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Charming Victorian House in Royal Greenwich with Garden, Free Parking, Free WiFi

Krista Beauvais

Member since: 2011
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Speaks: english, french
Bedrooms 2
Property type house
Minimum Stay 3 - 4 nights

Krista Beauvais

Member since: 2011
Speaks: english, french
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Calendar last updated:
May 17, 2015
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Charming Victorian House in Royal Greenwich with Garden, Free Parking, Free WiFi

Bedrooms 2
Property type house
Minimum Stay 3 - 4 nights


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2-bed House on a Quiet Street with Parks and Easy Access to Public Transport


Live like a true Greenwich Londoner and enjoy the village life in the big city.

Explorers' Rest is a much-loved and charming two-bed Victorian house (circa 1890) that sleeps six in one comfy double bed and one comfy double bunkbed. Two additional single mattresses are also provided. A baby's cot is also supplied, along with a high chair and security gate for the stairs. Well-behaved pets are warmly welcomed.

Explorers' Rest has been loving prepared to help you relax and unwind after your long days exploring the city. Equipped as a full family home, Explorers' Rest should have everything you need to be as comfortable in London as you would be at home.

Located in London's leafy borough of Royal Greenwich, both central London and the countryside are within easy reach by car or public transport.

After a fun day of exploring, come home to a quiet Victorian neighbourhood and close the door on London's hustle and bustle. It's time to relax! Enjoy a BBQ picnic in your own private garden, unwind with a candlelit soak in the tub, stroll through the many parks in all directions, cozy up by the working fireplaces, enjoy a book from one of the bookshelves, or enjoy a film from the extensive DVD collection.

Our neighbours are quiet and friendly. Shops are conveniently just around the corner. The play area at the end of the street is a favorite with children. Parks stretch for miles in all directions. But best of all, public transport to all of London's tourist spots is right on your doorstep, literally a 30 second walk from the front door.

You do not need a car if you stay here. There is a bus stop around the corner and we are just 6-10 minutes by bus from a major transport hub that will take you quickly in all directions using either the train, bus, boat or DLR (tube that runs above ground).

However, if you do have a car, you'll enjoy FREE PARKING just outside the front door, which is quite difficult to find in London.


There's a little Costcutter (and bakery and butchery) on the corner, less than a minute away by foot. There's also a Co-op a five minute walk away along the park. For even more selection, there's an enormous Tesco Extra 6-10 mins away by bus in the transport hub of Woolwich Arsenal that my guests use to travel into the center of London.


Simply get the bus (291) around the corner. It's about 30 seconds away on foot and comes every 10 minutes. Along the park by the Co-op there are also two other buses that pass (51 and 53), also arriving every 10 minutes.

All three of these buses go to the transport hub of Woolwich Arsenal in 6-10 mins and drop you off in front of the train/DLR station. Here, you can get the train or DLR. The train is fast but uneventful and the DLR is like the Tube, but it travels above ground (often above the buildings) so you can see the city as you travel. In both instances, you'll be in the center of London in 20-30 mins, depending on which station you want. Without changing, you can reach these stations:


- WATERLOO (for the London Eye, Aquarium, Southbank, Big Ben, Westminster, Big Ben, #10 Downing, Imperial War Museum, Tate Modern, Southbank Center)

- CHARING CROSS (for Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square, Soho, West End, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, National Gallery, Oxford Street, Embankment, the Savoy Hotel)

- CANNON STREET (for London Bridge, St. Paul's, the Shard, Millennium Bridge, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Borough Market, HMS Belfast)


- BANK (for St. Paul's Cathedral, Leadenhall Market, Spittalfields Market, Brick Lane, Fleet Street, financial district, heart of the city mile)

- TOWER GATEWAY (for Tower Bridge, Tower of London, St. Katherine's Dock, Butler's Wharf)

In addition to the above, one of the buses (53) that pass my house goes all the way to Westminster / Horse Guards Parade - but I don't recommend it for normal travel (only for the experience) - for it takes about an hour due to the traffic and all the stops. From Woolwich Arsenal, you can also get the Thames Clipper boat service, which is a definite must on a nice day. There are also a host of buses that you can get in Woolwich Arsenal that will take you all over in various directions.


