Saint Paul, MN, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Saint Paul

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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceAbsolutely charming and chic. 1 bedroom, living room, huge kitchen/social room, full bath. Designed with vaulted ceiling and new bathroom, this little cottage is perfect for a couple or two. One can sleep in the bedroom and the other may use a double high, queen sized air mattress (provided) in the living room. IT WILL NOT BE PERFECT; IT WILL BE LIVED IN. Summer offers a gorgeous garden with shaded dining and water installation (You can hear it from the bedroom. It's very relaxing.) In winter, the garden is covered with snow and the blackout curtains in the bedroom cover the quiet scene. Jesse is the caretaker and lives in the apartment next door. You may ask him for rides to or from the airport ($25 for up to 4), emergency laundry or other necessities. 5 minutes from downtown Mpls and downtown St. Paul, 3 blocks off Hwy 94. 5 Minutes from two organic groceries, a huge park and famous Grand Avenue for shopping and eclectic dining. On street parking across the street from a Mpls policeman, so we're pretty darned safe. 3 block walk to the bus. Guest AccessWi-fi, central heat and air-con, full kitchen, laundry for those staying over a week. Interaction with GuestsI'll be gone, the place is all yours. Neighbor will help if you need anything :) The NeighborhoodThis flat is 1 mile from historic Grand Avenue - perfect for shopping and dining. It is also close to two organic grocery stores and minutes away from both downtowns (Minneapolis and St. Paul). 2 miles from Macalester College. Getting AroundThe train is just a few blocks away at Lexington Pkwy and University, and public bus is also available. Other Things to NoteNEW AIRBNB-ER'S PLEASE NOTE: This is not a hotel; it is my home. It will not be perfect; it will be lived in. I will not make the bed(s) - I will provide clean sheets and towels. I have left cleaning supplies in case you want to wipe or sweep to your personal taste. If you are sensitive about cleanliness, consider a proper hotel or be willing to do extra wiping up after the neighbor finishes.
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Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe house was converted into a duplex probably in the 1940's or 50's. So the 2nd floor is completely private and self sufficient except for laundry. Which guests would have access to in the basement. Guest Accesslaundry in the basement. storage in basement or garage. wi-fi also. Interaction with GuestsI'm available as much or as little as guests would want. I keep regular hours so weekends are more flexible for me. The NeighborhoodW. 7th area is an old neighborhood with character and has plenty to offer and see. Close to the river and its endless bike paths. I'm also Close to Crosby Nature Preserve which has beautiful secluded wooded trails. An array of wildlife to see down there also. Getting AroundI'm close to bus line and there is a "GO2" ridesharing car parked on this block also. Other Things to NoteThere is a fire pit out back on the patio guests would be welcome to use.
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2br Home/Apartment
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Other Things to NoteWelcome! First and foremost, please feel right at home here. You have selected a great place to stay in the St. Paul Cathedral Hill neighborhood. It is within walking distance to great shops, bars and restaurants on Selby Avenue as well as Grand Avenue. Call with questions at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Enjoy your stay! Keys: Large key will give you access into the building. Smaller key will get you into the unit. There are two locks on the unit, an upper and lower lock. Use the upper lock only. The bottom lock is to remain unlocked at all times to prevent you from locking yourself out of the unit. The main entrance is from the parking lot under the green awning. Enter in the door to the right, the lobby to the living quarters. Going straight ahead under the awning will take you to the restaurant. Elevator access is through the lobby and on your right. Take it to the 4th floor and off the elevator take a right and then a left at the end of the hall. Unit 401 will be on your left near the end of the hall. Bedrooms: Both bedrooms have temperature controlled thermostats in the room to control the temperature. Extra blankets are in the living room or on the red chair in the large bedroom. Leave the sheets on the bed when you leave. Bathrooms: Showers are located in each bathroom. Clean towels are on each bed. Please place used towels in the bathroom when you leave after your stay. Extra guests Extra guests and visitors are allowed please notify the owner ahead of your stay. Smoking: Smoking is NOT permitted in the unit, you can smoke outside the building 25 feet from any entrance Off-limit areas: There are no off limit areas in the building. There is a courtyard you can use if weather permits and large key gives you access to entrance on main level. There is a bar and restaurant in building, opens at 4pm and closes usually around 11pm or later on weekends. At this time, personal closets and dressers in the smaller bedroom have no space for guests and should not be opened or used. The main closet off of the master bedroom will have hanging space but no dresser space. Other: Feel free to use any dishes, pans, cooking utensils etc. you find in the kitchen. Wine glasses are in the bar located in the dining room. Please wash or place in the dishwasher after use. Food and Drink: Help yourself to any food or drink that you find. Cleaning procedures: Trash goes in the bin in the cupboard to the left of the stove. If the trash is full, please bring to trash chute across from the large elevator on the 4th floor. Recyclables (glass, metal and plastics) cannot be placed in the trash and instead go in the paper bag underneath the sink, if full please bring to the recycling/trash area, which is located off the parking lot about 50 feet to the right of the main entrance. Please put the dishes in the dishwasher. No need to run the dishwasher. Laundry is not available for use.
