Bright and welcoming private room upstairs with private access to hallway bathroom. Quiet neighborhood. Beautiful pool and patio. Fishing pond across the street. Walking and bicycle paths close by. Two miles from downtown.
Longer stays may be available for contract work, training or clinical rotations.
Comfortable queen bed with room to hang cloths in the closet. Iron and ironing board, extra pillows and towels available. Enjoy the living room, dining room, sun room with view of the backyard and pool. No kitchen privileges.
If you have two other friends that need a space, there is another guest room with two twin beds. They would share the hallway bathroom with you. Send a note for more details.
The front door has has push button code access. Your personal code will be sent prior to your arrival. Please park in front of the garage or across the street in the grass.
I work close by and have somewhat flexible hours. I'm often out in the evenings, but enjoy interacting with guests and can recommend restaurants and activities. The house and neighborhood are quiet and peaceful and we enjoy it that way. If you want to stay in, enjoy watching TV in the living room (although there is no cable, you can stream to AppleTV or watch local channels), read a book in the sun room, enjoy the back patio by the pool, or go for a walk to visit some of the nearby parks.
Great location if you're coming to town for the Masters, Peach Jam (walk to the gym!), disc golf championships, Ironman, Arts in the Heart, Westobou Festival or other event.
Please remember that this is not a hotel. This is my home. Please treat it gently and be considerate. Be respectful and professional.
You are welcome to enjoy the pool in season.
Lock the door behind you.
Ask if you have any questions!
Enjoy mountain biking, exploring country roads, kayaking, riding motorcycles...pretty much anything outdoors. I love to travel and especially like to explore the West coast. Some of my favorite trips have been to the Oregon coast, Big Sur, Yosemite and Zion. Visiting Baja and more national parks are on my bucket list.
I work for the local destination marketing organization so if you need tips about where to eat and what to see and do, let me know.