Come home to this lovely, sunlit 2 bedroom, 1 bath with all the amenities of home! Whether on business or for pleasure you'll find Francesca and Andreas' home a quiet, family-friendly place to relax while being conveniently close to all that southern California has to offer. Welcome home!
We have two adult bikes that are free for guests to use.
We have a raised vegetable bed and if there are any fruits or vegetables ripe on the vine guests are free to pick and eat.
Общение с гостями
We are available by phone or email anytime. Please let us know if there are any questions about the space, where to eat/play/hang out or anything at all!
- Please NO SMOKING anywhere on the property.
- Please remember this is NOT a party house. This is our personal home and we value it staying clean and intact. Thank you for respecting that. Our neighbors will notify us if it appears to have been used in that way.
- Check in after 3pm
- Check out at 10am
- Please read our house manual before checking in.
- Please NO pets.
- We really hope you enjoy your stay in our little home. Please let us know if you need recommendations for places to eat (LB has soooo many great eateries!) or things to do in the area. We are happy to help!
Hi there! We are Francesca and Andreas and we have lived in Long Beach for ten years. We love living our happy life and are passionate about good music and raising our two little ones to live joyfully. We love making music, living sustainably, cooking and eating delicious organic food, anything handmade, entertaining friends and spending time together as a family. Andreas is a full time music professor and professional musician. Francesca is a session vocalist and music teacher but spends most of her time chasing around their two little ones and needle felting for her Etsy shop when she gets a free minute.
Let's chat! We love meeting new people and sharing the joys of living in this beautiful city!
Andreas is originally from Germany with Greek parents so please practice your German and Greek on us! After living in the US for ten years it can get a little rusty. :)