À propos de ce logement
Tis good for couples and solos who seek a solitude place to be alone with our Creator, to connect spiritually or just to have fun. De-stress and benefit from some down time in this serene setting. If you are a nature lover, most likely you'll love it.
For artists, painters, song writers, photographers, poets or novelists, you may be inspired!
The end of January brings azalea blooms. A variety of bulb and impatient blooms begin mid-February to April followed by geraniums & bougainvillea.
Staying in this room is like sleeping in a glass house and waking up to the appreciation of nature. It's tiny on the inside, roughly 8' x 15', but big on the outside. With the curtains closed, it feels like a cocoon.
Our living room/kitchen combo sports a 20' ceiling with windows all around and a large fireplace. Seems to me we live in a ground-level treehouse, which is fantastic! We have two other rooms available if you search in Apopka for Glamping Tent and Log Cabin Garden View & Spring Water.
Accès des voyageurs
The room is in a front porch which was converted to an office and now converted to a sleeping space. (It is hard to work and watch squirrels.) Access is 2' inside the double-screened doors. This is a tiny room measuring 15' x 8'. It is pretty full with 2 twin beds, so travel light with minimal luggage.
The bathroom is inside the house, about 30' from your room. Keypad entry allows access into the house.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
If we are out, we will be glad to help by being a text or call away. Finding solitary places to visit is one of our hobbies, so we have recommendations.
You may bring food and beverages. If our frig is overbooked, we have a cooler.
This is a safe walking, bike riding area during the daytime; however, we do have critters at night so we recommend, after dark, no outdoor exercise activity and to travel by auto.
- No guests in addition to those registered.
- Smoking allowed on front porch and deck only. Please leave no butts.
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I find that travel has become more about the people I meet and friends I make rather than the places I visit. I am content travelling alone or with others. Being alone or in silence does not freak me out, so if the host is busy or can't chat, I read. While I like to preplan, quirks and unexpected changes do not rattle me. Everything is not within my control. When I learned that concept, life became more peaceful.