Taylor and Elizabeth Campbell
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About Taylor and Elizabeth Campbell
Hello everyone! My name is Elizabeth and I'm a commissioned-based visual artist in Winston-Salem, NC. My husband, Taylor, and I have loved HomeAway so much over the years as tenants, that we started hosting ourselves a few years ago. We have thoroughly enjoyed being a successful host to a variety of guests from near and Far.
Taylor and Elizabeth Campbell purchased this Guest House in 2018
Why Taylor and Elizabeth Campbell chose Winston-Salem
As featured in the Winston-Salem Journal! This location can not be beat! Surrounded by beautiful trees, a babbling brook, and located close to all sorts of dining, entertainment, and unique Treehouse-like experience will quickly become your favorite place to stay on a visit to Winston-Salem! Located in historic upscale Buena Vista, just 5 minutes to Wake Forest U, both hospitals, Downtown, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, famous and unique breweries, fine dining, shopping, hiking.
Well behaved canine friends only, please.
Max guests:4 (sleeps up to 4 adults)
No more than 4 guests may stay overnight without express permission from the owners granted prior to arrival. We will consider exceptions under
limited circumstances (such as a family of 5 travelling together). Without prior approval, an additional fee of $150 per person per day will be
added to the booking fee.
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Sanctuary from Hurricane
What a comfortable home! Arrived mentally and physically exhausted from buttoning up our home in Dorian's path. Was greeted with a welcome board and everything was as advertised, plus a lot of pleasant surprises! Everything you could possibly want or need in the kitchen. Nice appliances and comfortable furniture/bed etc. The views were very private and it did feel like you were in the trees. Hosts must have traveled a lot in a previous life, as even the night lights strategically placed were enough to find your way to bathroom or kitchen middle of the night, without too much light to keep you awake or having to turn on a light. Great walking neighborhood and we enjoyed walking the dog and exploring. Easy access to get in any direction by car. Lots of good information about the area, including history tidbits, on the coffee table. Loved it and look forward to staying again. No more hotels!
Property was well kept and clean. It was very convenient to the hospital and the local scene. The only negative would be: 1. There was no micro wave, toaster and better instructions for TV operation. Other than that we enjoyed our stay and the bonus was it is dog friendly.
Thank you for your feedback. We have not had issues with any previous tenant regarding the TV and DVD operations. Not sure what happened there for you. But we appreciate you mentioning the microwave and toaster. Our unit now provides both. Thank you and we hope you visit again.
We had an excellent stay at the treehouse. Highly recommend!
Overnight Stay in the Treehouse
Property is small area but lovely. Tree house view is amazing.
Love the décor and thought which went into this condo. I think it is best suited to two people. Owners are very accommodating and neighborhood is historic and beautiful.
Charming and warm
You can tell a lot of personal attention went into the planning of this charming property. We were fortunate enough to meet Taylor and Elizabeth when we arrived. They were welcoming hosts and made us feel right at home. We appreciated the attention to detail, especially the coffee set-up! Hope we have an opportunity to return soon!
This location can not be beat! Just featured in the Winston-Salem Journal!!
Surrounded by beautiful trees, a babbling brook, and located close to all sorts of dining, entertainment, and fun...this unique Treehouse-feel experience will quickly become your favorite place to stay on a visit to Winston-Salem! Located in historic upscale Buena Vista, just 5 minutes to Wake Forest U, both hospitals, Downtown, Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods, famous and unique breweries, fine dining, shopping, hiking.
Other attractions would be the treasured Old Salem where you can visit many museums and gardens and learn about the history of our glorious city. http://www.oldsalem.org
We also have the Kaleideum which is the merge of the Children's Museum and SciWorks. It's a must visit if you have kids! http://kaleideum.org
The Reynolda House is also an interesting place to tour as it provides beautiful botanical gardens, a lovely art museum and more history of the R.J Reynolds family. http://reynoldahouse.org
And lastly, downtown is chalk full of breweries, venues, restaurants, pubs, a local theater called A/perture (www.aperture.org) where you can drink wine as you enjoy a film, a Cycle Bar, the newly renovated Forsyth Public Library (www.forsyth.cc/library), churches, and much much more! A guest book is provided with all of our favorite suggestions for your convenience!