I enjoyed staying at Menno House. Our room was big, with a (no longer functioning) fireplace and a high ceiling. Also walls that were not quite straight. I appreciated the history of the place--there was a pamphlet in the room about the history of the house, going back more than a hundred years, when it was cheap lodging for immigrants--and I felt connected to those people, myself a stranger in New York and in America. It has a homey feel, bathrooms and kitchen are shared, and it's clean and reasonably priced for New York. But it's only available some days of the year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Menno House offers 3 rooms in our brownstone residence as guest rooms to those visiting New York City looking for a clean and affordable stay in a safe neighborhood. In business for over 20 years, we look forward to welcoming you for any length of stay from 1 night up to 4 weeks. ... more less