Light - filled studio at back of property with double bed, sofa bed, kitchenette and separate bathroom (toilet, shower). Reverse cycle air-con, TV, fridge, free WiFi. Close to bus, train and tram. 5 minute walk to Abbotsford Convent & Childrens Farm.
Our space is like having your own little house. It is just one room plus a bathroom, but the room is spacious and light filled, private and quiet, and close to everything. It has a lovely feel.
Zugang für Gäste
Guests will be welcome to use the bungalow and small back yard.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are very happy to have a cup of tea with a guest and give you a run down about the local area. (As we are musicians, we have a pretty good knowledge of local music venues.) We are friendly and pretty relaxed - so more than happy to interact with guests when preferred.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Access to the bungalow is via the side gate to our property.
We expect that people will treat our premises with respect and not be reckless or unreasonably noisy. We don't want people to smoke inside of the bungalow.
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I treasure my family and community of friends - my passion is music - playing music (piano, guitar, vocal), writing songs, singing - alone, with friends, with children, with family. Yoga and occasional trips to the beach keep me sane - and a fun night out watching a band and having a few beers - and being lost in a great novel. Compassion and social justice, and feeling connected to a community are important to me. I am fascinated by the USA because of it's incredible musical heritage and I've been to see music in New Orleans, Chicago, Nashville, Memphis, New York and San Francisco. I love Soul, Gospel and Americana - and much more! I love the films of the Coen Brothers and the books of Geraldine Brooks. I love Bonnie Raitt's smokie voice, Keith Richard's guitar licks, Stevie Wonder's heart. (and far too much music to mention of all genres) I love Australian Rules football (Go Cats!) and the eccentricity of test cricket. Pottering in my garden and kitchen, listening to my son play guitar, walking with my friend and making music with my husband make me happy.