깨끗하고 개인적인 객실은 수제 통나무 침대, 편안한 퀸 사이즈 통나무 침대 및 책상과 접이식 트윈 침대가있는 옆방으로 2 ~ 3 인용 잠을 잘 수 있습니다. 중앙에서 지하철 + 4.5 블록 떨어진 곳에 위치하며 주방, 파티오 및 현관도 즐길 수 있습니다.
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A clean & private room comfortably sleeps two or three with a handmade log bed, comfortable queen sized log bed, and side room with desk and fold-out twin loveseat bed. Centrally located + 4.5 blocks to the metro, also enjoy kitchen, patio, & porch.
건물 내 무료 주차
가족/어린이 숙박에 적합
퀸 베드 1개
싱글 베드 1개
반려동물 동반에 적합하지 않음
파티나 이벤트 금지
체크인 가능 시간은 14:00 - 02:00(다음 날)입니다
Great value. Great location. Excellent communication from Tiffany. Watch out for stairs. Steep and narrow and in socks (there’s a no shoe rule) carrying luggage we were a bit uneasy. Small children and the elderly should probably avoid.
I appreciate John's many positive remarks but disagree on the input on the stairs. For six years, I've hosted hundreds of families with small children and elderly. Hundreds of people have managed my 12 stairs without any complaint or issue. Most importantly, this house is inspected by DC Department of Regulatory Compliance and it is built to code and passes city inspection standards for safety. This is not news but wood floors are slippery in socks. Therefore, as a safety precaution I inform guests that to book my house, my house rules say “wood floors are slippery in socks” and “please bring indoor shoes as the house has a no shoe policy to keep it clean” and “bring indoor shoes like flip flops because wood floors are slippery in socks”. John accepted this condition by booking my place. I also provide and provided John a basket of slippers for traction that people can use. So this means either John didn’t fully read the house rules he agreed to OR he forgot his indoor shoes OR didn’t wear the free slippers I left for him or all the above. Therefore, I find it a little "challenging” and a bit hurtful for John to write this considering my experience with him as a guest. In full disclosure, John told me his “plans changed at the last minute” right around a busy weekend before a major holiday. I had already prepared the room when he tried to cancel the booking. In all honesty, I didn't agree with his reason for cancelling. When I wouldn’t cancel the reservation (e.g. Hosts also cannot cancel on guests FYI). John changed his plans again and decided to stay meaning his plans hadn’t really changed…which also seemed like John was playing me. As a consolation prize, I gave John free parking since it was a holiday period. Later, John wrote me asking for a key for my house when I state very clearly the house has no key, it’s keyless entry. I felt that John was not reading the information in my listing I gave him to make the most of his experience. I’ve hosted a lot of people and the information I provide is for a guest’s benefit. I am transparent, helpful, and honest. Unfortunately, on AirBnB I find that if a host enforces a house rule, guests penalize hosts in another way (e.g. by implying a negative aspect of the experience), almost like an eye-for-eye. I find this philosophically wrong. Look through my reviews and look at the range of people who have stayed. They are old and young and I was committed to their great experience and always will be. PS. There is a picture of my stairs in my listing. There are not many!
I have a graduate degree from a leading university, love the city and the mountains, and am professional, present, aware, and helpful. I was born in New York City, raised near the city, went to college in Burlington, VT and graduate school in New Haven, CT and lived in Alaska, Wy…
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