My place is close to Kimberton Whole Foods, Post Office, Station Bistro, Kimberton Inn, Earth Speak new age gifts, Purls of Wisdom yarn store, and across the street from Ideas Bookstore. You’ll love the light, the comfy bed, the coziness. See "Kimberton Village" for a 2nd family room. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
The house is right in the village of Kimberton and across from a great hang-out place: Ideas bookstore, where Shannon will welcome you with a cup of tea and a place to lounge.
Our house is beautifully painted throughout, with living/dining room featuring "lazure" painting by Robert Logsdon.
For electric car owners: We have a fast charge outlet.
If you need kitchen use, just ask! (There's a mini-fridge and microwave in the room.)
You can have access our kitchen, as needed.
We don't serve breakfast, but if you would like some fruit and granola, we're happy to offer that.
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If another guest is booked for the 2nd Airbnb room, then the bathroom is shared; otherwise it's private. (Room is located next to the bathroom on the second floor.)
The room is small, but cozy, with heat & A/C controls in the room.
There's a fridge and microwave in the room.
We have two rooms - the larger rents for $41/night, so ask for a discount if you're getting both rooms.
Empty nesters, living on a quiet street in the village of Kimberton, near shops & restaurants. Joel is a retired architect, and Margo works part-time at Camphill Special School. We're involved with several non-profits, and Margo is coordinator of Phoenixville Area Time Bank. We are musicians, playing oboes in community orchestra and recorders & lyre in local ensembles.