The Loralei B&B

Address: 667 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, New York, 11230, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 667 Argyle Road, Brooklyn, is near Flatbush Avenue, Aveda, Marlborough, and Selia Yang.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Loralei B&B Brooklyn

      Spousal Conversion.

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      When I first announced that we were staying at a B&B in Brooklyn my wife was considerably short of pleased. We had lived on Columbus Avenue around 68th Street in the late 1970s and she wanted to stay at a hotel in Manhattan where we could just walk out the door and be there; which we could have done but at a higher price for the two us. We visited a friend of mine who was staying at a low/mid priced hotel on the east side of Manhattan on 51st Street near First Avenue. The contrast in value was stark. He had a small little room decorated like a college dorm room with a matchbox sized bathroom that he shared with the room next door, and of course no breafast provided. We had two rooms and a private bath, and a breakfast that included ample varieties of bagels, pasteries, cereals, juice, fruits, and coffee. No, we couldn't walk out of the very well maintained house and "be there", but we were as close or closer to a subway as my friend, and Manhattan was just 30 minutes away. My wife, who was skeptical when we arrived at the house, was very impressed by the qualitiy of furnishings and the finishing decorating touches. Our host, Robert Seidel, a long time NYC resident, was just full of the information a tourist needs for a pleasant stay. My wife is now sufficiently turned around that she just provided the Loralei's contact information to the school principal where she works, which kind of says it all. I highly recommend the Loralie.

      Great 'Inn experience' in the city!

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      We can't say enough about our time at the Loralei.

      Location: Great!

      House: Beautiful!

      Room: A wonderful retreat after a day of hard Gotham sight seeing. Beautifully appointed with comfort clearly designed.

      But the amenity that really makes the Loralei stand out is its Innkeeper.

      First - and no small item: Robert answers his phone, no annoying need to leave a message.

      Second - Before we arrived Robert answered every little question that I had quickly and very thoroughly via e-mail. Note: I ask a lot of questions.

      Third: Upon arrival he made us feel very much at home and assisted us in getting quickly to our planned evening.

      Robert excels at his avocation as host, he's charming, informative, and generous with his home, knowledge, and time.

      We plan on returning again next year.

      Loved the loralei

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      We recently stayed at a wonderful bed and breakfast in Brooklyn, NY. The Loralei is a beautiful, well-kept turn of the century home in a quaint residential area of Brooklyn. I especially loved the Sycamore trees that line the street - they will be spectacular in the Autumn. We drove to New York City from Ohio and were pleased to find ample safe and free parking on the same street that The Loralei is located. Once we arrived we took advantage of the close proximity to the Q subway line to go back and forth to Manhattan.

      Our suite at the Loralei was spacious and beautifully decorated. Everything is designed with the comfort and well-being of the guest in mind. The bath is large and thoughtfully stocked with thick, soft towels, shampoo and soap. There is a beautiful little desk for writing notes or using a laptop. The television is large and connected to cable - great for catching the weather forecast or watching a movie after returning from a day in the city. There are spacious closets to hang clothes as well as a large chest of drawers for storage of smaller items. There is even an ironing board in the closet for pressing out wrinkles acquired from traveling.

      Each morning we arrived in the dining room which has been decorated with antique furniture to a delicious continental breakfast that included a selection fresh fruit, bagels, cereal, juice, coffee and tea. Our host, Rob, was always available to assist with our meal and provide directions and information about places we intended to visit that day. He was also a source of information regarding the house and the surrounding neighborhood. We found out that most of the neighborhood is comprised of single family homes that have been owned by the same people for many years. We were amazed that this little pocket of quiet streets exists in busy New York.

      I would definately stay again at the Loralei. We think of it as our own little special place in New York City.

      Home away from Home

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      We (my husband, myself, and our godson) thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Lorelei B and B. Lance and Robert were simply wonderful hosts, answered questions, provided logistical assistance, and just made us feel very comfortable. In fact, we mostly wanted to stay at the house and just relax, read, and enjoy ourselves. We are within walking distance of the subway and took it into Manhattan and around Brooklyn. We had driven into NY and felt a whole lot better to leave our car parked, most of the time, in front of the house. We lingered over breakfast in the morning and found some great neighborhood restaurants (recommended by our hosts). By the time we left, we had added Robert and Lance to our address book and expect to be back many times.

      A wonderful place to stay

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      We decided to stay in Brooklyn at the Loralie B&B when we visted NY. It was a great idea. The Loralei was charning and Peaceful. The terrace garden is quaint and quiet and the perfect place for breakfast. It was so nice to retreat to the quiet and cozy B&B every day after our adventures in NYC. The B&B was located only 2 blocks from the subway station. We always felt safe (even at night) walking to and from the subway, which was important as we were 2 women and a teenage girl traveling alone.

      The continental breakfast was perfect. Every morning Robert, one of the innkeepers, made sure we had fresh cut fruit and fresh warm pastries from a neighborhood bakery. The fridge was stocked with fruit and water at all times for us.

      This is great place to stay if you are traveling alone or as a couple. The rooms are roomy and comfortable and very tastefully decorated. The bathrooms are stocked with anything you might forget to bring from home.

      The rates are very reasonable, but above and beyond all is the way Robert made us feel at home and was always so kind and helpful with all of our questions and needs. I'm sure we have made a new friend, and we will definitely be staying at The Loralei when we return to NY.

      Loralei Couldn't Be Better

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      During our recent stay at the Loralei, we were made to feel like we were in a private home. The accomodations were roomy, tasteful, clean and very comfortable. Robert went above and beyond in providing us personal services. A family crisis regarding our daughter's newly leased apartment turned into a Godsend thanks to Robert's care and concern. If you're in Brooklyn, this is the place to stay!!

      Rick & Cindy

      Glen Ellyn, IL

      We loved the Loralei B&B

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      The Loralei B&B is a beautiful home with the nicest host imaginable!!

      We had a wonderful time while we were there and look forward to a return trip one day!

      Perfection

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      The Lorelei is exquisite! This charming home from the early 1900s has been wonderfully renovated and is a perfectly executed period piece with all the modern conveniences. The owners are extremely helpful and thoughtful. I lost an earring while staying at the Lorelei and didn't know it, they figured out that it might be mine and emailed me about it- and sent it to me. The owners' personal touches make the Loralei feel like you are visiting your favorite relatives, only it's better! Give yourself a treat when you visit the City and experience a little bit of paradise right here in Brooklyn! Don't miss the Loralei- your comfort is guaranteed!!

      A kind and personable respite

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      What a breath of fresh air! Clean and neat rooms with a old fashioned garden-like atmosphere. The house is in a quiet neighborhood that adds to an easy and refreshing "throwback from another era" atmosphere. Our stay was regenerating.

      Robert was both helpful and accomodating.

      I am not sure that we could have asked for more from a Bed and Breakfast. I would strongly recommend Loralei. Call Robert and if you still have doubts, you can email me. (And I am not even related, this being the first time that we met our hosts.)

      Chow!

      Loved the Loralei

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      We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Loralei B&B. The owners were very friendly and hospitable and the ambience was just perfect. It was a nice getaway from Manhattan. The continental breakfasts were superb and we dined in a shaded courtyard garden with bubbling fountains. Oh so pleasant! The accommodations were also superb. We will definitely stay there again on our next visit to NY.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Loralei B&B Brooklyn

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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