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Brooklyn River Vacation Rentals Vacation Rentals(5)

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            Recent Brooklyn Reviews

            Home away from home...

            4 of 5
            Shahla's 100 year-old townhouse provided a welcome respite from the blustery December weather I encountered while recently in NYC for ten days. Two and a half blocks from the 9th St. train station, a half block from the Blackbirds Cafe and their absolutely amazing pies (plus several other good restaurants down a few doors on 3rd Ave.), and two or three blocks to grocery stores, restaurants, liquor stores, and drug stores on 5th Ave., the location was excellent. The apartment was clean, the shower great, and the bed was super comfortable. Shahla and David were always responsive, and were great neighbors. I can recommend this property, and the property owners, without reservation.
            • Submitted: Jan 9, 2014
            • Stayed: Dec 2013

            Fabulous place!

            5 of 5
            Three generations of our family stayed here for a week in June (6 people). Location is great, there is so much to do in Williamsburg (not to mention the amazing food!), and easy easy trip into Manhattan. The home is perfect, very well equipped, kitchen is awesome. The cat was great, friendly when we wanted (well, when the kids wanted) but mostly stayed away. The house is beautifully decorated (which was our only problem since we had two 2-year-olds with us - we were having to watch them VERY closely since there are many little breakable things throughout the house). You can't say it's a negative because the house isn't child proofed and it wouldn't even stop me from coming back, but just a warning to parents with inquisitive toddlers, you will have your work ahead of you with the nice furnishings/decorations and many many stairs. If I am ever going to back to New York City I will definitely check out Daniel's availability for this property, it is WONDERFUL!
            • Submitted: Aug 16, 2011
            • Stayed: Jun 2011

            Wonderful stay in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

            5 of 5
            My wife, her daughter and I stayed at Macon Manor for four days in September 17-21, 2008. We were looking for an apartment in New York for a short family vacation after the WYSTC 2008 Conference and we found Macon Manor in Brooklyn to be the perfect place. The whole Bedford Stuyvesant area is lovely, especially around Macon Street with all the treed streets and nice brownstone buildings. People are very friendly and much more polite than in London or Paris. The 5-minute walk to and from the Utica Ave subway station, through Fulton Park, is very nice, and my wife was telling me "I felt safer than in the métro in Paris". True (the apartment owner) recommended the nearby café (Bread Stuy) and restaurant (Peaches Brooklyn), where we had excellent breakfasts and a great dinner on our last evening. Peaches does not have a liquor licence so they sent us to a little wine store a block away, where I found a very good rosé Rioja that went very well with our pork and beef ribs (both cooked to perfection). The service was great, performed by the ever smiling staff. I highly recommend Macon Manor, very well maintained and nicely furnished by True, who also thought of filling up the fridge with water bottles, and the kitchen with coffee and tea, all very much appreciated on arrival and during our stay (like the numerous books in the living room that taught us the history of the Brooklyn bridge and helped us plan our visits). The apartment was much better than others we rented in the US or in other countries, and next time I or my family go to New York for work or for a holiday, we'll return to Macon Manor for sure. We'll just book the 3rd floor apartment for a change next time. Staying at Macon Manor in Brooklyn is a great and much cheaper alternative to any hotel or apartment rental in Manhattan. It gives an easy, safe and fast access to all New York tourist attractions and business districts, while offering the unique and original character of the Bedford Stuyvesant area in Brooklyn. BQ
            • Submitted: Sep 23, 2008
            • Stayed: Sep 2008