Fully equipped kitchen

Logement entier

2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

Logement entier

2 voyageurs

1 chambre

1 lit

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De 2 à 12 ans
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- de 2 ans
2 voyageurs au maximum. Les bébés ne sont pas pris en compte dans le nombre de voyageurs.
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À propos de ce logement

A separate entrance leads to the office, eat-in kitchen, and living room with fireplace and Murphy bed. A screened porch opens onto the private backyard with hammock. Guests are welcome to share meals and facilities at the Center for Human Science.

Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Arrivée : À partir de 16:00
Départ : 10:00
Type de logement : Logement entier


Voyageur supplémentaire : 8€ / nuit après le premier voyageur
Frais de ménage : 24€
Réduction à la semaine : 15%


A separate entrance leads to the office, eat-in kitchen, and living room with fireplace and Murphy bed. A screened porch opens onto the private backyard with hammock. Guests are welcome to share meals and facilities at the Center for Human Science.

… Located with its own separate entrance at the back of the Pink House, this cheerful, well-equipped, compact apartment is right in the heart of things yet extremely private. Short of living in a sorority, there is no closer place to the UNC Hospital or Schools of Medicine, Public Health, Social Work,
… Despite the convenience of its location, the apartment is surprisingly private. You enter through a bright and cheerful office with a side door into a large, screened-in porch which opens onto a private backyard with hammock. A second door leads into a fully-equipped eat-in kitchen. You pass the bathroom with tub on the way to the living room where comfortable armchairs flank a small dresser, a decorative fireplace, large mirror, and a small closet. Where’s the bedroom? you ask. You’re looking at it. A queen-sized Murphy bed is waiting for you to pull down, fully made.
... This apartment is part of the Center for Human Science, which consists of seven air-conditioned houses on its own 2-acre campus in the heart of Chapel Hill. Run by a charity chartered in 1981 to promote interdisciplinary communication in the behavioral and social sciences (it conducted the famous Nags Head oceanfront conferences for 25 years), the Center provides short- and long-term accommodations to graduate students, faculty, and members of the general public interested in understanding the world we live in. It also sponsors lectures and seminars.

… Breakfast, snacks, fruit, and coffee are available 24/7 in the breakfast nook of 219 McCauley next door (see House Manual for entry code). The nook is equipped with microwave, toaster oven, and instant hot water for tea.
… Happy Hours are frequently held in the Quorum dining room, whose bar was relocated from a favorite watering spot in Research Triangle Park.
... The covered porch at 219 McCauley has rocking chairs and a swing overlooking the street. It is a great place for reading and quiet reflection. Soon, the back deck will have shaded seating and tables.
... The seminar room has a large screen projection TV.
… Wooden (12), metal (6), and tile (4) picnic tables, park benches (7), hammocks (4), hanging swings (
... The shaded grove between 219 and 223 may beckon you with its grill, tables, and hammocks - perfect for lazy days and nights from March through November.
... A computer lab, library, indoor swimming pool and rudimentary gym are located in another adjacent building, for which you will be given the entry code if you wish. The "Endless" swimming pool has an adjustable current, allowing you to swim at your own pace for as long as you like without turning.
... An elegant livingroom w/ fireplace, kitchen/dining room with fireplace, sunroom, and porch in 213 can be booked separately for all or part of your stay, if you would like to entertain guests for dinner or a party (see "Party room next to UNC and downtown")
... A washer/dryer in the garage will soon be available for guest use.
… There is a basketball court and a covered bike shed, with some bikes available for your use (they may require use of an air pump).
… Finally, there is an awesome two-person swing and a bronze elephant, suitable for riding by both children and adults!

... Your host lives in an adjacent building and can suggest things to do, places to go, and answer any questions you may have.
... You may share meals in the dining room with Fellows at the Center for Human Science, and attend Center events.
... Or you can stay to yourself, as you please.
... Your unit is individually keyed.

... Adjacent to UNC, the oldest public university in the nation, the Center is 1/2 block from the Carolina Inn, the Global Education Center, and the School of Public Health, and 10-20 minutes from the hospital, medical schools, and main campus, including Memorial Hall, Playmakers Theater, Ackland Art Museum, Kenan Stadium, and the Dean Dome.
... Two blocks north is the heart of Franklin Street, Chapel Hill's main drag, with clothing stores, bookshops, bars, coffee shops, music venues, a movie theater, and several dozen restaurants all within a fifteen-minute walk.
... A 20-minute walk on a paved footpath along the railroad tracks takes you to downtown Carrboro and the Weaver Street Coop, with summertime Sunday brunches on the lawn with live music.
.... Located in the heart of one of the two Historic districts in Chapel Hill, the Center also provides wonderful walking opportunities through campus and around the beautiful residential areas to the north and west.
... McCauley and Vance Streets mainly consist of two-story frame houses with covered porches. With no through streets, traffic is primarily bicyclists and pedestrians, with a diverse mix of the undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and retirees who live in the neighborhood.

... A bus stop less than 200 yards away serves most of the many routes on Chapel Hill's free and comprehensive bus system (30 routes with over 300 daily departures). Click here to find a map of the system.
... Coming from the east on I-40, take the US-54 exit into Chapel Hill and keep straight on Raleigh Road past the UNC Bell Tower and up a small hill to McCauley Street. The Center is on the left side of McCauley, just past the intersection with Pittsboro Street. The entrance is the shared driveway between 213 and 219 McCauley.
...There is free parking onsite.