There are some brilliant coastal areas to check out - all within 60-90 min: Southend-on-sea, Margate, Herne Bay, Ramsgate, Broadstairs (home of Charles Dickens) and Brighton. You can do a day trip and cover most of these in one (very full) day - or relax in just one if you're looking to unwind.

The Kent countryside (and beyond) is also full of fun places to explore and slightly closer than the coast at 20-90 min away. My recommendations are: Cambridge, Rochester, Canterbury, Rye, Sandwich (perfectly forgotten in time), Royal Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Chilham (absolutely adorable and tiny).

Windsor, Winchester and Oxford are a bit further away (about two hours), but doable and worth it if you're keen on any of them.

France is also very easy to access from here for a day or weekend trip via the Eurostar train, the ferry or the Eurotunnel (crossings are a little over an hour from the Explorers' Rest). Full details will be in your welcome package.

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  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • Singles
  • children welcome
  • non smoking only
  • pets considered
  • wheelchair inaccessible
Krista Beauvais (Owner)
Member since: 2011
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About Krista Beauvais

My name is Krista and I'm in my mid-thirties. I am Canadian but have been living in the UK since September 2002. In August 2005 I put an offer in on my house, Explorers' Rest, and received the keys in January 2006.

I walked into my new home, sat down and cried. At the age of 27 and on a young teacher's salary, the only house I could afford in the area I wanted to live was one that needed a lot of work to bring it back to life. And I had no idea how to use a drill, a hammer, or even plaster a hole in a wall!

I spent the next five years fixing up my home to the cute, cozy little city haven that it is now. I got help from friends and paid for the services of experts to do the technical work. My blood, sweat and tears have brought this beautiful old home back to life and I have loved every minute of my time here!

When you arrive at my house, I hope you'll immediately feel the love I pour into it, and I hope you'll be as happy here as I am. You'll be able to enjoy the photo album I've left to show you the before, during, and after photos of the renovations.

A few years ago I moved in with husband. His name is Erik and he is a South African IT Specialist, also living in the UK for over ten years. When I moved into his flat, I wasn't sure what to do with my beloved house. Because we love traveling and renting other people's homes, I decided to try renting mine in the same way. Within days of listing my home, I was inundated with bookings and I've been loving it ever since!

If you'd like to know more about me, you can check out a site about pursuing your dreams that I'm very proud to say is mine and in its early stages of life:

Krista Beauvais purchased this house in 2006

Why Krista Beauvais chose Greenwich

Greenwich is a very special part of the city. We have easy access to London's chaotic hustle and bustle, but we don't have to live in it.

After a full day, we get to come home to parks and foxes and birds, quiet gardens, 300 miles of walking and biking trails through the parks that fill this special part of London, and quaint Victorian houses in small, friendly neighbourhoods.

I supply a lot of information at the house to be sure that you're aware of all Greenwich has to offer. There is enough just here that you could easily fill a week without ever going into the downtown tourist centre of London.

I love London's touristic centre, but there is always a sense of relief that washes over me at the end of the day when I get to retreat to my quiet little Greenwich haven.

What makes this house unique

I keep my prices as low as I can afford and still pay my bills. I truly hope you'll feel that you're getting a lot of value for your money.

My home is my hobby and I love shopping for little decorations and items that will make your stay more comfortable. I love leaving little items for you when you arrive. And I love chatting back and forth with you to help you make your holiday special.

Because my house is not right in the middle of the tourist centre, there are no planes flying overhead and so it's easy to sleep well here because it's so quiet. My garden is private and very quiet. In the spring and summer, it's lovely for relaxing and having a private picnic on the grass.

