State park with miles of hiking/biking trails all within minutes. Schuylkill river bike trail within .25 miles of the house. You can ride from here to Philly and eventually to reading. A lot of other great places to explore near Phoenixville...Philadelphia and the Main line. 10 minutes to Valley Forge Casino. Spend a nice night sitting on the porch watching the rest of the night go by. This property is very close to major corporate parks. minutes to Collegeville, Oaks, Valley forge, King of Prussia, Chesterbrook, Great Valley, Malvern, Paoli, Mainline,Frazer, Exton, Lionville, Glenmoore, Downingtown, Chester springs, Limerick, Public transportation available as well.
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Remodeled Rowhome available in the cute town of Phoenixville. A short ride to major train stations, Valley Forge State Park, King of Prussia and the Philadelphia Premium Outlets. Walking distance to restaurants, shops, parks and the farmer's market.
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I am very excited about hosting guests in my suburban phila home. This home was built pre 1874. It is a 4 story home with brick facade and ornate exterior trimming. I have 4 rooms that feature queen size beds comfortable and cozy vintage is the feel
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The SpaceI live in a three-story twin built in 1900. It features high ceilings, large windows and private rooms fully decorated and sleep ready. There is a second floor laundry room which guests have access to. There is one parking spot in the lot and endless street parking. There is a front porch and enclosed back porch—both with seating. All throughout the house my love of art is ever-present. There is 1 full bath on the second floor and a 1/2 bath on the first floor. The bathrooms are shared spaces. There is high-speed wireless internet. I'm more than happy to give you a detailed listing of all places you might enjoy once I get to know you. The shortlist would be First Fridays in Phoenixville, First Fridays in Philadelphia, French Creek National Park, Hopewell Furnace, St. Peter's Village, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, along with many other sites to see in Philadelphia. Phoenixville alone boasts a ton of wonderful restaurants, coffee shops and social clubs. I moved here because it has a quaint European feel—yet you still see the Philadelphian influence throughout.
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Excellent
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The SpaceHello Friends, welcome to Phoenixville. I have a private bedroom, bath, living room and "office space" for your stay. The space for your use is a 130 sf bedroom with a full size bed, dresser and 2 closets. Both are on the 2nd floor. "Just added" a separate room with a computer desk for office use for the traveling business person. For additional privacy, the entire 2nd floor is unoccupied. Fresh towels and linens will be provided. The house has central AC and radiator heating, free wifi, washer and dryer unit. There is no cable television, however I can provide you with Netflix in the 2nd floor living room. You are also welcome to use the kitchen, dining and 1st floor living room. We can share the refrigerator as needed. I have a garage if you need to store a bicycle or motorcycle. I enjoy meeting my guests and our interaction to your comfort level, or as needed. The neighborhood is typical working class America, the typical home is about 70 to 120 years. There is a great downtown area about three blocks away, full of fine restaurants and bars. Phoenixville used to be a Steel Mill town, the mill was closed for good and removed over 20 years ago. Just in the last 10 years the town has gone through a revival, and hosts many art, music and entertainment events. I have 2 cats. I can keep then in the basement if needed for a short term stay. Otherwise they usually have free access throughout the house. They are very friendly and well behaved. Nia and Sha-mia. Guest AccessYou are also welcome to use the kitchen, dining and 1st floor living room. We can share the refrigerator as needed. I have a grarge if you need to store a bicycle or two. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy meeting my guests and our interaction to your comfort level, or as needed. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is typical working class America, the typical home is about 70 to 120 years. There is a great downtown area about three blocks away, full of fine restaurants and bars. Phoenixville used to be a Steel Mill town, the mill was closed for good and removed over 20 years ago. Just in the last 10 years the town has gone through a revival, and hosts many art, music and entertainment events. Other Things to NoteI have 2 cats. I can keep then in the basement if needed for a short term stay. Otherwise they usually have free access throughout the house. They are very friendly and well behaved. Their names are Nia and Sha-mia. Also now available in home Massage, by Back to Health Massage Therapy, who are my neighbors Steve and Christine. Call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) to set up an appointment. ** NOTE** Also I have a extra room on the 3rd from time to time I use this space as a flex room for return quests that need a quick nights crash when my main room (this one) is occupied. Or it comes in handy when a current guest needs another night stay, and I have and incoming guest for my main room. Please message me if you need it, it is blocked until the need arises.
