About this listing
There's a king size bed and an available queen size blow-up bed w/out a frame suitable for one young adult or 2 small children. Huge walk-in closet, double sink in attached, private bathroom, shower stall, Roman tub.
Walking distance from Devon Horse Show. About 3 miles from Valley Forge Park as well as King of Prussia Mall, the 2nd largest mall in USA.
The master bedroom is exceptionally large with an enormous walk-in closet and its own private, double-sink bathroom. There is a shower stall and a huge Roman bathtub. Although sparsely furnished, a TV is provided. There is a nightstand and a bureau for your use. All linens, blankets, bath towels are provided. Please bring your own toiletries.
You'll have access to the kitchen for coffee or light meals (there's a Whole Food and Acme Market within walking distance where you can purchase meals to eat in), living room, and your bedroom.
Interaction with guests
I work out of my house, so I'll be here throughout your stay.
The area is very quiet, and the trees add to the sense of privacy. If you have a car, it's very easy to get around. There is a bus that can take you/link you to virtually anywhere in the entire Philadelphia area.
Walking distance to the train into Philadelphia (about 30 minutes), Dunkin' Donuts, Starbucks, restaurants, and Whole Foods. Close to King of Prussia Shopping Center, Valley Forge Park, shops, more restaurants, Trader Joe's. Local cabs are easily available, as well as Uber.
Other things to note
I am about 2 blocks from the Devon Horse Show grounds, and a 7-minute walk to the railroad station for trains into Philadelphia.
As mentioned, there are 2 grocery stores within walking distance as well as a K-Mart.
No smoking in or on premises.
No outside guests.
Kitchen facilities are available for breakfast. Please keep things neat. You're welcome to bring food in to eat in either the dining room or on the deck.
No children under age 6 please.
I ask that you please take your shoes off inside.
I'm from the Phila. area, and I lived in NYC for 13 years. I had to move out of NYC in February 2009. I miss the City, and I'm in business for myself.
I'd much prefer to stay wherever I travel to as a "resident" instead of as a guest in a hotel. It gives such a different experience.