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There’s something incredibly personalized about staying at an individual owned Airbnb. Maybe it’s the little touches not found at big-name hotels, or the uniqueness, but these quaint retreats make for the perfect vacation. In Atlanta, there are a handful of enchanting places to hit the hay; they are also situated near top city attractions.
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How does lounging in a luxury treehouse amidst a lush bamboo forest and grazing alpacas sound? Does it make it even better to know you’ll only feel secluded, because exciting Atlanta attractions are super close? Staying on this working organic farm is completely unique, and the house is constructed of reclaimed wood, tin and stained glass. A lot of hype has been built around this awesome retreat; it’s been featured on networks like VH1 and ABC. A composting toilet is located inside, while the fully functional restroom can be accessed via a short walk down a pathway in the forest. Enjoy sleeping 15 feet above the buzz of the city.
This restored 1957 Airstream near Grant Park has a vintage modern hybrid feel. Visit the zoo, followed by a stop at one of the coffee shops or local breweries, then retreat to your snuggly getaway. Sip your complimentary bottle of wine by the walnut wood bar, or snack on seasonal fruit from the property. The hosts welcome you to socialize by the fire pit, while being courteous of those who just want their space.
Being near Atlanta’s Beltline, there’s a slew of fun things to do and hip places to eat and drink. Inside you’ll find a gorgeous blend of steel, reclaimed wood and concrete. Wake up in a custom king bed nestled in a spacious loft and sip coffee on the upper level porch. The outdoor fireplace and dual head shower make for the perfect romantic retreat. Of course, with plenty of outdoor entertaining space and extra bedrooms, it could be the ultimate family getaway.
Following in the footsteps of the Alpaca Treehouse, and possibly exceeding thanks to national attention, this treehouse is basically in town but feels a world away. Dripping in twinkling lights and showcasing a simplistic bridge, the eclectic gem allows guests to even sleep under the stars. Being one of the best Airbnbs in Atlanta, magazines have also praised it as one of the best in the world.
Set within a fenced backyard in Atlanta, the tiny abode is perfectly proximal to food hubs like the Ponce City Market, a historic building loaded with shops and restaurants offering everything from edible cookie dough to authentic Italian pasta. Two sleeping nooks are available in this polished Airbnb, and the modern coffee shop meets a farmhouse vibe is a breath of fresh air.
A little bit of vintage is sprinkled within this historic late 1800s Airbnb Plus, which still houses some of its original main features, like the stunning fireplace. A coat of modernity finishes this excellently located dwelling off. Walk to the Beltline, a convenient path connecting prominent parts of the city, or just enjoy either of the two luxurious outdoor spaces.
The roots of the quaint and modest farmhouse Airbnb Plus began long ago, throughout many old barns and houses strewn about the open land of the Peach State. The hosts have pridefully gathered scraps from these meaningful structures to create this contemporary haven, with shiplap walls and appropriate finishes. Grant park and the zoo are within walking distance.
We’ve seen a treehouse in a bamboo forest, and one whimsically hanging in the trees. Now we bring you the luxury treehouse, with mansion worthy furnishings and a tiered platform entrance that some even use for their wedding. Repurposed wood gives the beams and multi-patterned floors extra meaning, and despite feeling over the top, it’s actually quite serene and disconnected. Gaze at surrounding ponds, meditate on the porch or just marvel at the structure itself.