Private guest quarters, spacious indoors and out, conveniently located between the University of Virginia and the Charlottesville downtown mall.
Winston Cottage Guest quarters are in the lower level of my home, totally private and accessed via a separate entrance. There are two bedrooms with queen beds and down comforters, a bath with double sinks, a large sitting room with flat screen TV and DVD, a kitchenette (not a full kitchen) equipped for preparing light refreshments with refrigerator, microwave, toaster oven and coffee pot, espresso maker, but NO STOVE. Tea, locally roasted coffee, a bottle of wine, spring water. Let me know if you have special needs and I'll try to accommodate them.
There is a private deck for your use only, right outside your door.
You'll find a bottle of wine, freshly roasted Shenendoah Joe's coffee, tea, cream and sugar when you come and if you want me to lay in any other continental breakfast basics just let me know.
Separate quarters with private entrance, off-street parking for 2 cars.
Interaction with guests
I'll be nearby if you need anything but won't intrude on your privacy.
Other things to note
SINGLE NIGHT STAY IS $300. UVa Graduation weekends require a minimum 3-night stay. Two queen beds accommodate 4 adults, 1 cot available for small children at no extra charge.
SORRY, DOGS NOT PERMITTED IN THE GUEST SPACE.
No indoor smoking.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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After raising 3 children, serving as a legislative aide and running a catering business I've for the past 20-plus years been a residential Realtor. I grew up in the midwest, graduated from The University of Wisconsin-Madison with an economics major and journalism minor, both of which have been useful in my various career endeavors. Charlottesville, with its many arts and cultural opportunities and eclectic population has become the place I want to be. I live, within walking distance of the University of Virginia with my her dog Bo whose breed is "holy Terrier Benji Mix" and whose last residence was the local animal shelter.