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Holiday rentals in San Francisco

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Garden View Private Suite at the Park w PARKING!
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Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bathroom

Garden View Private Suite at the Park w PARKING!Spacious, sparkling clean garden view suite, priv entrance, 1/2 a block from Golden Gate Park, Inner Richmond. Free off-street parking! Queen size bed, lovely sitting area with sofa (full size sleeper), bathroom, fridge, microwave, coffeemaker, excellent Wi-Fi, smart TV. Lovely, quiet neighborhood, with GREAT wide open walk/ bike paths. Entire floor is yours alone. This suite is incredibly clean - see my notes below about us and find out why! Lots of nearby bakeries, stores and restaurants.

Private Ensuite with Private Entry in Geographic City Center
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Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Private Ensuite with Private Entry in Geographic City CenterEnjoy the views of Buena Vista Park and San Francisco Bay from your cozy ensuite (156sqft/14sqm) or while enjoying a glass of wine on your private garden deck. Your immaculate, private entry ensuite with Mid-century modern touches is located in a safe, convenient and central neighborhood in the geographic center of the city. Our listing, consisting of a bedroom, private bath, private entrance and no common shared areas, is cleaned and sanitized between guest stays for your piece of mind. Jeff & Matt

Charming 400 sqft ground level studio
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Entire guest house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bathroom

Charming 400 sqft ground level studioThis is spacious ground level studio in the heart of the Castro with all the restaurants and nitelife choices steps away.The studio has a well equipped and functional kitchenette, queen size mattress, private bath and entrance. There is outdoor deck space with chairs for morning coffee or afternoon wine. Walking distance to NOPA, Haight, and Hayes Valley neighborhoods. Easy access to public transportation

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Popular amenities for San Francisco holiday rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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Modern studio next to beach, G.G Park & transport
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1-bedroom In-law apartment
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Soak up the Period Charm at a Tranquil Alley Retreat
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Charming 1bd 1 bath, 1 block from Dolores Park!
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Style & Comfort-Private Suite near UCSF and GGPark
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Cozy Guest Suite with Panoramic Views near Liberty Stairway
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Bernal Bliss - Remodeled Garden Apartment
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Sunny Victorian room in SoMa, near BART station!
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Haight Ashbury Painted Lady Studio
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Garden Suite by Golden Gate Park, Private Bathrm
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Peaceful Guest Suite in Central Castro With Easy Parking
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Contemporary Light Filled Apartment in Potrero Hill

Tips from San Francisco locals

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What should I pack

Bring a jacket & layers San francisco is cold especially in june/july. please be prepared by bringing the layers. water & fog keeps san francisco cool most of the year.

Satish
SatishLives in San Francisco

Always have some extra layers as sf can go from a sunny summer to a foggy winter in minutes. Wind breakers and scarfs sell well here...

Kevin & Esther
Kevin & EstherLives in San Francisco

What's the best way to get around

Getting around takes time Even though sf is a small city, it takes time to get around. going 2 miles can take upto 40 minutes especially if you are taking the muni - budget that into your day plans for moving between places.

Vibha
VibhaLives in San Francisco

What's the local culture like

Don't leave luggage in your car (especially rental cars) when parking in sf. Car break-ins are a big problem in sf and tourists who leave their luggage in their cars are a prime target.

Yelena
YelenaLives in San Francisco

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