*If you prefer to stay in a hotel but they were all booked, airbnb might not be the best option for you. It is our home and we live here. There is no maid service.
We cater mostly to Brown grad students, post docs and visiting professors.
Our house is on the Eastside of Providence, between the Brown campus and the football stadium.
We are really friendly and laidback and we prefer guests who are the same.
Large Family Home.
This bedroom has a queen size bed and a private bath.
It is a big house, so if my calendar appears to be booked, ask me anyway. Chances are there is a room available.
You may have a choice between 5 bedrooms. Each bedroom is rented separately and can only accommodate up to 2 people (and a pack-n-play crib. We have one). If you have more than 2 people, you should ask for more than one room.
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We will interact as little or as much as you desire.
Annað til að hafa í huga
For an additional $10/person ($12 with wine or beer) you can also have dinner with us. We are food conscious and all produce is fresh, organic and purchased locally. Dinner is usually served at 7:30pm.
If you have any food allergies or restriction, and you let me know ahead of time, I can try to accommodate.
I am allergic to bananas.
We go to bed fairly early. You may stay downstairs but we ask you to be quiet after 10pm.
We do not have a TV.
I am a friendly person who loves old friends and new experiences. Always looking for something interesting to do, I can be found in the garden creating something new from found objects - wind chimes, fountains, sculpture, furniture. I love to travel and I love to be at home too. Providence is a great place to live and visit - there is always something going on!
5 Things I can't live without? I can live without them- its all about the relationships you make along the way and the contribution and memories you leave behind.