North Park Hideaway is in the heart of North Park, within walking distance to many great restaurants, craft beer breweries and Morley Field sport park. It is a close drive to; the Zoo, Balboa Park, Downtown, Balboa Golf Course, Old Town, Petco Park and many beach communities. You’ll love North Park Hideaway because it has easy access to main freeways and is close to San Diego Airport. North Park Hideaway is good for couples, business travelers, and families (with kids and dogs).
North Park Hideaway is a 2 bedroom guest house with 6 beds. It has a full kitchen with all you need to cook a meal, you only need to provide the food. It has high speed wifi and a flat screen internet TV with RUKO, where you can get Netflix, Pandora, ESPN, etc. In the hall closet you will find 4 boogie boards, beach chairs, an umbrella and beach towels.
There are extra towels and sheets in the hall linen closet and some blankets too. There are more blankets located in the drawers under the bunk beds.
If you would like to book on a day that is closed for prep contact me and I will see if we can accommodate you.
Accès des voyageurs
North Park Hideaway is accessed through the gate next to the garage on Thorn st. Go through the gate and go directly up the stairs to the guest house on top of the garage. The lockbox is located on the railing by the front door.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am out of town but am available anytime via phone or email
Please let me know if you need to check in or check out at a different time than noted. We are usually very flexible!
See information binder for nearby restaurants and pubs and other attractions.
Before you leave please take the sheets off the beds that were used and leave them on the bed.
There are trash cans located down the stairs and behind the garage, please take out the trash bags in the kitchen before you leave.
Dogs are welcome in the yard but they need to be supervised. There is a large park, Morley Field, two blocks west and is a great park to exercise your doggie!
Sorry but cats are not welcome as many people are allergic.
If you use the beach stuff and don't have time to rinse them off and dry them just leave them on the front porch.