About this listing
A friendly host and heavenly bed are there for your comfort when you book this light and airy room!
IMPORTANT: This property is far from La Jolla.
*2 Guests max (no exceptions)
*Private room in residential home
*Brand new furniture and bedding
*On-street parking in front of house
*Downtown: During Comic-Con, one hour by public transport, 2 hours by car; otherwise, one hour by public transport, 10 minutes by car
*Washer/dryer, kitchen privileges
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Built in 1951, this modest pet-free, smoke-free home boasts an 11x8 foot bedroom that features a comfortable queen-size memory foam bed (with enough floor space for your own airbed, if you need it). Wi-Fi is strong and is the highest speed available. You will also have access to an on-site washer/dryer and a large kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, Keurig, etc. The room has no central heating or air-conditioning but the space heater keeps the room toasty warm in winter and fans help to keep it cooler in summer. Bathroom is shared with host.
Street parking is plentiful. Grocery store, Mexican food takeout (a San Diego specialty), convenience store, and public transportation are within five minute walking distance. Just a few minutes away from San Diego State University by bus or car, and a ten minute drive from downtown San Diego.
Per Airbnb guidelines, I hereby state that this is a shared space and I am very allergic to furred animals.
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*$300 damage deposit, returnable after satisfactory checkout inspection, is required.*
In addition to the room, the shared bathroom, and the livingroom, you will also have access to an on-site washer/dryer and a large kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, and other small appliances.
All other areas are off limits.
Interaction with guests
I live in the house, so we will cross paths. I love to help out my guests when needed and enjoy a good conversation, but can also keep to myself. Everyone has their own way and I respect that.
Other things to note
Se habla español
1) Only the person who has booked the listing may enter the house. Be prepared to show photo ID
2) Lost key will incur a $75 charge due to having to replace/rekey the entrance to my home.
3) Due to checkout abuse and the need to ready the room for the next guest, my checkout time is firmly at 11:00 am. Late checkout will incur another night's charge via AirBnB.
4) Absolutely no recreational drugs or smoking anywhere on the property. If you must smoke, please walk a few houses away. If you use an e-cig, you may vape on the front porch only, but never inside the house.
5) Light drinking okay (e.g. a glass of wine, a can of beer). Please do not become intoxicated while staying with me. I am not comfortable with it at all
6) No animals of any kind
7) If you turn it on, you turn it off; if you open it, you close it; if you dirty it, you clean it
8) A closed door means someone is inside (e.g. the bathroom) or it means do not go in
9) Please lower TV volume, avoid loud voices after 10 p.m.
10) No dirty dishes in room or kitchen (eating there is fine, but clean up immediately, please)
11) Please save energy by turning off the lights and heater/fan or any other electrical appliances when you leave the house
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 am friendly and enjoy meeting people from all over the world. I have successfully hosted several visitors in the past via another website similar to Airbnb and have hosted many more via Airbnb. I was born in San Diego and love to help guests enjoy what the city has to offer.
My interests are varied: Netflix, videogames, craft beer, virtual reality, reading, music, and much more.
Internationally, I have been to Canada, Mexico, Italy, and Fiji. Domestically, I have been to all the western states, plus Louisiana, New York, Texas, Florida, and Illinois. I found that I prefer to stay in small "family-run" pensiones or B&Bs rather than hotels. It's just so much more personal.