Quiet room near Grove Park Inn, Downtown, UNCA, Yoga Studios and Blue Ridge Parkway. Queenbed w/ luxury mattress, private bathroom with tub/shower, double sink vanity, yoga room. Great walking neighborhood w/ views of downtown and Elk Mtn. Driveway parking.
Bucolic setting close to Downtown, Grove Park Inn and UNC-Asheville, Asheville Yoga Center.
Accès des voyageurs
Bedroom, bathroom, dining room, living room, sunroom, driveway parking for one car, screened-in deck with seating and view of mountains, back yard with patio.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Host provides orientation at check in and is available to answer questions on house and area. Spontaneous conversations always a pleasure. Our dog is always eager for a walk if you wish to have a walking companion around the neighborhood!
Use of kitchen not permitted. Self serve coffee/tea and minifridge available.
No smoking on the property and no pets. Host has a very friendly Newfoundland mix.
No wearing shoes inside the house. Guests remove their shoes in the mudroom, which adjoins the guest garage.
Guests are requested to return to the house in the evening by midnight or shortly thereafter unless discussed with host beforehand. Returning past midnight is generally fine as long as there's no disruption to the quiet of the neighborhood and other guests.
All first time guests, including instant book, please include a brief introduction that includes full names of all guests, professions or student status and confirmation you accept house rules.
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Easy-going and considerate, I have two children in college and teach Buddhism and Yoga worldviews at the University of North Carolina, Asheville Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. I grew up in the south, lived in Japan as a Zen monk, have traveled extensively in Europe and Asia, attended grad school at Stanford and managed a business at Palo Alto, CA. I've lived at Asheville for 14 years, know the city and region well and enjoy assisting guests in planning their dining, sightseeing and recreation. Hosting guests runs deep in my family, as my grandparents opened their large house as a bed and breakfast for many years.