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The city of Augusta, Georgia is perhaps best known as a worldwide golf destination because this is where the Masters Tournament is held each year. But as the second-largest city in Georgia, there is much more to do here than just play a few rounds on the local courses. Throughout the year, Augusta offers live artistic performances, boat tours, a riverwalk, a farmers’ market, and hiking trails nearby too.
As you plan your trip to Georgia, consider booking one of these top Airbnbs in Augusta for a unique stay with all the comforts of home.
Upstairs Apartment in Historic Summerville Home
Another Airbnb option is this upstairs apartment for rent in a Summerville historic house. The home sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a private entrance. It also offers a living room, mini-fridge, microwave, and Keurig coffee maker. The Airbnb host stocks your space with coffee, tea, bottled water, sodas, and snacks. You must be able to climb a flight of stairs to get inside this apartment. There are dogs in the main house, but they don’t have access to your guest space.
Charming Studio Apartment at Waverly Place
Here’s a rental unit that is a highly rated and affordable place for two guests. It has one bedroom and one bathroom in a basement apartment that’s been totally renovated. The home is in the Waverly Subdivision and close to the downtown area, shops, and restaurants. There is one parking space available for guests. You’ll be in a cul-de-sac for excellent privacy and enjoy the queen-size bed and walk-in closet. The table in the common area can be used as a workspace, and there is a kitchenette with small appliances.
The Cozy Book Nook with King Bed
You can rent this highly-rated Airbnb unit for an Augusta trip and stay in a historic home in Augusta’s oldest neighborhood. The home accommodates four people and has one bedroom and one bathroom. It is an eight-minute drive to the Augusta Masters Golf Course. This is a pet-friendly rental with a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, a king-size bed, and two TVs. There is free parking on the street, and guests have full access to the entire apartment. Cozy up with a book and relax here!
Delightful Mid-Century Modern Bungalow
Charming and immaculately clean, this mid-century modern bungalow is in the heart of North Augusta and less than two miles from downtown. It is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home that accommodates four guests. You’ll have access to the entire house here, including the full kitchen and screened-in side porch. The home is close to I-20 and the 520 Loop. There is ample parking onsite, as well as laundry machines. Extended stays are welcome here, in addition to quick trips in town. New flooring, a six-person breakfast table, Wi-Fi, and TVs are other features of the home. Pets are allowed here with host approval and an extra pet fee.
Relaxing King Suite Near Restaurants
An affordable option for your Augusta trip is to rent this private room in a townhouse for one or two people. It is a bright and stylish space with a kitchenette, Wi-Fi, Netflix, and parking. The home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. You will have your own bedroom but share access to the living room, dining room, kitchen, and bathroom. The host provides you with the basic necessities to get you started on your trip and a free compliment during Masters Week.
Private Oasis in City Limits
Here’s a 600-square-foot cottage with one bed and a couch located on over eight wooded acres of land overlooking a pond. The cottage sleeps two guests and has one bedroom and one bathroom. It is available for both short-term and long-term stays. You’ll have a smart TV and Wi-Fi, but the best parts are the wooded landscape and views of the pond. From here, you’ll be about three miles from the restaurant and bar district in Augusta. The Airbnb host’s main house is further back on the property, and there is a trail just down the road that you can walk and bike along.
Firethorn: Summerville Cottage, Medical District
Four travelers can stay at this Augusta cottage that is in the historic Summerville area. It has one bedroom with a queen-size bed, couch, and air mattress. There is one bathroom in the home, plus a full kitchen with dining space. You’ll have access to the entire property here. Special perks of staying here include a bike, guitar, record player, and Bluetooth speakers for playing music. There is also a Level 2 EV charger at the home. People enjoy staying here when they want to be close to the Medical District in Augusta.
This Airbnb rental cottage is newly remodeled and full of modern-vintage charm. It is in the heart of Augusta and just 2.5 miles from the Augusta National. Besides the attractive, central location, the cottage also offers new mattresses, gorgeous lighting, hardwood floors, and a lovely back patio. The home sleeps four people and has two bedrooms, each with a double-size bed, and one bathroom. You’ll love the sunset views from the backyard while sitting in Adirondack chairs and relaxing after a day of sightseeing.
Southern Charm Cottage
There are many cottages available to rent in Augusta, including this one that’s close the Masters, Daniel Field, and Augusta University. It is a cozy and elegant place that can accommodate six guests and has three bedrooms and one bathroom. It is available for short-term and long-term rentals. Guests enjoy the beautiful backyard that’s fenced in, the hammock by the fountain, and rocking chairs on the porch. There are some great antique stores nearby to check out during your stay.
The Summerville Gem is a 1940s bungalow with exposed beam ceilings, a custom-crafted kitchen nook, and a central location. It is 2.5 miles from downtown and the Augusta National. When you stay here, you’ll have modern conveniences like TV with streaming services and Wi-Fi. You’ll also have outdoor seating with a fire pit and enjoy tiny house living with a type of charm all its own. The cottage is located behind the host’s main house. Off-street parking is available in the driveway. This is a very pet-friendly rental where you can bring your dog for no extra charge and enjoy the fenced-in yard together.
Cozy Cottage in Historic Summerville District
Augusta travelers can stay at this cottage in historic Summerville and be just minutes from the Augusta National and downtown. From here, you can walk to restaurants and bars while having a bedroom with a queen-size bed and bathroom to yourselves. It is an ideal rental for two people. Features of this rental include Wi-Fi, a TV with streaming services, and a kitchen with a mini-fridge/freezer, microwave, coffee maker, and convection oven. The host provides guests with complimentary coffee, tea, and a cold breakfast bar. During your stay, you’ll have access to the entire cottage, and patio with seating, and maybe even get to visit the onsite chickens!
Townhome Available Year-round and Masters Week
Six people can stay at this Augusta townhome and enjoy two bedrooms and two bathrooms to themselves. It is an affordable rental in the heart of North Augusta – three minutes from downtown North Augusta and five minutes from downtown Augusta. This vacation rental home has queen-size beds in the bedrooms, plus walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. Other features are the living room with sofa bed, dining room with seating for six people, full kitchen, and laundry machines. The home is also four miles from I-20. This is a very highly rated and popular rental in the area that has gotten many excellent reviews from past guests.
Totally Private Suite in Quiet Neighborhood
With one bedroom and one bathroom, this pondside suite is available to rent in a quiet neighborhood on the outskirts of Augusta. It is near the Augusta airport and a lower-level guest suite with a private entrance. You’ll have separation from the upper level of the home and floor-to-ceiling windows to view the pond. Your rental space includes a bedroom, bathroom, living room, walk-in closet, separate laundry room, and hallway food/coffee prep station. There are TV streaming services and Wi-Fi here. Guests can use the back deck that overlooks the pond and offers views of wildlife. There is a cat that lives upstairs but is not allowed in the guest area.