September 22 2009: WROTE TO ASYA RE: NON-RESPONSE PROBLEM.

September 20 2009: YET ONE MORE COMPLAINT TO THE EFFECT THAT ASYA DOES NOT RESPOND TO ENQUIRIES.

January 6, 2009:
YET ANOTHER NON RESPONSE COMPLAIN. THIS OFFER IS OFF THE LIST.

 

 

 

 

 

Bed & breakfast from Asya

  • functional lodging right across the river from the Kremlin
  • charming sociable English-speaking young homestay hostess who just started in this business and is yet to develop dislike for people landlords and hosts inevitably fall into.
  • 35Euro or 50Euro/couple (as of March 2008)
  • computer and internet access
  • washer, kitchen, all the standard amenities

photos of rooms, the building, and the immediate neighbourhood

Feedback from Asya's guests
(you can and are encouraged to use Uncle Pasha's BBS to make your opinion known)

 

Anastasia (Asya),
your Moscow homestay
hostess

anada2@rambler.ru

Travelling to St. Petersburg?
Check out
Homestay with my friend Masha and her mother
on Vasilyevsky Island

with a view onto the Bay of Finland

 

And here is a slightly edited letter from Anastasia..

Hello Travellers to Moscow!

My name is Anastasia. My friends call me Asya. I'm  22 years old. I recently graduated and got a job as a lawyer for a consulting company in the energy sector.  In my leisure time I enjoy travelling, sports, art (I paint myself and visit museums), architecture (I'll be glad to be your guide in exploring Moscow's art and architecture) medicine (genetics, anthropology, legal aspects of genetics). I get alone with others easily and have friends in many countries.

 

I live alone in a large 4-room apartment the very center of Moscow, across the river from the Kremlin.

Of these 4 rooms, 2 rooms are available for rent. You can see the Kremlin from the window.

 

This is a 30s building, constructed under the early Stalin together with the famous House on the Embankment [link].  The apartment, while not luxurious, has, in addition to all the standard amenities, that hard-to-describe old Moscow charm (an Uncle Pasha's term).

 

My "ideal" guest is friendly and sociable, professional, active and interested in the world around him/her.

 

While I welcome your payments (don't worry, my "ideal" visitor is from the "budget" crowd), I also want to make new friends, and I would enjoy showing you "my" Moscow.

 

Please write to anada2@rambler.ru. I check my e-mails daily, so expect to hear from me within 24 hours.

 

If you are already in Moscow and have no access to e-mail, please call [no mobile temporarily] or 951 96 71.  If you want to call me from abroad, dial +7-926-272-2250 or +7-495-951-9671.  As the last resort (remember that we here live in the world of unreliable communication lines) Uncle Pasha promised to help my potential guests. Contact him if you can't get through to me.

 

I am looking forward to hearing from you and making your stay in Moscow interesting and affordable.

 

Yours,

 

Anastasia (Asya)

 

 

PS. Here I've compiled a very quick list of
sights and attractions within walking distance from me.

 

 


The view from the window onto the House on the Embankment

 

 

Latest news:

Asya is presently in Amsterdam but is still able to organize your stay in her apartment, with her charming mother acting as a host. Need similar style accommodation in Amsterdam? A room for one person 35Euros/night, for two 50Euros. Breakfast, Internet, washing machine included. Rooms are of the 3-4 star hotel level.

Contact her at anada2@rambler.ru

 

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