44 Rutland Rd, 布鲁克林, NY 11225, 美国
直线距离约849米2Prospect Park Parade Ground
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餐馆 5家1King of Tandoor
直线距离约139米2Sushi Tatsu III
Michelle, the manager made every possible way to make the guest happy. Very good experience and will definitely come back in the near future!!
Great Parking and great atmosphere. Just make sure you check in on time bc this is a B&B inn. Overall, very happy with my first visit here and will refer my friends and family to come through.
Tim—— Tim P
Excellent facility with class. Easy access to transportation. Sense of peace and tranquility indoors with works of art that transends harmony. Host Michelle is a work of class and very hospitable. Breakfast was exceptionally delicious and was worth the additional minimal cost.—— Wayne P
We stayed at Lefferts Gardens B&B for 8 nights and are completely happy that we chose this place. It's just a hop, skip, and a jump from the Prospect Park subway station and a quick walk to Prospect Park. Rutland Road is a charming tree-lined street with classic brownstones. It has always been my fantasy to stay in an old brownstone and here was our chance at an extremely economical rate. The neighborhood is diverse and very safe. You get a real flavor of life in a neighborhood in Brooklyn. I'm the first person to be cautious about walking in places I don't know and I felt totally safe in this neighborhood. Although there are not a lot of cafes or charming restaurants nearby, there are a few really good ones. We had breakfast every morning at a cafe called Tip of the Tongue/Baked & Brewed that had great coffee and delectable breakfast offerings. Nearby is also a Wholesome Foods market that sells awesome breakfast wraps and a scrumptious variety of muffins. For dinner, we ate at Gino's Trattoria which was a nice place with great Italian food and wine.
As far as the place itself, it was thoroughly delightful. The owners have paid attention to every detail in their choice of fixtures and decor. All very classy and comfortable. What a treat to see the old carved wood and stained-glass windows lining the staircase and walls. Our bed had the softest high quality sheets and covers. Wifi was easily available. The bathroom had a great shower and all new and updated fixtures. There is a kitchen upstairs where you can prepare simple meals and fully stocked with water and coffee, etc.
The owner, Michelle, clearly loves her work and loves interacting with people. She was sweet and thoughtful.
I would definitely stay at this place again. Although we were concentrating on exploring Brooklyn this trip, even if we were concentrating on Manhattan, the proximity to the subway makes this location just a few stops away from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan and very easy to get to.—— Nancy55
The Lefferts Garden Residence was exactly what we expected from NYC, a lovley house in a style as known from Bill Cosby Show in TV. The area is safe, even by night, there is a lovley neighbourhood and real good access by subway to all places in NYC. The only issue to complain is about NY cab drivers, but this is not to be blamed to Lefferts Garden Residence. To get by cab from JFK or La Guardia to this place cost $40, but make sure the cab is in time and the guy know the way. But everything in NYC depend on the cab driver if you need to get your plane. Breakfast was not available during our stay and the service staff was only present during our arrival. Checking out we did on our own by droping the key to the living room and leaving the house. We loved this place and will be back.—— MichaelA4780DC
Erg fijne eigenaresse die ons de sleutel overhandigde bij aankomst 's avonds laat. Ook op onze vertrekdag waarbij we laat vertrokken was het geen probleem dat onze koffers de hele dag nog in het appartement bleven staan. Huis ziet er erg leuk en authentiek uit en is erg schoon. Ook de badkamer is goed schoon en erg ruim. Metro is dichtbij en rijd rechtstreeks naar Times Square of via overstap naar de rest van Manhattan.
We hadden niet begrepen dat de badkamer en de keuken gedeeld moesten worden met andere gasten, maar uiteindelijk was dit geen probleem voor ons ondanks dat het gebouw erg gehorig is. Wat wel vervelend was, was dat er in onze kamer geen licht-werende gordijnen waren waardoor we door zonlicht en jetlag iedere ochtend rond 5 uur wakker werden.
