Stay in a sunny private room with separate entrance and use of all amenities, including kitchen, pool and patio. Tea, coffee and kettle in your private room. Walking distance from Melville and near to Constitution Hill, The Origins Museum and many other places of interest. My place is good for solo adventurers, couples and business travelers and I'll gladly assist you in any way I can during your stay. Maps and info avaiable on arrival.
The original pressed ceilings and wooden floors create an ambience of old world charm. You will have exclusive access to the main entrance of the house.
Mi casa es su casa, or in Zulu: ikhaya lami ekhaya lakho. Feel free to use all areas of my home at your leisure. The only area that is private, is my bedroom.
I am available by phone at all times or in person when home. Don't hesitate to approach me if you need information or anything beyond what has been provided in your room.
Please do not invite guests to my home unless you ask.
Parking is available on request, please specify in advance so that this can be arranged
I'm fairly easy going and reasonably well travelled. I've lived in London, Scotland, Cape Town and Japan, and traveled in India, Thailand and a few African countries. I speak English, Afrikaans, and can understand and speak some VERY basic French and the teeniest tiniest bit of Japanese. As a host and human, I think I'm quite adaptabl. If your'e the quiet, private type, I'll fit in with that, but I'm also happy to make us a cup of tea and have a little chatio (chat on the patio) I'm a teacher and make and sell kaleidoscope pendants as my sideline gig. In my spare time, I love walking at the nearby botanical gardens with my dog, Eadie. I enjoy cooking curries and Asian food almost as much as eating it - kick me out of the kitchen if you need to be in it. I often host braais (barbeques) during Summer. I bought my home while living in Japan, and now host as a way to help me pay off the bond and improve and maintain it. Pick me!