Greatest Airbnbs Close to San Francisco: The place to E book This Winter

Take a break from it all.

We often think that San Francisco has so much to offer – diverse culture, great food, views every step of the way, and plenty of outdoor space – what we perhaps love most about the city is anything that is just outside of the city . In case you’ve forgotten the wonder that lies within half an hour of the 7×7, use this list as a nudge to help you plan your next weekend trip. Do you live outside of SF and want to plan a fun weekend here? We have a few for you too.

Quiet Tiburon waterfrontQuiet Tiburon waterfront | Courtesy of AirbnbTiburon, California
4 guests / $ 300 per night
Removal of SF: About 30 minutes by car
You can only get closer to the water when you are in it. This private waterfront home (2 bedrooms, 2 baths) is all about the huge private deck with views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Angel Island, and Berkeley Hills. But even when you are indoors, you can still pick them up thanks to the floor. floor to ceiling windows.
What guests say: “This was by far the best Airbnb experience I’ve ever had, great hospitality from the host! Game changer. I couldn’t have asked for more! The property itself is not only flawless and has exceeded my expectations, but thanks to Karen’s attention to detail, thoughtful details and quick responses, I felt 100% well cared for and comfortable. “Luxury home with breathtaking Courtesy of AirbnbMarina District, San Francisco, California
6 guests / $ 1,295 per night
Removal of SF: In SF
This 3,000 square foot luxury home (3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths) has more than one can (or should) expect in a San Francisco home, including a fully equipped kitchen / kitchen, high-end kitchen, and a private, well-manicured yard a covered kitchen terrace houses a BBQ, outdoor fireplace and dining table, a spacious terrace off the kitchen and spectacular views of the Palace of Fine Arts, a stunning structure built for the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exhibition and at night lights up. While you probably don’t want to leave, it’s also within walking distance of the Presidio, as well as plenty of shopping, bars, and restaurants.
What guests say: “The location was perfect for enjoying SF life – dining, shopping, entertainment – all within walking distance from the house. And at night we could relax and enjoy a nice fire (and a glass of wine :). We couldn’t be more grateful for this experience and we wouldn’t have changed anything. “ A frame house in the treesCourtesy of AirbnbSausalito, California
3 guests / $ 400 per night
Removal of SF: About 10 minutes by car
This unique A-frame cabin (2 bedrooms, 2 baths) offers a tree house atmosphere with two decks (one with a hammock), a living room with glass walls, a large wood fireplace, thoughtful decor, a sauna and views of Alcatraz, Angel Island and the Bay Bridge. You’ll feel secluded in nature, but downtown Sausalito is within walking distance and SF is just a short drive (across the Golden Gate Bridge) away.
What guests say: “Joao’s house is an incredible place. Trees sway in the wind through windows on every wall and beautiful interiors – it feels like a perfect European pied-a-terre and should be featured in a home magazine. Highly recommended for anyone who wants to live in their dream home for a while. “Mt Tam Best Views Private Resort LivingCourtesy of AirbnbMill Valley, California
8 guests / $ 1,300 per night
Removal of SF: About 30 minutes by car
This three story home (4 bedroom, 4 bath) on Middle Ridge on Mount Tam is all about the view, when it’s not just steps from and a short drive to some of the best hiking and mountain biking in the Bay Area away would be downtown Mill Valley. There is also modern appliances, a fireplace, a cooking area, and everything you need to practice yoga. Still, it’s the view from the open-air living space and most of the bedrooms that will capture your heart. You can even enjoy them while watching the sunset from the outdoor hot tub.
What guests say: “High up on the hillside with a wide, curved deck, on one side you have a wonderful view of San Francisco and on the other side of the majestic, tree-lined slopes of the mountain. Tamalpais. Relaxing on the deck feels like you are floating on top of the trees. “

California's legendary case study house Courtesy of AirbnbSan Rafael, California
5 guests / $ 804 per night
Removal of SF: About 40 minutes by car
Case study houses were commissioned by Arts & Architecture magazine between 1945 and 1966 to encourage some of the country’s greatest architects to create model houses that were both inexpensive and replicable. This home (4 bedrooms, 2 baths) was designed by Beverly Thorne (who loved the challenge of fitting it into steep slopes) and built in 1962 and uses steel structure to create an indoor and outdoor living experience. It is also the only case study house in Northern California. Even better: you can spend the night in it and enjoy the history, the contemporary furniture, the top-class appliances and of course the view.
What guests say: “It was really special to live in a modern case study house and the hosts set it up in keeping with its time, but with wonderful modern amenities.”Sausalito floating houseSausalito floating house | Courtesy of AirbnbSausalito, California
6 guests / $ 825 per night
Removal of SF: Approx. 22 to 35 minutes by car
You will literally sit on the bay’s dock and watch the tide blow in this quiet 3 square meter (3 bedroom, 2 bath) floating home that is far more luxurious (though still popular) than your typical houseboat. There is a gourmet kitchen, living room with fireplace, large decks on each floor, floating dock with BBQ, and uninterrupted views of San Francisco, the East Bay, and Sausalito. There are also kayaks to paddle around and greet some curious seals as well as the friendly houseboat community.
What guests say: “This house is an oasis of calm, in a wonderful community and close to city life. Pati’s house is spacious and very well equipped with artfully selected furniture, very comfortable, tons of cozy blankets and a sauna to dispel any chills. You will live “that dock life” in style! We especially liked the low floating dock where we cooked many meals on the grill and ate almost all of our dinners. “
Courtesy of AirbnbOutside sunset, San Francisco, California
10 guests / $ 996 per night
Removal of SF: In SF
This huge (for SF anyway) five bedroom, 3.5 bath home is just a few minutes’ walk from Golden Gate Park and Ocean Beach, and is close to public transportation so you can easily get downtown if you need to. There is also a kitchen area with 15 foot ceilings, ocean views from the master suite, and the piece of resistance: a stylish yard with a fire pit and hot tub.
What guests say: “Shamir and Diana’s home is spectacular. It’s stylish, spotless and comfortable, open and airy … and includes a hot tub and chickens! Particularly noteworthy is the charming garden, the super comfortable beds and the beautiful master bathroom. There’s plenty of space and it’s a great floor plan – we had 7 people in total and everyone had plenty of space to spread out and be comfortable. “Historic-modern VictorianCourtesy of AirbnbCow Den, San Francisco, California
8 guests / $ 1,383 per night
Removal of SF: In SF
This classic Victorian house (4 bedrooms, 5 baths) has been fitted with modern details and luxury appliances, as well as comfortable but stylish furniture. It also has a back yard with a fire pit and a rooftop terrace with panoramic views, but the real selling points are 1) how many people it sleeps and 2) the fact that it is in a residential neighborhood but still only a few blocks from some of the SF’s best shopping, bars and restaurants.
What guests say: “Ingrid was a great host. She was extremely friendly and communicative, and the home was even better than pictured. It’s set up very thoughtfully. Immediately feels at home. “Nature / architecture lover Dream SanctuaryCourtesy of AirbnbMill Valley, California
4 guests / $ 914 per night
Removal of SF: About 30 minutes by car
Retreat to this mid-century 2 bedroom, 2 bath home made of old redwood and glass, surrounded by redwood trees and walking trails. The bars and restaurants of downtown Mill Valley are a short drive away. This home is built for relaxation and whether you want to do it by the pool, hot tub, on deck, or by the fireplace is entirely up to you. Every detail of the architecture, from the brick arch to the redwood to the glass walls, is a sight to behold.
What guests say: “This is one of the most beautiful and unique properties that I have ever discovered. Hidden in the trees, it feels like hours out of the bay. The sauna and pool are amazing and the house is super stylish and well equipped. If you want a fantastic weekend out of town, do yourself a favor and stay here. “Palatial Estate with views, gardens and indoor poolCourtesy of AirbnbBelvedere, California
14 guests / $ 2,995 per night
Removal of SF: About 30 minutes by car
The owner of this property (7 bedrooms, 7.5 baths) probably doesn’t want people throwing wild parties there, but if ever a home demands just that, this is it. Where do I start? Perhaps the indoor pool flanked by pillars, the sauna, the whirlpool, the fitness studio with a view of the bay, the countless terraces, the fire pits, the tennis court, the trampoline or the bowling green? Or maybe just the really magical terrain with all sorts of hidden corners and delightful surprises.
What guests say: “The house was exactly as advertised: a beautiful retreat that was so comfortable that we would have been completely satisfied not to venture out. The grounds made for one wonderful surprise after another: the winter garden and the badminton / tetherball court, the campsite and the fountain in the courtyard, the sculptures and the chess game, the hammocks and many seating areas for reading and watching the world go by. “Daisy Barringer is an SF-based writer who loves nothing more than a spontaneous road trip to Northern California. Follow her on Instagram @daisysf to see where she’s going next.

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