Our place is located in the heart of Del Ray, a charming neighborhood in Alexandria, next to Old Town. We turned the basement of our classic 1930 home into a recently refinished, private, one bedroom apartment with separate entrance, large spacious bathroom, kitchenette, queen sized bed and small fenced-in yard space.
For our guests’ safety and our family, we are fully disinfecting between each guest and using a UV light sanitation system.
Del Ray is "Where Main Street Still Exists" with made-for-strolling Mount Vernon Avenue dotted with independent shops, farmers markets and a booming restaurant scene. Del Ray is also known as “Well Ray” for its large community of holistic health businesses. Eclectic shops and signature events like Art on the Avenue contribute to an artsy ambiance. Del Ray hosts the popular "First Thursday" events, in which every first Thursday of the month a new festival takes to the streets, attracting visitors and locals alike in search of family fun and a splash of local culture. On the north side of Del Ray, find shows at America's legendary music hall, the Birchmere in the area known as Arlandria, also popularly known as Chirilagua, for the El Salvadoran village that was at one time home to many of its residents where now, small shops and restaurants with an international flavor line its streets. Information regarding Alexandria is available at (URL HIDDEN) Alexandria is located in the northeastern tip of the Northern Virginia region on the banks of the Potomac River. Just across from Washington, D.C. and National Harbor. Historic Old Town Alexandria is a bustling center of local boutiques, award-winning restaurants and impressive arts and culture, all nestled within a landscape of colonial-era architecture and cobblestone streets. Cultural activities abound at galleries like the popular Torpedo Factory Art Center and the Athenaeum, or live entertainment staples MetroStage and the legendary Birchmere Music Hall. Alexandria is primarily known for its rich colonial history as George Washington’s hometown, and includes attractions frequented by America’s founding fathers frequented, such as Christ Church and Gadsby’s Tavern Museum. Take to Alexandria’s scenic waterfront for dockside dining, cruises along the Potomac River or bike rides to George Washington’s Mount Vernon for a day of historic exploring. Just minutes from Washington, DC, Alexandria brims with buzzworthy eateries, stylish shops and family-friendly activities perfect for an extraordinary getaway.