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The Space***NEW: a special welcome to students of Danielle Dulski and Living Mandala Yoga. It is less than ten minutes' walk to Ocean Earth Wind Fire yoga studio, home base to Danielle's yoga intensive training sessions. Leave your car here and avoid parking restrictions at the studio. Please message me if you are interested in sharing this listing with another student. I may be able to list the bedrooms separately, or put you in contact with each other. Special student pricing applies. *** Modest but comfortable accommodations ten minutes from the PA turnpike, convenient for Valley Forge National Park, King-of-Prussia, Ursinus College, Kimberton Waldorf School, Philadelphia Expo Center (in Oaks) and more. This cute, 100 year-old twin home is in downtown Phoenixville, home of various festivals, First Friday events and many independent stores, pubs/wineries and eateries. We have live music venues (Steel City Coffee House, Black Walnut Winery, Pickering Creek Pub), and an independent movie theater, The Colonial. Other attractions include bike trails, Lock 60 canal path, the Wharton Escherick museum, the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove and kayaking, to name a few. You will have the house for your own use during your visit. It is an old home, with low ceilings, vintage fixtures and fittings, and is missing a few modern amenities. Please check the amenities list to see if we have everything you need to make your visit comfortable. What you WILL have is one or two double bedrooms. You will indicate how many beds I should make up during the booking process...but feel free to use the second room to stow your stuff, or as a separate living space, even if you don't need the bed : this is an energy saving device to save both me and the environment from excess laundry (!) The front room has a comfortable queen bed with memory foam mattress topper, bedside tables and lamps, chairs for your luggage, ceiling fan and wall mounted, quiet, high efficiency air-conditioner, essential for steamy summer days on the East Coast. There are blackout shades on the windows. The back bedroom has a double size bed. It has the same type of high efficiency air conditioner as the front bedroom, a love seat sofa for quiet reading, and a nice view over the back garden. It belongs to a teenage girl in its everyday life and the questionable reading materials belong to her. I try to keep the decor as neutral as possible for our AirBnB guests. Our bathroom is small and unsurprising. The shower is over a claw foot tub, so you need to be able to climb in and out of that. There is no AC in this room. Shampoo and soap are supplied, but you are welcome to use any supplies in here. The hairdryer lives in here, too. You should find most things you need in the kitchen. There is no microwave, nor ice maker. I try to keep a small bag of ice available. Breakfast supplies will be left for you, which vary from visit to visit. There is always a selection of teas (I am from the U.K. after all ), coffee, creamer, some kind of bread product (s), butter, eggs...There is no AC in this room, but I find the room receives benefit from the unit in the living/dining area, and combined with the standing fan I keep in there during summer this is usually adequate. Personally, I do not use the stove during the hotter months. In the combined living/dining area there is a dining table that seats four but extends to seat six, using chairs from the front bedroom. There is a ceiling fan over the table. There is seating for about four in the living area, and another high efficiency air conditioner that cools the entire space. You are welcome to entertain guests...but no wild parties please. My back garden is special to me. Depending on the season it can be delightful, or inhospitable. Feel free to decide for yourself, make yourself at home. I only ask that if you or your guests smoke you dispose of the butts in a trash container. Parking is on-street, and you may not get a spot right outside the house. If you arrive before 5pm it will be easier for you. Some of my reviews address the parking situation, most people have found it OK. It would definitely be preferable to have a dedicated parking spot, so that could be a deal breaker for you. There are more dogs on this street than there are houses... but my house is pet-free. Dogs may wake you up earlier than you'd like. Ditto church bells. Finally, if you have any questions about my listing, or any of the reviews I have received, please contact me. Updated November 2016 Guest AccessYou have access to two floors, the third is closed off. Access at time of check-in is most often through you retrieving the key from the mailbox. Sometimes I am able to personally greet you, but usually I am at work. Interaction with GuestsAs this is my primary home, which I am vacating during your visit, you won't see too much of me. I try to be as available as possible, but have a job where I can't always get to my phone immediately. I am extra vigilant of my messages when I have a guest staying, and have a backup contact in case of emergency. If it's the summer and you have an extended stay, I will probably ask permission to access the yard a couple of times to tend my planters etc. This would be by mutual agreement. The NeighborhoodThis is a working class neighborhood, which can seem a little shabby to begin with. But I love it here and my neighbors are wonderful. It's true the sidewalks could use a facelift, but read my reviews and see that many people have visited and had a great time here! Getting AroundSEPTA Bus routes 99 and 139 are conveniently accessible, from besides the Wells Fargo bank on Church St. Fares are a fixed $2.25 between any two stops. You can get to King of Prussia mall one direction, and the Premium Outlets in Limerick the other. Other Things to NoteFULL DISCLOSURE: this has already been mentioned, but parking on my street can be an issue. The later you arrive, the less likely you are to get a spot right outside the door. There is a spot to pull over to unload, however, even if you have to move your vehicle afterwards.
