Beautiful neighborhood, great room for 1 guest, with a twin bed, private bathroom, shady front porch, wifi, 5 minutes by car from downtown, 15 minutes from beach. Great for folks who are looking for a great price and a relaxing place with easy access to the entire Savannah area.
I am an artist, writer and composer, so your room will be where I do a lot of my work! Right now I am working on a musical, and you will be able to witness the work in progress, if you are interested in music. My home is also filled with books, games and beautiful artifacts from my many travels, so there will lots to keep you interested, even without going out.
The kitchen can be used to wash clothes, store food, prepare a snack, there are chairs and beach towels for a trip to Tybee, and a cooler for the beach, and ice. A first aid kit is in the bathroom, just in case!
Interaction with guests
I am happy to share my stories with my guests, but I know some folks want to rest and keep to themselves.
Other things to note
my home is a little off the beaten path but is only minutes from everything once you have been here, so i like to meet my guests at a nearby location, starbucks or mcdonalds and lead them to my home to make sure they don't get lost.
No trailers are allowed in my neighborhood
Of course, no smoking is allowed, and it is a very quiet neighborhood, so my guest will not be able to bring home other guests for the night. But they may have visitors and use the back porch during normal hours of the day.
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I am a pretty busy person; I tutor SCAD students in the evenings, and during the day I paint, write and compose music, design jewelry, garden, and cook. I have just closed my small cafe which was open for 5 years, where I received a recommendation from National Geographic Traveler Magazine. I used to have an actual B&B, and I was told I made the best breakfasts in Savannah! I have just reopened as an airbnb and I am looking forward to cooking again for my new guests.
When I traveled for about 3 years, about ten years ago, I tried to stay in people's homes as often as possible, and did this all through Europe, Canada and the US. I think it's the best way to get to know a place, and its people.