Walk to museums and restaurants. 3 train stops to Downtown and Arts District. 5 minutes to freeways, 10 to airport. This detached, private guesthouse in a 1920s historic district offers peace and tranquility, yet with access to all of Phoenix. Private pond too!
This 200 square foot modern space is a great hub for your visit to Phoenix. Amenities include a cozy Danish sofa bed (perfect for a single or two people who like each other), a private bathroom (with a cool corner toilet), closet, hangers, a small fridge, coffee pot, wine glasses/corkscrew, and, of course, clean sheets and towels.
Accès des voyageurs
You'll access the guesthouse via the side yard gate. You're also welcome to use the backyard table and fountain area. We have very friendly neighbors on all sides.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We tend to be busy during the day, but as we live in the main house, we'll definitely be around a lot. If you're interested, we can show you around our unusual desert garden (front and back), our rooftop solar panels and our rainwater harvesting system. Our little terrier, Mr. Bingley, will greet you when you first arrive; he's very friendly and loves a belly rub if you're in the mood. Hummingbirds and lizards frequent the garden, too.
We are half a block from a light rail stop, so that's a great way to get here from the airport, and to get to downtown (including the Convention Center) or to ASU. If you have a car, we have limited street parking during the day, but we have secret spots (very nearby) we can direct you to. The room has an independently controlled heating/cooling unit.
Please respect our space. No parties, hook ups, or strangers to our property, but already-known friends over for coffee, happy hour, or to relax with you in our garden are certainly welcomed. Please, no pets.
We work on the academic calendar -- a few weeks off in winter, Spring Break, and then 12 weeks off in the summer. We have long made the most of things. Among our best travel habits: less is more when deciding how many places to visit on a given trip; life happens when you just start walking; rent a bike; find a communal table if possible. Stop to pet cute dogs.