Enjoy a log cabin feel in our guest bedroom. Guests can spend their time playing the piano, watching TV, or relaxing by the fire.
A large, basement room with a double, high quality futon bed, desk, and lamp, 2 large windows and lots of sun-light. Includes internet access, cable TV , laundry facilities, parking, semi-private 3-piece bathroom and access to common spaces in the house including TV room with fireplace, kitchen, laundry facilities, dining room and living room. We are in central-north Calgary close to Nosehill Park, airport, bus routes to downtown, 20 minute bus ride to Stampede; quiet, 1950's neighbourhood. Your hosts are Kelly, a church minister, Chris, an engineering professor, and their two daughters, Heather and Emily, both ballerinas. Lucy the cat is also very friendly. We are a very active family and enjoy hiking in the mountains, skiing, Stampeding, eating, cooking and hosting international students.
2 Day pricing includes breakfast. For stays of more than 3 days, pricing includes all meals.
We can pick you up and drop off from the airport for $20 fee one way. Sorry we take women only.
Access to main living area - kitchen, dining room and living room. Sub-basement: TV room and semi-private bathroom. Top level is not accessible for guests.
Interaction with Guests
We love to visit. If you are staying long term, meals are included in price.
Within walking distance to city library, indoor pool, skating rinks, gyms, grocery stores, shops. Near may transit corridor.
Very close to BRT routes 301 and 302 plus #3 bus. Street parking available. We can pick up from Airport for $20.
Other Things to Note
Females only. No smoking, excessive drinking or illegal activity. Quiet hours between 11pm and 7am ie., no music, loud conversations, cooking, etc between these times. No food stored in bedroom please. Guests are welcome to use the main living spaces, as well as the back and front yards. No guests allowed in top level of house. No male guests.
Kelly was a wonderful host, who was always very helpful to give us information about the Stampede or even the transit system. We enjoyed the many conversations we had with Kelly during the evenings. We would stay here again!
Kelly and her husband were very nice and hospitable. They have told us lots of useful info on stampede. But we felt sorry to have left there at the first midnight. The room was a bit stuffy and my friend got allergies.
We often host students from around the world in our home. We love to meet new people, hike in the mountains, go to Stampede, ski, dance, eat. Seems that we are always on the go. Your hosts are Kelly and Chris and their two daughters, Heather and Emily and the cat. Kelly is a church minister and Chris is an Engineering professor.
Chris speaks French.
Heather and Emily speak Spanish.