Big and bright attic room in large house, located in a quiet neighborhood. Room has ensuite bathroom, internet a kingsized bed and a sofabed. Guests can use a common kitchen, living, dining and utilities rooms with other guests staying at the home. Easy access to the city, many local attractions and nearby town areas. Only 15 minutes from the airport, and airport pick-up available if arriving before 10pm.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests will be able to use a common shared kitchen, living and dining room. There is also a common utilities room for free laundry and guests who are driving may use the available parking spaces for 2-3 cars within the compound.
Host can help shuttle guests to the nearby capital and nearby town areas by pre-arrangement.
There is a mini-mart convenience store across the main road from the neighborhood, within walking distance.
A bus stop is 300m away from the house and guests may take the bus number 55 that goes to The capital.
Atención a los huéspedes
I will be there to welcome the guests upon arrival and help them with check-in details. I can also assist guests with some touring or interesting/recommended activities while in Brunei, depending on my availability.
Please keep the room clean and leave the accommodation the same way that you found it.
You may help yourself to whatever food is stocked up in the kitchen but please keep the area clean and dispose of any rubbish and food waste in the bin outside.
You may read the books at the house for the duration of your stay but please do not bring them with you when you check out.
No smoking allowed inside the room or house. Guests may smoke outside or on the balcony.
No pets on the property.
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Hi there, I have lived and worked in several countries including the UK, Germany, Russia and the United States. I'm now based in Brunei but because I have lived abroad, I truly believe that one of the most important things is to welcome people who have landed themselves in unfamiliar surroundings. Acknowledge them, show them respect. The traditional Malay greeting when someone comes to our home or country is "Selamat Datang". It means "I welcome you". I try to do that with all my guests.