Fall is in full swing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t keep up the adventures with your best four-legged friend. Grab a sweater and savor the crisp autumn evenings, fall colors, and pumpkin spice everything with your pal. We’ll pick our favorite dog friendly Airbnb vacation rental in a city we’d love to visit—so you can pack your suitcase, grab the leash, and get out of town.
Apartment in San Francisco, United States. Sunny, south facing apartment away from street noise. Simple amenities, no TV, nothing fancy in the kitchen. But quiet, spacious and comfortable. People always enjoy their time here. Very centrally located, great neighborhood. No drama! Simple, n… View all listings in San Francisco
Where You’ll Stay
When you’re traveling to a big city, you need a quiet place to rest your head and paws. After exploring all San Francisco has to offer, this simple and comfortable condo provides all the tranquility you could ask for. Post-adventure dog snoozes and cuddling easily reconciled.
The Russian Hill pad is tastefully decorated with earth tones and pops of color, plush bedding, cast under the perfect amount of natural light. Your host, Cynthia, has ensured the space is both comfortable and functional—all of the essentials are provided, including modern amenities, a washer and dryer, and kitchen staples. You’ll love how easy it is to lounge and get cozy after a day of city escapades. Cynthia is just a phone call or email away if you need recommendations on dog friendly sights, restaurants, and attractions.
Why We Love It
It’s no-frills ambience balances the bustle of the city—think modern minimalism with big draws. There’s an ever coveted parking spot, and a roof deck for morning/sunset chilling with the pooch. South-facing and quiet, you’ll feel as if the city sleeps when you do. The condo is also centrally located—just a five minute drive to the Golden Gate and a short walk to everything else you need (including public transit).
Recommended itinerary: morning coffee on the roof, then head to Fisherman’s Wharf for a stroll with the pooch, Chinatown, a game of fetch at Crissy Field Dog Run, and a sunset beach walk to top it all off (Baker Beach and Ocean Beach are both dog friendly and picturesque). Then catch dinner at nearby dog-loving North Beach Gyros or The Codmother Fish & Chips, and cap off the day with a beverage or two back on the roof.
What You Need to Know
$300/night, plus a $45 cleaning fee and $200 security deposit. There are two beds (sleeping up to four guests). There’s a minimum two night stay. Quiet dogs only, please!
Editor’s Note: As always, we recommend that you check with the dog friendly Airbnb homeowner for specific restrictions on breed, size, or number of dogs allowed in the residence.