1 mile to Johns Hopkins campus & bus shuttle to JHMI. On bus routes to downtown & Towson. Double bed with exclusive use of full bathroom, living/television room, personal street entry. Use of kitchen and dining room. Free parking. 4 night min stay.
This is actually a suite of a sitting room with two lounge chairs, a TV, a desk for computer use or studying, a bedroom adjacent to the sitting room which is separate with a door for privacy. Exclusive use of a full bathroom with shower Your entrance is private with adequate street parking right outside your entrance. . A personal use refrigerator with small freezer is provided along with a clothing rack and shoe holder. Access to the kitchen and living and dining rooms is by internal staircase where you may prepare your meals. Coffee and tea are on the house and the coffee pot is usually perking by 7 AM. Air conditioning allows personal climate control during the summer while the space is heated by a radiators from a central boiler when cooler weather arrives. Supplementary fan heater as required. A beautiful spot for long or short term guests.
Guests may use all parts of the house, including the kitchen and kitchen equipment, except the workshop area and the 2nd floor bathroom. A microwave is located off the kitchen on the main floor.
Общение с гостями
I live on the property and invariably am available to answer questions and provide assistance. My goal is that guests feel they are living "en famile' and to enjoy their stay. You can remain private or interact as you wish.
Другие важные подробности
Guests may use the kitchen and other areas of the house, including the deck.
Baltimore has a wide range of places to eat out. There are so many possibilities it is not practical to provide brochures for them all. I will happily give you an opinion if I have personal knowledge.
We want guests to enjoy their stay, if there is any way we can help you please ask.
No illegal activities anywhere on the property.
No guests without prior arrangement.
No smoking inside the house.
Strictly no eating in the room. Please use the dining table.
Wifi internet available. Service name 1034netgear – password cheryl1945
Key provided is for the exterior storm door. If you are the last person in please lock the storm door and use the dead lock on the interior door.
Plenty of street parking is available on 36th Street and Kimble, adjacent to the house. Please do not park in front of 1032 East 36th Street.
Feel free to come and go as you wish.
Check in 3.00pm – checkout 10.00am. If you wish to leave bags before check in or after check out please ask.
All kitchen appliances are available for your use but before using for the 1st time, ask us to show you how they work. Clean up behind yourself, worktops and stove top, and return all pots/pans etc. to where you found them
A washing machine is available at $5/load not including drying. We suggest you use the laundry on St Paul St or a local laundromat.
Space for your use in the refrigerator provided. Do not leave opened food containers in your room please store all dry goods in the plastic box provided for this purpose.
You are free to use all areas of the house except the top floor, the basement workshop/ boiler room and 1st floor bathroom.
Bedding and towels are changed for each new guest.
Longer term guests will have towels exchanged every 3 days. Bedding is changed every 7 days.
If you don’t know how to operate the shower/bath, please ask.
Please do not to play loud music.
Buses to down town Baltimore stop outside the house. Time tables are available. To find the best public transport route from E 36th St to a destination use the internet and access the MTA site for full information.
Cheryl: I am a retired high school English teacher who just can't give up teaching. I retired from teaching high school English but have discovered the joy of teaching community college. Besides teaching I enjoy making jewelry, knitting and reading a good book. My favorite destination is Maui, Hawaii. I do love to cook and try new recipes; I often invite my guests to try my dishes. Meeting new travelers from around the world has been both rewarding and enriching. My goal is to make all my guests feel as they were at home in my home.