This house is tall in ceilings & character. Still a work in progress, but we've come a long way! A lot of work - but we are FINALLY ready! :) It is located near the Bayou Grande. A real keeper!
Kitchen has: Stove, fridge, micro, single cup coffee maker
20 minutes from Pensacola Beach;
3 Night Mininum; No Animals; No smoking.
The ole girl survived hurricane Ivan and is with us today. The floors are PINE, not oak, and boy did they shine when we redid them. She's still a work in progress, but we'll just keep plugging away at the little details. :)
Once you are approved for your stay - Please contact us by phone number for access information. Juli and Dan Morris
Other things to note
1 Bed is Queen; 1 is a double;
Parking - can accommodate 2 cars; it is a small 1/2 circle driveway.
Not sure how familiar you are with Pensacola. I would welcome your constructive feedback as this is our first year with Airbnb – we want to ensure this is a great stay!
Hopefully you'll find the attached document useful
Put our cell number in your phone
Getting in to the house: Contact owner
Lighting: We have a 24 x 7 light on the front of the house
Fire Extinguisher: Please locate the fire extinguisher in the kitchen.
During your stay:
You are in District 2, this is important to know for the following reasons:
• If there are weather conditions,
• If Escambia County is spraying for mosquitoes.
• Check out (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN): Navy Point Neighbors for announcements
Once you are approved for your stay - you can contact us by our phone number. Juli and Dan Morris
Before you leave please make sure:
You reset the Thermostat:
Summer: Please set the thermostat to 80 and press hold
Turn mini blind slats tilted up – so as not to let direct sunlight in during the summer.
(keeps the house cooler.)
Spring / Fall: Please turn OFF the thermostat
Winter: Please set the thermostat to 55 and press hold
Dirty laundry is in the laundry room.
Garbage is collected and in the outside can, and the outside can is pulled to the road.
(Garbage pickup is on Wednesdays.)
We want to make your stay as comfortable as possible! And we want to maintain our property. So please let us know – if you find any maintenance issues, bugs, etc.
Question: Is there anything we could do to improve your stay next time?
Typically this is minimal - usually a text or phone will do it.
This is my hubby Dan; we have a great space that we think you'll enjoy.