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Guesthouse in Charlotte

Sparkling Clean, Private & Chic, Just Five Min. From Uptown.

Ever wanted to step into the luxurious pages of a home design magazine and actually live there? That's exactly what it feels like staying at the Queen City Flat. This inviting sun-filled interior includes mid-century modern aspects, and art deco flourishes which cleverly mirror wall accents to create a truly immersive experience. Relax in the cozy living area and read a book, or watch complimentary Netflix on the flat screen. Prepare a meal in a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. Or sprawl out on the comfy sleep-inducing queen size bed and catch some Zzzz's. You'll have all the comforts of home: -500 SFT. flat that sits above detached garage with private entrance -Because it's above our garage you may hear it opening and closing from time to time. -Plenty of street parking right near the entrance -The sofa converts to a bed for an extra sleeper -Fully functioning kitchen with cooking ware, flatware and utensils -Coded key entry for easy coming and going -Television with Netflix -Comfy memory foam bed for an amazing night sleep -Washer & Dryer with detergent, softener -Iron and ironing board -Plenty of closet space -Storage space under the queen size bed -Keurig coffee maker with pods -Instant oatmeal and snacks -Hair dryer, towels, toiletries, soap, shampoo It's like your own private chic hotel! You have a private entrance through a backyard gate with a stone path to the front door. The entry is keypad coded. Once you enter, walk up the stairs to the flat and that space is all yours. There will also be a keypad entry to that door. It will be the same code as the entrance door. You have full access to everything in the unit. It's all there just for you! :) We're available anytime you need assistance or have any questions about the place, the neighborhood or the city. Text is the quickest way to communicate. Located in a trendy neighborhood of young professionals and families in Charlotte’s North End, this quiet retreat is just a mile from vibrant Center City. Discover nearby venues like Camp North End, Spectrum Center, and Blumenthal Performing Arts. There's public transportation just a block away. Uber/Lyft are always accessible. And I-77/I-85 are just a few blocks away so you have quick access to the entire town. Plus, Charlotte has been over run with bike sharing and electric scooter sharing companies. Mainly Lime and Bird. So if you want to get around that way, you're sure to find them nearby. Our single family home is on the property as well with three young children, but your space is separate and private. We just ask that you please be courteous and keep noise to a minimum.

May 7 – 14

$78 per night$670 total
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Apartment in Charlotte

Walk to Light Rail from a Roomy Basement Apartment

Welcome to your cozy hideaway in the heart of the LoSo neighborhood, Charlotte! Unwind in this charming basement AirBnB boasting modern comforts and urban flair. With a full kitchen, laundry facilities, and exposed pipe shower, every detail exudes comfort and style. Ideal for a business retreat or city adventure, immerse yourself in one of Charlotte's most popular neighborhoods, then retreat to your private sanctuary for a restful night's sleep. Your perfect Charlotte getaway awaits!

Oct 28 – Nov 4

$65 per night$584 total
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Tiny home in Charlotte

Retro Tiny House ★Plaza Midwood★

Experience tiny house living in luxury! The 320 sq. ft. tiny house is a super cute, retro destination with everything you need to be comfy! It's a quick bike ride, less than 10 min walk (1/2 mile) to Plaza Midwood neighborhood restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and hangouts. It's 1.3 miles from the Bojangles Coliseum & Park Expo Center. It's 10 miles from the airport and 2 miles from uptown Charlotte. 30% discount for weekly stays & 40% discount for monthly stays.

Mar 16 – 23

$77 per night$669 total

Popular amenities for Charlotte vacation rentals

Stay near Charlotte's top sights

SouthPark326 locals recommend
Concord Mills184 locals recommend
Spectrum Center245 locals recommend
Northlake Mall128 locals recommend
PNC Music Pavilion82 locals recommend
Charlotte Premium Outlets184 locals recommend

Charlotte house rentals

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Home in Charlotte

A-Frame of Mind & 30 min from city. Free Breakfast

Feb 13 – 20

$173 per night$1,522 total
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Home in Charlotte

3-BDR Direct Waterfront Cottage

Sep 16 – 23

$90 per night$862 total
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Home in Charlotte

Coliseum Cottage

Jan 18 – 25

$99 per night$928 total
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Home in Charlotte

The Del—Remodeled Mid-Century Retreat in East Charlotte

Mar 25 – Apr 1

$109 per night$986 total
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Home in Charlotte

Private Bungalow by NoDa/Uptown—Walk to Light Rail

Sep 8 – 15

$96 per night$855 total
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Home in Kannapolis

Charming 2BR bungalow minutes from downtown

Sep 10 – 17

$89 per night$820 total
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Home in Charlotte

