About this listing
Spacious, nicely furnished, shared kitchen and bathroom. See pictures other ad.
See pictures or read reviews other ad. We do have a young sweet dog (Labradoodle), so if you don't like dogs or are allergic, you should go elsewhere. She's in her bench when home though.
You can use all the rooms except my sleepingroom and dressroom.
Interaction with guests
We will meet depending on the time you use the kitchen/dinerroom but if you like to be private its fine with me too.
Guests are expected to behave and act just as they would like to be treated themselves ;-).
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
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One of my favourite qoutes is bij Sri Nisargadatta Maharsi: 'Everything you think you are, you are not.' * full quote underneath.
Nevertheless, I am a broadminded, spiritual, loving person, and believe that if we want to have a better more loving world, it should start with yourself. (There is a Gandhi qoute coming up here :-) ). That is why I choose to offer my home so that people who travel around can feel at ease.
I am also a mother of 4 children, of whom 2 still live partly with me, at the end stages of a divorce and overall in a major transition of life. Yet, despite the recent storms in my life I am centered in self in the knowledge that all is well. So if any of this speaks to you, you will feel very much at home in my appt.
Love and blessings!
"There is no such thing as a person. There are only restrictions and limitations. The sum total of these defines the person. You think you know yourself when you know what you are. But you never know who you are. The person merely appears to be, like the space within the pot appears to have the shape and volume and smell of the pot. See that you are not what you believe yourself to be. Fight with all the strength at your disposal against the idea that you are nameable and describable. You are not. Refuse to think of yourself in terms of this or that. There is no other way out of misery, which you have created for yourself through blind acceptance without investigation. Suffering is a call for enquiry, all pain needs investigation. Don’t be too lazy to think.”
― Nisargadatta Maharaj