One block from Palace of Fine Arts; walk to Marina, Golden Gate Bridge, Disney Studios, Chrissy Field, the Presidio. Public trans to everywhere outside front door.Free parking. Hosts are extroverted, cosmopolitan, great cooks and exuberant hosts.
The queen-sized bed has a "memory mattress" ... and the room has a separate heating unit (this is San Francisco!), television, wi-fi...
The hosts' experience and sophistication and welcoming openness make this location memorable for a San Francisco visit -- we know the town, the people, the culture, the special little restaurants, the parks, the walks...and we are eager to share the highlights of this place we love.
1.5 bathrooms, bedroom has queen size bed, cable television, wi-fi; common rooms include dining/living area, kitchen and laundry facilities. Easy free parking on street and in the garage (unique in San Francisco).
Interaction with Guests
The guests determine the level of interaction -- from using the house as a base for their own activities, to sharing experiences and touring with us. Flexible.
We are walking distance from the Bay, the Golden Gate bridge, Chestnut Street with restaurants and entertainment...you can walk to historic North Beach, bicycle anywhere within the city. Near us is the Presidio, Disney's Industrial Light & Magic, Cow Hollow. The Palace of Fine Arts is a block away.
Couldn't be more convenient. There is a bus stop at our front door.
Other Things to Note
Check in time 2:00 p.m or later*
Check out time 11:00 a.m*
(*When possible, we are flexible to accommodate special schedules with advance notice )
they are extremely nice people! Sandor pick me up at airport and, on the way back, he gave us a lot of comments about where to visit on San Francisco. In the morning, they would bring the breakfast on the table and had a nice conversation to start one day.
Estuvimos como en casa.los anfitriones son de edad similar a la nuestra y con gustos parecidos.ademas de ello tienen una gran amabikidad
Giuliana and Sandor were wonderful hosts. They both have warm personalities and gave me great advice while I stayed there. The location cannot be beat in the Marina, you can see the Golden Gate Bridge down the street and the Palace of Fine Arts is just a short walk away. I highly recommend :)
Had a great trip! Beautiful house in an amazing are of the city. Hosts are kind and generous, would love to stay again.
I had a fantastic time! I never met the host, but the caretaker was a joy and had great advice on where to go out and other fun things to do in the city. The place was clean and I felt safe. I parked in the driveway off the street but didn't pull up far enough ($110 parking ticket for blocking part of the sidewalk). It was completely my fault but I recommend you pull up as far as possible!
All around it was a great place to stay. Fantastic coffee maker and the eastern windows are bright in the morning!
The caretaker of the house is nice and helpful. It is a great location, very close to the golden gate bridge and restaurants. Parking is easy and free. It is a nice place to stay in San Francisco.
Lovely people, lovely place to stay. It was clean, bright, had free parking and is located in a great neighborhood (the Marina). Highly recommended.
My wife and I have lived in San Francisco for 40 years; prior to this, we lived in the Los Angeles area for nearly 10 years. I am originally from Hungary. I left when I was 16 in 1956. My wife, Giuliana, was born in Italy and grew up in Venezuela. For four decades, I managed our family’s pasta factory, Eduardo’s Pasta, in San Francisco. Giuliana, meanwhile was the CEO of a management company that specialized in non-profit organizations . Between the two us we speak four languages: Magyar, English, Italian and Spanish. We have traveled extensively in Europe and South America and welcome international and national guests. We love living in San Francisco and taking full advantage of the geographic, social and cultural activities it has to offer. Our home is I a perfect location to easily explore the city and its intriguing, diverse neighborhoods. As the long-time columnist in the San Francisco Chronicle, Herb Caen, once said, “One day, if I do go to heaven, I will look around and say, ‘It ain’t bad, but it ain’t San Francisco.’”