We have a bright two-bedroom apartment in a historic building in Uptown Saint John. The 12-foot ceilings, large windows, (non-functioning) marble fireplaces, claw-foot bathtub and hot water radiators make for a charming space that feels cozy, despite its large size.
The master bedroom has a queen-size bed with an antique wooden bed frame. The den/office is not entirely private but has a large futon suitable for two guests. The living room/kitchen is open concept and has a large couch (surprisingly comfy for sleeping!), an arm chair, a dining table and a small handcrafted bar with a few stools. We've got just about anything you would need in a kitchen (and then some), including a toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, stove/oven, and both a full-sized and bar fridge.
We live in this space and clean rigorously before your arrival but there will still be some signs of life.
The apartment comes with one designated parking space but also has plenty of free on-street parking surrounding the building. The on-street parking is, however, subject to special conditions during snowstorms.
Общение с гостями
If we're in town during your stay, we're just a text or phone call away! However, we are often out of town, in which case we have some emergency contacts you can call. We can be as present or absent as you'd prefer!
Другие важные подробности
There is no heating control within the apartment, but the building is typically well heated.
- Please recycle and compost
- Please respect our neighbours by keeping noise to a minimum after 10 PM
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I have been teaching English in South Korea for the past few years and have returned to North America with my American husband and our Korean dog. She is a a 5kg (11lb), well behaved, clean and quiet dog who sometimes accompanies us on our trips.
I like cooking, reading, music and dogs. I am more likely to want to see restaurants and live music than I am to want to see tourist attractions. I've seen a lot of Canada and the US, and I'd like to see more!