Comfortable bedroom with queen bed, private bath. Sole use of second floor, billiards and private seating area. Home is 20 minutes from downtown, AA center. 30 minutes from the airport, AT&T stadium, and Globe Life Park, but away from the crowds and traffic. Quiet Neighborhood of acre lots.
Cool and comfortable upstairs suite with private bath and seating area with separate thermostat. Custom Home in quiet neighborhood is 20 minutes from downtown and the Mavericks arena, 30 minutes from the airport, Cowboys Stadium and Texas Rangers baseball.
Shared kitchen, laundry room. Private Refrigerator and pantry space. Open Balcony with rockers and hammock.
We are here to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. We give you as much privacy as you want but welcome you into the family room for conversation.
Quiet neighborhood with walking and bike trails along rolling hills.
DFW DART Bus and rail service are about 10 miles away.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have full access to the house, including full kitchen, game room and pool. We have areas in the refrigerator and pantry for food. Free ample parking. Discrete access so odd hours are not an issue.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are here and available for help and conversation, or will leave you completely on your own if you prefer.
• No parties or events
• Not suitable for pets, (we never know if they will get along with our dogs)
• No smoking
Rules are simple: Use the space, you don't have to hide in your room unless you want to. Please don't smoke on the premises, turn off the lights when you leave a room, and if you have an unconventional schedule, just let us know so we can configure the thermostat correctly. Enjoy your visit!
Susie and I have been married for 36 years and have raised 3 strong independent women. We love to travel, and will usually look for a winery or two wherever we go. Eating out has been a favorite entertainment, and we always eat local.
We are avid Texas Rangers baseball fans, love soccer, and mostly enjoy watching our grandkids grow up. 5 things I can't live with out? love, music, IPAD, tasty food, next adventure.
We have really enjoyed getting to know our guests, many are interns or contract workers that stay 90+ days with us. As you can see from our reviews, lots of first time airbnb guests have enjoyed a positive first experience at our home. If you are new to homesharing please consider these 'pro tips' gleaned from a fellow host when we were new to the service
1) make sure you are completely verified and have a nice, clear photo of your face on your profile *before* sending a note/booking request to a host (trust and transparency are paramount, for both, host and guest);
2) read through the airbnb FAQs thoroughly! We appreciate it when prospective guests ask questions unique to their travel situation and/or the listing in question.
3) please read through my whole listing(s). I try to answer your questions about parking, public transportation, check in/out, etc.;
4) since you may have few/no reviews, hosts like me must make a guess as to what sort of guest(s) you might be (and some hosts won't even consider people new to airbnb). In the absence of a review, you might consider the following to ensure I (other hosts) will feel comfortable approving your request:
• in your initial note, it is appreciated when you include what your plans are during your stay (sightseeing, attending a conference, partying at clubs, etc)
• include assuring comments about how you will treat the host's home (i.e. "I will treat your home with the same respect I treat mine")
• please make sure you've carefully thought out how you will feel about sharing your space with complete strangers. This is a shared living situation and quite different (better!) than a traditional hotel room stay
• get another airbnb member to write a reference on your behalf (click on 'reviews/references' on your profile page and you will see how to do that; this is a 'nice-to-have' thing)
- MOST IMPORTANTLY - **make sure to read the listing 'House Rules' and let the host know that they fit with your needs/lifestyle (this is a must for us, please)
5) airbnb no longer allows for third-party bookings (so, no..you may not book for your mum, sister, bff, etc). Here is airbnb's policy statement around this: https://www.airbnb.com/help/article/427
6) For international guests - please make sure you have your smartphone connectivity sorted out for your stay in America. USA phone networks are not very flexible so it is advised you check on text/data options *before* your trip. At very least, install on your phone (like SMS and freely usable over data/wifi connection). Being able to communicate with me/other hosts on your day of arrival is crucial...especially if such things as a lockbox, or other unattended key transfer is used.
7) Finally...busy hosts keep their calendars up to date. So, if airbnb is showing either of my listings as available for your dates - the place is available! If my listing suits your needs, it is best to send the booking request right off. If you hesitate, the other person looking at my place for your dates will get it!