The home is a 1920s bungalow located in uptown Harrisburg within walking distance of Italian Lake, the Susquehanna River, and Green Belt biking trail and a 5 minutes by car (or uber/lyft) to downtown Harrisburg. Enjoy our upgraded bathroom featuring a claw foot tub and our three head steaming shower. All guests are provided with all bathing supplies, morning coffee and tea, and a snack tray.
This is an LGBQT friendly musical home featuring a reed organ and a player piano.
Enjoy your stay in a large room featuring a 22" high queen air mattress with a mattress topper, a sofa, two desks for working and a curved wide screen computer monitor (compatible with HDMI and mini display port cables provided). The room has lots of windows with a view of the back yard, a beautiful maple tree, and the Susquehanna river, when not obstructed by tree foliage.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests are welcome to explore the house and take in the character and charm of our home with the exception of the master bedroom (only room with a closed door). This includes the kitchen (use of microwave, toaster, boil water for coffee and tea), living room, media room, office (print services available), enclosed back patio, front porch, and the back yard.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We enjoy meeting new people and forging new friendships, however, we understand the need for rest and solitude after a long journey. Therefore, we will interact with you as much or as little a you would like.
If Chris is around and you enjoy music you are likely to enjoy some organ, piano, or cello music as he practices during your visit.
- Must have approval to use the organ
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Shane is a 28 year old technology consultant who enjoys meeting new people, trying out new foods and traveling the world. He is married to his husband Chris who works as a musician. The five things that Shane can not live without are the internet, planes, cheese, chocolate and wine. He enjoys traveling all over the world and particularly enjoyed his visits to New Dehli, India and Paris, France.
Shane's motto in life is to find good people and spend as much time with them as you can while cars, clothing, and trends can go out of style good friends never do.