The Mount Morris House New York bed and breakfast is a fine example of New York’s Gilded Age architecture, built in 1888.
It faces Mount Morris Park, one of the oldest parks in Manhattan, in a landmarked residential neighborhood. The area is full of late nineteenth-early twentieth century architecture.
The wealth and extravagant style of its original owners is reflected in the building’s very generous proportions. The house enjoys large living spaces, sumptuous materials, precious woods, intricate carvings, gilding and plaster moldings, high ceilings, numerous and ample closets and every other imaginable amenity.
A grand Manhattan town house by any measure, it has been meticulously restored with great respect for its original details and attention to all modern amenities making it a truly unique New York bed and breakfast.
The Mount Morris House bed and breakfast is minutes walk from Central Park and conveniently situated to all major transportation in Manhattan.
There are many good restaurants, bars, shops and services in the immediate area as well as plenty and various cultural attractions that have made New York so famous.
Previous guest reviews
The rooms are gigantic by Manhattan standards and each shows the personalities and quirky taste of the owners, who are gracious and welcoming.”
There are plenty of good eateries and clubs right in the neighborhood, and it’s an easy subway ride to anywhere else you want to go.”
Our stay at Mount Morris was superb from start to finish. The house is just beautiful like stepping back in time to the days when houses were aristocratic and elegant. The rooms were a very good size, cozy and warm and the shower was amazing.”