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A short walk to the subway and you are in the city center. If you are visiting Drexel or Penn, an excellent choice. Proprietors were friendly, helpful and served great breakfasts. On the street parking slightly inconvenient but manageable. Beautiful porch and amazing dining room.
My husband and I just returned from an overnight at one of the best bed and breakfast places we've ever been..... We've been to many! When we arrived we were greeted by Dave. He was friendly, welcoming and helpful with making our plans. We stayed...More
Ideal jumping off point for UPenn or Dexel visits; walking distance to the fabulous PA Museum of Art. Not many upscale restaurants around, but cab service was friendly and reliable to Rittenhouse district. Very nice breakfast spread.
We were made to feel so welcome and at home. Their attention to detail was excellent. Liz's breakfasts are incredible. They made our stay in Philadelphia extra special and we'll be back to this B&B again!
We were headed to a wedding in Cinnamonson, NJ and on our way back home, we decided to make a mini vacation out of our weekend trip. We searched and searched and we didn't want another corporate hotel experience, so we stumbled upon the quaint...More
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Sorry, no photos of the bathroom. It was ensuite and fully functioning, but the sink was not within the same space as the shower and toilet. Please don't let it stop you from staying here. The room I stayed in was on the... More
Sorry, no photos of the bathroom. It was ensuite and fully functioning, but the sink was not within the same space as the shower and toilet. Please don't let it stop you from staying here. The room I stayed in was on the 2nd floor.
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"If you can't do steps do not take the suite on the third floor"