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Excellent
5 reviews
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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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Excellent
67 reviews
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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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The SpaceThis is just an ordinary upstairs bedroom in an 1874 working-class home on a quiet residential street in the Capitol City of Minnesota. It is upstairs in a very old, small working-class house that is under gradual rehab and improvement (as funds and time permit). The sleeping room itself is private, but I may need to enter to water the flowers in the window box, or get something from the bureau where I store my sewing supplies. The shower, sink, and toilet are DOWNSTAIRS in a bathroom shared with the rest of the household, which includes my daughter and her 2 children - ages 2 and 6 years, and an long-term roommate/friend, Andrew. This is not as convenient as guests may prefer, but for a price commeasurate to that of a campsite in a state park, where you would bring your own tent and sleeping bag, I hope this inconvenience is tolerable. I provide fresh, clean sheets, pillows, and blankets, heat, light and internet access, indoors! Towels are freshly laundered, tumbled briefly in the dryer to fluff them and then dried in the sunshine and outdoor breezes (weather permitting) on the clothes line, and I never use scented dryer sheets. I do not use commercial of chemical-based air fresheners in the home, as they make me ill. The dog is a boisterous barreling bull of a boy named "Boss". He will most likely greet your first knock on the door with ferocious barking, but once he sniffs you, he soon calms down - unless you keep him stimulated by giving him too much attention. He has run of the whole house and he sometimes gets lonely and wanders upstairs to visit guests. There is a gate at the top of the stairs which my roommate likes to keep closed to keep the dog out of his space. The dog, Boss, will dash out the door and run around the neighborhood if he gets the chance, and therefore precautions are taken when guests might be coming and going. I don't make breakfast. I just interpret B&B to be Bed and Bathing facilities. Guests do not have any access to kitchen facilities. Common spaces in the house are often cluttered and couches mussed up- due to the dog spending most of his leisure time on them, and children not always putting away their things. When I am home, I clean, and pick up things frequently, and sweep all the floors guests have access to, and wipe down the bathroom daily, scrubbing the floor whenever I see it needs it. When I am not home, my daughter does not do these things, and The house can become unpleasantly messy. I have not been sleeping overnight at the house since June 2016, but I do stop in several times a week to clean and check on guests. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the room itself, the front entry, and the downstairs bathroom. I do as much as I can to keep the living room comfortable for guests, but my housekeeping habits need improvement, and I often dump laundry and sorting projects in progress in the living room on and around the couches, which render the room less welcoming and relaxing. I am working on this. The bedroom itself is presently also storing some items: book, blankets, craft supplies, and a there is a nice bureau, but I have claimed it, and use it for photography, craft, and sewing supplies., A second bureau is full of my own camera equipment. and some family members', stuff. These are not available for guest use. There is a closet in which clothing can be hung, but no hooks for towels, coats, umbrellas, etc. (This will come as I get all the details figured out.) I need access to the room daily during warm season so that I can water the flowers in the window box. Guests need to be aware that the back of the house (which includes the kitchen) is off-limits to guests, as it is in rough shape, and although the family uses it, it is simply not suitable for guest use. I have renovation projects in varying states of completion throughout the house. Interaction with GuestsHow much I interact with my guests will depend on what else I have going on any particular evening or day. I work full time in Minneapolis and have been juggling several projects. My livingroom is set up with 2 couches and a piano, but no TV or stereo. Guests are welcome to relax on the couches whenever they like, but the dog thinks he belongs on the couch, too. I wash the couch covers frequently to keep ahead of the dog hair. I'll always try to be present personally to orient guests to the home - the sleeping and bath facilities, but other than that, I may often be away from the house. Guests who stay more than one night will be provided a key to the front door. My daughter and her children are staying with me at this time. My daughter Hayley does not usually talk to guests at all. She is rather introverted, and simply not comfortable with engaging in conversation with guests. Her children, however, are often excited and curious about guests and do like to interact. The NeighborhoodMy neighborhood is quiet and pleasant. It is well mixed ethnically, and I do not personally know all my neighbors. Rice Street has a few small businesses where people can go for a drink or a bite to eat - nothing extravagant, and no 5-star, amazing pubs or eateries, but there is a little ice-cream and pizza shop, and a sub sandwich shop attached to it. I would love for my guests to patronize those shops as I would love to see them succeed. There are bars, and a variety of very working-class restaurants, such as Tin Cup's and Mama's Pizza. Getting AroundThere is on-street parking in front of my house. It is rare that one would have any difficulty finding a spot - maybe when one of my neighbors hosts a large party, but that is super rare. I am near 3 bus routes, with a 1-1/2 block walk to one route, and a 2-1/2 block walk to the other 2 routes. Metro transit has a web site that you can use to look up bus schedules for the 3A and the 62, which run along Rice Street, and the 68 (?) that runs along Jackson Street. Schedules can be found on the metro transit website. Other Things to NoteGrandchildren are present some of the time. There is a 6-year-old girl, and a 2-year-old boy. Sometimes they are noisy and get cranky around bed time, and this can disrupt the peace. They sometimes stay up late as their mother works varying hours and gets home late with them.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
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Our 1896 Victorian in the historic district of St. Paul, combines pure comfort and true elegance. We offer the choice of a simple or hot breakfast. Our other amenities include free and reliable high-speed WiFi, and private meeting space in a Victorian parlor. We're located in a beautifully walkable neighborhood that offers Victorian residential architecture, historic sites, fine dining, and great shopping.
