This quirky two storey Californian red cedar house built in 1960's is near the Murray River, the Mildura Arts Centre and 10 minutes walk from the city centre and includes a comfortable room, a welcoming host and a peaceful location.
The room is large, light and airy with plenty of space to sleep (queen size bed), read, relax and work or study. The guest bedroom is downstairs with a nearby toilet off the back porch and washing facilities. Guests share a downstairs kitchen and upstairs bathroom and shower. Free wifi and a lovely garden.
I will endeavor to always be present when you arrive but if not, will leave clear instructions for access. Guests will be provided with their own door key.
Общение с гостями
If time permits, I am happy to show guests around the region and especially recommend Mungo National Park which I love and where I have worked extensively.
Другие важные подробности
Not really suitable for children under 5 but we can discuss. Host is particularly happy to host long term students visiting the area for placements, research or study.
Welcome clean, respectful guests.
General rules like:
- Clean up after yourselves and within reason, replace any items used or broken;
- No additional guests without approval of host;
- Reasonably quiet after 10.30pm;
- No smoking inside;
- Pets may be allowed;
- respect off-limits areas of the house.
Friendly, active and interested, cosmopolitan country style, welcoming and curious. All of these make me a SuperHost!
I love having people stay in my house - especially if they love good food and music and are respectful guests with good stories. I love traveling! Recent trips were to Gilli Air in Indonesia where I slept, ate, swam, wrote and relaxed; Malta in Europe where I worked on my fiction book and explored this fascinating island with locals; I drove with friends up the Centre of Australia (camping in swags) via the Oodnadatta Track, Uluru, Kakadu, the Darwin Art Fair before a left turn to Fitzroy Crossing and Broome before flying home; a trip to Buenos Aires and Iguazu Falls (splendid) and escaped the southern winter for a week in Byron Bay for the Writers' Festival (and hills & beaches). Roadtrip soundtracks included Edward Sharpe, Radiohead, Prince, Tim Buckley, Tame Impala and anything we can singalong to loudly including gospel and blues. Food is quality products and as fresh as possible and accompanied by good wine and the occasional G&T.