The "Captain's Quarters" in the historic landmark James Brown House is located on Spring St. near Greenwich St. and Hudson RIver Park. The famous Ear Inn pub is on the ground floor, with all of downtown Manhattan's attractions nearby.
The James Brown House is a NY City Landmark with historical display and unique charm in the ever more modern metropolis.
The location is convenient to all the wonders of downtown Manhattan, while offering the cozy hospitality of a neighborhood home. The ground floor is home of the Ear Inn pub, 'known from coast to coast' by sailors from afar.
A door to the right of the Ear Inn entrance has a numerical key lock. The number code will be given when you confirm booking and arrive. Upstairs reveals a lifestyle setting from two centuries ago, with wooden floors and antique furniture. There are three floors to the house with stairs and steps between. No elevator!
But be ready to be intrigued!
The Ear Inn pub on the ground floor is the best place to meet the neighbors and visitors from around the world.
During the warmer months, patrons of the Ear Inn pub sit out on benches under locust trees and watch the sunset and human parade of NYC.
Sorry, no pets due to the historic conditions of the residence.
As this is an antique wooden building, no smoking or fuming allowed.
We request all quests clean up the quarters - wash their dishes as used and place trash away -before they depart, as a courtesy to other house mates in residence.