There is also free parking outside my front door, shops less than a minute's walk away, parks in all directions, and a bus stop just around the corner so it's incredibly easy to get around without a car.

Also, the bathtub and the fireplaces in my home are special and essential for relaxing on a holiday!

London can be rainy and there will be the odd day that you don't want to go anywhere! For this reason, I've stocked my house with books,CDs and DVDs and you should therefore always have some entertainment so the rainy days don't seem so rainy.

Finally, I think that each room in my house has a feel-good energy that will truly help you to rest after your days of exciting exploration.

Guestbook comments from the owner

The original comment is in the Guest Book at the property.

Dear Krista,

Thank you for the use of your wonderful home, it is so well equiped and full of home comforts, you really have thought of everything. We had a very special week here as we met and spent time getting to know our new adopted children, we will remember it fondly for the memories it has helped us create with our new family.

Jo and Tim x
Oct 2011
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Rest easy explorers!

  • 5 of 5

I stayed at Explorers' Rest for two weeks starting at the end of January 2015. Let me first say, that I travel A LOT! I stay in hotels, bed and breakfasts, vacation rentals all over the U.S. and the world, so I've experienced the ups and downs of travel accommodations. For my first trip to England, I wanted to live like a local and not a tourist, but I wanted to also feel like I was living trendy and comfortably. Explorers' Rest embodies exactly what I wanted! The house is nestled in the friendly neighborhood of Plumbstead Commons inside Greenwich. The neighbors and locals are the nicest people, and you almost immediately feel like you're a treasured neighbor when you pass them on the street. The house itself, is efficiently arranged and meticulously designed. Within hours of staying, you fall right into the feeling that you've been living there for years and the house becomes more of a home to you then just some stay. It's eclectic for sure, but I imagine that anyone from a businessman to a family would find it ideal. Finally, and most importantly, is the owner, Krista. I've stayed at VRBOs before, and have had wonderful owners, but Krista treats you like a long-time friend! She arranges notes and directions for you all over the house to help you acquaint yourself with the surroundings. Not only that, but she's AMAZINGLY quick on the draw when it comes to e-mail correspondence, even going as far as to keep you up-to-date with the local news (while I was there, the buses and rail systems went on strike and she would tell me via e-mail from Sweden before I even knew myself!). My girlfriend joined me for the second week of my travel in the UK, and she too fell in love with the design and layout! So, if you're like me, and you're sitting there weighing your options on where you should stay (like I was) and you just can't make up your mind...let me help you...CHOOSE THIS ONE! I promise you, the only thing you'll have to worry about is dealing with your disappointment for leaving it at the end of your stay. Cheers!

  • Submitted: Feb 10, 2015
  • Stayed: Jan 2015
  • Source: VRBO, from HomeAway
Owner's Response: Andre, wow! I just woke to this message in my inbox and it's just warmed my heart tremendously. Thank you for such a glowing review! I dearly appreciate it. I'm SOOOOO pleased you had such a fantastic stay! I hope I'll get a chance to meet you and Kathleen one day; I was sad not to be in London during your stay. Best, Krista

cosy and well appointed

  • 4 of 5

We had a lovely stay at Explorers Rest. It is a very well appointed house with everything you could need and lots of advice/instructions available from the owner. All our dealings with Krista were business like but very friendly and always prompt. We loved our stay.

  • Submitted: Aug 15, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: I'm pleased you enjoyed your stay.

Home away from home

  • 5 of 5

Explorers rest was a perfect home away from home for my family. I am so glad we found this place! Krista was so nice and easy to work with. She was thorough and fast and went over and beyond in answering my questions, from our first correspondence to the last.

