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Dormitory-style bedroom in quiet house one block from CU dorms. Everything a student needs within blocks. Perfect for guest scholars and visiting parents.
I have two guest bedrooms in a three-bedroom house. (I.e., I live here.)
This listing is for the smaller bedroom with bunk beds. The furnishings are dormitory-style, i.e., a small desk, shelves, nightstand, good lighting, table fan, and a large window. Nothing fancy.
The two listings for this room are:
My other listing is the larger bedroom, with a queen bed. The large bedroom is furnished like a hotel room, i.e., more luxurious. The other (larger) bedroom is https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/649772
You can book one or both rooms.
If you want to save money, after you book this room you can ask me to relist the room as a "shared space." AirBnB will find you a roommate and I will refund part of your payments.
Zugang für Gäste
The house has one bathroom so expect to share it. You can use the kitchen and the washing machine, etc. I have bikes for guests to borrow.
Interaktion mit Gästen
The housekeeper (Sheba) is home most of the time. The owner (Thomas David) goes to work during the day. We usually make dinner and include the guests. We rent two guest bedrooms so there may be another guest(s).
Weitere wichtige Infos
I have a large intact male dog. He loves everybody except other large intact male dogs. He's OK with cats. Guests say that he is the best part of staying here!
If you have a dog he or she can go with Sarge and me on neighborhood walks and hikes in the mountains. Your dog will think this is the best vacation ever!
Tell me when you will arrive or I might not be home!
Any cats you bring must leave with you.
I host about fifty guests a year from all over the world. I have a large dog. I run trails. I own seven bicycles. I didn't own a car until a few years ago, and I only drive it to take my dog up to the mountains. My favorite travel destination is Cuba. I tell Russian jokes that Americans don't get. I design surrealistic fashion footwear. I studied transpersonal psychology at a Tibetan Buddhist university.