This quiet bed and breakfast is tucked in a townhouse in Harlem, with its three guest rooms making for an intimate yet comfortable stay. Removed from the bustle of downtown, this lodging is best for those looking to explore New York's hidden gems. The rooms are all spacious suites that offer hardwood floors and private baths. Perhaps most appealing are the beautiful common areas designed by the townhouse's architect-Stanford White, who also designed New York's Washington Square Arch and Madison Square Garden. The space stretches into a kitchen, living room, breakfast area with piano, formal dining room, and library. Make certain to ask the owner for local tips, including those on local gay culture. Only three blocks to a Subway station with lines to all major attractions.