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My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
Large comfortable bedroom overlooking the lake with large sitting area and a 42 -inch television. Computer workstation available and a private bathroom with large shower.
Long-term stay is welcome.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guest has access to all living areas, laundry room, entertainment room, upper deck, swimming pool, basketball goal, fishing pond, and kitchen.
Atención a los huéspedes
I am retired and I am available if needed. I'm just a phone call away.
Otros aspectos destacables
The home is handicap accessible and has an elevator. Ample parking is available and we are a pet-friendly family. Our pool is heated and screened in and there is a fishing pond in the front. The pond is stocked with catfish and bass.
Cancela hasta 24 horas antes de tu viaje y recibe un reembolso completo. Cancela en las 24 horas previas a tu viaje y no se te reembolsará la primera noche.
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I am a recently retired high school Business Education teacher. I enjoy traveling and seeing new places. I like working with computers and teaching. I love new technology and buying new gadgets. My husband and I are empty nesters and decided to become Airbnb host. I enjoy meeting new people, and I feel that I don't meet strangers. I like having a conversation over a glass of wine. As a host, it is my goal to make all of my guests feel welcome and at home. My daughter asked me why would anyone want to say here, I thought about it, and I reflected back to my Airbnb travels, and I thought about my first trip to Calgary Canada where we rented the entire house. The room was beautiful and clean, and the host left snacks for us to enjoy. We had a good night sleep, and it was an excellent place to stay. The host came over to meet us, and it was such a good experience. I thought about my first Airbnb experience with a host. We visited Maine in May, and we stayed with a host who had a charming old big house that she inherited. She decided to become an Airbnb host. That weekend the hosted ten guest. We shared our experiences as teachers and hosts. I met the other guest and discovered that one was a teacher also. That trip was so nice. She made if feel at home and she arranged to have lobsters delivered to us so that my brother in law could prepare a lobster feast for dinner. We ate dinner in her back yard where we had this ocean view. We enjoyed drinking wine and great conversation. Thinking about my Airbnb experiences help me to answer her question. People would want to stay here because we have a lovely spacious home with large rooms that welcome openly to our guest. It's better than a hotel. How could one make his or herself welcome at a hotel?