Independent Guest House with kitchenette of Renovated Bungalow next to Candler Park, close to Emory University & Atlanta Midtown. Screened back porch of Main House and landscaped back yard offer expansive indoor & outdoor living. Friendly for a couple, family & group; kids, cat & dog. Good for short & long stays with welcome goodies, private free parking & laundry room. Free passes (value of $40/person) to Georgia Aquarium and Zoo Atlanta ($25/adult) are available as owner's guests.
“Cute little place to stay. Beds were very comfortable and ac kept the room very cold. We found a gem called 9 mile rooftop cafe. It's a little pricey but they were carnival games, mini golf, and a huge slide all for $15 for unlimited games and rides were person.”
“100% Private” Guest Suite steps to Piedmont Park and Botanical Gardens. Rejuvenate on the screen porch or spacious deck with city skyline views surrounded by trees in a quiet neighborhood. This is an ideal place to rest and recharge after a day exploring the BeltLine trails. Sleep in a cozy and private room. Make a quick breakfast in a kitchenette.
OPEN FOR LOCAL GEORGIA RESERVATIONS - Calm in the crazy, sanctuary for seclusion.... Suite of three beautifully furnished rooms set among the trees. Just minutes from downtown, this secluded property is an urban retreat like no other. The treehouse provides an intimate, simple and restful retreat for 2 people. The treehouse is the subject of innumerable articles, blogs, Treehouse Master and Today Show.
“Peter was a great host. He greeted us when we arrived and gave us a tour of the magical treehouse. He gave us a bottle of Rose when we arrived and made delicious coffee for us every morning. We spent two nights in the treehouse and it was such an amazing experience. Sleeping in the treehouse made us feel refreshed and we woke up peacefully every morning! I loved listening to the waterfall when I fell asleep and the bed was really comfortable with a great view. I really loved this place because it was an escape from our busy lives without having to leave Atlanta. It really felt like we were in the forest in the middle of nowhere. It was so quiet, and we felt isolated from the city. It was great being together with my significant other. We spent our nights reading the letters from previous people who have stayed here and laying on the hammock looking up at the trees and the “Old Man”.”