À propos de ce logement
Welcome to my house! It's light, comfortable, and filled with mid-century furnishings and art. It has a backyard with a deck for morning coffee and evening cocktails. There is permitted street parking (I provide a parking pass for you), internet and use of the kitchen, living and dining room and washer and dryer. New hardwood floors and plaster walls.
Your room has it's own recently remodeled master bathroom with shower and bathtub and connects to the kitchen and backdoor that leads to the yard. It has 4 large windows that open out unto my backyard. The bed is a comfy queen size with fresh, cozy sheets and feather bed.
Sorry! there is no air-conditioning; I open windows and there is a new ceiling fan. And no TV or cable-we stream from our computer but I have HULU and NETFLIX for your use. I hope you like dogs because I have a wonderful dog named Marley who will greet you at the door with a wagging tail. I love having guests and sharing my house so during your stay, please remember to make yourself at home!
My house is located in the upscale Hancock Park neighborhood in the heart of Hollywood, very safe for walking. My residential street is off the famous shopping street- Melrose ave. Both the Metro lines and bus routes/stops are within safe and easy walking distance. Hollywood BLVD. is a 10-15 minute walk. A hike in the Hollywood hills with panoramic views is minutes away....Location!
Some nearby P.O.I, and worthwhile spots include: LACMA and LA tar pits (5 min. drive). Avenue of the Stars and Grauman's Chinese Theatre (5 min. drive or 15 min. walk) Runyon Canyon for views and hiking (5 min. drive) Hollywood Hills and Griffith Park (10 min. drive) Universal Studios (10 min. drive). Hollywood Forever Cemetery (5 min. drive). 101 FWY is off Highland, 5 minute drive. 10 FWY is 15 minute drive.
For the foodies: MOZZA pizza (around the corner), Mud Hen tavern (around the corner),PINK's hotdogs (on La Brea, 4 blocks away) Hatfield's (down the street) MCafe, Ammo, Cube, Providence (5 minute walks)
Accès des voyageurs
washer and dryer
hulu and netflix (with guest's own computer)
fresh towels and sheets
fireplace when it's chilly
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I love hosting and grew up with endless visitors and guests so I interact as much as the guest wants to-(depending on our respective work and play schedules)
No smoking in the house but OK on front and back decks.
New hardwood floors so we kick off our shoes while inside.
We always recycle, watch water usage, and turn off lights
when we leave the house so please be respectful of this.
One pet allowed with additional fee of $20.00 per night-
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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Greetings fellow travelers and adventurers. I'm from San Francisco and I travel back and forth between LA and SF both for work and pleasure. I'm an artist and graphic designer working in the no-profit sector for museums, state agencies and local arts programs. My house has been a great oasis of creativity, peace and play time over the years. I take great pride in my home and love to share it with family, friends and now strangers that need an easy, clean and cool place to stay in the heart of Hollywood, California. Every weekend, you will find me up in the hills on my mountain bike or down on the California coast, always with my dog, Marley. Growing up, my family lived and worked overseas in South America and the West Indies so the travel bug continues to bite. My joys are time spent with dear friends and my wonderful family, quiet time in my studio, and experiences in far away places...where the possibilities for new friends, wild and strange inspiration and shared discoveries are all there if your eyes and heart are open. Miscellaneous bits about me: I accept all music recommendations from friends and strangers alike and will try all food put in front of me as long as it's not pink or enshrined in shrink wrap. "Off the beaten path" is my general rule for travel.