This quiet room on the second floor is perfect for hosting a single person, a couple, or even a family. The room includes one queen bed, a twin bed, two ornate night stands, spacious chest of drawers, desk with a small lamp, large closet space, and a private bathroom.
Our guests have access to a large kitchen, refrigerator (used exclusively by Airbnb guests), dining room, living room, billiard room, library, study, and scenic backyard as well as DVDs, CDs, records, books and board games.
Our large home provides a peaceful, naturalistic retreat conveniently located near Spring, The Woodlands or even downtown Houston. We also offer lots of fun within the home with movies, ping pong, billiards and board games galore. :)
Our guests have access to:
• Living room (large TV including cable, Netflix, Amazon Prime)
• Library (cable TV, Netflix, Amazon Prime)
• Dining room
• Roll top desk
• CD/record player
• Billiard/ping pong table
• Foosball coffee table
• DVD collection
• Board game collection
• Video game collection
• Scenic backyard
• Basketball goal
• Full kitchen
The kitchen includes:
• 2 ovens
• Toaster oven
• Coffee maker
• Quesadilla maker
• Death Star waffle maker
• George Foreman grill
• Separate refrigerator/freezer in garage
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We're happy to provide as much or as little interaction with our guests as they desire. For those wanting company, interactions could involve shared meals, movies, ping pong, billiards, board games, video games and/or good conversation.
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We have an older boxer named Ella Fitzgerald. (Boxers have short hair and don't produce a lot of pet dander.) She's a rescue dog who's calm and loves people. We make sure to keep the house well-cleaned. As a courtesy to our guests, Ella isn't allowed in the bedrooms unless she's specifically invited in.
• Use common courtesy. :)
• Provide a two hour check-in window via Airbnb messages.
• Respect quiet hours from 11PM - 8AM Sun - Thurs & 12AM - 9AM Fri - Sat.
• Leave the kitchen like you found it—stove top clean, no dishes left in sink or out to air dry, etc.
• Provide your own food except coffee, tea & condiments.
• Bring no food upstairs. (Drinks are allowed upstairs but only with lids.)
• Use coasters for your drinks.
• Bring only one car for each booked room.
• No smoking or vaping anywhere on the property, including the backyard and driveway. (The host is severely allergic, so there’s a $500 fee for any violation.)
• Guests are financially responsible for any and all property damage.
• Do not engage in illegal activities on the property, including torrenting.
• Do not use others’ private computers. (There are no public computers or printers in the house.)
• Know the Wi-Fi turns off in the middle of the night from 1-6AM.
• Don't set up any TVs or desktop computers anywhere in the house.
• Provide your own laundry detergent and empty the lint trap before using the dryer.
• Do wear a shirt both inside and around the house.
• Don’t sunbathe anywhere on the property or leave the bedroom wearing only underwear.
• Guests are not allowed to have their own guests without the host’s permission.
• Know the A/C gets set to no lower than 75°.
• For plumbing reasons, please flush nothing down the toilet but bodily waste and toilet paper AND do not use bleach with laundry... Is there a more delicate way of saying, "We have an Aerobic septic system. For the love of all that is good and holy, please do not put food, grease, bleach, feminine products, paper towels, or Kleenxes down any drain"? It will get messed up and be super-expensive to fix. Thanks ahead of time.
A native of Minnesota, I've lived in Texas for 7 years and the Houston area for 1 year. I'm a husband, blogger, reader, Spurs fan, Star Wars nerd, and board game geek. I also enjoy interesting conversation, vinyl records, and old school video games. Oh, and I'm the kinda pastor who hopes to embody these two quotes:
"The reward for getting one answer is you get three more questions. That's why life goes on being exciting." - N.T. Wright
"While it's true that hurting people hurt people, I've found the inverse to be true as well. Healing people heal people." - Philip Yancey