Visitors have called our 1700's house "an oasis" and "a place out of time." This private apartment, with separate entrance, is located on one side of our historic duplex. One bedroom has a queen bed, and there is a full-size futon in the living room. We prefer monthly rentals, though sometimes take weekly.
Guests share the back yard with us. The space is business-ready, except that our small, friendly dog shares the yard, too, so you may encounter her. She does not enter your apartment.
Great for business, world travelers and those wanting an alternative to university housing. We've enjoyed hosting educators, Princeton University graduate students, business travelers and many others.
The bath and bedroom are on the 2nd floor. Tall guests need to bend a bit in climbing the last two stairs, because of the slanted ceiling.
Přístup pro hosty
This fully private apartment includes:
-- Bedroom on 2nd floor with a queen-size bed (new foam mattress);
-- Eat-in-kitchen with dishwasher; washer and dryer is also in the kitchen;
-- Living room: flat screen smart TV and wifi; desk upon request.
-- Full-size futon in the living room pulls out to sleep two additional guests;
-- Bathroom has antique clawfoot tub; though the shower head is modern!
-- Private workout room with yoga mat, balance ball and medicine ball, available just for you on weekday mornings and all day on weekends!
Vztahy s hosty
I give you the space you need while being available for advice on local restaurants, transportation, theater, parks and other interests.
Další věci, které stojí za zmínku
We have a small, friendly Maltese-Poodle that uses the back yard. You may encounter her on your way in and out of the house.
Although the apartment is private, it shares two living room walls with the host. For this reason we request that guests are respectful as to their level of sound. We as the hosts also take care to do the same. TV, music and other electronics are naturally welcome, but at "normal" levels.
I'm an author, mom, business consultant, dog-lover and love hosting people! I spend most of my time at home, doing writing or business, and I think of our place as a good spot on the planet. On any given day, Maggie will be chasing squirrels in the backyard. I will be on my computer, coffee at the ready. In the summer, I love the beach...even when it's crowded.
My husband, Jonathan, and I have lived in the Princeton area since 2000 and love walking along the canals, exploring the towns along the Delaware River and eating in new restaurants that pop up in Princeton. We're movie-watchers, and if you talk to Jonathan long enough, he will no doubt find a way to refer to a line in a movie.
Trips with long flights don't call my name, but we've done some of that. One year we went to Kenya and Tanzania for three weeks. Another year found us in St. Petersburg and Lithuania. My most memorable travel fiasco was getting kicked off a train in Belarus for not having the right paperwork for passing through. That was stressful. A better memory is a trip to San Francisco and hanging out near a bunch of sea lions. Or swimming with a sea turtle in Hawaii. That was something I'll never forget and it still sometimes gives me tingles.
My motto is: "Hold onto the good stuff!" Thankfully, life has a lot of good stuff in it to hold onto!