About this listing
Sunny, simple home that comfortably sleeps 6. Enjoy a short walk to restaurants, bakery, beach, yoga studio, and playground. Easy 10-minute drive into Portland. Room for the whole family!
The price of your stay includes 9% Maine Lodging Tax.
The house includes three bedrooms plus living room sofa. Sleeping quarters include:
1. Master with Queen Bed (space for portable crib)
2. A mid-sized room with twin bed (with space for portable)
3. A smaller bedroom with a full-sized futon and TV with Apple TV (Hulu, HBO GO, etc.).
4. The couch in the living room is the size of a twin bed, and is super comfy, so can serve as additional sleeping space if needed.
Guests will have access to their bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, living, dining room, and back yard including grill, folding chairs (take chairs to the beach if you like). Plus a driveway for 2 cars. Cherry and apple tree fruit also available when in season.
Interaction with guests
There's a keypad lock on the front door, making entry and exit easy. I'll be available by phone/email/text for questions. Usually guests will not see me during their visit because if you're there, I'm traveling!
Other things to note
It's about a 10-minute drive or 20-minute bike ride to the center of Portland.
It is about a 20-minute drive from the airport. There is also a bus that goes to the center of Portland. It picks/up drops off about a block from the house.
Please do not smoke on the property. The house is in a quiet neighborhood and is not conducive for loud evenings, parties etc., so please respect that.
Please do not use the fireplace.
Please check in with me before inviting folks other than the ones declared in your reservation over to the house. I'm ok with visitors, but I'd like to know about them.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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I am currently in massage therapy school, which occupies most of my time, though I do manage to work on some freelance and volunteer projects as well. I'm also obsessed with good food and will gladly entertain any questions about our local food scene from farm to fancy restaurant.
If you love food, you'll love it here! My house is (very) slowly adopting some permaculture principles and little by little, I'm adding more edibles to the landscape (apples, cherries, rhubarb, strawberries, cranberries and volunteer pansies so far).
Other than that, I facilitate groups on challenge courses, coordinate student activists to reduce bottled water use on college campuses, create art and music, paint other people's walls for money, and generally look after my house and guests.