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Red Victorian - Earth Bunk in shared Peacock Room

Shared room in hostel hosted by Zarinah
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This listing is for a beautiful bunk space in our shared "Peacock" room, part of the historic Red Victorian near Haight-Ashbury. The "Earth Bunk" is a BOTTOM BUNK.

The Red Victorian is an experimental community run hotel that offers unique guest experiences. While here, we invite you to attend events: lectures & talks, skill shares, music nights, art shows!

Close to Golden Gate Park and Twin Peaks, this central location also offers easy direct lines to both downtown and the beach.

The space
The Peacock room is a shared space with four beds - this listing is for the Earth bunk, which is a bottom bunk. The "Peacock" Hostel Room is located on the 2nd floor of the house, overlooking our quiet little private garden. The furniture is also composed of armoires and a sink. You will have access to the 5 shared bathrooms of the house (1 in the 2nd floor + a restroom and 4 in the 3rd floor). This listing is for a bed in a shared room, suitable for 1 traveler per booking - please see our other listing for private rooms.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Peacock quiet hours are 10pm - 8am. Please be mindful of other guests who may be sleeping, as well as our resident in the neighboring room.

Guest access
- Self check-in from 4pm onwards. Self check-out at 11am. If you arrive early, you can leave your bags in our guest storage area on the ground floor until check-in time.

- You will have access to your bedroom and all the shared spaces (main space, kitchen, lounge with sauna, shared bathrooms, and an office space).

- Like its people, the space changes frequently and offers surprises and secrets at every turn. We welcome you to explore and discover its various experiences (but please leave shared spaces better than you found them!).

Other things to note
This listing is for a single bunk bed in a shared room, suitable for 1 traveler per booking - please see our other listing for private rooms.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Peacock quiet hours are 10pm - 8am. Please be mindful of other guests who may be sleeping, as well as our resident in the neighboring room.

Licence number
1003249
This listing is for a beautiful bunk space in our shared "Peacock" room, part of the historic Red Victorian near Haight-Ashbury. The "Earth Bunk" is a BOTTOM BUNK.

The Red Victorian is an experimental community run hotel that offers unique guest experiences. While here, we invite you to attend events: lectures & talks, skill shares, music nights, art shows!

Close to Golden Gate Park and Twin Peaks, this central location also offers easy direct lines to both downtown and the beach.

The space
The Peacock room is a shared space with four beds - this listing is for the Earth bunk, which is a bottom bunk. The "Peacock" Hostel Room is located on the 2nd floor of the house, overlooking our quiet little private garden. The furniture is also composed of armoires and a sink. You will have access to the 5 shared bathrooms of the house (1 in the 2nd floor + a restroom and 4 in the 3rd floor). This listing is for a bed in a shared room, suitable for 1 traveler per booking - please see our other listing for private rooms.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Peacock quiet hours are 10pm - 8am. Please be mindful of other guests who may be sleeping, as well as our resident in the neighboring room.

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1 single bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

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San Francisco, California, United States

Haight-Ashbury is an incredible relic of San Francisco’s past. The neighborhood, also known as “The Haight” or “Upper Haight”, succinctly personifies the City’s history, aesthetic, and culture.

It is perhaps the most colorful swath of acreage in San Francisco, and remains one of the last-standing neighborhoods to retain an eccentric personality.

The Haight rose to fame during the Counterculture Movement during the Vietnam War era; it became a regular feature in international news headlines and incited a global initiative for social change with special thanks to the 1967 Summer of Love, and a little help from Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead.

The Haight-Ashbury neighborhood is nestled in between three parks: Golden Gate Park, the Panhandle, and Buena Vista Park, making it somewhat of an urban oasis. Within the parks you'll find: Museums, botanical gardens, seasonal music festivals, and a tea garden.

We recommend:
- Eating at a one of the delicious restaurants or food trucks, or catching a bus to Japantown for ramen.
- Renting a bike and crossing the famous bay bridge.
- Walking, biking, skating or pedal boating in the park.
- Shopping in the local stores.
- Attending a local art or theatre performance.

*Coffee Shops*
Coffee to the People is the legit coffee shop of Haight street. Go here for a little revolution in your coffee. 3 blocks east at 1206 Masonic.
Flywheel Coffee Roasters is a flashy new coffee shop and roastery with a decent amount of seating and coworking. 2 blocks west at 672 Stanyan street.
Reverie Cafe several blocks south at 848 Cole St. and has a lovely garden patio.
Cafe International a bit further down haight is a local treasure

*Bars*
Zam Zam is the original haight street bar with the famous round bar. Open since 1941. Half a block east at 1633 Haight Street.
Alembic has a mean Old Fashioned and other classic cocktails, as well as modern twists on all of the above. 1 block west at 1725 Haight Street.

*Restaurants*
Street Taco is just a block away at 1607 Haight St. and is a go-to burrito spot.
Cha Cha Cha features caribbean small plates and yummy sangria! At 1801 Haight St.
The Citrus Club serves heart-warming pho & asian fusion. 1790 Haight St at Shrader.
Sparrow is classy but casual, American, and BRUNCH! At 1640 Haight Street.

*Other*
Bound Together - the dearly loved anarchist book collective on Haight St.
Booksmith has an incredible array of books and book events, readings, tastings, and other valuable community activities. Half a block east at 1644 Haight street.
Loved to Death is a shop of “deathly” curiosities. 2 doors west at 1681 Haight Street.
Mom’s Tattoo Parlor for all your tattoo and piercing needs. Ask for Christian and tell them that the Red Vic sent you! 3 blocks east at 1408 Haight Street.
Haight-Ashbury is an incredible relic of San Francisco’s past. The neighborhood, also known as “The Haight” or “Upper Haight”, succinctly personifies the City’s history, aesthetic, and culture.

It is…

Twin Peaks
1.7 km
Japanese Tea Garden
1.7 km
Tartine Bakery
2.4 km
Golden Gate Park
3.2 km

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House rules
Check-in: 4:00 pm - 2:00 am
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm