Bright & roomy upper floor of a quiet non-smoking suburb house. The master bedroom has two twin beds that are either put together as a king size or kept separate, as desired. This room has a small en-suite (toilet room). There are two more bedrooms, each with a single bed. All beds have a firm 12" memory foam mattress. The main washroom has a full tub and shower. In addition, a common access living room and fully-equipped kitchen, even a small fitness room with a treadmill, elliptical exerciser and recumbent stationary bike. Free parking on premises.
Your landlords are on the ground floor, separate yet almost always available in case you need anything. But if you don't need them, you don't need to see them.
Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the property. Quiet time is from 10 PM to 6 AM when guests are asked to keep voices and TV volume reasonable to respect all occupants' sleep. No overnight guests. The occupancy limit of 4 applies at all times: sorry, no party, we can only provide lodging. Pets up to 10 kg (22 lbs) as well as personal assistance service animals (certification required) may be allowed if declared in the booking request.
This is a safe and quiet residential area with little traffic. Restaurants and shopping abound all along Scott Road (1.2 km away).
If you have business in Surrey, Delta or White Rock, you will have no bridge to cross so it will be quick and easy to reach your destination.
If you have business in Richmond, you will cross the Alex Fraser bridge, a 6-lane crossing that is busy during rush hour but rarely ever blocked.
If you have business in Vancouver, please be aware that rush hour can delay your commute: it can take an hour to reach downtown. It only takes half as long if you drive outside of rush hour.
In the suburbs, you need a car. Public transit is nearby but not very convenient. Outside rush hour, you will be within a thirty-minute drive from the airport, the ferry and the cities of Vancouver and Richmond to the West, from Coquitlam and Port Moody to the North, from Langley and the Cloverdale Rodeo grounds to the East, from Crescent beach, White Rock beach and the US border crossing to the South, from a lot of places in the Lower Mainland area. Visitors driving from the US will find us approximately half way between the border crossing and the city of Vancouver.
While it is best to drive from our suburb, bus routes run a few blocks away from the house. You can also park and ride at three nearby Skytrain stations to visit downtown and other areas along the train route, all the way to the Sea Bus that ferries foot passengers across the Burrard Inlet to North Vancouver. Transit maps for trains and buses can be found on the "BC Translink" web page.+ More