A lovely double room in a classic Bath stone fronted house in the elegant Cotham area of Central Bristol. The room has a large, comfortable bed, its own private landing and bathroom as well as access to a study for those who are in Bristol for work.
A large room with a comfortable super king size bed on its own landing with a private bathroom. For those in Bristol for work, there is a small study available on the same landing.
Wifi is available. There is a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities are available in the room, as well as the basics for a simple breakfast - a stock of cereal, milk, juice, fruit and yogurt are provided on arrival. These can be topped up on request for guests staying more than one night.
The kitchen is in regular, daily use but is available to guests at certain times. Please check when booking. There are plenty of great cafés and restaurants locally but we can provide vegetarian suppers for those who do not feel like venturing out.
Interaction with guests
The guest accommodation is quite private, on a separate floor at the top of the house. However, we are available for any queries, directions, information about the area or recommendations.
Other things to note
Earliest check in time is 3pm but we cannot always guarantee to be at home at that time. We therefore agree a mutually convenient check in time with our guests.
We like people who stay to feel at home and can provide most standard amenities on request, although the room does not have a television.
We have two small, well behaved dogs called Enzo and Tiggy.
As this is our home, we ask that you treat it as if you were staying with friends. We also ask that only pre-agreed guests stay.
I'm Sue from Bristol and I have been hosting since September 2014. I've had a great time doing it and met some lovely people from the UK and beyond, some of whom are starting to come back for second visits. My husband Nick and I both have backgrounds in law. He is a barrister and I was a solicitor and, more recently, dealt with business development for large law firms. I have recently changed course and am in the process of setting up a small catering business so Airbnb is a really good fit. We have a little parsons terrier called Enzo who just loves having guests to stay and I am lucky enough to have a half share in a horse which I ride two or three times a week.