A 1.5 mile drive to Duke Hospital and University. Next to Duke Forest in a lovely safe neighborhood in a large Colonial home. Separate entry to large suite above garage easily accommodating 4 people. Ideal for graduations and short stays for patients
Our home is in an established safe neighborhood. It is so popular that they have recently built a new addition to American Village and named it the Colony. Some of Duke basketball's assistant coaches live there.
There will be a microwave, mini-refridgerator, coffee maker. wifi access, and you are welcome to use our backyard deck and listen to the native birds chirp and eat at the bird feeders.
We are very friendly and will interact with you as little or a lot, according to your preference.
minimum stay 2 nights unless willing to pay $100 for 1 night stay
We simply ask that you be respectful and we will be in turn. If you need anything and someone is home, just knock or contact us with the information provided in your room.
We have lived in a family friendly and safe neighborhood for years now. You will see people walking/running with their dogs, or biking throughout the neighborhood with their family/friends. Durham has been our home since 1989 and we absolutely love it here! If you stay with us, you will not be disappointed with all the amenities, restaurants, access to the Universities, downtown, Duke hospital, and the plethora of Art and Culture. Collegiate sports, seasonal ADF, and traveling Broadway plays at Durham's premiere DPAC, the largest art theater venue in NC. Do not forget your golf clubs as there are various courses to play here and you may want to bring your baseball mitt for our famous minor league team Bull Durham. Who knows, you may catch that foul ball.
Your Airb&b room is a suite with it's own private entrance through the garage. You will have a microwave, coffee maker, and mini-refrigerator in your room stocked with bottled water. You will have access to our deck as well to have your coffee or meal.
The patron, Jorge, of the house is retired. The matron, Erlinda, is semi-retired. We have two daughters and two grandchildren.