Lovely large room with great light in a townhouse, 15 minute walk (2 minute drive) to downtown Healdsburg. Across the street from the Russian River, beach, and kayak rentals/launch site. Next door to dozens of wine tasting rooms and cycle rentals.
Perfect for wine lovers, cyclists, or stressed city folk ;-) Whether you need an extended vacation, are looking to move here, or need a place to live during harvest! This is a nice townhouse with a large living room and kitchen as the public spaces. There is a small patio with potted plants, a table, chairs, and umbrellas. Please note that the main bathroom is shared with me, though it is still very nicely en-suite. The half bath is conveniently off the kitchen and living room.
You'll have full access to the house, kitchen, and patio. Feel free to cook and hang out! Free usage of washer and dryer (before 10 pm please!).
I live in the townhouse, in the second bedroom, so I'm always available for questions, assistance, and other resources. I have a busy schedule, so you'll have a lot of room to yourself.
I have 2 adorable indoor cats.
Please be respectful as to kitchen cleanliness after meals, food/beverages not left around the house, and noise levels after midnight.
ตั้งแต่วันที่ 01 กรกฎาคม 2017 - 30 กันยายน 2017 จำนวนคืนขั้นต่ำคือ 30 คืน
I'm a wine professional, writer, unabashed Trekkie, and happy jack-of-all-trades. I manage a boutique family winery's tasting room. Until recently I made wine at a well-known and loved Sonoma winery, and I was a wine educator and manager of wine tastings, events, and marketing at a major international winery. I love to travel (over 35 countries), I'm well read, and I love to eat anything and everything. In a former life, and hopefully a future one too, I was a professional writer, in PR, journalism, and fiction, and my academic background is in theatre.
In my travels, I try to include a new wine region to explore. I've done this in France, Italy, Spain, Israel, and the US, but there is always more to taste and learn. I'm more "off the beaten path" than "by the book." When a road less traveled appears to me on my journeys, I take it.
I've used Airbnb both as a traveler and as a host. I value this site, as I've made friends, and seen places (and stayed in places) I never thought I would see, as a consequence. I've rarely had a bad experience, and I hope that if we meet, we'll have a great time, too.
(Reviews may reference Carolyn, my sister, as we used to live and host together)