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It looked nothing like the beautiful photos. It smelled funny, not very clean. The worst part was that after hiking to the 3rd floor, our bed(the one in the featured picture) which was a queen sized frame and box spring had a double bed mattress...More
When we arrived, there were two cats inside. They lay on the beds of the guests en eat of the table. Not very hygienic. The rooms and bathroom weren't clean. Some of the food we got for breakfast, was expired. The bed in the octagon...More
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Response from MarneyHague2013, Owner at Burbridge Street B&BResponded 17 April 2017
This was a first time visitor to both Philly, and to a Bed & Breakfast. Their expectations were I think for a chain hotel, and what they got was the typical B&B --a private home with guest rooms, complete with 2 well-advertised house cats. I'm...More
This was the most wonderful experience. We had such a comfortable room and were really taken care of. Breakfast was beautiful with lots of great conversation and we received some great advice about what to see in Philly. The decor is fantastic and if I...More
My Husband and I found this adorable, homey little place for a short stay of 4 nights in Philly, although a blizzard greeted us upon arrival we found cozy sanctuary to come back to every evening after our long days. I titled the review "European...More
We stayed here for the Philadelphia Marathon. He pictures made it look like a cozy little B&B. Unfortunately it wasn't what we expected.
You're basically renting a room in someone's house. A nice older lady runs the place. She will give you a lengthy run...More
Response from MarneyHague2013 | Property representative |
My B&B house is about a ten minute walk to the local train station (the Tulpehocken Station of the Chestnut Hill West line), and only a 20 minute ride to the Amtrak trains at the main train station, 30th Street Station on... More
My B&B house is about a ten minute walk to the local train station (the Tulpehocken Station of the Chestnut Hill West line), and only a 20 minute ride to the Amtrak trains at the main train station, 30th Street Station on the western edge of Center City. Trains run twice an hour during the extended rush hours at the beginning and end of the business day, then once an hour midday and in the evening. Sunday evening the train service is more limited, ending at 9:30pm, but the other 6 days, the trains run till midnight.
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"All the rooms are quiet, as the house itself is on a quiet, tree-lined, brick-paved street."