ผู้เข้าพัก 2 คน
Quiet room in 1920-built home overlooking a beautiful garden.Full use of dining/front porch/back deck/garden/fire pit.Shared bathroom/kitchen/living room +. Extreme WiFi; HDTV/TiVo/Netflix. Dogs OK; one lives here. CONTACT TO RENT WHOLE HOUSE.
Morning is sunny! Two large windows brighten this east-facing room... but two heavy curtains can also keep it dark and cozy. Excellent Serta Queen sized bed. High thread-count cotton sheets and your choice of many pillows. Good closet space and mirror. Ultra high speed internet/WiFi access point is in the room. Towels, toiletries provided.
Welcome! Make yourself at home. Make full use of the dining room/front porch/back (website hidden) room/bathrooms/living room/kitchen are all shared. Office (attic) and basement are off limits. WiFi password is in the room. Laundry is not available.
Tea/Coffee will be provided ; you're also welcome to use the fridge to store food to make your own meals. Let's discuss what kitchen utensils you might need to save too much pots & pans clanking. Floors are old and creaky... Be considerate of others in the house if up really late or early.
No smoking; alcohol fine - the martini shaker is shared! Dogs allowed/Have a doggie door for convenience in/out but wipe puppy's feet if they've been trekking in the garden (towels provided). Of course, please pick up after your pet. Please wipe your own feet too. Remove shoes in the house. Be noise respectful, and don't flush if someone is in the shower. Hang up wet towels in the bathroom; replace empty toilet rolls...generally, leave things the way you find them. PLEASE READ HOUSE RULES IN THE ROOM WHEN YOU ARRIVE.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
I'm a professional who has a great house in a great 'hood: walking distance to Syracuse University and steps from Westcott/Euclid in the University neighborhood. There is a friendly, spoiled large dog in this household; a home that is excited to welcome you (and your dog).
Motto in life is "It isn't what happens, it's how you recover".