We stayed here while visiting relatives who live a few blocks away. This is a charming brownstone right on the edge of the park, which has been lovingly decorated in the European style. Antiques and original oil paintings and lush fabrics are everywhere. But the reception is warm and hospitable. Breakfast is a sit down gourmet affair, hosted by the charming and convivial Linda, who has educated herself remarkably on the neighborhood and the history of Park Slope in general. She will entertain her guests with interesting stories about the house and its various owners since the turn of the century if asked. Super comfortable beds, gorgeous sitting areas, kitchen downstairs with yogurts and healthful treats available anytime. Well worth the price, which is reasonable by New York standards, especially since many "B&Bs" do not include breakfast at all. We thoroughly enjoyed our three nights there. Highly recommended.