Family house with garden, post-war style in quiet neighbourhood in the centre of the city.
One bigger bedroom (5 by 4 m) with 2-person's bed, one smaller bedroom (4 by 2,5 m) with single person's bed and one medium bedroom (3,5 by 3,5 m) with two bunk beds.
Also access to living room, use of kitchen and garden with trampoline. Internet, and use of bicycle are for free.
Parking is only free outside of shopping hours: Monday till thursday after 18.00, friday after 19.00, saturday after 17.00 and sunday the whole day. But 50m further in the WIlhelminaweg parking is always free.
The house is 5 minutes walking distance from the shopping centre and the bus station.
Wageningen is a small university city, with it's own theatre, cinema and lots of small bars. Just recently the alternative cinema house (Movie W) has moved just across the street! Lot's of less known, often english spoken or subtitled, culture films.
Wageningen is also near a forest and a river. Possibilities for nice walks, mountainbiking, skeelering, bicycle-roads and hiking nearby. It is close to Utrecht, Arnhem and Nijmegen (by car half an hour, by bus and or train one hour. Amsterdam can be reached by car in an hour, by bus and train within one and a half hour.
Guest have access to the whole house.
Free wifi and bicycles are available.
Interaction with guests
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Hello! My name is Francesco Melita, I am a trainer and storyteller. I was born in Rome, Italy from a German mother and an Italian father. To make things even more complicated we moved to Holland when I was 13 years old. I studied in Holland agrarian sociology, married, got two beautiful daughters of 19 and 21 years old. My hobbies are: climbing, mountainbiking, karate and I keep trying to pick up meditation but my restless nature keeps me from sticking to it. I enjoy cooking Italian dinners, have a lot of friends come over and talk about god and the world. I believe humour is the salt that gives taste to our life and compassion and being there for each other is the actual dinner.