Anam Cára Accommodations has been serving out-of-town guests and business travelers to the Philadelphia area in our extended stay fully furnished apartments for more than 8 years Teresa Vesey, owner/manger born in Ireland, brings her Irish hospitality to Anam Cara. Currently we offer four fully furnished and equipped apartments available for extended stay travelers – perfect for business & personal travelers and relocating families.
You won't be bored when you stay in Chestnut Hill because there is so much to do ! Ideally situated with easy access to Center City Philadelphia.
Fairmount Park is on the doorstep and is the largest inner city park in the United States! You can cycle, walk or ride on horseback along the Wissahickon Creek down to the covered bridge, then stop for lunch at the Valley Green Inn. This area is also wonderful for birdwatching and fishing.
A perfect place to spend time is the Morris Arboretum, the public garden in Chestnut Hill listed in the National Registrar of Historic Places. Find out about the many historical places you can visit close by at the Philadelphia Historic NW Coalition.
Chestnut Hill is a gracious setting for Woodmere Art Museum, once the private home of Charles Knox Smith and his eclectic collection of paintings, sculpture, European decorative arts and oriental rugs. The buildings and grounds delight even the most seasoned museum visitor.
Or take the train into Philadelphia's Center City where real American history abounds. Visit the Philadelphia Art Museum and run up the "Rocky" steps, or take a guided tour of the city.
|Jul 01 2014||Dec 31 2014||-||-||$635||$1,895||1 week|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: Extra charge for pets|
July 28, 2009
The staff was always very polite and helpful. However, the suite itself was okay. It was tidy but not too clean so I brought cleaning supplies to clean it myself. The furniture was old and ripped. The sleeper was very uncomfortable. It was not what we expected and we would not stay again. But if you want a place that is pretty economical and it's just for a day or two, then it's okay. But more than a couple of day, I would look elsewhere. I won't stay again.