About this listing
Artsy private room with en-suite bath/shower. Sunny sitting room for relaxing and reading. 2 blocks from - "the world's largest pedestrian bridge". Beautiful views, can walk to: Hunter Museum, Bluff View Art District. In the epicenter of the city.
The private room is full of authenticity. Well kept and very clean. The apartment is located in the heart of Chattanooga. We are within 2 blocks of the TN Aquarium, Imax and Majestic Theaters, Hunter Museum of Modern Art, Discovery Museum, Bluff View Art District and the beautiful Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge.
Private Bedroom with en suite full bath. New Tempur-Pedic mattress bed recently purchased. Luxurious sheets, pillow cases and a goose down duvet encased in a superior pima cover. Sunny sitting room with writing desk. Use of Keurig, refrigerator and microwave.
Interaction with guests
A flexible continental breakfast will be served in the morning. I am willing to direct you to restaurants that locals patronize. I will also provide maps and information regarding events going on in the area such as art fairs, sporting events and farmers markets.
You will be staying in the epicenter of Chattanooga with the beauty of the Tennessee River just a 5 min. walk from our front door. It is an amazing area with so much to do and see. Plenty of free parking on the street. Private parking space available upon request.
Walking will be super easy in this city...especially where we are located. We have the beautiful River Walk that expands over 10 miles. You can also rent bikes within 2 min. from our apartment. Buses and taxis.
Other things to note
Check in: 3:00 pm. or later Check out: 11:00 2 people maximum. Full bed available.
No shoes. (Shoeless household : shoes come off at the door.)
Please keep luggage, carry ons and purses off the bed , fresh linens, and any of my furniture.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
I am living in an authentically old, tudor revival style building, erected in the early 1900's. It has been recognized under the National Register of Historic Places by the US Department of Interior. I spend time at the local museum as a docent. I have two daughters, one who works as a travel nurse and another as an art teacher living in Denver. I am flexible and spontaneous originating from Minnesota; spending many years living in Atlanta, GA before moving to Chattanooga, TN. I love the arts and spending time in the great outdoors.