Bed and Breakfast* In historic Harlem’s fashionable Sugar Hill at the Muse of Art and Origins** A self contained 1 bedroom apartment approximately 500 square feet in an officially designated landmark townhouse(demeure historique,architect, Henri Foucheaux, 1896-7). Your windows offer a beautiful view of historic Morris Jumel Mansion (1765),***the original Belgian block street and surrounding parkland.Coogan’s Bluff, the East River,Empire State Building Yankee Stadium are visible from late autumn through late spring.Access to the sculpture garden is included.
Self-contained private apartment, approx. 500 sq. ft. Two single (twin size), separate beds in separate rooms with screen divider ( not a door). AC, Cable TV,internet "Airport". Kitchen with mocrowave or toaster, coffeemaker, refridgerator (no stove). Full private bathroom. Very light, quiet, and airy. Views of 18th century stone street, arboreal park and rustic yard with Roses of Sharon, Catalpa and Oak provide rural sensation. World class art museum decor: request in advance for Americana, African, Contemporary, East Asian or 18-19th century arts.
5 on June 18, 2011
I was having a medical procedure done at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and I wanted a place that my mother could stay to be near me. JC (the owner) was awesome! She was so caring and took real pride in her place. Clean rooms, thoughtfully stocked, and quiet! This place is a gem!
5 on April 11, 2011
In September 2009 for one week. I needed a place to stay to attend an educational program at the Harold Freeman Institute and could not have found a more perfect situatuion. My room was spacious, quiet and George and JC made sure my needs were met for breakfast, organic veggie from California. I will definitely recommend the Museum B and B to others.
3.8 on May 19, 2009
What an amazing discovery to stumble upon this historic inn! I searched high and low for a comfortable hotel in the Bronx area, only to discover none existed. but only 7 miles away, we were lucky to stay at this delightful, artistic getaway. Innkeepers were unbelievably accommodating!
3.0 on February 04, 2009
Located in upper Manhattan, right near Yankee Stadium in a beautiful residential neighborhood, the home is beautiful, the room is warm and welcoming, as were the proprietors. This was our 2nd time there in 3 months!
3.6 on January 23, 2009
Nice owner. Great location--near subway. Really cool, clean, spacious room. More for your money than regular hotel stay. Healthy breakfasts. Heater was an issue though. Recommend staying.
4 MUSEUMS 2-10 MINUTE WALKS, ART GALLERIES SHORT WALK, JAZZ CLUBS SHORT WALK, JUMEL TERRACE BOOKS AT SITE, PUBLIC PARKS AT SITE, YANKEE STADIUM 20 MIN WALK, Airport, City, Downtown, Island
New York, NY (NYC-All Airports) 6 miles
TRIBORO BRIDGE TO HARLEM RIVER DRIVE NORTH TO W 135TH ST.CROSS THE LENGTH OF 135 ST AND MAKE A RIGHT (NORTHBOUND) AT ST NICHOLAS AVENUE. ST NICH TO 162 AND MAKE A RIGHT TO 430 W 162 ST AT CORNER OF JUMEL TERRACE. FROM NEWARK TAKE NJ TURNPIKE TO GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE. BRIDGE EXIT TO 178 ST AND MAKE RT ON BROADWAY. BROADWAY SOUTH TO W 162 ST AND LEFT TO 162 AND AMSTERDAM. RT ON AMSTERDAM AND IMMEDIATE LEFT INTO EXTENSION OF W 162 ST TO 430 W 162 AT CORNER OF JUMEL TERRACE.
Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Yankee Stadium, Hispanic Society/ Museum, Jazz and Salsa clubs, National Academy of Arts and Letters, Jumel Mansion (Americana/Museum), Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Zoo, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fax Machine, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, TV, Wi-Fi
George N. Preston
Akan/Twi, Mandarin, Portuguese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
A professor emeritus (Art History) with a life in art embracing making it, writing, and collecting in the Americas, Europe and Africa. You will enjoy our collection of works from Asia, Africa and Europe. Visit museumofartandorigins.org But I'd rather play baseball and hang out with my wife and 2 dogs.