Our guest suite is a daylight basement living room and bedroom area with a semi-private entrance through the kitchen. An additional entrance is available through the back porch/yard. Guests have the privacy of the living room/bedroom/bathroom suite downstairs to enjoy a relaxing stay. Street parking available. Access to bus route, two miles to downtown Missoula restaurants and theaters, mountain trails, and two miles to the University of Montana.
You will be met by Adrian and Nancy, long-time residences of Missoula. We'll leave you to relax in the basement suite living area or in the backyard. We enjoy being Airbnb hosts because of the wonderful people we meet. We've actually learned how to play pickleball from our guests. We welcome you winter or summer. But in the warmer months, please join us for morning coffee on the deck.
After guests have checked in, they may come and go as they choose. Guest may enter through the kitchen door near the garage using the key pad, then follow the stairs to their basement room. The last four digits of your cell phone number will be your coded entered into the key pad. Guests can park on either Sentinel or Lester streets (plenty of space available).
Interaction with guests
We are more than willing to give directions and suggestions for activities or events in the area. Adrian was born in Montana and Nancy has lived here for 38 years. We can visit as needed and as schedules allow.
Other things to note
We do have laundry facilities if guests are in need. The refrigerator is in the laundry room for food and beverage items. There is another bedroom with a single bed for an additional $20.00. Cooking facilities are limited to microwave and coffee pot. We do have a small cat that stays upstairs most of the time.
No smokers or pets. We expect people to act as guests and limit activities past 10:00 p.m.
I am a retired contractor carpenter. A native of Montana, I enjoy traveling, stone carving, and cooking. Because of my experiences with running, my life's motto emerged - you can run the race or lay in the ditch and die. With Nancy, my wife of 23 years, we welcome your visit. See you in Missoula.