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I'm from Brooklyn, NYC born and bred and have recently moved to the west coast. So when I had to travel back to the east thought I'd give Akwaaba Mansion Bed & Breakfast a try and I'm so GLAD I did. I felt like I...More
My fiance and I stayed here for one night, had we known we would have stayed out whole trip here! The service is incredible and the room was filled with the spirits of ancestors and self love. We had an amazing and healthy breakfast as...More
We stayed at he wonderful Akwaaba Mansion for three nights during the cold, snowy winter of 2011. The Akwaaba was a true haven for us, snowbound as we were, unable for most of our stay to travel more than a few blocks. It was a...More
I really enjoyed my experience at Akwaaba. The rooms were beautiful filled with character. I enjoy the staff they were very kind and thoughtful. I love being around people that are pleasant and the Akwaaba Family made me feel right at home. I would stay...More
The owners live on site, on the top floor. Their attention to guests is very professional, warm, helpful and conscientious. The breakfasts are delicious and there is plenty to eat and drink. The living room and enclosed... More
The owners live on site, on the top floor. Their attention to guests is very professional, warm, helpful and conscientious. The breakfasts are delicious and there is plenty to eat and drink. The living room and enclosed porch area are tastefully appointed in a style that matches the building's history. There is also a computer room with a library.
The subway is quite close -- a pleasant 5-minute walk down a tree-lined street and across a small park. Then it's just 15 minutes to Manhattan's best galleries, restaurants, museums and parks. There are also many wonderful places to eat nearby in Brooklyn.
There are four guest rooms. I suggest you ask the owner, Monique Greenwood, about accommodating your group or just go ahead and reserve all four rooms if they are vacant in your desired time frame. I would not delay, since it is a popular place.
They can also take care of banquets and weddings and the like, both outdoors and indoors.