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I stayed here for one night while my daughter and I visited Yale. It was a great location - not to mention a lovely spot, on a pretty tree-lined street! The house was beautifully appointed, very comfortable, and the staff friendly and welcoming. I'd strongly...More
Elizabeth, owner of this grand yet cozy house, knows how to treat her guests on all fronts. The rooms are beautiful, comfortable and has everything you'd expect for a first-class stay: comfortable beds, good hot shower, soft towels, ample room to keep luggage and clothing....More
What a delightful B&B. Rooms are enormous and tastefully furnished with comfortable antiques. I had a large desk/table, terrific bed, an extra bed, and a large sitting chair. Perfectly located adjoining the Yale campus.
The Farnam Guest House has a lot character. It's turn of the century atmosphere is very charming. The breakfast was delicious! It was very nice to also be able t have coffee, tea and cookies any time during the day.The downstairs was quite comfortable and...More
Pleasant house and property. Pretty backyard. Not great location. Satisfactory breakfasts. House really needs an updating. Poorly lit rooms. Ancient television sets. Inadequate housecleaning for multi-night stays. Very musty odor. Innkeeper thrifty to a fault and quite moody. Not around most of time to address...More
US$145 - US$214 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The location seems quite convenient to Yale. I am a Yale graduate but never spent time at that way (up Prospect Street, beyond Science Hill). Is it walkable to the University (area of the Law School) and if so, is it a safe walk, especially at night?
21 October 2015|
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Response from Michael M | Reviewed this property |
I would guess its a 30 minute walk; there is a bus stop in front of the house
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"We were on the third floor, as the room was less expensive, and had a shared bath."