After we arrived, we could tell that Krista put a lot of time and effort into this property to make it a comfortable and relaxing home away from home for her guests. The property was very clean (inside and out), well maintained and the neighborhood felt safe. The beds were very comfortable and the shower and amenities were wonderful. The kitchen was set up to make it very easy to cook meals. We enjoyed the tranquility explorers rest provided after a long day out in London. The public transportation was easy to navigate and there were a couple of shops close by for basics. We truly enjoyed our stay at explorers rest and would stay again.

  • Submitted: Jul 30, 2014
  • Stayed: Jul 2014
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: I'm so pleased you enjoyed your stay! And thank you for such kind words. I truly appreciate you taking the time to leave a review. Many thanks, Krista.
New Zealand

Home away from home

  • 5 of 5

If you are like me and deciding between a couple of properties with a family, go no further and choose this apartment! We are a family of 5 (with 3 teens) and we had our own room and the kids had their room with a double bed to share and the eldest had a mattress.

The instructions Krista gave were so great when arriving into a city you don't know, we followed them very closely. It took us 1.5 hours to get here in rush hour traffic from Heathrow on the tubes and then a 10 minute bus to the place in Greenwich. Entry was seamless with a key code given to us via email.

This apartment was like a home away from home, there was everything you needed, washing machine, dryer, hair dryer, full kitchen with a lovely selection of teas and coffee, some lovely soap and body sprays etc.

It is on a quiet street and only 3 minutes walk to a shop that sells milk and other essentials. There is a larger shopping centre 2 bus stops away (about 5 min by bus).

The Woolwich Arsenal train station has connections to the DLR and underground and is a 10 minute bus ride away. I also noted there was free parking for a car out on the street if you needed it.

The house was also decorated for Christmas which the kids loved, its all these little touches that make this a home away from home.

  • Submitted: Dec 20, 2013
  • Stayed: Dec 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Robyn, Thank you kindly for such lovely words. I'm so pleased that you and your family enjoyed my home. Have a fantastic Christmas on the rest of your travels! Happy festivities, Krista

The Perfect Way To Spend A London Holiday!

  • 5 of 5

If you’re looking for a welcoming home to stay at during your London Holiday, look no further. As travelers who prefer to immerse ourselves in the culture we visit, Explorer’s Rest was the perfect place to stay during our travels in London. This lovely home—situated in a charming neighborhood in Greenwich—provides travelers with the care and comfort of a relaxing and beautiful Victorian flat.

Explorer’s Rest itself is lovely and enchanting. Throughout the picturesque home, we found helpful books, notebooks, and pamphlets on how to travel around London, as well as information on where to eat, shop, and explore the city. Additionally, small labels are located around the flat, which permitted us to navigate throughout the house easily. Books, DVD’s, and televisions filled the home, which enabled us to relax and enjoy our surroundings—especially after a busy day in London!

Staying at Explorer’s Rest allowed us to spend quality time together. As we reflected on our adventures in the city, we enjoyed a nice meal, and a relaxing cup of tea around the kitchen table. Furthermore, Krista’s kindness and wealth of knowledge is what truly made our journey to London special.

One could not ask for a better place.

  • Submitted: Oct 24, 2013
  • Stayed: Oct 2013
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Thanks for your kind words, Erin. I'm so glad you enjoyed your time here in my house. It's very special to me and I love it when my guests love it just as much as I do. All the best, Krista.

A home away from home!

  • 4 of 5

Explorer's rest proved to be a great base for our London holiday, it felt like staying in a real home with all the comforts and atmosphere of being at home. Krista made us feel extremely welcome with everything from a welcome basket of goodies to a detailed manual outlining everything we could possibly need to know about the house and our stay in London.

The house has been wonderfully renovated making great use of available space which in Victorian terrace houses is an impressive feat. While being away from the centre of London, the area is well serviced by public transport with ready access to buses going into London and a very short trip to the DLR. Because we were staying for a month and planning a lot of exploring we bought a monthly transport card but Krista has provided oyster cards for guests to use, you just have to top up the cards. There is a handy local shop for essentials and it is only a short trip to Woolwich for the market or a Tescos that has everything you could possibly need. The common is just around the corner and my daughter and her friend particularly enjoyed seeing foxes on the common and in the neighbourhood. If we were visiting in warmer weather I am sure we would have made use of the lovely little back garden at Explorer’s rest, which is an added bonus.

