Simple and comfortable room for long- and shorter-term stayers. Pretty porch right outside with bathroom and kitchen next door. Lovely area, next to nature and still a central spot in Addis. Shared with mixed couple, veterans in Addis scene. Explore town and get a head start from our place!
The house has a small garden and a long porch with access to all the entrances of your different facilities. Even better, it is directed so you can get the afternoon sun and sunset.
The bedroom is simple, 7 square-meters with a 120cm wide bed, shelves for clothes, reading-lamp, available chairs for in- or outside usage, a table/desk for working can be provided. We'll share a kitchen with all sorts of equipment. You have a bathroom next door with hot shower. Your clothes may be hand-washed by our maid for a small fee (3-6$) depending on the amount.
We're a couple from Norway - Vemund and Ethiopia - Frewoyni. We're working on music, language, events, journalism, book-project and much more here in Addis.
Don't hesitate to contact us for any additional questions!
Accès des voyageurs
Next to your room you have a clean bathroom with a hot shower, toilet and a sink outside. Note: Water and electricity is still on and off usually for shorter periods in Addis Abeba. Then there's a kitchen nearly next to your room, shared with us, it has all the equipment you'd need for cooking or making refreshments, we'll share some space in the fridge for your groceries. We'll also organize washing of clothes for a reasonable fee.
You can come and go as you like, with your own key. You're also welcome to invite friends over for the day. Overnight a 5$ fee will apply. Be aware that our dog, Tisu, needs to get accustomed to new people coming through though :)
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We respect your privacy and freedom, you'll get your own keys, and we will be helpful to point you in the right directions of what it might be that you'd be interested in. We'd also wish to give you the experience you're hoping for and with our knowledge about town and Ethiopia in general we're positive that you'll have a good time.
We prefer guests who are staying longer than a couple of days, so we might reject your request if days desired are a long way ahead in time to keep it open for longterm stayers.
Common sense and equal respect.
We are, a male Norwegian which has lived on and off, about 10 years in Ethiopia. Speaking Amharic after studies at Addis Abeba University. Working music related with releases, events and sound, also with translation, teaching and facilitating for visitors with a mission.
A female Ethiopian, educated in journalism, working as event manager, producer and director of documentaries, magazine editor and press related work.