Your home away from home is close to Cal Poly, hiking, art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, wineries, and the beach. You’ll love this 410 sq. ft. studio apartment because of the neighborhood, the decor, the access to all things SLO, and the comfy bed. We're new to AirBnB and don't have many reviews yet, so we're offering our place at a deeply discounted rate. Please note that we are licensed with the city of SLO (license #113984), so our rate includes a required 13% lodging tax.
This is the master bedroom suite in our home, with a newly remodeled shower and new (yes, sustainably harvested green-certified) hardwood flooring. There is a kitchenette adjacent to the bedroom, with toaster oven, microwave, coffee-maker, small refrigerator, electric kettle, etc. Please note: this is not a full kitchen, there is no cooktop or full-size oven. However, use of the main house kitchen is available by arrangement.
Zugang für Gäste
The suite has a private entrance, with access to our back porch with gas grill, and to the washer and dryer in the garage. Use of our kitchen is available by arrangement.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are almost always available in the evenings, and frequently throughout the day. We're happy to offer suggestions as to places to hike, eat, shop, kayak and all the other great things there are to do on the beautiful Central Coast. Hablamos espanol! On parle aussi un peu de francais!
I'm a psychologist in private practice in California. I love to travel--have traveled throughout Europe and the US, as well as parts of Asia and Latin America. I'm fairly fluent in Spanish, can get by in French, and have spoken and (mostly) forgotten German and Japanese. My wife Amalia is Peruvian and worked for many years as an adventure guide in the Andes and the Amazon. In addition to English and Spanish, she is fluent in Quechua, and can get by in Portuguese and French. She's very interested in traditional cultures, ceremonies, and spiritual traditions. Our son, Noah, is 14, plays basketball and the trumpet, and has never met a video game he doesn't like (much to his parents' chagrin).