We stayed in December, so a particularly cold time of year but Explorer’s rest was such a cosy place to return home to each night. The fireplaces were an extra bonus but not necessary for heating just nice for the extra atmosphere. Krista even provided Christmas decorations for our Christmas stay. Joanna who came and cleaned once a week during our stay did an amazing job, making the house always feel cosy, comfortable and welcoming. All in all Explorer’s Rest proved a great base for an extended London visit, with all the comforts of a home away from home and Krista made us feel incredibly welcome and provided us with all the information and tools for a great London visit. The only downside is that is possibly not the right place to stay if you want really quick access to all the central attractions but if you don't mind using the public transport it can make for a relaxing visit. Trips into horse guards on the 53 bus provided a relaxing trip into the city and the bus also stops right in front of the imperial war museum. The DLR and the tube were great for quicker trips. With the DLR being overground it also provided another way of just seeing more of London.

  • Submitted: Jan 1, 2013
  • Stayed: Nov 2012
  • Source: HomeAway
Owner's Response: Hi Sharon, Thank you for your review. I'm pleased you enjoyed your stay. In two years, this is my first review of less than five stars and I would like to know what could have been improved. I welcome any suggestions you have. Many thanks, Krista


Nearest Airport
4 Miles
London City Airport (2 stops on DLR)
Nearest Barpub
50 Metres
Who'd A Thought It (1 min walk)
Nearest Ferry
2 Miles
Woolwich Ferry
Nearest Golf
1.5 Miles
Shooters Hill Golf Club
Nearest Train
1 Miles
Plumstead Station
Nearest Motorway
9 Miles
M25 (junction 2)
Nearest Restaurant
0.4 Miles
Spice Island
Nearest Beach
34 Miles
Car: not necessary


There is free parking just outside my front door, on a quiet residential street with no through-traffic. Even if you arrive with a car, I highly advise that you use public transport if you're going any closer to the centre of the city than Blackheath Village or Downtown Greenwich.


Explorers' Rest is situated in the quiet, leafy, Victorian residential area of Plumstead Common inside the borough of Royal Greenwich. Most houses in the area are similar in age to mine, about 100-120 years old. They are also terraced in style, meaning they are in a long line, all side by side, with bay windows and chimney pots on the top.

The locals are a mix of working class (blue collar) and middle class (white collar) so you'll have lawyers, police officers, teachers, nurses, and builders all living side by side. It's a predominantly white British neighbourhood, whereas Plumstead down the hill is predominantly Indian and Woolwich Arsenal, also down the hill, is predominantly African.


Three bus routes pass my house (291,51,53) and they all take you into Woolwich Arsenal, the major transport hub for Southeast London, in 7-10 minutes.

One bus that passes my house (53) takes you all the way to Westminster / Big Ben / London Eye / Buckingham Palace.

From Woolwich Arsenal, you can get the train, DLR (overground tube), or boat to any London attraction you could possibly want to enjoy in 20-30 minutes, depending on which area you're going to. During Monday to Friday, there are free newspapers available on the trains that you can enjoy on the journey.


My house is ideally situated for people who want to easily access the tourist attractions of London via public transport, but would prefer to live like a local in a safe, quiet neighbourhood with a private garden, parks in all directions, shops and bus stops around the corner, and a handy play area for children a minute's walk away.


Bus 53 comes past my house and will take you to the top of Greenwich Park, where you'll find the Observatory and Meridian line for Greenwich Mean Time. Down the hill from this, through the park, you'll find yourself in the heart of downtown Royal Greenwich and surrounded by beautiful Royal historical sites and buildings, including the Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College, now Greenwich University.


