🍀🍀NOW BOOKING 2019 FOOTBALL SEASONS! 🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈🏈SECURE YOUR SPOT TODAY—Our location is a Notre Dame Football fan favorite! Make your Fighting Irish 🇮🇪 weekend complete by enjoying a piece of Notre Dame's history right next to campus in beautiful Coquillard Woods.
Layden House was built in 1927 by Russell Smith, the developer of the historic area and founder of Coquillard Woods Social Club (now Morris Park Country Club). Elmer and Edith Layden were residents in the 1940's during his time as Notre Dame's Athletic Diector and his years as The Commissioner of the NFL. Elmer Layden was one of the distinguished members of Notre Dame football's 1924 team under Coach Knute Rockne. Together with Harry Stuhldreher, Don Miller, and Jim Crowley they comprised the winning backfield.
The house is within walking distance to campus and all the entertainment surrounding it (including Eddy Street Commons, The Linebacker, Mulligans, Mitch's, The American Pancake House, Starbucks, and Martin's Grocery Store).
This beautiful home was built in 1927 in the French Tudor architectural style and features 6 bedrooms including one king size, three queen size, one full size, and one twin beds. If needed, there are also 4 full size couches. Fully remodeled, Layden House includes all the charm of a home from its era as well as the convenience of modern amenities (including air conditioning, two refrigerators, dishwasher, and wifi). Outdoor entertaining area features fireplace and three separate patios- one for morning coffee, one for dining, and one for an evening fire. In the time the home was built, the rear lawn was used for croquet matches. Dining Room seats 12. Extra large driveway can house 4 cars... in addition there is legal street parking. No Parking Pass? No problem. Layden House is readily accessible by Ubër or a short walk.
Make your memorable Notre Dame weekend unique with a stay at Layden House!
Note: 🐶Pet dander allergens may be present as we have previously accommodated pets.