Gorgeous One Bed, One Bath Cottage Surrounded by Lovely Garden
What makes this Cottage unique
Surrounded by beautiful garden featured on the Into the Wylde Decatur garden tour. Very private, quiet retreat with sounds from fountains and abounding nature.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:30
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Our experiment in small living
We have stayed in several home rentals in the Atlanta area this property is one of our favorites. We are two retired adults, stayed for 3 weeks in September 2019. The home is small, well built and thoughtfully appointed with top of the line appliance. The washer, dryer, dishwasher and air conditioner were so quiet you could barely hear them running. The decor is fresh and bright and clean. This is important in a small space. We had everything 2 people needed. We ventured into the loft only to stash empty suitcases.
The property sits far back from the street, its peaceful and safe and surrounded by interesting trees and plants and pathways. We very much enjoyed sitting on the porch for morning coffee and planning the day.
Tina, the manager owner is available by text or phone. You probably will not need anything but she is nearby if you need help.
We would stay here again.
Our month long stay in this charming cottage was a lovely change of pace from a semester in a crowded London flat. Trade up to this great spot if you like an Anthropology vibe and a great quiet location.
The apartment is perfect. It was my own peaceful petit home in a beautiful garden. I would start my day with coffee on the porch painting.
Tina is a wonderful, thoughtful host who gives you your privacy and yet is so close you can reach out to her anytime and she is there.
Thanks so much Michelle! You were lovely to host and are welcome back any time. Hope to see you again.
Tina’s Place is perfect, quiet, the garden is lovely & Tina is warm & welcoming
A hidden jewel in beautiful Inman Park minutes to downtown Atlanta
From the moment I saw this dollhouse online I knew this was where we wanted to be. It gorgeous. It’s complete with everything one wants and needs. From the inviting front porch complete with table and chairs and swing, to the comfy beautifully decorated interior. There are barn doors for the separate bath and separate bedroom. Kitchen and living area was complete w/everything we needed. Ideal. You’ll love it. Just take a look at the photos....
Sweet carriage house in a great neighborhood
Our house renovation was not quite complete so we were looking for a place to stay for a couple of weeks. We were so happy to find this perfect cottage for our stay. Tina is a wonderful host with attention to details, including a bottle of wine and bread with other items in the fridge to welcome us. The full-size stackable W/D are a great amenity as well. The queen-size bed in the bedroom is super comfortable and our 13-year old son loved the loft sleeping space.I highly recommend this for short or long stays.
Lake Claire is an intown Atlanta neighborhood known for its diverse mix of home styles, its abundant mature trees, its lovingly tended gardens and greenspaces, and—most important—its
community-oriented residents. The bustling community is nestled between Candler Park and Druid Hills.
Lake Claire is well known and beloved for its abundant green spaces, both public and private.
At the heart of the neighborhood sits Lake Claire Park, with its wooded areas and trails, large playing field, young children’s play area, and tennis courts. Other parks nearby include Candler Park, the Olmsted Linear Park, and Freedom Park. Not too far away from Lake Claire Park, at the end of Arizona Avenue, is the Lake Claire Community Land Trust, a communal green space and nonprofit neighborhood member organization with a mission to acquire, maintain, and protect green space for neighborhood enhancement and education, and to provide a place for neighbors and friends to celebrate nature, community, and the arts.
Atlanta Botanical Gardens, GA Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Fox Theatre, Atlanta History Museum, Fernbank Science Center, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, High Museum of Art, Piedmont Park, Buckhead Atlanta, Atlanta Zoo, Atlanta Belt Line.