Hotel
194br 3-star Hotel
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Located in Downtown St. Paul, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of RiverCentre and Xcel Energy Center. Mississippi National River and Recreation Area and Science Museum of Minnesota are also within 10 minutes.
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Poor
26 reviews
254br 4-star Hotel
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Located in Downtown St. Paul, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Landmark Center and Xcel Energy Center. Ordway Center for the Performing Arts and Minneapolis Museum of Art are also within 5 minutes.
Hotel
Poor
78 reviews
97br 2-star Hotel
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Situated in St. Paul, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Indian Mounds Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Xcel Energy Center and Landmark Center. Fitzgerald Theater and Ordway Center for the Performing Arts are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Excellent
30 reviews
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The SpaceThe exquisite historic home, built in 1885, includes nine working fireplaces with magnificent mantels, 8 gorgeous stained glass windows, stunning original woodwork and beautiful architectural details. The Dearing Mansion is a splendid place to relax and discover. Guests may enjoy the main floor living room, music parlor with grand piano, reading room, dining room, kitchen, outdoor deck with downtown views and sauna. The fireplaces are not available for use during your stay. there are shall be no real flame candles nor fires permitted. Guest AccessThe Samuel Dearing Mansion is just a five minute drive from many Saint Paul destinations including Grand Avenue shopping and restaurants, downtown dining, Harriet Island park along the Mississippi River, and local antique shops. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy interacting with guests and I respect people's privacy. This home has a variety of room options available and as such, operates much like a traditional bed and breakfast with shared common spaces. There may be several guests at one time, providing an opportunity to meet a variety of people. The home is quite large with many beautiful spaces for all to enjoy on the main floor. Private bedrooms with either shared or private bath (master suite) are located on the 2nd floor. I ask that guests be respectful of each other at Dearing Mansion. Because of the historic nature of the home and the shared aspect, it is well suited for adults (older children may be considered). The neighborhood is friendly and safe. There are beautiful parks and great trails nearby for walking and bicycling. Great coffee shops and bakeries are within walking or driving distance along with antique shops and other shopping 5-10 minutes away by car. Historic Summit Avenue as well as Grand Avenue, known for shopping, fine restaurants and eateries, are just 5 minutes by car. I am happy to provide restaurant and entertainment recommendations. Also close to Xcel Energy Center, Fitzgerald Theatre, local colleges and universities including: Macalester, St. Thomas, St. Kates. Come visit and enjoy. And like many of our guests, come back again! City bus a block away. Easy driving distance to downtown Saint Paul and other local destinations. Airport just 10 minutes away. Please come visit this extraordinary home. Shared kitchen available as well as the many beautiful, restored rooms. Sauna in basement.
