Mount Morris Bed & Breakfast
12 Mount Morris Park West 5th avenue at 121st street, New York, United States
Doubles from: $95 to $165
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Get a real feel of the New York of once upon a time at Mount Morris House, a unique bed and breakfast in New York City located above Central Park North in the charming area of Mount Morris Park where you can enjoy a New York vacation unlike any other due to the amazing architecture and the personal touch that the bed and breakfast owner dedicates to providing. Mount Morris House is undoubtedly one of the best B&Bs in Manhtattan as it is as beautiful inside as it is out and conveniently located near subway stations, The Apollo Theater and The Studio Museum in Harlem. Benefit from over 30 years of New York knowledge that the owner can offer as well as accommodation that will impress even the most discerning and experienced travellers. This Manhattan B&B is ideal for those who want an alternative to a New York hotel and want to stay in lodgings with a difference. The B&B is housed in an 1888 building constructed at the height of New York's Gilded Age and is a fine example of the period's splendid architecture. Interior features include precious woods, intricate carvings, large living spaces and high ceilings for you to admire and enjoy. Please note that there are two dogs at the bed and breakfast.
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About the Mount Morris Bed & Breakfast neighborhood
Located west of Central Park, the Upper West Side is a largely residential area, filled with tall apartment buildings, stately brownstones, and families. The area is home to Lincoln Center, the American Museum of Natural History, and Columbia University. One of its greatest attributes may be its borders: you're never more than a few blocks away from either Central Park or leisurely Riverside Park. Famous Harlem, whose importance as a historically African-American neighborhood cannot be matched, begins north of Morningside Heights. Despite its dangerous reputation, Harlem has become much safer... and much more popular with tourists.