About this listing
THIS ROOM HAS A 2 NIGHT MINIMUM
1 bedroom in 3 bedroom house, on 1/2 acre between Tomales Bay Wetlands and Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Room has a double bed and attached private bathroom. A huge skylight makes the room light and warm. Large kitchen with a view of Tomales Bay wetlands. Kitchen amenities provided. The property is fenced in and dog friendly. Children are welcome. There is a large play structure and toys are provided!
Be aware that I board dogs and I have 2 canine elders of my own, so there can be anywhere from 5 to 8 dogs around, though I only accept friendly ones. If you have allergies this might not be the ideal place for you, though if you let me know in advance I will do some extra vacuuming. But please realize that this is a farmhouse and a home, with several paws, projects and dirty shoes passing through. I do not mop daily. (Though the bedroom will always be dirt and dust free.) A "clean house" is a relative thing, so probably best to read the reviews and hear what others have to say. For the most part, day to day life here is calm and quiet, and evenings as well - but since there is a healthy amount of unpredictability around here I make no promises.
Please be sure to read "Extra details; Other things to note" before .
Loads of wash are $2.00 each (soap included). $1 for the dryer. There is a clothesline.
Interaction with Guests
Totally depends on the day and the guest. I've gone hiking with some guests while others i never even met. Sometimes i'm not even here.
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Other Things to Note
To prevent false expectations, whenever I get a complaint I list it here for others to see, so as not to spoil anybody's vacation with false expectations.
1. Noisy road (not all night but can start up pretty early in the mornings.) - bring earplugs if you have sleeping troubles.
2. Dust, dog hair and allergies
Another thing to note for winter guests: I have forced air heating as well as individual heaters in the bedrooms. The bnb room gets really hot from the forced air. So at night the forced air heat is usually turned off and the individual room heaters on. So at times you have to pick between a warm house and hot room (with a big window), or a warm room and cold house. I go with guest preference.
About the Host, Kim
I live just outside of SF where I have a 1/2 acre mini homestead. I grow food, build chicken coops, take care of people (in-home care giving), travelers (bnb) and dogs (cage-free). I love unpredictability - which is why I love being a bnb host.