Onsite washer + dryer
Flexible check-in & check-out upon request
Experience life as a local and truly enjoy your next DC vacation with a stay in this vibrant, well-located 1-bedroom English basement apartment that's housed in a classic DC row home in one of the most desirable areas to live in DC. Full of character, you'll feel at home in this private unit that includes a small front patio with seating.
A great place to work or relax alike whether you are traveling on business or visiting for pleasure. The central location puts you close to great food, fun and history found in the city, while providing you with plenty of space for relaxation. You’ll be located in a residential neighborhood that showcases the charm that Washington D.C has become known for. Hang out in the living space after a long day of sightseeing where you can enjoy your favorite movie on the TiVo TV with Netflix.
There is a small dining area if you wish to stay in and prepare dinner in the fully-equipped kitchen, or have take out delivered. The kitchen includes the all essential appliances, including dishwasher and gas range, and is stocked with cookware, dishware, and utensils.
You and your guests will rest in comfort. The actual bedroom is fitted with a queen bed, in addition to another queen bed found off the living space sitting in its own nook with some privacy. There is a full bathroom with shower stall, as well as a washer and dryer in the hallway your convenience. There is also an additional queen sleeper sofa available that can comfortably sleep up to two additional guests.
Enjoy the free high-speed Wi-Fi: connect to plan your sightseeing, stream movies, or stay on top of work!
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Guests have full access to this English Basement 1-bedroom apartment, with its own private entrance however please note that the backyard is OFF LIMITS to guests except to bring out trash. The owners have dogs that occasionally will use the backyard. They are friendly but PLEASE ASK US to put them inside before opening the back gate.
Adams Morgan is a multicultural neighborhood centered on the happening nightlife scene around 18th Street. Brick row houses, some brightly painted or featuring quirky murals, are home to independent bookstores, artisan cafes, vintage clothing shops and yoga studios.
Adams Morgan has great restaurants, music venues, and dining experiences. Tail Up Goat right off of Calvert Street on Adams Mill Road is a delicious modern Mediterranean-inspired neighborhood restaurant with creative and memorable cocktails (and a Michelin Star). Johnny's Half Shelf was a Capitol Hill classic that recently moved onto Columbia Road. My favorite restaurant is Mintwood Place, also on Columbia Road. It has a fresh farmhouse/French/American menu with a burger and brownie sundae that can't be beat. Their weekday Happy Hour is fantastic. In the summer, the roof deck at Perry's or Jack Rose (further down 18th Street) are great spots too. No matter what you like to eat Adams Morgan has it.
If you are looking for a chill coffee house, Tryst is your place. Lots of grad students and people working remotely hang out and enjoy the wi-fi and couches. Rise Bakery is a morning go-to for Gluten-Free bagel, croissants, and treats that won't make you miss the gluten. There is also a Starbucks at the corner of 18th and Columbia if that's your addiction.
Adams Morgan's reputation a decade ago for mostly for its nightlife but it is more family-friendly than many realize. A fabulous park is at the top of the street with all new playground equipment. In the summer the park is full with picnickers hanging out and enjoying the day.
Closest METRO station: Woodley Park / Adams Morgan station on The Red Line
Closest bus stops: Calvert & Biltmore (L2, 96, and more). There are TONS of bus stops nearby depending on where you are going, strongly recommend using the WMATA "Plan My Trip" option for recommendations.
Bikeshare: Calvert & Biltmore
Lime, Bird, Lyft, and Uber JUMP scooters (and bikes) are readily available on nearly every corner of the city wherever you can find one, rent them easily using their app and your smartphone.
Other Things to Note
3 Parks within 2-3 blocks. Two have kid-friendly playgrounds: Walter Pierce park (2630 Adams Mill Rd, NW) and Kalorama park (1865 Kalorama Rd. NW)
Entrance to Rock Creek is across the Calvert Street bridge--great for walking and bike riding. Or if you are adventurous you can find trail entrances in the park at the ned of Allen Place.
You can walk to the "back" entrance to the National Zoo by walking through Walter Pierce Park and continuing along Adams Mill Road.
A great stroll is to take Kalorama Road and cross Connecticut Avenue. The neighborhood there is filled with embassies, ambassadors' residences (including the iconic French Ambassadors residence at 2221 Kalorama Rd NW) and the Obamas' home.
Restaurants are too numerous to name--there are dozens of places in Adams Morgan alone, with so many nation. We love TailUp Goat, Los Companeros, Mintwood, and Lapis. Rise Bakery has fantastic gluten-free options and Amsterdam Falafel is the best in town (and inexpensive). The Green Zone is great for a drink and Pitchers is a fun gay bar, with A League of Her Own (lesbian bar downstairs). Check out DCist.com or EaterDC.com for great food and event recommendations.
Nearby groceries: Safeway (Columbia Road), Yes! (natural foods), and Streets. The last two are a bit closer.
Dry cleaner: Ackermans at 1823 Columbia Rd. NW