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The SpaceThe private room is spacious with a queen bed, two night stands, flat screen color tv with cable, bookshelf and desk with chair. Room has baseboard heaters and a window air conditioner. Room is located on the third floor and is the only room on that floor. Guest AccessGuests will have access to bathroom, powder room, mudroom/laundry, kitchen, dining room, living room, front porch, back deck and driveway. The back deck has a dining set and gas grill. The front porch is covered and features two large comfortable chairs for relaxing. The NeighborhoodPhoenixville is a vibrant and walkable town. Bridge street offers restaurants, cafés, a bakery, ice cream shoppes, a bookstore, cycling store with rentals, vintage clothing stores, barber shops and much more. The colonial theater shows movies including cult classics on specific nights. It is only a short few mile bike ride to pick up the Schuylkill River Trail which goes to Philadelphia. Valley Forge National Park and shopping centers at King of Prussia are only about 15 minutes away. Getting AroundBus transportation to King of Prussia and Norristown Transportation center. Paoli commuter rail to Philadelphia is about 8 miles away (15 to 20 minutes by car) Other Things to NoteOutdoor gas grill
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Charming single-family home built in 1920. Located walking distace to the downtown area and Phoenixville Hospital. Private room with a twin bed. Color, cableTV and free wifi while you stay.
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Air conditioned bedroom with double bed on second floor of family home 45 minutes, 31 miles from Philadelphia.Powderroom on second floor which makes your visit here very private. Feel free to use kitchen, washer and dryer.
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The SpaceWe will make your stay as pleasant as possible. We are offering breakfast with your stay, and Septa passes to see the Pope. Very quiet neighborhood. We do have 1 cat that I can promise you won't even know is there. Guest AccessYou are welcome to the downstairs area, and backyard fire pit/patio area. Interaction with GuestsOur family will be in the house during your stay, and we will be available to help whenever you need. The NeighborhoodWe live in a very quiet neighborhood. Great for sitting outside at night, and enjoying the backyard wilderness that comes by. Getting AroundYour own private vehicle is probably your best bet, but there is public buses that run around town. Other Things to NoteWe are a family of 4 with two grown daughters, and 1 cat.
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The SpaceYou'll have your own section of the third floor! Guest AccessBedroom and private bathroom, all living space on all floors Interaction with GuestsI get along with everyone, and I come and go a lot. I can either show you around town or give you some time to relax and kick back! The NeighborhoodIt's very quiet, beautiful views, and close to both downtown Phoenixville and he interstate Getting AroundThere are train stations close by in Paoli and Berwyn that go into the city
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The SpaceA large living room can comfortably accommodate a group of people. There is a master bedroom with an iComfort queen bed, a second bedroom with a queen bed as well as an office that has a twin bed. The kitchen has all the necessary items for cooking and there are grocery stores nearby. Feel free to help yourself to any items in the cabinets and fridge. The parking is on street parking - however, it is by permit. There is a guest permit at the house, which allows for one car. Parking is very easy to find on our street, usually in front of the house. Guest AccessThe third floor of the house is under renovation so please don't enter. The basement has a washer and dryer so you can access it but it is not a finished basement so be prepared. :) Interaction with GuestsWe are available to help with your requests at any time and would love to share our favorite spots and activities in the area. The NeighborhoodPhoenixville is a thriving Philadelphia suburb with numerous BYOB restaurants and great bars which are all within walking distance to the house. Thai L'Elephant has the best Thai food in the area and is our favorite spot, as well as being a BYOB. Bistro on Bridge has a great craft beer list and amazing wings - go for happy hour for the best deals! Getting AroundThe nearest train station is about a 15-20min drive. There are bus routes but the best way to access this area is by car. There is a guest parking pass included with the house rental. Other Things to NoteThere is central heat and two air conditioning window units in the two bedrooms. The first floor has no air conditioning but opening the windows and turning on the ceiling fans creates a nice breeze throughout the downstairs.
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Excellent
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The SpaceBedroom is sunny and nicely decorated with a closet, chest of drawers, end table and full-length mirror. Shared bath is in the hallway next to the bedroom. Guest AccessKitchen, deck, spare bathroom, powder room. Interaction with GuestsI'm pretty busy and may not have s lot of interaction with guests but will be sure they get whatever they need to make their stay comfortable. The NeighborhoodVery quiet. The community offers a half hour walk through non-busy streets. Close to restaurants, shops, post office, gas station and grocery store. Getting AroundSepta busses available from downtown Phoenixville. Train station is 20 minutes away. Other Things to NoteI have two adorable but quiet maine coon cats.
