Are you traveling through Reno and looking for a cozy comfy private room and bath? This quaint abode is minutes from I-80, the university, midtown, Rancho SanRafael and casino district. Add-queen bed, living room, kitchenette and private entrance in a safe neighborhood and you have my "Montana Cabana". The studio is charmingly decorated in a "western theme" which highlights the Montana I grew up in. Guests can count on the cabana to be clean, comfortable and relaxing.
My cabana is unique in that it provides guests with a spacious studio apartment, totally independent of my private residence. Pictures depict the layout of the studio. While there is a sitting area and portable bbq at the base of the stairs to the studio, guests are welcome to also enjoy the larger courtyard in the front yard of my home. The courtyard is particularly enjoyable on hot summer days as it is shaded all day long.
Interaction with guests
try to meet all my guests upon their arrival and provide a brief orientation to my home and the studio. I take cues from my guests as to the level of interaction they would like. The welcome manual includes contact information that enables guests to contact me as needed. The guidebook in the welcome manual lists the locationsI of nearby grocery stores, Starbucks, restaurants, shopping malls and interesting places to see and visit.
No recreational use of marijuana. There is only parking for one standard vehicle. If there is going to be more than one vehicle (including visiting guests) please discuss options with Carol in advance.
Hi, my name is Carol and this private turn-key studio is in my home. I have lived in this NW Reno neighborhood for almost 40 years; a great community to raise a family in - so close to so much. My hope is that many travelers (domestic and international) will have their Reno visit enriched by a "stay" in my newest airbnb site . I first learned of Airbnb in the summer of 2014. OMG - someone has created a business based on staying with the locals - exactly as I had been able to do during my travels to England, Russia, the Ukraine and Italy. In fact, my fondest memories of those trips are the connections that occurred as I learned about the people, the history, and communities “first hand” - from those who lived there. It was an ominous moment when I realized thats how I want to spend my retirement (from education) - connecting with travelers that are guests in my home(s). This studio, which I fondly call my Montana Cabana, is a tribute to my upbringing in the beautiful state of Montana. In the summer of 2015 I took my parents to their final resting place in my dad's home town and reconnected with my Montana heritage. The studio is a tribute to that heritage and a very special vacation taken with children, grandchildren and close friends. My ideal of travel is to "share the experience with people you treasure".