Your host, Lisbeth Appel, welcomes you: This lovely English Tudor is located in the exclusive Wykagyl section of New Rochelle, a safe and quite beautiful neighborhood. Enjoy full, self-serve continental breakfast in the formal dining room. Minutes from Connecticut and a thirty-minute train ride to the Big Apple, NYC; children and pets are welcome. If you need an immediate reply regarding a reservation, please text Lisbeth at (646) 319-7171.
3.6 on May 27, 2016
Second time we've stayed here. Still friendly and comfortable and quiet. Lisbeth is a wonderful hostess and makes our stay very welcome. She's a keeper.
4.4 on May 03, 2016
Very comfortable B&B in quiet neighborhood. Beautiful house, full of light. Our room was spacious and well outfitted with nice touches - a small couch, a good assortment of books, a stack of recent NYT magazines. Our bathroom was not ensuite but conveniently next to the bedroom. Lisbeth was friendly, discrete, and extremely helpful (I forgot a pair of shoes which she kindly dropped at our relatives' home nearby). If you need a quiet, cozy place in New Rochelle, I highly recommend it.
5 on May 10, 2015
Had a wonderful stay . Lisbeth made us feel very comfortable . Even though we didn't get to meet her in person because she was working she opened up her home to us. Everything was perfect and if the need ever arise again to stay at a bed and breakfast I would definitely stay there again.
5 on May 05, 2014
We had a wonderful stay here. Our host was warm and welcoming. Her home is impeccably clean and very tastefully decorated. And Django is a darling little dog!
5 on December 24, 2013
We loved our stay. It was so fun. We couldn't have asked for more. We had privacy, comfort, convince, and Lizbeth was very kind and helpful. My boyfriend and I wanted to have a cozy romantic stay together and that is exactly what we had. The bed was comfy and we ordered in delivery that was delicious. We never left the room except to get breakfast and even then we had the whole place to ourselves. I can honestly say if we had been anywhere else it wouldn't have been as perfect.
4.0 on November 25, 2013
I revisited New Rochelle for a HS Reunion in October 2013. I was born and raised on the south side of NR and don't currently have any close relatives nearby. I was thrilled to find this little gem of a B &B right in my hometown. Lisbeth was warm and welcoming and always had a breakfast setting ready for me each morning. The king bedroom was comfortable and had everything I needed. What a great place in a safe neighborhood.
5 on April 05, 2013
I needed a last-minute place to stay in New Rochelle and luckily found Rosehill. I was warmly welcomed and my room was immaculate, comfortable and spacious. It was during a terrible heat wave but Lisbeth had fans going and the air conditioning in my room blowing full blast so my room, and the house, were comfortable for me upon arrival. Lisbeth is a very kind and warm person and I was so grateful to have such a reasonable, beautiful, comfortable place to stay right in the heart of New Rochelle! She, and Rosehill, are gems!
4.0 on March 17, 2013
Excellent bed and breakfast accomodation, very relaxing bedroom and comfortable bed. Breakfast was very good. When we are in New Rochelle visiting our son and family (we are from England) we will certainly stay at Rosehill again.
4.4 on February 11, 2013
We stayed at the Rosehill bed and breakfast as a surprise for my husband's 37th birthday. We live just 20 min away and I was looking for a place close by, so we would not have to waste all our time on the "getting there" and enjoy some private time away from our 4 kids. I really did not know what to expect ,as there are very few reviews and there were no decent pictures of the rooms at the time (glad to see the pictures were updated and now actually look like the real thing...).I also was not sure that staying at someone's house would be exacly what i had in mind for a private romantic getaway. Because it was the end of November and all the hotels in manhatten were charging crazy Christmes prices,I decided to go for it and we were both very happy I did. Lisbeth was very warm and friendly,but gave us full privacy (even at breakfast ,she has a little lovely private space for the guests, and she stayes in her part of the kitchen,unless you call her for something you need).We really felt comfortable at all times. Lisbeth's house is very beautiful(and she even lit candels outside for us when we arrived, which added a very nice touch)and the room itself was big and and very very clean.The bed was huge and comfortable, the bathtub was somewhat old but we did'nt mind as it was spotless and had anything you would need in it.The street is quiet and there is plenty of parking space , so that was not an issue. There was not anything fancy for breakast- just oj,coffee,toast with spreads,cornflakes and some fruit,but, again, for us,this was just enough and gave us a good start for our next day out.We live in NY,very close by ,but if you are visiting NY city,this location is very convinient ,as it is just 25-35 min from Manhatten (I do not know what the public transportation is like from there,but am sure Lisbeth can provide this information).We really enjoyed our stay and will remember this as one of the better getaways we've had together.Thank you Lisbeth!
4.8 on November 20, 2012
We visit family in New Rochelle every few months and this has become a home away from for us. The house is immaculately kept - there is a dog in the house which I am allergic to but have never had a problem because the house is so clean and the dog is kept away from the guest rooms. Lisbeth is extremely accomodating - a terrific innkeeper!
New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) 18 miles
Danish, English, German
Lisbeth is a nurse and avid tennis player, and is originally from Denmark.