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The SpaceEnjoy this truly stunning and romantic home. Built in 1885, the mansion has 9 working fireplaces with impressive original mantels in mahogany, cherry, lace and birch wood. Also features eight stunning stained glass windows and beautiful architectural details. The Dearing Mansion is a splendid place to relax and discover. Guests may enjoy the main floor living room, music parlor with grand piano, reading room, dining room, kitchen, outdoor deck with downtown views and relaxing sauna. Guest AccessConveniently located 5 minutes from downtown Saint Paul and a 10 minute drive from the airport, Dearing Mansion in West Saint Paul is just over the High Street Bridge across the Mississippi River. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy interacting with guests and I respect people's privacy. This home has a variety of room options available and as such, operates much like a traditional bed and breakfast with shared common spaces. There may be several guests at one time, providing an opportunity to meet a variety of people. The home is quite large with many beautiful spaces for all to enjoy on the main floor. Private bedrooms with either shared or private bath (master suite) are located on the 2nd floor. I ask that guests be respectful of each other at Dearing Mansion. Because of the historic nature of the home and the shared aspect, it is well suited for adults (older children may be considered). The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is friendly and safe. There are beautiful parks and great trails nearby for walking and bicycling. Great coffee shops and bakeries are within walking or driving distance along with antique shops and other shopping 5-10 minutes away by car. Historic Summit Avenue as well as Grand Avenue, known for shopping, fine restaurants and eateries, are just 5 minutes by car. I am happy to provide restaurant and entertainment recommendations. Also close to Xcel Energy Center, Fitzgerald Theatre, local colleges and universities including: Macalester, St. Thomas, St. Kates. Come visit and enjoy. And like many of our guests, come back again! Getting AroundDowntown is just a 5 minute drive across the Mississippi River. City bus a block away. Other Things to NoteYou will enjoy the beautiful and truly unique historic nature of this amazing home.
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The SpaceInterested in something that is not "run of the mill"? Look no further... The Manor was built in 1883 and moved to this location in 1884. Voted the most mysterious house in Saint Paul by the Pioneer Press many years back it has proven to be true. The place has a large enclosed courtyard with a fire pit, a picnic area, and off street parking. We are close to both downtown St. Paul and Minneapolis, it is 10 miles from MSP International Airport. Quaint and charming are some of the words used to describe this unique place. We have a wonderful and friendly doberman named Scorch. A majority of the house has been refinished and decorated with with oddities and antiques. My friends say it will always be under construction but I am happy to say that there is light at the end of the tunnel. We also book for day time events like photo/video shoots, weddings, ceremonies, rituals etc. Guest AccessOff street parking inside our compound Clean and neat bedroom with fresh linens Shared bathroom Stand up or sit down shower and a jacuzzi tub. High speed internet My vast experience with directions and fun places and exciting activities. Interaction with GuestsI try to determine the right amount of interaction per guest. I like to chat and have stimulating discussion but also know when its time to get busy and get things done. The NeighborhoodI live in a diverse neighborhood that is often busy and bustling but we have a compound that creates an inner sanctum, like a place out of time. It has been described as a country place hidden in the city. Getting AroundPlenty of mass transit options, the bus line is only 1 1/2 blocks away and light rail is about to open up between Minneapolis and St Paul and is about 12 blocks from us. I also offer airport pick up and/or drop off for $20 a trip. Other rides can be arranged as well according to my schedule.
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The SpaceThe exquisite historic home, built in 1885, includes nine working fireplaces with magnificent mantels, 8 gorgeous stained glass windows, stunning original woodwork and beautiful architectural details. The Dearing Mansion is a splendid place to relax and discover. Guest AccessGuests may enjoy the main floor living room, music parlor with grand piano, reading room, dining room, kitchen, and outdoor deck with downtown views. Sauna also available. Conveniently located 5 minutes from downtown Saint Paul and a 10 minute drive from the airport, Dearing Mansion in West Saint Paul is just over the Smith Avenue High Bridge across the Mississippi River. The neighborhood is friendly and safe. There are beautiful parks and great trails nearby for walking and bicycling. Great coffee shops and bakeries are within walking or driving distance along with antique shops and other shopping 5-10 minutes away by car. Historic Summit Avenue as well as Grand Avenue, known for shopping, fine restaurants and eateries, are just 5 minutes by car. I am happy to provide restaurant and entertainment recommendations. Also close to Xcel Energy Center, Fitzgerald Theatre, local colleges and universities including: Macalester, St. Thomas, St. Kates. Come visit and enjoy. And like many of our guests, come back again! Interaction with GuestsI enjoy interacting with guests and I respect people's privacy. This home has a variety of room options available and as such, operates much like a traditional bed and breakfast with shared common spaces. You may be the sole visitor, or there may be several guests at one time, providing an opportunity to meet a variety of people. The home is quite large with many beautiful spaces for all to enjoy on the main floor. Private bedrooms with either shared or private bath (master bedroom or suite) are located on the 2nd floor. I ask that guests be respectful of each other at Dearing Mansion. Because of the historic nature of the home and the shared aspect, it is well suited for adults (older children may be considered).