Our location is also ideal for exploring the Kent countryside in the Southeast of England. I provide train maps and lots of tourist information to help you decide if you'd like to have a day out of the city to explore something that can only be found in the countryside. Also from Woolwich Arsenal, you can get trains to these locations outside the city.


If you're using my home as your European base for a few weeks or more, you'll be pleased to know that City Airport is just 20 minutes from my front door on public transport. From here, you can fly all over Europe if you fancy a quick city escape to explore some other parts of Europe.

Likewise, it's very easy to rent a car and drive over to France on the ferry or through the Eurotunnel to do some shopping for French products or to explore a bit of France or Belgium for a couple of days.


Shooters Hill Golf Club is the nearest at 1.5 miles away. Golf was first played here in 1903 and is full of history as a Prisoner of War camp for some 1000 German and Italian prisoners (

Three other courses are all about four miles away. Firstly, Royal Blackheath Golf Club, believed to be the oldest golf club in the world, dating to 1608, with 36 holes over 110 acres.

Secondly, Eltham Warren Golf Club (18 holes), founded in 1890, and one of England’s oldest nine hole courses.

Finally, Bexleyheath Golf Club, founded in 1909 and sure to given even the expert golfer some impressive challenges. All warmly welcome visitors.


Rates & Availability

From £120 Per night

Greenwich House Rental Rates

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Rate Period Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
Spring 2015
Apr 1 2015 - May 31 2015
3 night minimum stay
Summer 2015
Jun 1 2015 - Aug 31 2015
4 night minimum stay
Autumn 2015 (EARLY BIRD)
Sep 1 2015 - Nov 30 2015
3 night minimum stay
Christmas 2015 (EARLY BIRD)
Dec 1 2015 - Jan 3 2016
4 night minimum stay
Winter 2016 (EARLY BIRD)
Jan 4 2016 - Feb 29 2016
3 night minimum stay
Spring 2016 (EARLY BIRD)
Mar 1 2016 - May 31 2016
4 night minimum stay
Summer 2016 (EARLY BIRD)
Jun 1 2016 - Aug 31 2016
4 night minimum stay
Autumn 2016 (EARLY BIRD)
Sep 1 2016 - Nov 30 2016
3 night minimum stay
Christmas 2016 (EARLY BIRD)
Dec 1 2016 - Jan 1 2017
4 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay

Additional information about rental rates

Cleaning £50.00
Pet Fee £30.00
Refundable damage deposit £300.00
Notes The £50 weekly cleaning fee is included in the prices above.

Payment is due in British Pounds. 30% is due at the time of booking to secure your dates. The 70% balance (plus a £300 fully-refundable security deposit) is then due 30 days before arrival.

Normal check-in is 5:00pm onward and check-out is by 11:00am. Please request changes if needed.

Cancellation Policy

Policy available by contacting owner when booking.
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Greenwich House Accommodation and Amenities

