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Home to beautiful beaches and family-friendly attractions, Jacksonville is a popular getaway in North Florida. From outdoor adventures and local markets to picturesque state parks, there’s plenty of reasons why you should put this city at the top of your Florida bucket list. Offering spacious kid-friendly spaces, beachfront locales and on-site perks such as private pools, these are the coolest Airbnbs in Jacksonville, Florida.
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Located in the Springfield National Historic District, this Airbnb’s biggest lure is its professionally designed pool and garden. Close to downtown Jacksonville, the cottage is quiet and includes modern amenities like W-Fi and TV, but we’re pretty sure you’ll be spending your time soaking up the sunshine in the furnished outdoor area. Couples can unwind in the cozy one-bedroom cottage and might even be able to spot the resident cat roaming the grounds.
Want to be close to the ocean? Stay at this luxury oceanfront condo with a million-dollar view. There’s nothing better than waking up to ocean views. Even better, you can take advantage of the studio’s flat-screen TV, workspace with a 21” computer monitor and fully stocked kitchen. In addition to a washer and dryer, it comes with beach towels, chairs and a beach umbrella. Beach access is as easy as walking about the back door and through the gate.
Step inside this quaint carriage house in Jacksonville’s urban core to discover 400 square feet of living. With a fresh new coat of paint, new flooring and quartz and marble countertops, this chic space is great value and a cozy getaway for couples. Relax on the sofa in the living room, catch up on the latest flicks with Apple TV and Netflix included, and take advantage of the kitchen equipped with new appliances. Coffee lovers will be delighted with the drip coffee maker, French press and Chemex.
The Cowford House is a cute 910 square foot home, located in the Lake Shore neighborhood. Enjoy natural sunlight throughout its two bedrooms, which have beds with memory foam mattresses, while the rest of the house is highlighted by its fully-equipped kitchen, large living spaces and cozy seating, including a sunroom with a hammock chair. Bring the family, as this kid-friendly retreat has a fenced in yard and a quiet neighborhood great for evening walks. Nearby, you’ll find groceries, restaurants and a mall.
The Llama Lounge is chic and modern, hosting up to two guests in the one-bedroom space. The newly remodeled greek revival studio has a kitchenette and comfy sitting area with a flat-screen TV and bar cart. There’s even a washer and dryer and decor highlighted by cute llamas.
If you love tiny house living, you’ll love this creekside studio for two. Located on a wooded lot nestled near a tidal creek, you can fish off the dock or meet the free-range chickens and bunnies roaming the grounds. It’s glam off-grid accommodations at its finest, with a mini-fridge, coffee maker, custom lighting and plenty of natural light and plants. There’s also a private porch, fire pit and common grill.
If you’re traveling with a group of friends or family, stay in this two-bedroom historic apartment in Historic Springfield. It boasts modern dark walls and delightful decor, as well as a recently updated kitchen for when you don’t feel like dining out. The main bedroom has a king-size bed, while the second has a queen-size bed and an original 100-year-old fireplace.
Couples can stay in this cozy mother-in-law suite set in the host’s spacious backyard. It will feel like your own private oasis with a private entrance, while it also features a queen-size bed, full bathroom and kitchenette. You’ll have plenty to keep you busy with W-Fi, Roku and TV ready to go, while nearby restaurants and the beach are within walking distance.
You’ll have the entire upstairs at this modern apartment, located in Historic Springfield. Enjoy the Historic Modern decor throughout its two main bedrooms, which have a pastel theme and electric darker theme. The 3rd bedroom of this spacious Airbnb was originally the living room, where you’ll find an original 100-year-old fireplace, vaulted ceilings and dimmer switches.