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A historic carriage house in Lower Haight that was originally built in 1883 — this former carriage house has been converted into a cozy and unique guest cottage. A stunning garden and a private entrance truly make this retreat — and thanks to the fantastic location, you’ll be within walking distance of loads of restaurants and other points of interest.
A waterfront penthouse in Telegraph Hill for a bright, sunny, and modern spot to stay, with views that are To. Die. For. Low-key sophisticated, the recently-remodeled condo boasts not just beautiful accommodations that include a dining area, full bath, and bedroom with a California king bed, but also two sweeping decks that overlook the San Francisco Bay and other iconic SF landmarks.
A stunning home on Liberty Street in Dolores Heights, because with a design aesthetic that might best be described as farmhouse-but-make-it-quirky, this two-story Edwardian home boasts tons of character from its eclectic furnishings and décor.
A sunny garden apartment in The Castro so you can truly be in the thick of things. This sunny, two-bedroom apartment is right in the heart of The Castro and all the neighborhood has to offer.
A beautiful city cottage in Central Richmond that’s sandwiched between the Presidio and Golden Gate Park. With the San Francisco Botanical Garden in the area as well, this cottage is a nature-lover’s dream.
A one-of-a-kind garden unit in The Marina so you can feel like you’re living in a cute little garden. With big, beautiful French doors that open from the apartment directly onto an equally beautiful patio, this cozy little getaway comes with everything you (and your favorite travel companion, if that’s how you roll) could possibly need to feel at home while away from home.
A private retreat in Rockridge, Oakland — if you’re not wild about staying directly in San Francisco, you might think about looking across the bay to Oakland. It’s within easy reach of San Francisco proper, either by car or by public transit, but it’s also close to some of the best hiking in the Bay Area.
An Edwardian flat in Inner Richmond that’s full of vintage charm, and located just blocks away from numerous parks and museums. This two-bedroom flat that calls itself “the Duck’s Nest” is certainly a unique place to stay.
A chic junior studio in Pacific Heights, because with its panoramic views of all of San Francisco’s most iconic sights — the Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay, Alcatraz, the Presidio, the whole shebang — this area can’t be beat for scenic, centrally located accommodations.
A beautiful victorian home in Noe Valley — if you’re planning a group trip, like six to eight people, this Victorian home in the quiet and beautiful Noe Valley area of San Francisco is worth a look.
A luxury penthouse in Russian Hill that would make it an understatement to say this comes packed with all the luxuries you could wish for: Viking kitchen appliances, All-Clad pots and pans, king sized beds, Frette linens — the gang’s all here, as they say.
A beautiful studio in Haight-Ashbury, because there’s no denying the draw of staying in this area, aka the Upper Haight, home of the 1960s hippie counterculture and still a funky and fun neighborhood today.
A storybook attic loft in Western Addition — a dreamy, airy loft just a block away from Alamo Square? Yes, please! This open living space boasts a gourmet kitchen, in addition to a king sized bed and sleeper sofa — and if you’re looking for a room with a view, it doesn’t get much better than this.
A modern, spacious tri-level house in San Francisco for another excellent pick for groups of up to six. The location can’t be beat: The Mission and Bernal Heights Park are both walkable, and there’s solid BART access for getting out further into the city.
A two-bedroom apartment in Midtown Terrace, perfect if you’re craving the quiet, and also some spectacular views. This has all that, and then some — it’s located just to the west of Twin Peaks — by which I mean the pair of gloriously scenic hills right in the middle of SF, not the David Lynch television masterpiece.
A gorgeously renovated flat in SOMA — feeling a little extra? Check out this newly renovated, exquisitely luxe two bedroom place in the South of Market district that’s walking distance to museums, Union Square, San Francisco’s famously gorgeous City Hall, and tons of restaurants and nightlife spots.
A charming, artistic, romantic getaway in Cow Hollow — adorned with artifacts and tchotchkes from the hosts’ journeys around the world, this snug and welcoming little getaway is perfect for the well-seasoned traveler.
A cute nest in Outer Richmond that’s perfect for beachgoers and nature-walk lovers. Situated in Outer Richmond, this cute and compact living space is just a 15 minute walk to Ocean Beach and Lands End.
A luxe modern private home with views in St. Mary’s, because this charming two-bedroom dwelling is full of understated whimsy, from the turquoise-painted door to the hilarious art in the bathroom.
A bold and eclectic three bedroom home in The Castro that’s signing your song if 19th century Victorian architecture makes your heart go pitter-pat. With hardwood floors, opulent yet playful furnishings and décor (how about that purple kitchen?), and a garden oasis complete with an outdoor bath, this stunning house has everything a group of up to five could want or need.
An amazing flat in Haight-Ashbury for a home-away-from-home that’ll feel like a place you can actually live in. And the location? It’s A+. If you’re looking for somewhere central to base your operations, you can’t do better than here — you can walk to Haight Street Market, Panhandle Park, Golden Gate Park, and tons of restaurants, shops, markets, and nightlife spots.