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You can't beat the location of such a quaint charming house in Brooklyn's most exiting and culturally diverse neighborhood!
Affordable rooms in a most charming European-style Brownstone house.
In April 2006 Interview Magazine had a photo shoot in
Regina's New York B& B with the actress Rosie Perez
for their June issue.
Ever seen Jim Jarmusch's Night On Earth or
It Could Happen to You with Nicolas Cage?
Then you know how funny She can be!
Your European-born host speaks French, German, Spanish, Czech and naturally English. New York has been my home for more than 20 years and I love the city more than ever! Your host is always there to assist you during your stay and knows "all" the bookstores...and you can know them too.Visit the NYC Bookstores Page
Whatever your needs in New York may be, your host has the answer and can provide you with lots of travel-tips which you won't find in any guide. My home is your home during your stay in the Big Apple. Have a look at the official NYC Portal, where you will find helpful links
We are on Pinterest
Click the image and you can view our own little neighborhood map
You can see a larger image if you click on it !
Do the same here and you can have a view downstairs!
Tommy and Nellie are real city cats... and they are great hosts as well !!
Fort Greene is a cultural center. You are only few steps away from BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music), where you can catch a movie, the ballet, an opera or a play. Fort Greene is also a Jazz lovers hub. The Fort Greene Neighborhood is a historical district of NYC. In addition to BAM there is the Mark Morris Dance Company around the corner and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the New York Transit Museum, and the Brooklyn Historical Society in historic Brooklyn Heights are all a stone's throw away.
Check www.hellobrooklyn.com for all the many things that Brooklyn has to offer! The house is perfectly located if you need to visit Pratt Institute, Long Island University, Brooklyn Tech, and Brooklyn Hospital... and is only a subway stop away from Manhattan.
You can find information about public transportation in NYC right here
Restaurants found throughout the
neigborhood are many and varied...and will appeal to all tastes
and all pocket books...From a small snack to an elegant dinner.
Italian, French, German, Middle Eastern, Japanese, or
Thai are a few of the
tastes that you will find along with traditional American fare,
including the world famous Junior's Restaurant (the
place for all true cheesecake afficionados). You can
check-out the many restaurant choices right
Open since June 2017 DeKalb Market Hall at the Citi Point
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Single Room (one twin size bed): $99-$129/day
Double Rooms (one queen size bed): $159-$189/day
Double Room (one queen size
& one full size bed)
2 pers. $179-$199/day
3 pers. $220-$240/day
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A complimentary breakfast is
served in the antique-filled Dining Room
Monday - Friday (8:30 - 10:00)
You can get an idea how the Dining Room looks if you click the Thumbnails !
|Dekalb Avenue||B, R, Q - 6th Avenue Line, one stop from Chinatown|
|Nevins Street||2, 3 - Broadway Line|
|4, 5 - Lexington Line|
|Lafayette Avenue||C - 8th Avenue Line|
|Atlantic Avenue||D, N|
|Atlantic Terminal||for LIRR (Long Island Railroad)|
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Regina's New York Bed& Breakfast Guesthouse-text in German !
Visit the New York City Bookstores page