Change in Reservation:
Because this room is occasionally in demand for guests here for longer stays, we reserve the right to upgrade you to alternative Center accommodations suitable to the size of your party for no additional cost. If you have any additional specifications for the room, we will try our best to accommodate those in the alternate housing.

Pests: Pests are an unfortunate fact of life in NC, especially in historic houses and well-treed properties. However, many guests object to the use of conventional pesticides. We have engaged Sage Pest Control, an environmentally friendly company that uses chrysanthemum-based products to provide guaranteed treatments. If you see any ants, roaches, mosquitoes or spiders, please report the problem to the company and they will send someone over. The contact information will be provided in the House Manual.

Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 16:00



Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.

Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone

Les vendredis et samedis la durée de séjour minimale est de 2 nuits.

L'adresse exacte est communiquée uniquement lorsque la réservation est confirmée.

27 commentaires

Profil utilisateur de Michael
avril 2017
Ervin's place was as advertised. It's a private space, with parking, in a great location and relatively inexpensive. Ervin was really helpful with my questions pre-check-in. I ran into the property maintenance man and he was friendly; he asked if there were any issues or anything that needed his attention. I didn't take advantage of the shared spaces, including the free breakfast foods so I can't comment on that. What I did experience was great by itself. I would (and probably will) stay here again during another trip to Chapel Hill. Thanks for the great stay!

Profil utilisateur de Dan
avril 2017
As I booked this apartment for 5 weeks, I would like to give a little more detailed review here. Location: The location of the apartment is great for a stay at UNC. My lab at the school of pharmacy was in 10 min walking distance. Franklin street, as well as public transportation, is also in close distance. Apartment: I arrived around midnight and the check-in was really easy with the detailed description, which Ervin provided before. The apartment itself is comfortable but everything looks used. The rooms were cleaned but not with full effort, some leftover snacks and beauty equipment were lying on the floor. I had clean sheets and fresh towels but one of the aditional blankets in the closet was really dirty. The bathroom is ok. The water was hot, the toilet seat is a little bit loose and a constant dripping from the shower head results in some ugly yellow stains in the tub. The kitchen is well equipped (except only one spoon) with everything you need and in good shape for preparing meals. The apartment is very private, but you will hear a lot from your neighbours in the other apartment in the house. Most of the time the apartment was vacant and therefore quiet. One important fact is, that the control of the AC is located in this adjacent apartment and you have to either negotiate with your neighbours or ask for the entry code to change it yourself. All in all the apartment was good enough for my stay if it wasn't about the... ...Roaches: The description mentions problems with pests in NC. Unfortunately the apartment was in deed infested with roaches during my stay. I encounterd the first one after few days and found more and more from then on. Ervin called pest control, who sprayed against the roaches after 3 days. As this didn't help they sprayed again some days later. Unfortunately roaches can not be removed from one day to another. I was not offered another apartment until I specifically asked for it. Due to booked up apartments I had to move several times in and out of the roach apartment, but in the end I could at least spend my last week in a roach free place. (Special thanks to Alexa here, who was really helpful). Center of Human Science (CHS): The apartment is a part of the CHS, which is basically a complex of several buildings with apartments which can be rented. The description is a little bit missleading in some cases. The "rudimentary" gym for example, is so rudimentary that it only consists of one bench without any weights. Also the bikes do not only require the use of an air pump but whole new tires... The breakfast nook is a nice feature. I got myself some fruits and bagels there. Sometimes you can even find beer in the fridge and enjoy it while watching basketball on the big screen in the seminar room. I spent 2 great...

Profil utilisateur de Elijah
mars 2017
It served our purpose. Enjoyed the weekend in Chapel Hill

Profil utilisateur de Burgess
février 2017
The apartment was clean and exactly as advertised. My girlfriend and I had no issues whatsoever. The location is fantastic and allowed us to walk everywhere.

Profil utilisateur de Philip
février 2017
A very convenient location for UNC Chapel Hill business with friendly folks next door at Quorum.

Profil utilisateur de Katherine
février 2017
Great location. Walking distance to Franklin Street and UNC campus.

Profil utilisateur de Toni
septembre 2016
Cute basic apartment, great location for visiting UNC and restaurants along Franklin Street down to Carbarro. However, absolutely no toilet paper on arrival. Luckily I found some in the storage area, next-door. Sink/basin seemed to have a continuous drip from underneath, which kept bathroom floor wet. Breakfast was a bit vague, about what food in fridge, milk , etc was OK to use. All in all, minor inconveniences considering just minutes from busstop for Triangle Transit Bus (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) from airport, UNC and Franklin Street.

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Chapel Hill, Caroline du Nord, États-Unis · Membre depuis avril 2015
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I am a part time student and historical reenactor, I have a fascination with the history of humans and how they developed new techniques and tools throughout the world. I'm a student of Anthropology with a fascination with metals and their role in human societal development, and have presented posters at Archaeological conferences in Seattle and Quebec on the subject of the First Colony in the New World.

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