À propos de ce logement
1 double-bedroom (as shown in the photos), incl: good quality bed, desk and chair, full wardrobe, in a 3-bedroom house, in one of the best streets in Birchwood, with 2 nature parks within 3-5 minutes walking distance.
7 minutes walk to Birchwood Business Park office complex.
20 minutes walk or 3 minutes bus ride to Birchwood train station and Shopping Centre.
Flexible and low cost pricing structure: if it is on monthly basis, it is just over 14GBP per night.
Free fast wi-fi.
1 double-bedroom in a 3-bedroom house, in one of the best streets in Birchwood, with 2 nature parks within 3-5 minutes walking distance,
It has 2 car parking spaces – this is free and ideal for a professional tenant/lodger who works in the Birchwood Park office complex because car parking alone there costs £9 a day.
7 minutes walking distance to Birchwood Park office complex - there is a short cut through the park. Online map doesn't know that, therefore it can not show it. But with local knowledge I can show you personally.
20 minutes walking distance (or 3 minutes bus ride) to Birchwood railway station; 6 minutes by car to Warrington city center, 18 minutes by car to Manchester city center, 25 minutes by car to Liverpool city center.
35 minutes walk (or 10 minutes bus ride) to the Warrington Campus of the University of Chester.
Pricing structure :
- less than 7 nights: £25/per person/per night
- weekly: £135 -- this includes 20% discount. So on weekly basis, it is only 20GBP per night.
- monthly: £440 -- this includes 42% discount. So on monthly basis, it is just over 14GBP per night.
The above pricing includes all bills such as council tax, electricity, gas, water, broadband, etc. but does not include meals or other personal items.
The room is suited for 1 person only on long term basis, but it is big enough for 2 persons - the second person will just pay extra £8/per night for short occasional stay of no more than 2 nights per week.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to all common areas.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
as much or as little as guests prefer...
A welcome drink – tea or coffee is offered for free.
People use airbnb to look for a room as a cheaper alternative to hotels, but price is not the only difference between them. When I book a room on Airbnb, I always remind myself that I am staying at other people's home (i.e. other people's private space) and not in a hotel, so I don't carry hotel staying attitude, expectation and behaviour. I hope my potential guests will do the same.
Just to state the obvious: To be considerate to others in the house and to the neighbours, that means no playing loud music in the bedroom, no eating or drinking or smoking in the bedroom (you can eat or drink in the dining room, or smoking outside the house in the gardens). Be careful with water when having shower. Be careful with gas when cooking. Use the washing machine with a full load, that means don't use the washing machine with just a few pieces of dirty clothes. Don't leave the electrical appliances or water running while nobody is using it. Generally keep the bedroom, the bathroom and the house clean.
To return the house key back to the Host on the last day. If the guest loses the house key, he will have to pay for a new set of locks and keys plus replacement labour cost.
It goes without saying: don't damage the property and its contents, otherwise if you break it you have to pay to fix it.
All the obvious house rules should not concern good and proper lodgers, but they do serve as a reminder for everyone.
I DON'T accept bookings made by one person on behalf of another. I only accept guests whose identification is verified by airbnb.
By booking the room, you agree to abide by the above house rules.
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I love travelling around Europe where I enjoy my long holidays and short city breaks. I have been to numerous places in a conventional way, and now I want to experience a different kind of travelling by meeting the locals and seeing things from the locals perspective. That is why I just joined Airbnb. If my experience as a traveller with the Airbnb community is a good one, I might consider to become a host as well. -- update: I just became a host as I listed my spare double room for rent as from today, so I look forward to meeting other guests...
I believe respect of others is important in any kind of relationship, which is true too in the Airbnb community between hosts and travellers.