Warm cosy room with wooden beams-enhanced cleaning

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Privat rom i rekkehus med Karren som vert

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This is a gorgeous double room, in a beautiful house situated in a quiet residential area two and a half miles (under ten minutes drive) from Leeds city centre. There is safe on-street parking outside the house.

Guests have commented on how cosy and comfortable this room is. It's our favourite one in the house!

Stedet
This wonderful attic room has symmetrical gently polished wooden beams. The window is dressed with a Roman blind. There is an old Victorian fireplace, and the bed is exceedingly comfy, with a memory foam mattress.

If you like to sit in bed and admire the view you'll love spending restful time in here.

The house has just been lovingly renovated and decorated to a high standard. Downstairs there is a living room, a dining room and a fully-equipped kitchen all available for your use. On the first floor there is a small bathroom featuring a loo and a sink. On your floor there is a brand new bathroom with a shower and bath.

Please note that this is one of four bedrooms in the house. Typically each room accommodates one person staying in Leeds for work, so it's possible that you will be sharing the house with three others. Due to restrictions brought about in order to protect from Covid 19, we now only accept guests on a long terms basis, i.e. at least a month. We also provide disinfectant spray for hard surfaces, hand sanitiser, and protective gloves and masks for our guests.

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Leeds, Storbritannia

The house is on a friendly street with lots of cats (it was once dubbed Britain's Friendliest Street!). It's in the Armley district of Leeds, which is a working class area with lots of character. The house is 2.5 miles from the centre of Leeds and one hour’s drive to York, Manchester,Sheffield. It’s close to the city of Bradford and about thirty minute's drive from Haworth, the home of the Brontes.

In Leeds City Centre you will love the shopping arcades such as the Victoria Quarter, the restaurants, theatres, art galleries, bars and clubs. Also, Leeds has a vibrant music scene. It's easy to get into the city centre. You could drive there in ten minutes, take a bus from the end of the street (two minutes' walk from the house) or take a taxi for around £5.

If you have a car (you can park it in the street outside the house) or take the train you can enjoy the choice of countryside and historical locations that you can visit with less than an hour's drive, and the stunning coastal views of the North East coast at two hour's drive.

Karren er vert

  1. Ble med i november 2012
  • 612 anmeldelser
  • Identitet er verifisert
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  • Støtter Airbnb.org
My story with Airbnb starts in 2012, when my partner and I travelled to Spain and met our first Airbnb host (hi Brad!) in Seville. We were so impressed by him, and his setup, that we thought maybe we could do the same. My partner had a house in Leeds, in the north of England, for which he had not been able to find suitable tenants, so we thought why not try to rent it out on Airbnb? Since then we estimate that we’ve hosted over 3000 guests, and it's been great! It's taught us a lot about humanity in the sense that most people have been awesome! Our ethos in hosting on Airbnb is to treat people like gold. We really value the people we work with, and of course our guests, working hard to make everyone’s stay a brilliant one. For me no other approach would make sense. Airbnb has given us a lot of freedom, and we have enjoyed staying with other Airbnb hosts around Europe. Since we started hosting on Airbnb, a few things have changed in my life. I'm no longer working as a publisher, but still writing - not as much as before, but I hope to return to that (and finish my novel!). I've had some struggles with my health, and this means that as a guest I'm looking for some very specific things when I search for places to stay. I suffer from rheumatoid arthritis so heating and accessibility are important, and unfortunately I've also started to experience electro-sensitivity (allergy to Wi-Fi and mobile phone signals) which is extremely debilitating. So I'm always searching for places off the beaten track - isolated spots where I won't meet people using mobile phones. The ideal situation is a place with a broadband router where it's possible to switch off the Wi-Fi, but still connect to the internet using an ethernet cable (which I carry with me) - remember how we used to connect to the Internet 10 or so years ago? ;) I can't use a mobile phone, so it can be a little difficult keeping in touch with hosts while I'm travelling. I have to be quite organised before I set off, and then ask my partner to send messages for me when we are en route. I have food sensitivities which means that I can't eat out, so I would always be self-catering when I travel. And finally I am sensitive to chemicals and fragrances; for this reason we always bring our own bedding so that we don't have to ask our hosts to make special arrangements to wash their bedding in products without fragrances. If as a host, however, you could avoid using perfumes such as air fresheners in the property before we arrive that would be great. Finally, sometimes we do travel with Mittens, our cat. I hasten to say that she is fully house trained! Since we started this journey the term digital nomad has come into use, as has the lesser known phrase electro refugee. I’m somewhere between the two at the moment! Thank you for reading! There’s a strange matter to address, and I hope it’s appropriate to do so here. I was left very strange review left for me (by Selda, October 2019). I didn’t write a review in return for this host as I felt to do so would affect their business very badly. (Several things promised to me before I made the reservation didn’t happen, we had a really bad time there, and then the host made up some strange stories and tried to extort a lot of money from me. Thankfully Airbnb didn’t support them in this, but they also said they wouldn’t remove the review, as it seems defamation is not an issue with Airbnb reviews). I was unable to respond to the review because I didn’t leave on myself, so all I can do is state here that not one phrase of it is true, and if you want to ask me anything about it please do just send me a message. And for the record, here’s my original profile! I am a writer and publisher, and recently I moved from the UK to the Iberian peninsula with my partner James, for the climate and wonderful culture. We've been pioneering "slow travel" - living and working in a place for a few months to really savour the experience, and then moving on. We've been working as Airbnb hosts while we do this, and our first Airbnb home in Seville was an incredible success. We chose somewhere beautiful and very close to the main cultural attractions,and our guests adored it as much as we did. We stayed in Seville for seven months - it was paradise! - then we went to Portugal and lived by the sea at Cascais, and now we are living in the mountains near Malaga. We also realised that we could offer James’ house in Leeds on Airbnb with the help of our neighbours and that's going very well indeed - people seem to appreciate a cosy home as an alternative to staying in a hotel. We also stay in other Airbnb homes a lot when we travel - I guess you could call us Airbnb addicts!
My story with Airbnb starts in 2012, when my partner and I travelled to Spain and met our first Airbnb host (hi Brad!) in Seville. We were so impressed by him, and his setup, that…

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A member of the team will show you around when you arrive if they are working at the house, otherwise we have a lockbox to enable you to check in yourself. One of us will be available during check in times (2pm-9pm) by phone, and after that we are just a phone call or message away. A team member can pop round if you need help. There will be guests in the other rooms, all of which are lockable. It's usually one guest to a room, and there are four rooms in total). We chose our guests carefully to maintain a peaceful house with a good atmosphere.
A member of the team will show you around when you arrive if they are working at the house, otherwise we have a lockbox to enable you to check in yourself. One of us will be availa…

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