Why should you stay here? An opportunity to live in and experience Frenchtown as a local. The chance to stay in a quiet, charming home with historical significance. The perfect location, a short walk to the local shops and restaurants, but tucked away on a quiet residential street.
Breakfast is self-serve in the kitchen, any time after 6:30 am weekdays and 7 am on Saturday and Sunday.
Breakfast is anytime you are ready to wander into the kitchen; therefore, we do not have hot foods. You will find baked goods, cereal, bagels, and fruit on the counter. In the refrigerator, help yourself to yogurt and juice. Coffee & Tea bar is available in the dining room 24/7.
Yes. Help yourself to an ice cream float in the evening. The refrigerator contains sodas, and you will find vanilla ice cream in the freezer.
Any time after 4 pm. The back door has a keypad with the code we will email you before your stay.
We have three parking spaces in the back of Lawrence Street. There is also street parking.
Yes, you may smoke (cigarettes, cigars & tobacco pipes) outside on the back patio. The front porch and interior is smoke-free.
The Fleur De Lis room has a TV. The York and Sunset Suite do not. There is a TV available in the living room.
This historic house was built in 1864, and unfortunately, the bathrooms are small and will not accommodate a wheelchair. The Fleur De Lis and York rooms are both on the main floor, and if you park in the back, you will not have to use any steps; plus, both rooms have walk-in showers. However the showers are raised 7 inches and not zero entry. The Sunset Suite is upstairs and has the biggest bathroom with a tub/shower.
Please respect our guests by decreasing the noise between 10 pm and 8 am.
No. I’m sorry, but we have family members with allergies, and pets are not allowed.
You will receive a full refund if you cancel 14 days in advance. No refunds if canceled 13 or fewer days before your stay. Please consider trip insurance if in doubt.
Yes, children 11 years of age and older are welcome
Home owner-occupied Bed & Breakfasts are not required to be regulated and inspected by the Department of Health.