North-facing room gets sun all day in winter. Hanging & shelving cupboard space. En-suite bathroom with shower & roof window. Open-plan kitchen & lounge. Own parking spot. Quiet area in security estate. Share house with 2 young ladies & 2 sweet cats.
The space is inviting and should appeal to most tastes. Furnished simply and colourfully - but not gaudily - (and on a budget!), it is a typical young working person's house. The bedroom is lived in by a tree-hugging postdoctoral researcher, who cleanses the space regularly using smudging (which has also been proven by science to clean the air of harmful and pathogenic bacteria) and loves crystals. Guests are invited to enjoy the atmosphere, burn incense and relax in both the bedroom and lounge, and on the patio, provided that it is respected. Please feel free to browse through the eclectic library in the bedroom, but leave the books - I use them for my research and they don't all belong to me. Thank you!
Guests are welcome to use my bedroom (one section of the cupboards for shelving and hanging space will be cleared for guest use and clearly marked) and its ensuite bathroom, the lounge, kitchen, guest toilet downstairs and the outdoor patio (which has a braai/barbeque). Guests are asked to respect the space of and stay out of my housemates rooms and the garage (which is used for storage).
Interakcija s gostima
I will most likely be traveling whenever the room is available to rent, so unfortunately I probably won't be able to interact with guests; however, I will leave information about things to do in and around Stellenbosch, and in Cape Town - I grew up here, so I know it like the back of my hand :)
The neighbour has a dog that does bark occasionally, but it is seldom a problem.
Guests are expected to be considerate towards housemates at all times, i.e. no smoking is accepted at any time, on any part of the property; NO illegal drugs of any kind are permitted on the property ( for numerous valid reasons, not that I judge the use of any psychoactives at all); noise is to be kept to a minimum, especially if leaving early or arriving late; the housemates personal space and possessions, in both their rooms and in the communal areas (e.g. fridge shelves, laundry stands) are to be left alone.