Owner Eve sequesters guests in Victorian suites in leafy, historic neighborhood 4 blocks from subway stops & under half-hour from Manhattan
- Expires Oct 9, 2012
- Must book by 10/9/12 and complete travel by 11/6/12. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. 14-day cancellation notice required. Must be 18 or older to check in. 17% tax not included.
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- For $79, you get a one-night stay in a Master Suite for up to three (up to a $195 value).
- For $149, you get a two-night stay in a Master Suite for up to three (up to a $390 value).
Eve's Place shelters guests inside spacious, Victorian-style suites in a tree-lined, landmarked district a half-hour from Manhattan. Owner Eve welcomes visitors to their temporary mini-apartment, where she draws back the doors on a master bedroom with a carved, four-poster bed and a kitchen to fashion quilts out of freshly made pancakes on cold nights. Suites temper modern conveniences with old-fashioned sophistication, moderating the might of satellite television and high-speed internet with the simplicity of a brass hat rack and a white wicker rocking chairs waiting quietly on the back patio.
In the morning, fresh coffee and the ancient riddles that grant access to sugar and cream clear mental fogginess, and a continental breakfast of toast with marmalade, eggs, and cheese fuels bodies for expeditions into the boroughs. Stroll north along tranquil, residential streets toward Prospect Park, or head four blocks to B and Q subway lines, which speed passengers to shopping in SoHo and pastoral walks through Central Park.