Sunny double room + small sunroom, in character cottage, 10 min walk to City Centre, Merivale cafes, Hagley Park, 5 min Edgeware shops, Baileys pub, Abberley Park. Fully fenced private garden. Unlimited Wifi, small fridge in room.
Unlimited WiFi plan means you can use the internet whenever you wish, from your room or anywhere in the house.
You will have access to a shared bathroom with shower, basin, toilet and washing machine. Bring your own toiletries, also washing powder for the machine. Soap, hand-towels and bathmats are always available.
Please be aware this is a busy Airbnb house, especially in summer. 5-8 people from different countries are all sharing 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen. It works fine for most people, the house is clean and peaceful!
There is a stack of wood ready chopped in case you would like to make a fire in the living room, and many guests have enjoyed chatting or eating together round the hearth. There is always a guitar nearby if the mood takes you!
Outside, a barbecue, outdoor chairs and tables are available to make the most of fine weather.
I will be around at least part of every day, and happy to help with any requests for information. If any issues arise, text me!
There is a little shop just opposite, next to the bus stop. It is open from 7am to 9pm, seven days a week. You can buy basics like bread, milk, and all kinds of snacks and junk food here!
The supermarket is 7 minutes walk away on Edgeware Road.
Quiet enjoyment is the theme of the house. Please relax and make use of the bathroom and kitchen as your own home - don't forget to dry and put away your dishes after each meal, always leave the bathroom "in a better condition than you found it" and we will all be very happy!
Help with heavy items is warmly appreciated, e.g. bringing in the logs for the fire, moving furniture (comes up more often than you might think!)
No pets, no smoking. Sorry, no guests under 18 years of age.
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Love travels in Europe, classical music and singing (choral and folk), learning languages like French and Chinese, philosophy, tai chi (taijiquan) and all my work roles in publishing, translation, interpreting and admin.
I love Dorothy Dunnett, Georgette Heyer, and read around 10 books a week. I mostly cook Mediterranean vegetarian (I do eat eggs and dairy) but other people in the house eat whatever they like. There are usually a few working holiday-makers and language students from every nationality around, as I enjoy their dynamism and openness to new experiences.
I want to make the most of Life, and for me that means enjoying the challenges and evolution.