5-Star *Sparkling Clean* Modern Luxury Near Uptown

Sep 12 – 19

$137 per night$1,166 total

Home in Charlotte

Fully remodeled home w Hot Tub close to South End

Dec 1 – 8

$247 per night$2,052 total
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Home in Charlotte

Historic Dilworth Bungalow

Jun 23 – 30

$127 per night$1,052 total

Home in Charlotte

Cool Guest House. Close to Uptown. Walk Everywhere

Jan 26 – Feb 2

$93 per night$880 total
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Home in Mooresville

Lake Norman Cottage in the Woods

Jul 19 – 26

$119 per night$1,061 total
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Home in Charlotte

Uptown Oasis- Hidden Gem

Jul 27 – Aug 3

$150 per night$1,347 total

Charlotte condo rentals

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Condo in Charlotte

Quiet Condo w/ Gated Parking

May 7 – 14

$113 per night$991 total
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Condo in Charlotte

Contemporary condo in Uptown with pool and a view

Apr 17 – 24

$119 per night$1,035 total
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Condo in Southpark

Ballantyne Retreat

Jun 2 – 9

$116 per night$1,016 total
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Condo in Charlotte

Unique Studio in the Heart of Uptown Charlotte

Apr 19 – 26

$118 per night$1,042 total

Condo in Charlotte

Relaxed, Historic, Southend Condo

Oct 28 – Nov 4

$123 per night$1,074 total
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Condo in Charlotte

POOL, ROOFTOP, SKYLINE VIEW in Downtown Charlotte

Jan 6 – 13

$225 per night$1,874 total
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Condo in Concord

First Turn Luxury Condo at Charlotte Motor Speedwa

Oct 22 – 29

$282 per night$2,346 total
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Condo in Charlotte

Uptown 1 bedroom condo

Jun 2 – 9

$134 per night$1,114 total

Condo in Charlotte

Modern, Art-Inspired, Uptown-Living + Free Parking

Apr 14 – 21

$126 per night$1,118 total
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Condo in Lake Wylie

Lake Wylie Condo Near The Lake with Pool !

Jul 8 – 15

$117 per night$1,018 total

Condo in Charlotte

Lovely 3 Bedroom Townhome in the Heart of Dilworth

Aug 13 – 20

$175 per night$1,516 total
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Condo in Charlotte

Tree Top Loft | Free Parking

Dec 26 – Jan 2

$239 per night$1,983 total

Other great vacation rentals in Charlotte

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Guesthouse in Matthews

The Dwellington.Private.Cozy.Convenient.Walkable.

Jul 2 – 9

$95 per night$857 total
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Tiny home in Charlotte

Tiny Two Point Oh: Serenity in the City

Sep 17 – 24

$130 per night$1,099 total
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Guesthouse in Elizabeth

Private carriage house in the heart of Charlotte

Apr 7 – 14

$82 per night$684 total
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Guesthouse in Mooresville

Cozy & Convenient Loft on Lakeshore LKN 1-Bed

Mar 22 – 29

$148 per night$1,224 total
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Guesthouse in Charlotte

Gorgeous Studio Apt close to Uptown

May 11 – 18

$73 per night$590 total
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Guesthouse in Davidson

Davidson Carriage House

Mar 16 – 23

$73 per night$613 total
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Loft in Charlotte

Cozy LOFT in Plaza-Midwood

Jul 27 – Aug 3

$87 per night$718 total
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Guest suite in Charlotte

Immaculate 1-bedroom place with free parking.

Apr 6 – 13

$114 per night$991 total
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Guest suite in Southpark

Myers Park Carriage House - Walk to Shops & Dine

Jun 6 – 13

$83 per night$679 total
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Guesthouse in Southpark

Private ‘Friends’ Suite. Airport, Uptown 10 min!

Mar 31 – Apr 7

$76 per night$656 total
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Guest suite in Charlotte

Peace on a Wooded Hilltop in the middle of CLT!

Apr 25 – May 2

$96 per night$808 total
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Apartment in Charlotte

Spacious, Stylish, Skyline View AND Walk Uptown!

Dec 22 – 29

$103 per night$887 total

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Charlotte

Total rentals

5.5K properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

3.2K properties have a dedicated workspace

Rentals with a pool

1.1K properties have a pool

Pet-friendly rentals

2.1K properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

3.1K properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

202K reviews

Your guide to Charlotte

Welcome to Charlotte

Cosmopolitan Charlotte is North Carolina’s largest city, with towering Uptown skyscrapers, unique museums, and a plethora of lively neighborhoods steeped in history. The municipality rose to prominence in the early 19th century during Carolina’s gold rush, and later prospered thanks to thriving cotton, textile, and banking industries. If you hear someone call it the Queen City, that’s because Charlotte is named after the wife of King George III.

