Enjoy everything we love in the heart of downtown lafayette in our 3rd floor condo. Minutes from Purdue University and walking distance to over 30 restaurants, candy shops, art galleries, and boutiques. We apologize ahead for any inconvenience but we have a —No pet policy —
“Amazing stay! The apartment is clean, beautifully decorated and right in the middle of everything. We appreciated all of the thoughtful touches like the well-stocked fridge, snacks, and toiletries for guests. Clear communication from the hosts, super comfortable bed, overall a great experience.”
Single room with Queen size bed sleeps two. Dresser with mirror and a second drawer on hard wood floors. Cable Tv with remote, HBO, Showtime, Prime Video, Wi-Fi throughout the house. Bathroom and shower directly across from the room. This bathroom is for AirBNB guests only. Also has a small walk in closet. The house is 1 minute from Interstate I 65. 15 minutes to Purdue University. 15 minutes to the Tippicanoe mall. 10 minute walk to Meijer, Starbucks or Copper Moon coffee shops.
“Paul was quick in his responses. Check-in was a breeze and allowed me to do so early. He accommodated my laundry needs along with allowing me to use his refrigerator. The room is comfortable and recently renovated. Both the room, bathroom were clean, and well kept. I enjoyed staying here, along with his unbeatable price. I would stay with this host again and recommend him.”
Located in the heart of downtown Lafayette, come make yourself at home in a charming suite that is part of a fully restored historic 1895 Queen Anne's cottage. Included in your private space is one bedroom with a king bed, full bathroom, parlor and dining room. Only 1.7 miles across the Wabash River to Purdue’s campus in West Lafayette. We can accommodate up to 4 guests by adding a cot in the living room and making up the couch. We ask that you request this beforehand.
“The Abbey was perfect for my trip to Purdue! The space was very clean in addition to having a historic charm to it. Instructions and communication were clear and timely.”