Antique Home Cozy Apartment
Dear Vacation Guest,
We are your hosts, mother and son, and we welcome you to our home. We wish for you to have a satisfying stay with us. An information sheet is provided about area sites that may be of interest to you. If you have further questions about directions, shopping, restaurants, etc., we are here to help you.
We appreciate having you as a guest, and it is our wish to honor you and your privacy, and make your stay here as comfortable as possible.
Anne Marie and David
This sunny one-bedroom apartment on the second floor in a restored 1810 Federalist home has a full bath, living room with single sofa-bed/loveseat, two generous closets, sunny bedroom with a full-sized bed, and a food prep area equipped with servingware and appliances. The unit has new hardwood floors throughout. The space is bright, cheery, private, and comfy. Enjoy a beautiful apartment with cable access, and WiFi. An Air Conditioning unit is in the bedroom.
The stairway in the front entry foyer leads to two separate apartment units. We like to offer our guests full privacy, but hosts are on site in a separate apartment to provide help when needed.
The house is 15 minutes from Providence on a main artery in rural North Smithfield. Local bus transportation is sporadic, and the local stop is 1/2 mile away. The T-train to Boston is 15 minutes drive away in South Attleboro. Ample parking is available for your vehicle. At bit $10 each way, this is a great way to see Boston while avoiding the city traffic.
Clean and private, with guest parking for one car. Our location in historical New England, and access to Providence and Boston make this an attractive summer/fall vacation spot. We are close to shopping, restaurants, parks, and local sites.
For someone on temporary employment contract, or who is seeking housing while awaiting a home purchase, special pricing and adjustments are available.
Bed Linens and Towels: These are scheduled for laundering once a week. A laundry bag is provided. If you would like laundering earlier than that, notify host and leave soiled linens outside the apartment door for pickup. Personal guest laundry can be done at the nearby Laundromat, which offers the option of self-service or laundering for the customer.
WiFi: is available unless there is a local outage. It is named “Airport2”, and we will be happy to provide the password for your use. Please be mindful of using the service legally by not downloading copyrighted materials. Such activity puts us at risk to loose access.
Guests: Our units are designed to be comfortable for one or two people. A third guest might possibly be accommodated. For a guests (adult or child) who will be here for the entire stay, please include them in the reservation. The charge is $15/night for each extra guest. For an occasional overnight guest, notify the host and make advanced payments separately. In the event of having an unregistered visitor, it is most important that attention be paid to noise levels. Also, please check with host about parking arrangements for an extra car (and see Parking below).
Parking: Please park as much forward in your space as possible. If you have a guest, then have that car park close behind your car… or to the right of the spaces on the grass in front of the compost bin (leaving room for compost access). Always be aware that others who come in or park need room for turning cars around.
Exiting Driveway: We are on a very busy road, and near a blind curve. Although a sign is posted, drivers can come around the curve too fast at times. To be safe, be sure traffic is clear to the right, the check the left and exit. If you see cars exiting on the left from Woonsocket Hill Road, then the left traffic has stopped for that exit, and you may exit at the same time. We would be happy to demonstrate this if you wish.
Noise: In a small building, noise is an important factor for all who live here. Please be mindful this when going up and down the stairs: someone may be enjoying quiet time, and have so please keep cell conversations within your apartment. TV or music may also be heard in other living areas, so, again be mindful of the volume, and for late night or early-bird listening, an earphone with an extended length cord can really help.
Long term guests: if you are going to be away from the apartment for a period of time (days), please let us know. It helps with parking and concern over your welfare. Mail: will be left inside door on trunk for you, but feel free to check the mailbox for your mail whenever you wish. There is a slit in the top of the box for any mail you may want the mailman to take.
Trash and Recyclables: Generally the barrels at the back of the house are for trash and recycles. Our town is serious about recycling. The green bins are for paper, glass and appropriate plastics. If the weather is bad, the bins are on the porch to avoid having them blowing around the yard. (Other barrels on the porch area catch the rain.)
Emergency Entry to Apartment: I would always try to give notice if something needed to be attended to in your apartment. In the event that you cannot be reached in an emergency, such as fire or running water, etc., I would enter without notice and let you know what occurred as soon as possible.
No Smoking, No Pets permitted in or around the apartment or on the grounds.
Contact: The best method is email: amo67@ The next is the home phone 401-356-1226 or cell message: 401-374-0521.+ More