The weather is suitable for adventuring in nature year-round, and the number of indoor and outdoor attractions is staggering; in the morning you can hike the trails in Little Sugar Creek Greenway or spike your adrenaline at the U.S. National Whitewater Center — the world’s largest manmade whitewater river. Later on you can marvel at the NASCAR Hall of Fame or wander the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. Finally, you can finish the day strong by sampling craft beers or catching a show at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center. These are only a few of the many reasons this place regularly makes lists of the best U.S. cities to live in.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Charlotte

The optimal time to visit Charlotte is in the fall or the spring, when the weather is most temperate, crowds aren’t too bad, and parks and gardens tend to look their best. Summer sees a sharp increase in visitors, but it’s also a fantastic time to experience the U.S. National Whitewater Center and then swap adventure tales over al fresco craft brews in one of the city’s numerous beer gardens. Winter does bring colder climes, but the city’s used to it, and businesses remain open throughout the year. Events you may want to plan a visit around include the Taste of Charlotte food festival in early June and Charlotte Pride in mid-August. Motorsports season at the Charlotte Motor Speedway runs from April to November.

Top things to do in Charlotte

U.S. National Whitewater Center

The world’s largest artificial rafting river is also a training facility for international sporting events and frequently appears on adventurous visitors’ to-do lists. In addition to truly outstanding river rafting opportunities, the center also offers biking, zip lines, live music, and craft beer.

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden

Step into this fairytale of a park and meander through 380 acres of Seussian gardens featuring bubbling fountains and a lovely conservatory housing tropical plants and orchards. The garden is open to the general public on weekends, and hosts a magical Chinese Lantern Festival every October.

NASCAR Hall of Fame

An ode to the history and future of the auto racing company, this shrine-like museum honors exceptionally skilled drivers as well as crews, owners, broadcasters, and other big names in the sport. It also contains interactive exhibits, race car simulators, and theaters for video presentations and live entertainment. Nearby, the Charlotte Motor Speedway features a quad oval track where big-time races take place yearly.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Charlotte?

    Charlotte has a humid subtropical climate, with mild winters and hot, humid summers. The average temperature ranges from 32°F to 51°F (0°C to 10.5°C) in January and 70°F to 90°F (21°C to 32°C) in July. Always check the forecast ahead of your trip.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Charlotte?

    Exploring the vibrant neighborhoods like NoDa and Plaza Midwood is popular in Charlotte. Visitors also enjoy attending a Carolina Panthers game, exploring the Mint Museum, or taking a stroll through Freedom Park.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Charlotte?

    Late spring to early fall is the most popular time to visit Charlotte. Major events include the Charlotte Jazz Festival in April, the Speed Street 600 Festival in May, and the Carolina Renaissance Festival from September to November.

  • What are the best places to visit in Charlotte?

    The most popular places to visit in Charlotte include the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, The Billy Graham Library, and the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden. The NASCAR Hall of Fame is also a unique attraction in the city.

  • What are some hiking trails in Charlotte?

    The McDowell Nature Preserve provides 7 miles (11.2 km) of trails to explore, while the Anne Springs Close Greenway has 40 miles (64.3 km) of nature trails. For a more urban hike, consider the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, an engaging trail that winds through the heart of Charlotte.

  • What are some family activities to do in Charlotte?

    The Discovery Place Science Museum is often recommended for families, as well as the ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center. You could also explore the Carolina Raptor Center or enjoy a day at Carowinds amusement park.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Charlotte?

    You may consider visiting the charming town of Davidson, just 22 miles (35 km) north of the city, for its relaxed atmosphere and local charm. For outdoor activities, Lake Norman is a popular destination, and the U.S. National Whitewater Center has a variety of water-based activities.

  • Where should I stay in Charlotte?

    Make yourself at home in Charlotte by choosing from our most frequently booked neighborhoods. We have over 1,950 vacation rentals in Myers Park, over 2,340 vacation rentals in Dilworth, and over 430 vacation rentals in University City North.

  • What types of vacation rentals are available in Charlotte?

    Uncover the perfect home-away-from-home with our diverse selection of vacation rentals in Charlotte. From over 2,890 house rentals to over 460 condo rentals, we've got you covered. For even more variety, explore our Airbnb Categories to find the ideal space for your getaway.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Charlotte?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 3,190 vacation rentals in Charlotte featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

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