Un estudio compacto en el jardín trasero. Un viejo jardín de los 1930s pesadamente renovado vertió realmente, sobre 4x2m en tamaño con una cubierta del tamaño similar en el frente que miraba al norte (sol). Contiene un sofá cama no una cama cama, aunque el sofá cama más cómoda que pude encontrar.
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A compact studio in the back garden. A heavily renovated old 1930s garden shed actually, about 4x2m in size with a deck of similar size in front facing the north (sun).
Contains a sofa bed not a bed bed, albeit the most comfy sofa bed I could find.
Apto para familias y niños
Apto para eventos
Lugares para dormir
1 sofá cama
Reglas de la casa
No se admiten mascotas
Overall, stressful. Bernd is uptight. But I think imagines himself as the opposite. This makes the uptightness harder to bear. There are signs in every room with detailed bullet points directing you to do and not to do many many things. It is unwelcoming and exhausting. Th…
Respuesta de Bernd:
1) It's an expensive sofa bed, and anyone who can read our profile gets a clear description of it and and how it was selected for the space (i.e. I tried every sofa bed in every shop and picked the one I found most comfortable - done precisely because sofa beds are not always comfortable). In any case, the last thing we want is a disappointed guests and would rather have no guest than a disappointed one, so take great efforts to describe it accurately. We know it's not for everyone. It's a sofa bed. 2) The geography is easy to research, it's average hilly not especially so (most river valley and coastal cities are similarly so), we're at 100m elevation (the city centre ranges from 10-30m elevation), and there's a steep approach and a gentle approach and we have our third young child coming and the first two I have always carried them on my back and on my bike from birth till they outgrew the trailer bike and got onto their own. I'm not exceptionally fit and I take the longer gentler route when appropriate and the faster steeper one when appropriate. Inner city residential rises to 200m and methinks Sarah just finds Hobart a pain to get around, which is no drama, but clearly her issue. It's not mountainous, just average river valley coastal hilly. But then I guess I'm Swiss not Dutch. 3) No guest has ever been reprimanded here. Sarah was asked politely to close doors behind her (as it was 5C outside and 20C inside), close the refrigerator door when not using it and only after some weeks, to perhaps restrict her use of towels and mugs to two as towels and mugs are being found all over the house and garden. But she takes a request to close the door as icy air is wafting over my body as a reprimand and indulges in passive aggressive behaviors in response. I've not met a person like that before, ever reasonable person, shuts the door and all is good. 4) She was never encouraged to come here, far from it, opening conversations centered around how small the space was (for the proposed lengthy stay of 3 months) and how ready we were to support relocation if in anyway it was not suitable. My main offering was to make arrival smooth and easy, so I took time out to collect her form airport (an hour round trip from town), offer the studio with wifi and relatively central location (she was trying to decide between this and a place in New Norfolk, 40km out of town)as a basis for planning her longer stay. 5) Dirty and disorganized? Each to their own. We are not OCD clean now (I get that criticism from my family) and we have a teenager, but frankly most remark upon how organized the place is. No accounting for perspective I guess. That said, at times I wish it were cleaner and so ... I clean. But with two working parents, a teenager a 3 year old and an newborn due, we don't get as much done as we'd like no. 6) Signs with bullet points? We've been hosting for 15 years now, and loving it and are generally loved. That said, it's not ever going to be suitable for everyone, but one thing we've learned is that little guide sheets in the kitchen, laundry, bath that we share are both useful and often appreciated for their clarity and simplicity. That said, they have over time grown and collected detail then slowly shrunk and become simpler as well, some have gone others appeared as we learned and continue to learn. But again, disorganized? Those who love these guides do so precisely because they simply share some of the household culture to make it easier to fit in if we're all sharing. It is a shared space and advertised as such. If you need self contained this is not the place clearly and I'd rather you didn't come here. If you look forward to sharing space but are uncomfortable with efforts to simplify smooth harmonious sharing perhaps also best not to come.
Noviembre de 2016
I admit I'm a little tired of filling out "about me" boxes when I'm already plastered all over the web (Bernd Wechner). For what it's worth here, if a stream of words can do any justice, I have a daughter (since 2003), a son (since 2013), ride a bike, manage sales for a softw…
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