Your own cozy private room + private bath!
8min WALK to RED LINE metro station bring you directly to DC, 1min walk to bus stop, 20-30min drive to downtown DC!! 15-20min walk to grocery and mall, and a regional park.
FREE wifi and FREE parking
Your spacious, private, clean, cosy room is waiting for you complete with bed, tables, lamps, cabinets, sofa. It has a private bath inside for your convenience.
This room is on the second floor, well lighted.
There is free WI-FI in the house
You share kitchen/living area with the other guests, washer & dryer inside the house as well.
The home and property is strictly non smoking.
Special notes: we don't provide free meal, and there is no TV, but you are welcome to use the refrigerator. If you are looking for a get-up-and-go place, this is perfect for you.
On evenings and weekends, I could definitely show you around if I have time.
Kitchen (Stoves, appliances, and cooking wares)
Livingroom (Magazine, books, drums, guitar)
Washer+Dryer in the basement (with fee)
Interaction with guests
A nice conversation would be great. If you prefer not to, it's absolutely ok.
Other things to note
You can check in anytime after 3pm. It is ok to check in late in the evening too as we understand that travel sometimes takes time.
There is an additional fee for extra guests. Inform us beforehand so we can prepare an extra bed if there are more than two people.
For long term (month to month) guests:
-Government ID will be required for checking in
I would like you to be kind, respectful, responsible, clean, and caring individuals who like to try out new things.
Strictly no smoking in the property.
Please leave your shoes in the cabinet beside the main door/front door
Washer+dryer has a fee of $5/load
Originally I'm from China. Although my home town is famous for its liqueor, I'm definitely not an alcoholic =))))) But I can drink, challenge me!!!!! I'm a nonsmoker, too. LOVE to travel and to experience new things which, I believe, makes me grow and become mature. By talking to people from around the world and hearing their side of stories, I have come to some new thoughts about this planet we live in. I love Washington D.C. There are many great museums to check out, lots of trails for running and bicycling. Potomac river is a great place for kayaking during the summer. Just so many things to do in this city :)