The SpaceWe are a welcoming family. We usually host people form around the world and we’ve treated every guest like they were a part of our family. Je comprends le français. Eu falo portugues.
We have a private room with a truckle bed / trundle bed and at the living room, we have a sofa bed/studio couch.
A cozy sitting room greets you as you enter the residence. There is an adjoining dining room where you will enjoy breakfast. We offer you free access to use our fully equipped kitchen for you to cook your meals. Uruguayan traditional breakfast is included.
Our small home is a nice spot to live at as well as a perfect base for sightseeing. Located at midtown, just a short bus ride from downtown where you will find attractions as museums, squares and restaurants among others.
The neighbourhood has bakeries, fruit shops, supermarkets, drugstores, delicatessen shops, quioscos, grocer's shops, fresh paste grocer's, vets, pizzerias, hairdresser's where you can just walk at most 4 blocks to get there. A bus stop is just a half square from home.
I live 20 blocks from Tres Cruces bus station, once you've arrived there, take any bus towards the "Nuevo Centro Shopping" that's the newest mall in the city, quite big and just a very few blocks from home. (for detailed information, I'll help you once you've booked)
This is our sweet home, your little bit of home in the heart of Montevideo so please come and stay .
Sheets and towels availables.
Tourist Information, (maps and info)
Pls, read our "rules". Thanks :-D Guest Accessall the common areas.
Extra info for you: in Uruguay, all public áreas have wi-fi for free like aeroports, squares, schools, universities, shopping malls and so on. Interaction with GuestsI'm talkative. I'll try to help you if you need any advice or directions. But if you prefer being reserved and not interact, we'll respect you, of course.
Pls read it in my evaluations, I think is the better description of that. The Neighborhooda relaxed and very safe neighborhood near the main locations in Montevideo.
There are very good descriptions of it in my evaluations as well. Getting Aroundbuses 180, 181 or 188 drive you from Tres Cruces bus station to home when you arrives to Montevideo.
Other Things to Note I'm a talkative person. We're quiet and relaxed.
The breakfast included is coffee, tea and milk, twoo toast, butter and marmalade.
Feel free to ask any directions or advice you need, we'll be happy to help you.
Air conditioner is available but for long day use, there's an extra cost of 15 dollars per week
We can host kids.
You're going to stay in a house, I have a very young kid; we're not a hotel so even we do our best to keep everything clean and tidy, it may happens you to find sth out of place or maybe a cup or twoo that haven't been washed yet (but for sure it will be :-).
If sth doesn't like you or bothers you, pls let me know. We can fix it before you leave, don't wait your departure because after you are gone, nothing can't be done for making your staying better.