De buurt is niet de beste buurt van New York, maar omdat er altijd veel mensen op straat rondlopen zal er niet snel iets vervelends gebeuren.—— Menno Z
There are few things I would like to point out, first is the location. It’s located within 4 minutes walk from the Prospect Park Q line station. It is very convenient to travel to midtown Manhattan (about 25 min ride) or to Coney Island (??) depending on the direction you take. The neighborhood of the subway station and surrounding leading up to the B&B, made me feel little uneasy at the first time, but I found it quite safe as I returned from the city in late night/early morning hours. However, I would recommend not carrying anything after 9PM that can be snatched away. If you are arriving late, don’t worry about food, as most of the shops (even a barber shop!) are open until 11PM, and a Chinese place on Flatbush is open until midnight. However arriving late at the B&B is a problem. Although I called ahead to notify my late arrival at 10PM, I had to wait for 45 minutes, ringing the bell, calling the reservation phone number numerous times, but found no one to open the main door for me. I stayed in the Ebony room on the 3rd. floor, and is very small, barely suitable for a single traveler. The single bed occupies 85% of the room, and then there is a very tiny closet. There is not even enough room to keep your suitcase on the floor, and the bed is the only flat surface to open your suitcase. It’s a struggle to fit two standard sized suitcases in the room. The shared bathroom is big (4 times of my room), adequately equipped, and never had to wait to use it. The stairs are steep, narrow and up to the 3rd. floor is quite a climb with your luggage. The stairs and floors are wooden and make very loud creaking noise in every step. It’s disturbing or embarrassing (depending which side of the door you’re in) for the guests. It’s a very old house. The kitchen in every floor has a fridge, microwave, stove, toaster, electric kettle, utensils, sink, dish soap, bottled water, tea, coffee, milk, etc. but no countertop space, dinette or chairs. I did not try the breakfast for $10, as there are plenty of eateries within a block. Now the strangest thing…. I never saw any staff or the owner during my 3 day stay there. I met few guests there, and all had the same experience. I prepaid my stay, but saw others (including one family from the UK) leaving notes to Michelle (the owner) to send them a bill so they can mail a check to her. I found no one to hand over the keys when checking out. I left the key with another guest, and asked him to lock the main door. No one made the bed or cleaned the room either.—— Traveler_KRC
The location and the price are definitely hard to beat. Walking distance to the subway and in a safe area. The price especially for being in the New York City area is great! But, the service was terrible. With no front desk, you have to ring a bell to be let into the B+B. Once you're shown to your room it's almost impossible to find anyone ever, for assistance with anything, including say directions. The day I checked out it was so difficult to find anyone that I actually had to call the number listed, which went to voicemail. No one was around and I had to catch my transportation so I had to leave my keys in the door of the room. Also it was mid summer the rooms didn't have air conditioning, only a fan. It was so hot in the room, that I couldn't sleep.—— TPCB36471
I stayed at Leffert Garden four nights in June. Michelle was very welcoming when I arrived and was very sweet. I did not see her much after that initial meeting, but I enjoyed that it felt like "home" The shared bathroom on the third floor was spacious and although there were other guests staying in the other rooms, it never was a problem. I hardly saw any of the other guests. The street is beautiful and was very quiet. I enjoyed that it was not a far walk to the subway, there are several nice little places to eat in the area. I would stay here again.—— StacyA270
We found this place by luck when looking for something relatively convenient to our son's apartment. It's a lovely brownstone a couple of blocks from the Prospect Park subway (and Prospect Park itself). They had one room left -- the Morgan, which had a lovely bedroom and sitting room, and I think it might be the biggest room in the place. And it was still less expensive than the Best Western, and oh-so-much-more charming.
If you're expecting that breakfast is part of "bed and breakfast," it is if you want to pay $10 each. We didn't, and didn't care about that.
I WAS concerned that (1) it would be noisy and (2) the shared bath might be limiting. Neither was an issue. The rooms are well-insulated and unless someone was walking up the steps, you didn't hear much. There are only a couple rooms on each of the 3 floors so you don't feel like you're sharing. If you're driving, parking is a challenge. You may do some circling to find something, and be sure to check out the days/times of street sweeping if you don't want a ticket.
Bottom line: we will visit our son again, and this is the first place I'll check for availability.—— JimO95