Guests enjoy the privacy and charm of this room in our 1911 North-end Craftsman bungalow. The art and book-filled house has lots of character. Downtown is just a mile away. Parking, Wi-Fi, morning coffee, breakfast are free. There is one bathroom, shared with hosts. Pets welcome!
We expect guests to be respectful of our home and of us. No rowdy partying or drugs.
We love dogs and welcome well-behaved pets. Robert smokes a pipe on the front porch. Smokers can join him there.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral. En cas d'annulation au cours des 24 heures précédant le voyage, la première nuit n'est pas remboursable.
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I am the Cultural Planner for the Boise City Department of Arts & History. I also am an adjunct professor teaching creativity and design thinking skills at Boise State University. A native of Boise, Idaho, I'm an active visual artist who graduated from University of Oregon in 1990 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. I work in many mediums including stained glass, encaustic painting, ceramics, printmaking and collage. In 2011 I became a founding board member for Surel's Place, an Artist-in-Residency program. In 2008 I completed my Masters in Public Administration and Graduate Certificate for Regional and Community Planning at BSU with a focus on cultural policy and planning. I love to travel and see new cities, especially those with interesting museums, architecture, and landscapes.
My husband Robert Engbers is a former high-school history teacher who loves to read and smoke his pipe. Robert, a native New Yorker, is well-versed in American history and enjoys a good discussion about American politics. His undergraduate degree is from NYU in politics and his masters degree is in history from the City University of New York in Queens. He is the primary on the ground host and is home much of the time. He loves to cook, read, and do home-improvement projects.