The perfect couples’ getaway.

A lovely 1880's private studio loft with 1 bath waiting to host friendly people. With beautiful brick walls, a new bathroom, new kitchenette, and tall wooden beamed ceilings. We tried to maintain the charm and simplicity of the original mill. You'll have a private entrance with lockbox access, cozy bright studio room and kitchenette, stocked coffee maker along with a variety of teas, toaster, microwave, and refrigerator. Iron and board provided. Bright bathroom with large shower, plenty of clean towels and blow dryer. 1 King Bed with nice sheets and duvet. TV with access to many popular cable channels and the option of connecting to your Netflix or Amazon Prime Account. Our historic renovated mill building, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is located in the neighborhood of Olneyville. Our area of Olneyville is in the beginning stages of urban renewal (no Starbucks). Many of the surrounding mill buildings not yet renovated are currently occupied by an array of artists and musicians. Think Soho in the 80's. It is an edgy, transitional location within walking distance to the adjacent restaurants, galleries and nightlife of the West End and Federal Hill. 3 Min. walk to the Bus in Olneyville square will take you around town. Centrally located. 7 min. drive to downtown, the eastside, and everything else Providence has to offer.



King Bed with quality linens

Fast Wifi

Kitchenette with stocked coffee maker, teas, a toaster, refrigerator and microwave

Bright bathroom with large shower, Plenty of clean towels, organic shampoo, conditioner, body wash, and blow dryer

Laptop friendly workspace


Iron and board provided

Air Conditioning/Heat

Off Peak Rates

3 Night Minimum Stay
$119/night October-April

Peak Rates

3 Night Minimum Stay
$149-$159/night May-September




Fantastic place in a perfect location.

“Fantastic place in a perfect location. Peter and Jim were excellent hosts. The loft was exactly as pictured, super clean, comfortable and stylish. Location is central to Olneyville, Federal Hill, and all that Providence's West End has to offer. Checking in and out was a breeze, and parking was easy. Quite honestly the best experience I've had so far in Providence”

— Curt
June 2017

Excellent taste and high design style of the hosts was beyond our expectations!

We’ve been traveling to Providence from CA for 4 years and grew tired of staying at conventional hotels, so started looking for a more unique experience. We stumbled upon this amazing find on Airbnb! We we could not believe there was something this cool in the location we were familiar with! We always wanted to stay in a modern urban loft with natural brick, wood & concrete finishes! This beautifully renovated historic building and the excellent taste and high design style of the hosts was beyond our expectations! The room feels vast with its 20 ft ceilings and the decor is fresh, modern and lovingly embellished with J Schatz’s beautifully crafted ceramic home goods from the incredible lamps to the dishes and even the cabinet hardware. The bed was also very comfortable and their handcrafted nightlight is sure to provide you with a fun surprise! The hosts also put a lot of time and energy into making sure you have very clear details on everything you need to know, along with an incredible list of restaurants and they make supply you with high quality coffee, teas and toiletries from Whole Foods. You can meet Peter and Jim in their studio where you will be inspired by their incredible collection of ceramic goods, their love for design & life, and their warm and inviting personalities. We found everything to be simply irresistible!

— Belinda
April 2018

Our stay was amazing!

“Our stay with Jim and Peter was amazing! They were friendly, welcoming, and checking in/out was easy. The place was very clean and exactly as described and pictured. The beautiful handcrafted décor was a bonus to the cool loft in a historic mill. Location was perfect with access to everything Providence has to offer including Federal Hill, amazing restaurants, and all the excitement downtown. We loved our stay and highly recommend them if you plan to visit the Providence area!”

June 2017


The Dye House Loft Building


Built in 1880

Built in 1880, the building was the former dye house for the Weybosset Mills and is on the national register of historic places. The 5,000 sq. ft, one-and-one-half-story building has windows on both sides that allow natural light into the building throughout the day. It is an inspiring space that is located near wonderful restaurants and nightlife. We have tastefully renovated the entire mill with a very modern and comfortable aesthetic.



Your getaway is waiting.

Dye House Lofts. A place to call home when you visit Providence.