About this listing
Bed and bath in exclusive SF neighborhood, near parks, Haight Ashbury and more. Easy access to bus nearby. Private entrance to lovely bed and bath, TV, laundry, Wi-Fi, free street parking. Complete privacy, no stairs and no worries about disturbing your hosts. No kitchen. Three day minimum stay.
This is a quiet residential neighborhood yet close to restaurants, shops and public transportation. Guests are expected to respect the quiet and refrain from loud music or gatherings on premises.
Close to famous Haight/Ashbury neighborhood, Golden Gate park. restaurants, shops, cafes.
Underground streetcar and many bus lines nearby. If you have a car, there is street parking but you may have to park a few blocks away. Parking is difficult and costly in San Francisco and you really can do without a car.
Bed and bath only. There are no kitchen facilities other than a small refrigerator.
Interaction with Guests
We interact as much or as little as the guests want. We find that most people value their privacy and meet us to ask about restaurants, etc. but do not expect us to take them around town or hang out with them. We are an older couple but love to meet new people and are happy to share our home.
The neighborhood is located in the geographic center of SF. There is even a statue a few blocks away that is supposed to be the center of town. Considered "Ashbury Terrace" by those who like fancy names, we are just a few blocks from the original Haight Ashbury but far enough away to feel like you are in a quiet suburb.
Lots of buses and underground trains to take one to all parts of the city.
Other Things to Note
Our home is over 100 years old and if you want "modern" you may be disappointed. The bathroom is small and has a stall shower, no tub.
No pets, no smoking indoors. There is only one queen size bed, so no more than 2 people please. Entrance to the room requires a code which is changed after each visitor. Code will be emailed to you after confirmation and close to arrival date. We look forward to meeting you and hope you enjoy our beautiful city.
Always bring a jacket, even in the summer! It can be cold and foggy any time of the year..
Miriam and Martin Goodman, live in San Francisco, enjoy meeting new people and seeing new places. Have traveled extensively, Europe, Asia, S. America. We love to share our beautiful city with guests.