The SpaceMy neighborhood, Belhaven, was named one of the Top 10 Neighborhoods in the United States in October 2014, by the American Planning Association.
This is a charming 1939 cottage, and I offer you, if you are 21 and older, a private room with a queen bed and one bath, to share.
The room is a cheery yellow with three windows and a queen-size bed, always fitted with crisp, soft cotton sheets. There is a ceiling fan, which is operated by remote control. Don't worry about towels, as I provide them. Forgot your shampoo? Relax, I have some for you.
Help yourself to bread or toast with butter and jelly and coffee, tea and milk! If you have any special requests, please let me know, and I will try to accommodate.
In the den, you will find a television with cable, and wifi is available.
There is plenty of free parking on the street.
Please fill out your profile completely and include a photo, ESPECIALLY if you have no or only one or two reviews. You must be at least 21 years of age.
I will not make arrangements for lodging outside of Airbnb. Thank you! Guest AccessYou will have access to all common areas of the house, and in nice weather, I hope you will enjoy the front porch. Interaction with GuestsDepending on my schedule, as well as yours, I might be available to show you around town. I am always available, though, to answer questions and make suggestions. The NeighborhoodListed on the National Register of Historic Places, Belhaven is an older neighborhood, located in the heart of Jackson.
Comfy Room is about three miles from I-20 and even closer to I-55.
I am a few blocks from Belhaven University, Millsaps College, the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) and Baptist Hospital and an easy drive to St. Dominic Hospital.
There are new and very good restaurants in Belhaven.
Just beyond UMMC is Fondren, a neighborhood with galleries, restaurants and shops. I am also in close vicinity to downtown Jackson.
Also nearby are several parks and museums: Le Fleur's Bluff State Park, the Mississippi Children's Museum, Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum.
Other attractions include the Mississippi Museum of Art, the Old Capitol Museum (c. 1839), as well as the new Capitol building (c. 1903), the Natchez Trace Parkway, great music at interesting venues and some very nice restaurants. Getting AroundI highly recommend a car, and there is plenty of free parking on the street in front of the house. Jackson is lacks a wide array of public transportation. There is bus service in my neighborhood, four or five blocks from my house. It runs in the morning and the afternoon but not in the middle of the day. There is no bus service in this neighborhood on weekends. Other Things to NotePlease fill out your profile completely and include a photo, ESPECIALLY if you have no or only one or two reviews.
I accept reservations for stays of one night no more than two months in advance.