Our kids are grown up. Two upstairs bedrooms are available in our 1900's farmhouse . Double bed in one room. Trundle bed in other. Shared bath downstairs. Kitchen privileges. Wood heat in winter; AC in summer. 5-10 minutes to town or campus by car.
We bought this old run down farm house 30 years ago and fixed it up. We love it here. We have 2 bedrooms for the one price. Can sleep 4 using both rooms. Cora's room with the trundle bed is very small. There's not much room to walk around with the trundle bed open. Bonnie's bed is a standard double with a firm tempurpedic mattress. You can use Cora's room as a dressing room if you don't need it for sleeping. Keep in mind that we have one bathroom in our home.
We have plenty of parking space. Guests are welcome to use the kitchen. We'll provide juice and breakfast items that you can help yourself to. We also have a separate living room that guests can watch TV or snuggle up by the wood stove. We have cable and Netflix in the living room. There are no TVs in the bedrooms. Front porch is a lovely place to sit. We do share one bathroom with clawfoot tub, shower, and laundry. We have an outhouse outside as well for emergency or just a great place to go to the bathroom.
Interaction with guests
We'll enjoy meeting our guests. We are a good resource to our community and Southeastern Ohio. We enjoy not being pestered when we travel and will afford our guests the same courtesy.
Other things to note
You'll be renting two rooms. Bonnie's room has a double bed (Tempurpedic mattress). Cora's room is quite small and has a single bed with a trundle under it. We don't have locks to the bedroom doors.
We ask that you set up your office in the bedroom or the living room, not the kitchen. It is too busy of a common area to be a work space. We do request that you keep your wet towels in the bathroom. You don't have to take off your shoes when you come in. We don't care what time you come and go. Just common courtesy is expected. We do not have any pets. Smoking is OK outside or on the porch.
Suzanne lives in a small college town, Athens, OH, with her husband Phil. Suzanne's a nurse. Phil was a union carpenter. We don't work much anymore outside our home. We love to travel. Especially to visit our daughters. One in Brooklyn, one in Charleston, SC. Son and family live in Athens.