A large bedroom with vintage furniture is part of our 1950's home, five minutes from Savannah's historic district, twenty minutes to the beach, and twenty minutes to I-95. We welcome couples, LGBT, and solo travelers. Free parking and wi-fi.
The room has wi-fi, ceiling fan, a queen sleigh bed, man's chess of drawers, another chest of drawers, ladies vanity, full length mirror, and closet. There is a full bath that is rented with the room which can be shared if another guest is in the house. Free parking is in the driveway or on the street. A new washer and new dryer is available for use
You will have your own key to your room and the house.
Interaction with guests
I am available to suggest places to eat and things to do, with maps and other information.
Other things to note
This is my home that I am happy to offer.
1. As the neighborhood consists of working families, please no loud noise after 11 pm.
2. No smoking or drugs. Sorry, no pets, due to allergies of other guests.
3. Only registered extra persons. Please sign in with each person's name.
4. There is space in the refrigerator for your food items.
5. Check out time is 11 AM firm.
6. Note there is a cleaning fee, to provide a change of bed linens every two weeks. Towels are available in the bath closet.
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I am recently retired and love to draw, paint, dance contra, and do home exchanges. Travelling is great fun! I set up my house to be what I like when I travel.....clean, safe, quiet, with a garden for restful moments, and a local person for suggestions of things to do, directions, and bit of local history.
For the past five years I have been doing home exchanges in Paris, Amsterdam, Breda, Netherlands, Washington DC, Chicago, Sand Diego, and Asheville, NC. The experiences have been so worthwhile that I decided to expand my options for meeting interesting people. When I found Airbnb, the rest was easy! I found an ever expanding community of travelers like me, looking for inexpensive, homely places to stay and make contact with local people. Thinking back, I suspect it all started with that movie about home exchanging, The Holiday, and Binchy's book, Tara Road, about a US-Ireland exchange..... great stories.