Your own peaceful rainforest house! On top of mountain, in bohemian Santa Teresa.
Big open kitchen. Monkeys and toucans visit daily.
Yet: 15 minutes to citycenter, and swinging nightlife Lapa.
ALSO: 15 to metro beaches Copacabana and Ipanema
Spacy bedroom with balcony and stunning view. Brand new bathroom.
Spacey open kitchen and sitting room. Hammocks.
Room with sofa bed and smaller bathroom.
Your have your own garden house, with your own keys. Full privacy!
2 dogs and 7 cats live in MY house and garden. Very sweet.
But they don't enter your house.
SEE ALSO MY OTHER HOUSE ON THE SAME PREMISES.
ESPECIALY FOR LONG TERM STAY:
WIFI, fully equiped kitchen. Busses downtown and Bus to metro connection beaches.Taxi's available.
Santa Teresa is the Bohemian neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro.
Bus every 5 minutes to downtown Lapa, Rio's night life district.
Every 5 minutes bus to center of town with museums, shops and services.
Interaction with guests
I live in the house next to yours.
Available for any question, tip, chat.
Other things to note
Since the kitchen is open, smoking no problem.
I have 2 very nice and calm dogs in the garden.
They don't enter the house though.
Don't invite strange people in the house. For
my and your own safety.
Don't feed the monkeys. For the same reason.
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Passionate journalist since 37 years. Born in Amsterdam, I lived in different parts of the world. Ten years in Italy, Bosnia (yes during the war), and Mexico.
Since 15 years in the bohemian Rio de Janeiro neighborhood of Santa Teresa. Although I travel all over Latin America, this magical place is forever my home.
I just finished building this guest house at the top of my garden. A dream I had for years: to create a tasteful and cosy house, so other people can savour the place I love most in the world.
If you want I can be a source of tips for alternative places to visit and hang out, including favelas. Places I deeply love, and often frequent.
Ah yes: I have two (very sweet) dogs and a bunch of cats. (They don't come in your house. No worry.)
This year I will be at home a lot because of the World Cup, and a book I have to finish writing.
That's me, for now.