About this listing
Newly refurbished en suite bedroom overlooking garden. Recently refurbished semi-detached house with free parking. Easy access to public transport and within walking distance of the town centre.
Use of kitchen and dining area as required.
En suite room in West end of Darlington. Tea and Coffee making facilities in the room. Body wash, shampoo and towels provided. Hair dryer in room.
Easy 15 minute walk into town.
We are happy to provide a key so that guests are able to come and go as they require during their stay.
Interaction with guests
We are happy to spend time chatting with guests if this is what they would like. We have lived in the Darlington area for many years and provide advice about things to do.
Other things to note
A light breakfast is provided at no extra charge. This includes: fairtrade tea or coffee (espresso and cappuccino available), cereals, juice and toast. Porridge is also available on request. A cooked breakfast could be supplied for a small additional charge. Our milk and butter is sourced from a small local organic dairy. We make our own bread, jams and marmalade.
We have two very well behaved dogs. Meg a Collie/Dalmatian cross and Echo a Border Collie. The dogs are not allowed upstairs or in the front room and are excluded from the dining area while people are eating.
None apart from no smoking!
We could discuss the possibility of guests bringing dogs but as we have two of our own this might be a problem.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
Martin is a self-employed research consultant working from his home in Darlington. He is married to Fran who teaches. Their two children are both studying at University. Martin and Fran love the outdoors and they are keen hill walkers. They have decide to donate 10% of their income from airbnb to a small international charity called Motivation which supports people with mobility disabilities around the world.