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Richis (Sibiu)
All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 2
Persons: 1-4
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 51503
Country: Romania

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Last Updated: October 12, 2016


Hello friends, we're a mixed, extremely friendly, open-minded and big-hearted Italian-Romanian family living in a small, but very international village in the heart of Transilvania (Unesco heritage site, sought after by tourists from all over the world). Since we have recently started renovation works in our country house to transform it into a cosy eco-bed and breakfast,we would be more than pleased to host volunteers with experience in construction works, carpentry, gardening, permaculture, straw building, clay oven building and so on. We offer comfortable accommodation (a separate room with central heating/stove, possibility of a separate bathroom, free wi-fi), yummy food (vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free food available), excellent atmosphere, lots of fun and extras (excursions, language course/exchange etc.). We can host from 1 to 4 folks right away (Mid-September 2016), couples of friends are very welcome, preferably for a period not shorter than 1 month. No problem if you come with your pet - our household is full of friendly cats and dogs :-)Veg folks are very, very welcome! We speak English, Italian, Romanian, German and Polish. If you feel like embracing the adventure, just drop me a line to discuss any further details.
PS. I am also looking for a Hungarian or Spanish native speaker (or a qualified teacher) willing to teach me some Hungarian/Spanish, also in exchange for a professional Italian course.

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