North Williamsburg Brooklyn Vacation Rentals
A sampling of reviews from past guests:
From Airbnb: Dave said...Great place
"Great place, perfectly arranged, clean, safe and comfortable, with a
lovely garden. Great location also with kids. The owner was a great host,
she even organized toys for our kids!
From VRBO: P. Washington
said... Awesome family vacation
"My husband and I stayed at this wonderful apartment with our six-month
old daughter. It was perfect: clean, quiet,
comfortable, well-decorated and fully furnished. The washer and dryer
were a big plus as well. The owner is very kind and generous; she
loaned us toys, a baby bathtub, and a portable crib. The location is perfect for
at-home days with short outings in Brooklyn and also for longer day
trips into Manhattan. It is within walking distance from popular bars
and restaurants, but on a quiet side street so you can escape the noise.
If we plan another trip to Brooklyn in the future, we will definitely
From Home Away: L. Winter
said...As relaxing as you can get in Brooklyn
"This was my first extended stay in Brooklyn (as opposed to Manhattan).
The location was perfect, just 2 1/2 blocks from the subway. The
restaurants in the area were fantastic. And while the nightlife
appeared to be going strong into the "wee hours" of the morning, he
apartment remained very quiet. When not exploring the neighborhood, I
spent quite a bit of time relaxing with a book in the gorgeous back yard.
" (Garden Apt)
From House Trip: Wolf Aurel said...Picture Perfect
more beautiful than the pictures! Super clean and well maintained.
Quality furnishings. Great area, very close to the L line. We will be back!"
From Airbnb: Susan said...
"We stay in a lot of rental apartments when we travel, and this was
definitely one of the best. It was as lovely as in photos and had
everything we needed. Wi-fi works great. Helpful, accommodating and
easy-going host. Check-in and check-out were very easy. To top it off,
the location was absolutely perfect, on a cute street right off Bedford,
the main drag of Williamsburg. The neighborhood is a walker's dream -
full of galleries, shops and great restaurants, but it hasn't lost touch
with its Polish roots. Two different subway lines make it simple to
access Manhattan - Williamsburg is the first stop in Brooklyn. A 15-minute walk to the
J-M-Z. Cab/car service to and from Manhattan is quick and easy via the
Williamsburg Bridge! "
A symphony of foreign tongues could be overheard, too: tourists from Portugal, Japan, France, Spain and, yes, Manhattan, all seeking the idealized Williamsburg je ne sais quoi. One gentleman, rocking back and forth on his skateboard, disparaged Le Bain, the lounge atop the Standard hotel in the meatpacking district: “I’m never going back there again!"