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Stable Room at Incentra Village Guest House

Room in boutique hotel
hosted by Incentra Village Guest House
  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 private bath
Self check-in
Check yourself in with the keypad.
Free cancellation before Apr 7.

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The Stable Room occupies the space of the property's original stable in the 1800's. This studio holds one full size bed, private bathroom, small refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The Stable room is located on the ground floor, facing front, and offers the least amount of stairs to enter any of our rooms.

The space
Incentra Village Guest House, an Historic Inn, was built in 1841, and occupies two brick landmark townhouses in New York City's Greenwich Village Historic District. As an attractive alternative to Midtown's steel and glass, the Village House offers our guests a warm welcome with our cozy antique furnishings and artwork. To get to your room you'll wander down narrow halls and up charming old stairways to one of 12 unique rooms.

Guest access
**PLEASE NOTE**

Due to its historic significance, this hotel has not been retrofitted to accommodate persons with disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), and therefore, does not feature any of the following:
ADA accessible parking spaces;
ADA accessible entrances;
ADA accessible common areas;
ADA accessible routes from entrances to guest check-in and other essential services;
ADA accessible routes to guest rooms;
Doorways that provide at least 32" clear width;
Other essential features to accommodate persons with disabilities.
The Stable Room occupies the space of the property's original stable in the 1800's. This studio holds one full size bed, private bathroom, small refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. The Stable room is located on the ground floor, facin…

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom area
1 double bed

Amenities

Indoor fireplace
Wifi
Iron
TV
Hangers
Hair dryer
Essentials
Heating
Air conditioning
Paid parking off premises

Location

Address
30 8th Ave, New York, NY 10014, USA

New York, United States

One of our major advantages is our location in the West Village, a pleasant and attractive residential neighborhood and the traditional center of gay life in New York City. With much of the area land-marked for historic preservation, the quaint atmosphere is of the early nineteenth century. Many streets are narrow and tree-lined and most houses are small with front gardens, ornamental ironwork and intimate private courts, which gives the area its distinctive charm.

7 nights in New York

Apr 8, 2023 - Apr 15, 2023

4.36 out of 5 stars from 14 reviews

Hosted by Incentra Village Guest House

Joined in February 2019
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Incentra Village House is a Historic Inn, built in 1841 occupies two brick landmark townhouses in New York City's Greenwich Village Historic District. Incentra Home features modern private rooms with shared bathrooms in Chelsea vibrant neighborhood. An attractive alternatives to Midtown's steel and glass, the Village House and Home offer our guests a warm welcome in our cozy authentic buildings boasting antique and modern furnishings and tasteful artwork.
Incentra Village House is a Historic Inn, built in 1841 occupies two brick landmark townhouses in New York City's Greenwich Village Historic District. Incentra Home features moder…

During your stay

Chelsea, just a few blocks uptown from Incentra and widely considered the new heart of gay New York City, enjoys a mix of attractions similar to the Village: shops and restaurants of all kinds; blocks of attractive brownstones and historic institutions; bars, taverns, clubs, and major retail districts. You'll find a liquor store, laundromat, dry cleaner, bike rental, and barber shop all within a few blocks of Incentra.

The Meatpacking District, a 24-hour neighborhood just a few blocks to the West of Incentra, offers trendy new restaurants, cafes, clubs, and art galleries. An area that has retained its character with historic architecture and cobble stone streets, designers, architects and creative industry headquarters have moved in along meatpacking plants, creating a destination known for cutting edge fashion, design, food, and culture.
Chelsea, just a few blocks uptown from Incentra and widely considered the new heart of gay New York City, enjoys a mix of attractions similar to the Village: shops and restaurants…
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