Come stay in our Little Cottage Hideaway on Historic Antique Row-Cherokee Street! Enjoy a quiet and private getaway all to yourself in a cozy cabin fully furnished with vintage and decor from our neighboring antique shops. Just a few steps out the door and you can experience some of St. Louis' best indie cafes, taquerias, and bakeries. Your historic brewery district. Hunt ghosts at Lemp. Shop vintage, antiques, and local handmade. Enjoy a show at Off Broadway. We are 10min from downtown STL.
“Stephanie and Andy were lovely hosts. Their space is so cute and cozy. We loved the set up and our pups loves the little yard and cool floor. We stayed during Covid so there wasn't a lot open on the street but it was a nice area with great buildings and parks. The apartment was also quiet as it was pushed back from the street. We're bummed we hadn't booked a longer stay, but would definitely stay here again.”
We are providing our home with additional COVID procedures including bleaching all towels and linens, disinfecting the home and most importantly having 3 days in between bookings for an added layer of safety. Step into St. Louis' history and the architecture that made it famous in this beautiful fully updated 1907 home. This late nineteenth-century Revival house is located right near downtown, the Soulard Farmer's Market, and beautiful Lafayette Park.
“Eric's AirBnB was a welcome stopover during a long road trip. He was extremely easy to communicate with and very quick to respond to some of our changing travel plans. Aside from the positives with Eric, the space itself is fantastic. It has clearly been well taken care of and the historic building's character comes through. My wife and I enjoyed staying there and would happily return or recommend it to anyone else.”
The Carriage House is a bright and fun industrial studio located in popular Tower Grove South. It shares a large patio, garden, and trampoline with a historic home. The open floor plan and queen + twin beds allow plenty of space for families and friends. Guests of all ages love the local artwork, plants, art supplies, books, and games. Don't forget to have bread and coffee on us before you walk through the Morganford Business District, Tower Grove Park, Botanical Gardens, and South Grand!
“My husband and I only got to stay briefly, but it was long enough to know that we loved it. Elsie's place exudes the kind of warm, effortless cool everyone secretly hopes to achieve in his or her home. It's the kind of place that's full of little details that make you smile. We definitely want to stay again.”