Headed to the Bay Area’s urban epicenter? Book one of these Airbnbs before you go
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Golden Gate Park Apartment
Stay two blocks away from Golden Gate Park at this spacious apartment, tucked inside the home of artist Elizabeth Gibbons. From here you’ll be able to walk to the park’s museums, the numerous restaurants on Clement Street, and the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood.
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Ever wondered what it would be like to stay in the home of an interior designer? This two-bedroom, top floor Airbnb gives you the chance to do just that, while having access to the lively and sunny Mission District. Walk to Valencia Street’s shops and restaurants, or go just one block to reach iconic Dolores Park.
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Haight St. Garden Retreat
The bustle of Haight Street is invisible from this garden apartment. This cozy, one-bedroom Airbnb is walking distance from Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, and Cole Valley. Although you’ll already feel like you’re in a park with the view of the home’s lush backyard.
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Cole Valley Victorian
A 1900 Victorian home with great decor and a hot tub in the backyard? We’re headed to this Airbnb the next chance we get. Located near San Francisco’s Cole Valley, the rental gives you access to Haight Street and Buena Vista Park, with plenty of restaurants and bars nearby.
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Stay in the heart of the city at this renovated 1908 Edwardian home. Not only is it beautifully restored and decorated, but with a walk score of 95, there’s no lack of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and entertainment to walk to, including the historic Castro Theatre.
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Escape to San Francisco’s Marina District at this cozy three-bedroom rental. It serves as a great home base to walk to the Palace of Fine Arts, Golden Gate Bridge, Crissy Field, and more.
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Potrero Hill Garden Cabana
Stay at this charming succulent garden cabana in charming Potrero Hill, with its neighborhood restaurants and cafes only a few blocks away. The location also allows you to easily explore Mission Bay and SoMa.
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Feel like a real San Franciscan in this one-bedroom 1891 Victorian. Tucked into the border of the Castro and Duboce Triangle neighborhoods, the home is restored with a new kitchen, bathroom, and mid-century modern decor, while keeping its original trims. The location offers a few blocks’ walk to restaurants, bars, boutiques, Duboce Park, and a train line.
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Once a livery stable, this home is now a modern cottage that you can book on Airbnb. The loft space has a minimal vibe with rustic homages to its stable history, and puts visitors in the heart of the Mission, with its huge variety of places to explore, eat, and drink.
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This two-bedroom home feels like a treehouse on the inside with two cozy levels and a ladder to the upper loft, while being nestled between the Mission District, Castro, and SoMa.
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This condo has four bedrooms, making it a great choice when traveling with family or a large group. Explore the dining, drinking, and shopping gems of the NoPa neighborhood plus nearby iconic Golden Gate Park and Haight-Ashbury.