This bright cosy room with a private toilet and shower is in our apartment. It is on the third floor, with lift access. There is private car parking on the grounds.
There is an efficient rail and bus service to Edinburgh, and it takes 35 minutes to the capital by car.
There is fast, unlimited fibre internet.
The room has a double bed with duvet and four pillows. A table lamp can be used as a bedside light.
The en suite toilet has an electric shower, and towels, shampoo/conditioner, shower gel and hand soap are supplied. The room has a radiator, and a heated towel rail in the en suite. There is plenty of excellent hot water (heating is off just now, so just ask if you are cold)
The mirrored, built-in wardrobe has hangers and storage for suitcases.
Two drawers of a chest are available.
Although we will not supply breakfast, we have put in a kettle with tea makings, a coffee machine and supplies and a mini fridge with water, milk etc.
There are sockets with USB charge points and the big window opens fully.
Tall, blonde (from a bottle of youth) and reasonably fit and active. These are my positive points. My eyes are dimming and my skin is sagging, which is the downside of 60, I suppose.
I am very proudly Scottish, and I share my nation's need to explore and learn. When we retired, my husband and I launched into a life of homelessness. We decided to travel around Europe by tent in the summer and rented apartment, preferably on the south coast of Europe, in the winter. Tenting is good, and French and Austrian campsites are the very best, but nothing beats a house for comfort if it is too hot or too cold. Airbnb has been designed for us!
I learned French and German at school, and I am learning Spanish from a language programme. Slowly. Frustratingly for me, my husband appears to read minds. Without bothering to remember a word of Spanish, he can listen and understand Spanish in a way I simply cannot. Between us we can get along in lots of places.