À propos de ce logement
You’ll love this pleasant residential area, 5 minute drive to campus/downtown. Walk to farmers market and parks. Spacious, clean, comfortable private space in walkout lower level. Separate entrance, 1 bedroom,1 bath, living/eating area.Couples, solo, business, families (with 1-2 kids, 6+). Limited cooking. Microwave, mini fridge, coffee pot, toaster oven, and hotplate available. No kitchen sink. We clean dishes left in bin daily. Disposables provided. Please note: We live upstairs.
Lower level guest quarters. Bedroom with queen bed, living room with queen fold out couch. Bath with shower. Eating and mini kitchen area in living room. As stated above there is no kitchen sink in living room but we make it convenient for you to let us do any dishes. However, there is a big darkroom sink in the adjoining basement room that can be used if you desire. (If you don't mind a little funky)
Accès des voyageurs
access to the 3 rooms. washer and dryer are upstairs in host living area and may be used by arrangement with host.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live upstairs and are available to assist with any needs. We are more than happy to suggest places to eat,visit,etc. A notebook is provided with information and suggestions.
There is no kitchen sink. We have provided both paper/plastic and regular plates, bowls, cutlery, etc. If you choose to use the washables we will provide a bin for dirty dishes and pans which you can leave on the landing. We will check and wash them a few times a day. There is a darkroom sink available in the furnace room off the living area where you can wash dishes if you prefer.
- Smoking allowed outdoors only
- We live upstairs so we ask for respect of noise after 11:00pm
- Children must be with adults and have adult supervision at all times.
Suitable for children with parents over 6.
- 4 people maximum
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I am an ophthalmic photographer at the Kellogg eye center, Ann Arbor, MI. My husband is a retired University of Michigan Photographer. We have our own photography business which has been very active, but we are now slowing that down as I near retirement. We love to travel and experience different cultures. We are adaptable and prefer getting off the beaten path, hiking, exploring cities and neighborhoods, checking out local food,music, art,meeting new people, etc. We also like to read , relax and use our cameras! We have stayed in air B&B rentals a number of times, the most recent being last winter in Puerto Rico. We prefer them to hotels , and have always had very favorable and memorable experiences.