Yours is a private room with a mostly private bathroom in a well maintained 100 years old Craftsman style home. I am two miles from downtown and three from the University. I have a fantastic front porch and swing great for lounging.
This is a private residence where I live, not a business investment solely for Airbnb. I have only one room on Airbnb. Point being - you will not be staying with other random guests.
Your bathroom is across the hall and is mostly private, meaning I will mostly shift to another when you are here to make things easier.
The winter of 2012/2013 the home was featured on the Knoxville Holiday Home Tour where 1,600 people came through. It was insane, and awesome.
Accès des voyageurs
You will have a key to the front door.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will interact with you as much as you like. I would be happy to point you in the direction of cool places to see and eat. I LOVE Knoxville and want you to enjoy your stay. I will definitely be in town, but may not be here all the time.
Guests are welcome to help themselves to breakfast (coffee, espresso, bread, cereal, granola, oatmeal, jam, milk, eggs...). Also welcome to utilize the kitchen.
I get up early for work during the week so you may or may not see me. I will furnish bath towels and sheets.
I can handle five guests, but only if at least one is a kid. Two will be on an bed, two on an airbed, and the fifth on a back-packers sleeping pad. You all will be TIGHT in that room.
I have an electric vehicle charging station if you need it.
Like gentleman and ladies. Pets are okay, but please keep them off all furniture.
I'm in my late 30's, an engineer, fiddle player, kid's robotics coach, avid runner, budding triathlete, driver of an electric car, pretty good cook, lover of scooters, used to be a Navy Submariner, and have a cool life. I'm doing the airbnb.com thing more for the experience and a little for the extra money.
I'm pretty easy going. You may or may not see too much of me and you will probably hear me practicing my fiddle.