Whatever your reason for coming to town, you'll find Circle of Trees centrally located and yet come home to a relaxing & private oasis.
On a quiet street with abundant free parking & an evergreen-encircled back yard, it's close to a bus line, downtown, IU's campus, shopping, restaurants & movies — & is bounded by three parks, with playgrounds, tennis & basketball courts & hiking trails.
Over the years, we've hosted many guests in our home, and welcome people of all backgrounds and faiths.
Our family room, bedroom and bathroom make a private and pleasant suite -- all yours during your stay.
Guests have the downstairs family room (with sitting area and two twin beds), bedroom (one double bed) and bathroom completely to themselves. Guests are welcome to use the downstairs patio and backyard as well.
Общение с гостями
You can be as private as you wish. With the lockbox on the front door, you can let yourself in and leave the key when you depart. But we are happy to answer questions or chat about the area!
- There is a lockbox for keys at our front door.
- Please check out by 11 a.m.
Jordan: Currently, I am a retired school teacher. I love the outdoors including hiking, camping, gardening and boating. In addition,I enjoy all sorts of sports and games and dancing. My volunteering has included interfaith work, mediation and elder care. I speak a little Hebrew and French. I love to converse with all sorts of people and am fascinated by different points of view.
Lynne: I'm a graduate of IU/Bloomington, Jordan and I met and married here, moved to Boston for a few years, and like many Bloomingtonians, decided to return to this lovely town to raise our family. I recently retired after spending the last 22 years as a features copy editor at the local paper. I also did web and social media work as well as editing the religion page. I am active in volunteer work at our congregation, where I am co-chair of social action. I love to travel, read and knit.
We have three adult kids who live cost to coast.
We are not suffering from empty nest syndrome too badly because of a small white poodle named Ron Weasley.