Your pied a terre on Sugar Hill in Washington Heights. Jumel Terrace BnB, once a rare bookshop, resounds with Harlem Heights' history from the Founding Fathers thru the Founding Brothers to our vibrant now. Think privacy, cool jazz, ermine & pearls.
Check in time is by arrangement and Check out time is 11 a.m.
Children are welcome. No childcare is provided. Smoking in the garden. After 10 p.m. quiet time.
There are additional charges for hosting parties with more than two additional guests. Inquire for fees.
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Kurt Thometz: A bookseller since 1973, as The Private Library has groomed the collections of some of the America's most influential bibliophiles since 1980. He is also the author/editor of 'Life Turns Man Up and Down: Highlife, Useful Advice and Mad English (NY: Pantheon Books, 2001), an anthology of Onitsha Market Literature, Africa's incunabula, that Chinua Achebe taught. The New York Times have credited him with knowing "more about uptown than all of his books combined."
Camilla Huey is a couturier who's Garment District 'House of Execution' has been making significant dresses for stage, screen & runway for nearly 20 years. As an artist her 2013 exhibition and film, 'The Loves of Aaron Burr' at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, depicting 9 women in the life of the founding feminist/abolitionist, have won international acclaim.