The room is spacious with good light, has a comfortable double bed,plenty of wardrobe and draw storage, so you can stop living out of your suitcase and feel at home. Flat screen TV publicTV media player, very homely,warm and relaxed comforting feel.
The large living room is very comfortable with a huge sofa and gas fire that warms the whole place, dinning table is here too and many a meal wine and tall tale has been told here, its a great space to be your self.
The Kitchen has everything you need to cook up some fine dining.
The bathroom is a bit dated but has a large bath tub and the gas hot water is piping hot.
The room is very cozy and and you will feel right at home.
The wireless internet is unlimited so go nuts!
Only my room is off limits, the whole place is for you to feel at home and enjoy your stay.
Interaction with guests
I have been travelling for 30 years and my most favourite experiences are the people I've meet,it's a pinnacle part, and if I can help you in any way to make your stay better for you, then I would be more than happy to help.
You will feel very welcomed in my home.
Other things to note
In the same sense if you don't wish to interact your privacy will be fully respected, and you can make your holiday as you wish.
My one big rule is no outside guest if they don't have an airbnb reference or part of the booking then they are really a stranger to me and not allowed in my house I'm sure you will all find that fair.
Please don't leave dirty dishes in the sink.
Please don't bang the doors.
Every house has rules but I am no warden all I ask is that you respect my home and be curtious , and we will get along just fine.
Who am I? The eternal question...
Well to be honest I'm just a normal guy, who has lived an extraordinary life, raised on the beaches of Australia and given a wanderlust from travelling with my family, from surfing in Bali to snow skiing in Lake Thahoe !
At 21 years old I left Australia for 6 month round the world trip........... it lasted 17 years.
I have lived in San Francisco for a couple of years, Spain for a few, France in the Alpes for 14 years, and have seen everything from the southern tips of Argentina to the northern point of Norway and everything in between.
In France I turned my passion into a career working as an extreme winter sports cameraman/film maker traveling the world filming professional skiers and snowboarders (dream job).
Although I traveled a lot for work I would still travel in my down time, I can't help it I'm addicted to the adventure,the experiences, the people you meet, the memories that last a life time.
I live now again in Sydney to be closer to my family, especially my 4 nieces, I have a small film production company that I work very hard at all year, to do one thing, take 6 weeks off each year to travel.....
My only advice to everyone:
"In the end you will only have memories, so be rich with them."