Holiday Discount

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Longfellow Vllla Autumn LeavesThe month of November 2016 plus the first half of December are available for weekly bookings. Plus we’re giving a substantial discount, so you get 7 nights for the price of 5, discounted to $500 for a week at Longfellow Villa.

Our November offer has already been booked…but we are still open for the first half of December, and we’re offering reduced prices plus a 20% weekly discount on bookings. Book now on AirBnB

If you’re visiting Minneapolis for work, for fun, or for the holiday season with family, we’ve got a comfortable housekeeping apartment to meet your needs. Our modern kitchen is fully stocked with cooking essentials, so you can relax at ‘home’ with your own meals, when you’re not out and about in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

We’ve had a successful year at Longfellow Villa hosting people like you, and here’s what our past guests say:

The apartment is exceedingly well appointed–it is clear that David has thought every detail through when it comes to the comfort of his guests. We would absolutely stay here again next time we’re back in Minneapolis.

—Jackie and Andrew from California

The Longworth Villa is an exceptional place to stay because, although “homey” and “executive” might seem to contradict each other, the description is accurate on both fronts. There is just enough space for relaxation and well-chosen furnishings encourage that. But the space could also allow a visitor to have a productive stay in the Twin Cities, with a desk and other comfortable seating making work pleasant. There is no comparison to the average extended stay (chain) lodging.

—Jan from Michigan

It’s a great location, walking distance to shopping, bars and coffee shops, yet it’s still peaceful and relaxing. The apartment itself has been meticulously restored with vintage MN charm but modernized with granite countertops, top of the line appliances and more. It was impeccably clean and David stocks the apartment with tons of extras that most Airbnb hosts (even the good ones) would never think of.

—Trista from Washington