About this listing
This comfortable space is very quiet and full of light. Proximity to restaurants and parks as well as very good transit options. Beacon Hill station only minutes away for easy transportation to downtown and airport. LGBT-friendly!
This is a large room with ensuite bathroom. It's located on the first floor of our house and it's completely separated from it by the laundry room (which is shared). Queen size bed. Tea/coffee bar and microwave oven available.
The room has its own access door located at the back of the house. Enter from the front then walk on the left side of the house to reach the back.
Enjoy the zen garden!! The palm trees offer a nice shade and the fence provides privacy for your moments of relax. (Please, keep front and back yard gates closed at all times.)
Interaction with guests
We have lived in Seattle for quite a few years now and are happy to offer help and recommendations about transport, sight-seeing, best restaurants and bars.
-Standard check-in time is at 4:30pm and check-out is at 9:30am.
-No smoking inside or outside unit (strict policy); violators will be charged a penalty fee of $300,00.
-Pets are allowed if well-behaved. Only fixed/neutered puppies, please. Cats will have to stay indoors at all times.
-No additional guests unless previously cleared with host.
-No minors left unattended.
-Street parking available only (it's really easy to find parking in the immediate proximity of the house).
-Keep noise and music to a minimum after 10:00pm.
-Please call provided number for questions of any kind, requests or in case of an emergency.
Thank you in advance for your attention to the above policies, your consideration is appreciated. - M&N
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I am originally from Naples, Italy, but I also lived for a few years in London, UK, before moving to Seattle six years ago. I try to go back to Europe at least once a year. My roots there are still really strong, even though I find myself more and more falling in love with this crazy unique place that is the US.
I love to travel and visit different places. In the last few years I visited Mexico (quite a few times), Bali, Hong Kong, Dubai, Oman, Doha, Vietnam, and I can't wait to start planning my next big trip: Scandinavia!
Being a traveler myself, I believe I understand what a person is looking for when moving from point A to point B: comfort, good vibes, good locations, good transport options, and I believe that our space offers that in abundance. Of course, no place is perfect for everyone. In Italian we have a saying: La vita è bella perché è varia (Life is beautiful because it's varied). And I live by that.
In 2014 I finally became a fully-fledged yoga teacher in the Anusara tradition. Although I practice regularly, I have not yet found a space (more a mental space than an actual studio) to teach. But I patiently wait. It will happen once it's time. In the meantime, I enjoy exploring different studios and traditions. Seattle has so much to offer when it comes to yoga. Ask me for tips!
DIVERSITY AND EQUALITY FOR ALL!!!