1926 bungalow guest house with a lighted private entrance and off street parking. Close walking distance to pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and a nice bakery. Two blocks to the bus lines for access to the city and airport. Bike rental is available downtown and throughout the city for great rides in Tampa.
The space is a 500 square foot apartment built in 1926 as a garage and guest house to the main house built in 1912. It features wavy glass windows with lots of light. The second floor porch is a great place to enjoy the Florida weather, read or take a nap. The kitchen is fully equipped for any light cooking you may want to do during your stay. There is a microwave, toaster and K-cup coffee maker for your use. Complementary bottled water and k-cup coffee and tea is provided to get you started.
Guest access is from the alley. The alley gate has a motion activated light. Access to the apartment is through the locked alley gate and two locked doors for your security.
I will be available to check you in and out, help you with your luggage if needed and for any questions you might have during you stay.
Please note. The entry is a steep winding staircase. (see photos) Guests with health conditions should consider this. Also, guests with children should consider the low railings on the second floor porch. We do not recommend toddlers or children for this property.
No smoking in the house but feel free to smoke outside. PLEASE, no eating in bed. One drop of pizza grease ruins the sheets. No more than 8 people are allowed in the house at any one time. No parties or pets. Keep the gate locked at all times and close the windows when you have the air conditioning or heat running. Do not open any windows that do not have screens on them. If you cook, wash your dishes and leave them in the drying rack.
We are a free spirit kind of couple that love to eat and travel . Faythe is a massage therapist and David is a contractor and a jack of all trades kind of guy. We also like to camp in our Casita travel trailer and motorcycle in the smoky mountains. Our hosting style is pretty hands off. We feel our guests are on vacation and may not want to be bothered by chatty hosts. However, we do enjoy learning about our guests and would welcome conversation.