Property Type:
  • house (terraced)
  • Guests provide their own meals
Floor Area:
  • 800 sq. ft.
Location Type:
  • Downtown
  • Town
  • Village
  • Adventure
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic
  • Sports & Activities
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Activities Guide
  • Alarm Clock
  • Baby Gate
  • Basic Soaps
  • Clothes Dryer ...
  • Fireplace ...
  • Firewood
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating ...
  • Internet ...
  • Iron & Board
  • Laundry Soap
  • Linens Provided ...
  • Living Room ...
  • Local Activities Guide
  • Local Maps
  • Local Restaurant Guide
  • Mobile Phone
  • Paper Towels
  • Parking ...
  • Parking On Street
  • Printer
  • Safe
  • Scanner
  • Shampoo
  • Telephone ...
  • Toilet Paper
  • Towels Provided ...
  • Washing Machine ...
  • Wireless Internet ...
  • 4 Ring Stove
  • Coffee Grinder
  • Coffee Maker ...
  • Cooking Utensils ...
  • Dishes & Utensils ...
  • Dishwasher ...
  • Freezer ...
  • Grill
  • Kitchen ...
  • Microwave ...
  • Oven ...
  • Pantry Items ...
  • Refrigerator ...
  • Stove ...
  • Toaster ...
  • Child's Highchair
  • Dining ...
  • Dining Area
  • seating for 6 people
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Bathroom 1 - toilet , combination tub/shower , The bathroom is on the main level of the house.
  • The bathroom is on the main level with the entrance, kitchen and diner, lounge and garden, making it ideal for easy living. A combination bath/shower is available, with unlimited hot water, making it excellent for de-stressing at the end of a busy day touring around London.
  • 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
  • Garden Bedroom - 2 double , 1 child bed , 2 baby crib
    Master bedroom - 1 double
  • Both bedrooms are upstairs in carpeted rooms and have hotel quality linen and towels. Other than the three double beds, there are two single mattresses with linen that can be used on the floor if needed and a baby's cot. Should any guests be limited by stairs, the sofa in the living room is very comfortable - or the two extra mattresses fit comfortably on the floor. The Master Bedroom has three floor to ceiling wardrobes with mirror doors (one conceals a desk). A working fireplace with exposed brick takes centre stage in the room, with a vanity to the left and a large bookcase to the right. At the foot of the bed, there is a chair and laptop desk. The Garden Bedroom has one floor to ceiling wardrobe, an ornamental Victorian fireplace, desk, vanity area and bookcase.
  • Books ...
  • Books for Adults
  • Books for Kids
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player ...
  • Games ...
  • Games for Kids
  • Music Library ...
  • Radio
  • Satellite / Cable ...
  • Stereo ...
  • Television ...
  • Toys ...
  • VCR
  • Video Library ...
  • Barbecue
  • Deck / Patio ...
  • Deck Furniture
  • Golf ...
  • Lawn / Garden ...
  • Outdoor Furniture
  • Outdoor Grill ...
  • Patio
  • Tennis ...
  • Terrace
  • Yard
  • 12 garden chairs
  • Long-term Renters Welcome
  • Singles
  • children welcome ...
  • non smoking only ...
  • pets considered ...
  • wheelchair inaccessible ...
Onsite Services:
  • Housekeeping
  • Massage
  • autumn foliage
  • churches
  • cinemas
  • forests
  • library
  • live theater
  • museums
  • playground
  • pond
  • recreation center
  • restaurants
  • ruins
  • synagogues
Leisure Activities:
  • bird watching
  • gambling casinos
  • horseback riding
  • outlet shopping
  • scenic drives
  • sight seeing
  • walking
Local Services & Businesses:
  • ATM/bank
  • Babysitter
  • fitness center
  • groceries
  • hospital
  • laundromat
  • massage therapist
  • medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities:
  • cycling
  • equestrian events
  • fishing
  • freshwater fishing
  • golf
  • golf privileges optional
  • hiking
  • ice skating
  • mountain biking
  • paragliding
  • roller blading
  • sailing
  • swimming
  • tennis
The living room has an original Victorian fireplace, converted to gas, that creates a lovely cozy atmosphere in the evenings. There is also a bay window, two leather sofas, writing desk, closet, radio/CD player, 42' flat screen TV/DVD, trunk full of games and shelving containing lots of books, DVDs and tourist information. The kitchen is fully modernised, complete with dishwasher, washing machine (dryer in the shed), fridge, freezer, electric oven, gas hob and safe for your valuables. A low window looks onto the garden, making it probably my favorite room in the house. The table can seat four comfortably and six if needed. There is a satellite TV/DVD and small sofa for two to make socialisation easy whilst cooking. The kitchen is fully stocked with all the pots, pans and utensils you will need for cooking almost any meal and some food essentials are also provided. There is ample food storage.

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