The Dailey Renewal Retreat

 Jack's drawing of the house
808 Northridge St. Greensboro NC
www.daileyrenewalretreat.net
"A neighborhood often determines a traveler's experience of a city"
photo of the house
Website to sort accommodations
by categorizing neighborhoods

Hipmunk, the travel search engine that allows users
to browse flights by a creative combination of factors like "agony" (price, duration, plus number of stops) has turned it's attention to sorting accommodations.

Hipmunk Hotels, introduced November 2012, uses filters like "Family," Romance," "Business," "Adventure" and "LGBT," short for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender - to sort by.  In each of  the 40 cities it covers Hipmunk hired local writers to help categorize neighborhoods.

Adam Goldstein, a co-founder, said that he found that a neighborhood often determined a traveler's experience of a city, "it's a holistic approach rather than picking the cheapest or the highest quality."
 
Tripadvisor Review
"Outstanding"
Reviewed January 4, 2013 

Her wonderful house is in a good neighborhood very conveniently located to great restaurants and the Coliseum. The B&B is an absolutely outstanding value.  The owner/host  truly likes people and will do anything to ensure your stay is wonderful. Jean is a rare operator who actually wants you to be there. The room, and the entire house, is homey and comfortable. It's a great old house with creaky floors and classic mouldings and details. The bed was cozy. Breakfast was good and Jean takes a lot of pride (rightly so) in her coffee. We experienced a wonderful breakfast with a room full of guests having friendly conversations. We had a great experience and hope to make The Retreat our go-to place when we attend future Greensboro events. We have stayed in many, many B&Bs around the world and in our humble opinion
if you have a problem with Jean or her home, you're probably not going to satisfied anywhere. On a side note, the intersection of Elam and Walker Avenue is happening - great locals' restaurants and pub. We had an outstanding experience at Fishbones. Walk there.
  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple 

Lindley Park Neighborhood picture of the porch

Lindley Park, is  a residential neighborhood centered around a public park,  invigorating  its 1917 origins into the 22nd Century. As a neighborhood built on tradition, Lindley Park strives to continue its appeal as a mostly owner-occupied neighborhood with neighborhood schools, churches, and businesses. It was named after local businessman John Van Lindley, a Quaker whose business interests ranged from nurseries to sewer pipes to insurance and peach growing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1902, he donated 60 acres of land along Spring Garden Street for a recreation complex boasting a man-made lake and amusement park.

Within walking distance of  The Dailey Renewal Retreat:

5 Fabulous Restaurants:  Fishbones, seafood, Sticks and Stones Organic Pizza, The Lindley Park Filling Station: appetizers, salads, sandwiches, Josephines, a 5 star dining experience, reservations suggested, Bianca's voted Best Italian in Greensboro, reservations suggested.

Bestway Grocery:   locally owned the best selection of gourmet wine and beer in NC

Bakery and Coffee Shop:  Spring Garden Bakery, Greensboro's oldest artisan bakery

Recycle's Bike Shop with daily rentals as low as $10/day The Dailey Renewal Retreat is on the City bike path

Parks:  Lindley Park  and  The Greensboro Arboretum a city landmark.

The Weatherspoon Art Gallery featuring national and internationally recognized artists

The Greensboro Coliseum

The Greensboro Aquatic Center swim passes are $5/day

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

10 minutes from Downtown Greensboro, Moses Cone Hospital, The Barn Dinner Theater, Guilford College, Greensboro College, A & T University, Friendly Shopping Center.

15 minutes from Piedmont Triad International Airport

23 minutes from The High Point International Home Furnishings Market, The NC Zoo in Asheboro

35 minutes from Seagrove Pottery

50 minutes from Pinehurst Golf and Country Club

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