We offer our cozy, colorful private guest room for your stay. Our home is a classic Rhode Island triple decker, a three family home located on the East Side of providence within walking distance to Brown and RISD. We live in a lovely pedestrian and bicycle friendly neighborhood, a few minutes from local pubs, shopping, restaurants and mass transit. With inexpensive Uber service, you’re never far from what you need.
Check-in is 3pm-8pm and checkout is at noon, unless we discuss other options. Please give us your ETA.
Please take shoes off while inside our home.
The kitchen, dining, living and bathroom are common areas. Please keep clean and tidy.
If you wish to cook in our kitchen, ask in advance. We are happy to coordinate.
Help us keep our home private. Please hold any meetings with others during your stay at nearby locations like Seven Stars Bakery (north) or Blue State Coffee (south).
The guest room has a limit of 1-2 people.
Quiet time after 10p weekdays, 11:30p weekends.
Our bar and musical instruments are for our private use only, though they are in the common areas.
I am a transplant from Texas living in Rhode Island since 2014. I am a designer and program director working with a local environmental nonprofit. My husband is a scientist who studies protein evolution.
I absolutely love to travel, having traipsed internationally across Tuscany, Oxford and London, a few Mexican beach excursions, and Montreal. In the states, I've enjoyed spending time checking out the old spirits of cities like New Orleans, the ever changing vibes of metro NYC and Chicago. I've loved quaint trips around my beloved Texas, enjoying the plains and forests of the Dallas/Fort Worth areas, the fiesta attitude of San Antonio, and the lazy glory of Austin and the surrounding Hill Country. I now enjoy getting to know the craggy coasts and hidden treasures of New England cities and towns. I've enjoyed getting to know Providence's quirky food scene, the beaches and quaint villages of RI, as well as historic Boston and Salem, MA.
My favorite way to visit a new place is with my husband, Chintan (a well-seasoned traveler with far more dots on his "visited" map), asking cab drivers where they'd take their sweetheart out for dinner - we've found the best places to eat that way. Finding good food through good people has become a favorite way for us to get to know and love a city.