About This Listing
Again, I welcome guests who are relatively quiet and respectful of the other guests in the home.
The wireless information is found on the table in your room
If you arrive when I am not here, I'll give you instructions for getting the key
The room has a king size bed, with a comfortable chair and lamp for reading, and a table and chair for computer or other needs.
A lovely older Berkeley Home on a quiet, tree lined street; 3 blocks from the Ashby Bart Station; AC bus close by; one mile from UC Berkeley Campus; walking distance from Elmwood Shopping District with a wide variety of restaurants and coffee and tea shops; book stores, clothing stores, art boutiques, and a movie theatre. 3 blocks from the Berkeley Bowl and Whole Foods.
Quiet restful room to return to after sightseeing or studying.
Great for Cal Football Game weekend
No kitchen use or laundry
Expect to eat in wonderful restaurants and cafes in the area.
No microwave or tv.
Movie theater, boutiques, cafes, book stores within 8 block, lovely walking distance and closer.
What makes my place unique is that it is a quiet, peaceful place to return to after a busy day touring, studying, or attending a social event, or performance.
I have three other rooms listed at the same location on airbnb; feel free to check them out, Cozy Comfortable, Simple Sleeping Space, and Garden View Studio
I offer individual sessions in T'ai Chi Chih and counseling using the Enneagram as a tool for understanding. This can be done in my garden or living room. Price can be negotiated.
Interaction with Guests
Depending on my academic schedule, very little during the Fall and Spring Semesters, more so in the summer time when I am home a lot more
Ashby Bart station is 3 blocks from my house; bus lines are about the same. My house is pretty centrally located, walking distance from downtown Berkeley and UCBerkeley.
Other Things to Note
Parking on the street is 2 hour parking Monday through Friday from 10 am until 7 pm. Unrestricted parking on weekends, holidays and all night from 7 pm until 10 am. I have a longish driveway in which people have parked, also, a limited number of all day parking permits.
There are a number of units in my house so I expect guests to be relatively quiet after 10 pm in consideration of others and me; speaking in lower tones, coming in as quietly as possible, closing doors carefully.
no kitchen use
If possible, I would like to meet the guests the 1st day and go over the general schedules, just so we're on the same page.
No other guests in the house than the ones booking the room; unless we have discussed it ahead of time, and come to agreement
So far, for the most part, things have worked out very well, it's a relaxed and flexible atmosphere.
Clean place, didn't meet Judith but a good place to stay!
Judith was a great host. Fast communication, clear direction and very friendly. My boyfriend and I stayed for one night only but we would have gladly stayed longer at this place! The room was clean, spacious and very accommodating and cozy. The bed was the best part of the room! Also the bathroom was a delight to use - clean and very providing. Neighborhood was quiet and safe - the only problem we had was we didn't see the sign on the driveway that said not to park in it. We ended up with scratches on the bottom of our car but no damages were made. Also, it is hard not to be noisy when walking around and going from room to room because the wood is very squeaky and doors are a little hard to shut.
All in all, thank you Judith for a great stay!
Great airbnb room! Spacious, immaculately clean, beautiful bathroom, great neighborhood, and very charming host. Highly recommended!
Nice room to stay in a place with a lot of things to see and do.
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About the Host, Judith
I am a College Professor, teaching at City College, S.F., in the Older Adults Department. I teach T'ai Chi Chih and Mind/Body/Spirit Health. I have a Private Counseling Practice in Berkeley, out of my home, where I counsel people with an emphasis on Holism. I teach a system called the Enneagram which describes 9 different personality types. It is a wonderful tool for deepening ones understanding of oneself. I conduct groups with this orientation.
I love gardening and spend many hours in my luscious garden, meditating, doing T'ai Chi Chih and teaching classes, as well as pulling up the perennial little weeds which want to overwhelm my sunflowers, tomatoes, lettuce, cucumber, rose, cosmos, etc plants. I am basically, but not strictly, a vegetarian enjoying eating food from my garden, as well as the organic boxes of food delivered by FarmFreshToYou.
I am working on a book and find the garden the perfect place to be writing.
I am a Mother and a Grandmother, spending time with my very large extended family less than before. Everyone is growing up and very involved in their own wonderful lives! I'm grateful for the abundance of family.
I have traveled extensively, Europe; from Turkey to India by land, when that was possible; Africa; Israel; Mexico, almost all of the 50 States. I love different cultures and meeting people and learning about their lives. My three favorite cities in the world are San Francisco, Istanbul, and New Orleans.
I am an avid reader, as well as an amateur musician, picking up the clarinet and sitting at the piano periodically.
I enjoy watching dvds from Netflex, my favorites so far have been West Wing and Treme. I don't watch tv. Dislike the commercials. I listen to NPR, KQED, KALW, KPFA, and KCSM, the 24 hour jazz station. I also enjoy the classical station.