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The space has a full kitchen, bath with soaking tub and separate shower, and large livingroom/bedroom with either three twin beds or one twin and one king depending on your needs. Normally the bed is made up as a king, so should you need two twins, please let me know this when booking. There is a large screen TV with premium channels and free wifi. We are located in the charming village of Kimberton, which is 3 miles from downtown Phoenixville. Please note, access requires a flight of stairs.
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The SpaceThe futon has a memory foam mattress on top of futon mattress for extra comfort. There are paintings, mosaics and stained glass making this a unique space. Guest AccessPrivate door from the courtyard enters to the downstairs sitting area. There is a spiral staircase that goes up to the sleeping area, kitchenette and studio space. From the courtyard there is also a gate that opens to a park. Interaction with GuestsI am available by text if you need anything. I have a sheet with restaurants and things to do, all in walking distance. The NeighborhoodLots to do in Phoenixville. Near Valley Forge National park. 2 rivers run through Phoenixville. Getting AroundThere is 1 parking space available. There is a bus stop nearby which goes to King of Prussia. Other Things to NoteIn the heart of Phoenixville on a cobblestone alley wih many restaurants, shopping and walking trails nearby.
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Excellent
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Third Floor bedroom with Full Bed. I use this space as a flex room for return quests that need a quick nights crash when my main room is occupied. Or when a current guest needs another night stay, and I have and incoming guest for my main room.
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Excellent
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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22br inn
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Situated in Phoenixville, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Valley Forge National Historic Park, Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, and Isaac Hunsberger House. Philadelphia Premium Outlets and People's Light are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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Situated in Phoenixville, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Valley Forge National Historic Park and 2.6 mi (4.1 km) from Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks. King of Prussia Mall and Valley Forge Convention Center are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Okay
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Located in the heart of Phoenixville, this inn is within 9 mi (15 km) of Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, Valley Forge National Historic Park, and People's Light. Play-A-Round Golf and Isaac Hunsberger House are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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Excellent
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The SpaceThe house is right in the village of Kimberton and across from a great hang-out place: Ideas bookstore, where Shannon will welcome you with a cup of tea and a place to lounge. Our house is beautifully painted throughout, with living/dining room featuring "lazure" painting by Robert Logsdon. Guest AccessIf you need kitchen use, just ask! (There's a mini-fridge and microwave in the room.) You can have access our kitchen, as needed. We don't serve breakfast, but if you would like some fruit and granola, we're happy to offer that. Interaction with GuestsAsk me for help - call or text (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodOur bnb is set on the main street of historic Kimberton Village with old-time charm. The independent Whole Foods store is a pillar of the community, with organic produce, raw dairy, humanely-raised meats, gourmet and specialty diet foods, baked goods, supplements, natural body care and household items. Stop by the Kimberton Café for freshly brewed coffee, a nutritious juice or smoothie, a made-to-order sandwich, or selections. Getting AroundWe have plenty of parking at our house (right twin), but the Kimberton Park is nearby for extra space. There's a tennis court, gazebo, and lots more across the street.
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Excellent
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The SpaceThe house is right in the village of Kimberton and across from a great hang-out place: Ideas bookstore, where Shannon will welcome you with a cup of tea and a place to lounge. Our house is beautifully painted throughout, with living/dining room featuring "lazure" painting by Robert Logsdon. Guest AccessYou can have access our kitchen, as needed. (There's a mini-fridge and microwave in the room.) We don't serve breakfast, but if you would like some fruit and granola, we're happy to offer that. Interaction with GuestsCall or text anytime. The NeighborhoodOur bnb is set on the main street of historic Kimberton Village with old-time charm. The independent Whole Foods store is a pillar of the community, with organic produce, raw dairy, humanely-raised meats, gourmet and specialty diet foods, baked goods, supplements, natural body care and household items. Stop by the Kimberton Café for freshly brewed coffee, a nutritious juice or smoothie, a made-to-order sandwich, or selections. Getting AroundWe have plenty of parking at our house (right twin), but the Kimberton Park is nearby for extra space. There's a tennis court, gazebo, and lots more across the street.
