My warm and friendly home is in a great location for travellers, students and vacationers. Easy access to downtown yet in an awesome residential community, it is a quick bus ride or a nice walk to get to where you want to go.
Note: This fall I am specifically interested in folks who want to stay for a whole month or more and will happily negotiate an affordable price for those who are a good fit for the place.
3 bedrooms available in a bright old character home in the lovely neighbourhood of Wolseley. (also known as Winnipeg's granola belt!)
Share the bathroom and kitchen but also share your stories of travel and adventure with the hosts.
We are walking distance to a natural bakery, Italian and German specialty food stores, banks, bookstore, parks and river. A short bus ride takes you right down town and to The Forks area. There is parking for one guest's car at the house while the others can park half a block down on the same street.
This is a good spot to lay your head for a peaceful sleep while visiting Winnipeg.
Our home is quiet and easy-going and NOT a good fit for partyers or loud folks. It is a no pet, no smoking, no drugs, no drama house.
Come on in and enjoy your stay!
Besides your bedroom, you have use of the kitchen, pantry, laundry area, dining room (good spot to do projects too which require a large table ), sunny living room, porch and small yard. The house has space and you are welcome to use it as your own.
Some basic rules apply so that we can all enjoy the shared spaces in the house.
If you choose to use the kitchen, please tidy up as soon as you are finished.
If you are going to be out very late let us know ahead of time and then tip toe in upon your return.
Simple breakfast fixings are provided but if you would like something special for breakfast we can make that delicious arrangement for a fee. Gluten-free options!
As an easy-going, good natured person with interests in photography, travel, (ah yes, I LOVE travel!), health, creativity, and the like, I enjoy having people from all over come through my place and stay for a little or a lot. It is like traveling without leaving home. This suffices me during times that I am landlocked here in Winnipeg. It helps keep my sense of the world large, keeps me open, and reminds me of the beautiful diversity of it all.