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Excellent
115 reviews
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The SpacePlease note that the photos of the bedroom make it seem bigger (this photo view allows people to see everything in one shot)--the distance from the end of the bed to the dresser is only about 6 feet. We do have some flexibility with check in and out. Please inquire with your needs and we can try to accommodate. Living room, front and back porches, and kitchen are all at your disposal. We are busy professionals and are happy to share our home with you. We prefer to operate independently of our guests so will not spend much time in common spaces. There are two bus lines one block from our house. We are within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Grand Ave. We are 5 minutes by car to downtown St. Paul and 15-20 to downtown Minneapolis. 15 minutes from the airport. Guest AccessLiving room, front and back porches, entire upstairs (bedroom, half bath, reading room, and office) and kitchen are all at your disposal. Interaction with GuestsWe are busy professionals and are happy to share our home with you. We prefer to operate independently of our guests so will not spend much time in common spaces. The NeighborhoodThe Summit Hill neighborhood, of which we are a part, is a historic and well-maintained part of the Twin Cities. Safe for anyone to walk around in, we love to show off our wonderful community. Getting AroundThere are two bus lines one block from our house. We are within walking distance of the shops and restaurants of Grand Ave. We are 5 minutes by car to downtown St. Paul and 15-20 to downtown Minneapolis. It is $25 to take a cab from the airport. Nice Ride is a community bike rental service in the Twin Cities. A rental stop is just over half a mile from our house.
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Renting a room in historic Crocus Hill neighborhood. 5 minutes from downtown St. Paul, and 15 minutes to downtown Minneapolis, it includes central air, cable television, wifi and shared spaces. No pets/non smoking home. Would love to host you!
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The SpaceLight filled rooms, hardwood floors, tall ceilings, nice outdoor patio with umbrella, native plants/ naturalized yard. Guest bedroom has an excellent twin bed -DUX mattress and a Futon chair which makes into a low twin bed needed. I have no pets. Guest AccessPrivate Bed Room. Shared Bath Room, Kitchen, Living Room and Dining Room, Front Porch, Patio and Yard. Interaction with GuestsMy daughter (26) and I are very respectful of your needs regarding social interaction. You will find that we are friendly and helpful. We do have a full lives so we are in and out a fair amount depending on our schedules. The NeighborhoodSt.Paul's Upper West Side neighborhood has great vistas overlooking the curving Mississippi River and St.Paul. I love the diversity of people living here. The Lower West Side is called District Del Sol, host to the annual Cinco de Mayo Day parade and El Burrito Mercado. Getting AroundOne block from bus stop into downtown. Go anywhere from downtown via light rail, bus, Amtrak, Jefferson Lines etc. 15-20 minute drive to MSP airport. Other Things to NoteWe use the side door and request that you use that door as well. Please communicate your arrival and departure time needs early on. I am flexible with enough notice. Otherwise figure on standard check in of after 3pm and 11 am departure.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceExperience staying in a genuine historic mansion in the heart of St. Paul's Cathedral Hill neighborhood. The New Victorian Mansion Bed & Breakfast is a family-owned and operated bed-and-breakfast offering luxurious accommodations in the four guest suites of our 1880s red brick, Queen Anne-style mansion. This unique property has been fully-restored and newly decorated to offer the best of the High Victorian era with modern comfort and design. The extensive carved woodwork throughout the home has been restored to its original glow and every space professionally decorated with unique style. Family antiques sit side-by-side with the modern furnishings and eclectic art that we enjoy collecting. We are situated in a quiet, leafy neighborhood that is your gateway to exploring St. Paul's historic Heritage Hill District with the largest group of excellent 19th-century architecture in the state. Easy access to the Mpls-St. Paul Int'l Airport, downtown St. Paul, and the freeway system for access throughout the Twin Cities. Guest AccessIn addition to their suite, guests will have access to all the common areas of the bed & breakfast: wraparound porch, dining room, parlor and upstairs "snuggery" with additional seating and views of the neighborhood through leaded windows, and onsite parking lot with your own space. Interaction with GuestsWe are staffed from 4 - 6 PM for check-in and from 7:30 - 11 AM for check-out. Our host will welcome you when you arrive, give you a tour of the bed & breakfast, show you where breakfast is served, take you to your room, give you your key, and provide information about the B&B, restaurants, the neighborhood, and anything else you need to get settled. In the morning, our chef gets the dining room ready with hot coffee, tea, fruit and cereal and prepares to serve you hot breakfast at 9AM. Enjoy your morning with check-out at 11AM. My family and I may wander in during breakfast to meet you and visit and hear about your experiences. We live on-site in our separate family residence and are available by phone outside the regularly-staffed hours.