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Your Housing options


We present our students with several housing options. Though Bell Language School doesn't accept any payments for housing (you will pay directly to your hosts), we are happy to assist you with your housing arrangements. You can also contact these housing facilities directly. 



Bed and Breafast

The Breezeway Bed and Breakfast Homestay is offering private cozy rooms which are clean and quiet in a "home away from home" atmosphere. The Breezeway BnB is open all year round, short or long stays are available. Continental breakfast are available for our guest. Single room starts at $150 per week.
Rooms are available for visitors and students.
address:
896 East 38th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11210
tel: (718) 434-3067
email: info@breezewaybnb.com
website: http://www.breezewaybnb.com/


For more housing options please browse www.craigslist.org



The New York Loft Hostel

A great international environment awaits you in this convenient and youth hostel 2 blocks from the subway, 15 minutes from Union Square in Williamsburg.Spaces at $575 per month, with all utilities included. For more information, please visit http://www.nylofthostel.com/

249 Varet Street Brooklyn, NY 11206

Tel: 718 366 1351

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Homestay Program

Enjoy a nice homestay in the heart of Brooklyn! For rates and availability check their website:

http://www.xanga.com/minglers


JCSA- Japanese Clientele Shares & Apartments (Japanese and English speakers)

501 Fifth Avenue Suite 319 New York, NY 10017

Tel: 1 212 989 1234    Email: jcsa@jcsa.com

http://www.jcsa.com/


Urban Living

Urban Living can help you to find a vacation rental, sublet, furnished or unfurnished apartment, a share and a roommate situation. Visit their website for more information (information in English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, Portuguese and Chinese).      

281 5th Avenue  New York, NY 

Tel: 1 212 689  6606 

http://www.urbanliving.net/


Friend House

More info on their website