À propos de ce logement
Private 1 bedroom, queen size bed with a private newly remodeled bathroom on the lower level of my family home. You will need to have a car in this area as it is not on a bus or train line. Uber and taxi are alternative options. Very quiet area.
Located in a private, quiet residential community. Far away from the craziness but still perfect location for going around Atlanta which is about 45 mins away. If you like nature, look outside early in the morning and you will find a deer family that frequents the backyard. Tons of rabbits are also hopping around. Stand outside at night to see the beautiful sky; stars that are seem very close in proximity. Quite beautiful. The historic City of Covington is 20 mins away where movies like, In the Heat of the Night was filmed. The series, The Vampire Diaries is also filmed close by if you are a fan. The city center is awesome to hangout for gathering or just to have a meal and drinks with friends.
Accès des voyageurs
Free Parking available in driveway, Wireless Internet Access if needed, overhead fan in room and small heater available if needed in room.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Always available for help. You will have all the privacy you need. However if you need me I'm just a floor above. Please feel free to interact.
Close to Porterdale, Jackson, Conyers, Griffin, McDonough. There is a library 15 mins away on highway 212 and across from it is a really nice park called Denny Dobbs. You can also visit Turner Lake Park for fishing and relaxing. This is a much bigger park.
Cleanliness is a must, no smoking, no pets, no shoes in house and no eating in room to avoid insects. If you need to eat a meal that you take in please just let me know and I'll be more than happy to allow you the use of the kitchen. :-) House slippers is fine. Please be respectful of property and owner, the same courtesy will be extended to you. Thank you and I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay. :-)
Writer, enjoy traveling all over, art lover. Favorite places I've visited thus far are Dorset, England, a place called Durdle Door and Normandy, France. I'm into history and like antiques in any form. Enjoy going to the symphony, theatre, and cinema.