The garden room opens to a spacious back yard with Mt. Tam in the distance. Sleep in comfort on a firm futon and enjoy a private bathroom all to yourself. Hiking trails are close by and the garden room is just eight miles from the Golden Gate Bridge.
The Garden Room overlooks a spacious garden full of native California landscaping, fruit trees, and vegetables . Behind the garden is a stunning view of Mt. Tamalpais. Mt. Tam offers hours of hiking and days of camping overlooking the Pacific ocean.
Full windows facing the South and West flood the garden room with sunshine. A standard size, firm futon bed is comfortable for one person or a couple. You'll have plenty of closet and drawer space.
Guests have their own private room and bathroom including shower. The room is equipped with a microwave, refrigerator, and eating utensils. Kitchen privileges in the main house are not available. Wi-fi is iffy and unreliable. Some guests go to the nearby Starbucks or library to work online. There's access to the deck and benches in the garden.
After an initial welcome and a chance to say hello, answer questions, and make recommendations, I'll likely be back to the privacy of my own space. We might share a cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening if our schedules permit. I work from home most days so I'm likely to be here during your stay to answer questions or get acquainted.
Here are the rules:
1. Quiet before 7am and after 10pm
2. No smoking, no drugs
3. Turn off lights and heat when you leave
4. If it's raining, wipe your feet
5. A complete set of "Tips & Guidelines" will be provided to guests when they check in.
I'm a woman of many interests and considerable energy. You might as likely find me hiking on Mt. Tam, speaking at a Board of Supervisor's meeting, consulting with a nonprofit client, or gathering kale or collards from the garden to prepare dinner for friends. I like travel, movies, dining out, and discussing politics and religion. I enjoy the raucous first Friday of the month Hoodslam entertainment wrestling event as much as I cherish the silence of the Mary Magdelene Chapel. I've served on several Boards and published two books, including "Simply Go*d: Celebrating the Divine In Daily Life", which pretty much sums up my philosophy of love and life.