The SpaceWhen you pull up to the big beautiful house, you come in with keyless entry, up the stairs, down the hall, and our room is to the right. There are 6 other people living here, 20s & 30s professionals. Dave owns the house and my fiancé and I rent a big room here. There's a big bed, zen-like vibe in the room, with views outside the window of Mt. Diablo. You share the bathroom with one person. She's very nice, and is mostly gone to work during the week... It's been really sunny this summer, so you can watch a movie on the big screen, go swimming in the salt water pool, hang out in the sauna, or work out on the elliptical. :) Guest AccessYou'll have access to common living areas, the salt-water pool, sauna (just make sure to only have it on when you are in it) the main bathroom downstairs, and Hans and Cindy's room, upstairs in the last room on the right. Interaction with GuestsI'm happy to talk with you over the phone and tell you some amazing places in the area to visit, and also will be available over the phone during your stay. There are all kinds of cool things that Clayton town has going on. We're kind of new to the area (6 months), but we love it. It's gorgeous! The NeighborhoodIn a golf course, hiking community, Clayton is a gorgeous little town that has modern amenities, as well as a country feel. They do farmer's markets every Saturday, and Bachi ball happens "Downtown". Walnut Creek is 15 minutes away with tons of night life and beautiful restaurants and shopping for many blocks. Really beautiful area! We love hiking over at Mt. Diablo, we can tell you about our secret spot if you promise not to tell. Getting AroundOur home is walking distance to the bus stop, about 10 minutes to Concord Bart Station, and you will probably need a car if you want to be able to get around easily. Other Things to NoteAlthough you are totally welcome and will feel totally relaxed in this space, most people that live in this house kind of do their own thing, wake up early, and have full, rich lives.
Other than that, when in doubt, you can always call me or Hans and let usk now if you have any questions.