|Minimum Stay||2 - 3 nights|
We work directly with every guest, and do not trust any aspect of your stay to others. For your security, we only book your stay through the website and will never ask for a wire transfer. No matter how you found us, to proceed please click the 'inquiry' or 'book now' button, or call the number listed, to ensure you are working directly with us, the property's owners. Thanks again, Deborah & David
Comfortable, spacious pied-à-terre just:
-- 6 blocks from the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum,
-- 8 blocks to the Smithsonian Castle,
-- 1 block from Washington’s Southwest Waterfront, and
-- a15-minute walk to the Tidal Basin’s cherry blossom trees!
Or hop on the Metro at the L’Enfant Plaza subway hub – 4 blocks away – to get to Arlington Memorial Cemetery, the National Zoo, the White House or U.S. Capitol in minutes.
A new grocery store, drugstore, and other shops are four blocks away – and so is a Capital Bikeshare docking station, where you can rent a bike then drop it off wherever you’re going – or return one that you picked up from elsewhere.
Our daylight basement means plenty of light but the apartment stays cool, even in DC’s humid summers. The new kitchen is fully equipped. . . the new travertine+marble bathroom has a step-in shower. . . a spacious bedroom with a king-sized bed and and flat screen TVs in the LR and BR make this a haven after a hectic day.
A reserved parking space – a rarity in the city – opens other options for easily getting around town.
At dusk, listen for the ship’s horn as the Odyssey dinner cruise pulls out of the nearby marina. . . stay in and grill on the enclosed back patio (shared with fellow VRBO guests upstairs). . . stroll to DC’s floating fish market for the freshest seafood in town. . . book theater tickets for a memorable evening at the stunning Arena Stage showplace two blocks away. . . or head to nearby restaurants:
* Cantina Marina is a fun neighborhood watering hole and restaurant on the water where the Sequoia (once the presidential yacht) is docked
* Phillips Seafoood and other reliable favorites also line the waterfront
* The Mandarin Oriental Hotel (whose five-star elegance draws foreign dignitaries and VIPs) has a choice of restaurants
* A mile north, Gallery Place/Chinatown is one of Washington’s nightlife and dining destinations -- and where the Caps and Wizards play
A Supreme Court Chief Justice was the first owner of our house, and the neighborhood remains home to many long-time residents. While you’re here, why not join them in the conclusion that – with everything else to do in DC – there is no reason to waste time commuting!
This unit is close to the Waterfront Metro and the bus stop is right on the corner. We found it easy to get any where we wanted to. It is the lower half of a brownstone so you have a couple windows in the front and a patio door in the back. It's about a half story in the ground so there about 6-8 steps to walk down to go in the front door.
We found Station 4, which is a great restaraunt with nice outdoor seating, across from the Safeway and Z-Burger is right next door. We also hit the Safeway for snacks and beverages. You have to haul the stuff about 4 blocks back to the unit but it's not too far. We did walk over to Cantina Marina but it was in the evening and the place was packed. We really like Station 4 the best. One morning we took the Metro up to the White House area and found Woodward Table, which has a side cafe called WTF - Woodward Takeout Food. They had the best breakfast there.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in the area and went to a play that was at the Arena Theater that is about 2 blocks away - 1 block east of Safeway and Station 4 and about 1 block south of the unit. The only two drawbacks are that there's a lot of construction going on down at the marina so you could hear them driving pilings, which started early in the morning, and you can hear the people upstairs. However, we weren't in the unit that much as we were out on the town seeing museums, monuments, the Capitol, etc. we would highly recommend this unit for 2 people.
The unit was perfect for us. It was a reasonable walk to the subway in either direction. There was a grocery store nearby and so was the waterfront. Deborah was terrific! She was quick to answer any questions, provided information about navigating the city before we arrived and had so many amenities in the apartment! I highly recommend!
Let me start by saying the level of service and care received by Deborah was superb! Our flight was delayed due to weather but Deborah worked with us and accommodated our schedule.
The home was perfect, much larger than I thought it would be, a great amount of space for two but could easily fit more adults. Everything we needed was right there for us. It was truly a home away from home. If you want somewhere close enough to monuments, museums, and the convention center area, this is it! Great location, and great home!
Location is prime! Family of 4 stayed! Plenty of room! No car... Waterside station very close. Has resturants and grocery store! Perfect place to stay when visiting D.C.!!!
This was a wonderful place to stay for our family of 4 while touring DC for the weekend. It had everything we needed (off-street parking, full kitchen, etc.), and was in a convenient location. This apartment was a comfortable alternative to a busy hotel. The owner was very helpful providing necessary & helpful information about the DC area.
Our stay here was great. My girlfriend and I spent a few days In our nation's capitol and this place allowed us to be within walking distance of everything.
In addition to the great location, this spot was super clean and we'll decorated. If I could describe it in one word it would be "cozy".
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|cleaning fee||$75 + Tax|
|Refundable damage deposit||$300|
|Notes||new bookings only, excludes holiday weekends|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.