A Bed and Breakfast in New York City

Nestled on the border of Soho and Tribeca, our New York City bed and breakfast is ideally situated for experiencing the best New York has to offer - while still having a quiet place to call home at the end of the day. The inn is surrounded by 5-star restaurants and a block away from the landscaped parks, open grass, tennis courts, and stunning sunsets at the Hudson River Park, we offer the charm of a country cottage in an ideal Manhattan location.

Stay in one of our four completely separate, private spaces; all include private baths, and most include kitchen facilities and sitting rooms as well. You will be walking distance from the 9/11 Memorial, the High Line, which is right next to the new Whitney Museum; Soho's shopping district, Historic Greenwich Village, Chinatown, Little Italy and New York's the breathtaking Hudson River Park. Take a 15-minute subway ride to Times Square and Broadway Theaters. A 25 minute ride will take you to MOMA, the Museum Mile, and Central Park. At the end of the day, you can enjoy a serene sound-scape provided by state of the art soundproofing in all walls and windows, and the most comfortable beds you'll ever find.

About the Canal Park Inn Bed and Breakfast

In this 1826 landmarked inn, the charm of the old world feels so close, you can easily imagine a horse and buggy on the other side of the three layers of soundproofing glass in each original window frame. At the Canal House, everything is done with care: from the restoration of the original fireplace brickwork to the daily breakfasts in our downstairs cafe. At our family-run B&B, we take great pleasure in sharing our space, city-knowledge, and mornings with you.

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