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My place is close to parks and great views. You’ll love my place because of the location, the outdoors space, and the views. My place is good for solo adventurers and business travelers.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA peaceful & clean space with original artwork. There is easy access to the bathroom & kitchen. What wows people is the backyard where they can sit on the porch or enjoy lounging around the pool or gardens. Guest AccessThe bedroom is next to the bathroom and living room. The kitchen is available if needed. There is a back porch and a size able back yard to enjoy. The pool is available seasonally; usually May-September. Interaction with GuestsInteraction is low key and as needed. I make every effort to greet guests when they are new arrivals. If that is not possible, then I am available to answer questions by text/phone call. The NeighborhoodGreat neighbors! It's quiet and peaceful. Not much light pollution. Getting AroundYou will need your own transportation...there is no public transportation in Kimberton...you will be able to walk to town and a local park if you are comfortable walking a mile.
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The SpaceIts a 4 bedroom semi-furnished townhouse with full kitchen, living room/dining room, finished walkout basement with patio and deck in rear. Newly painted with new carpets. Guest AccessEverything is accessible except one bedroom and one bath. Interaction with GuestsWe will meet you initially at the townhouse and then help will be available via phone. The NeighborhoodIts a corner townhouse with wooded backyard in a very quiet neighborhood. Getting AroundClose to many highways, shopping malls etc. Other Things to NoteWe would prefer a long-term stay (more than 10 days)
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The SpaceDouble bed, drawer space, desk. Guest AccessWifi, kitchen, bathroom, backyard and porch, seasonal pool. Interaction with GuestsLow key and as needed. My goal is to help folks have a peaceful stay and leave refreshed. The NeighborhoodIt is quiet and (URL HIDDEN) night there is little light pollution. People greet each other and take notice of activity on the street yet keep a respectful distance. They are there if needed. Getting AroundYou will need a car. You can walk into the village to enjoy the fabulous Kimberton Whole Foods store and restaurants as well as Earth Speak, a gift and new age store, and a local park. There are trails if a longer walk is in your favor. Other Things to NoteThis room is in the same home as "Homey Atmosphere in Kimberton" should you be traveling with someone and want separate rooms. There is a cat who can go in and out of the house. Be aware of her gifts left around...
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The SpaceThe space is cozy and quirky, a cheerful spot decorated with eclectic art and vintage touches. Located at the back of the house away from the street with windows overlooking the shade garden and mural. Guest AccessGuests will enjoy a separate entrance to their private guest suite, a cozy room with mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, and 3-piece bath. Guests are welcome to enjoy the fenced backyard. Interaction with GuestsMy fiance and I are available if you have questions or would like a dinner or entertainment recommendation, but will leave you in peace unless you need us. The NeighborhoodWe love our quiet street, with "T" intersections at each end. A quick couple of blocks to restaurants, theatre, local festivals and activities like the Schuylkill River Trail and Canal. Just a little farther afield is world class shopping at King of Prussia Mall and historical sites such as Valley Forge Park. Getting AroundParking is on the street, and generally very easy. Once here you can easily walk to shopping, restaurants, and entertainment. SEPTA routes 99 and 139 service Phoenixville to King of Prussia, Norristown, and Oaks. Other Things to NoteWe're happy to provide coffee, water, and snacks, along with a mini fridge for anything you may want to bring with you.
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The SpaceBeautiful woodwork, great light, high ceilings, very spacious and a new kitchen. Guest AccessPrivate bedroom with walk in closet and connected full bath on the 2nd floor, share the living room, dining room and kitchen and laundry. The NeighborhoodBeautiful and quiet street that is walking distance to hiking trails along the Schuylkill River. Less than 1 mile to downtown Phoenixville with access to lots of restaurants, shopping and a historic theatre. Getting AroundJust a bus stop for public transportation. If driving we are close to Rt 422.
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Guest AccessGuests have access to the pool and hot tub May-November. The sauna is accessible all year round, as well as the kitchen, bathrooms, and other living spaces. Espresso, lattes, cappuccinos, or any other specialty drinks can be made on site by one of the hosts. Interaction with GuestsWe love to interact with our guests! The house currently functions as an intentional living community, where 8 travelers semi-permanently reside. We share dinner together whenever possible, but sometimes our schedules make it difficult to all eat at the same time. The NeighborhoodPhoenixville is constantly alive with activities and festivals. On a typical day its full of locals and visitors alike; shopping, going to coffee shops, taking a stroll through the number 1 trail in America (just blocks from our back door), or enjoying a classic film at our local historic theater are just a few things that Phoenixville has to offer. Getting AroundThe closest bus stop is right on the corner of our block, which takes travelers on a 15 minute commute directly to King of Prussia mall (the largest retail mall in the US). Busses run all day, and the KOP stop is a major hub for travel other cities, most notably center city Philadelphia (about 30mins from KOP).