San Francisco Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

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It can sometimes be hard to find San Francisco accommodations that will accept pets but not anymore. With the help of Owner Direct Vacation Rentals software, our system helps you search for all available San Francisco vacation rentals that will accept pets during your specified dates. We have many pet friendly lodging options to choose from such as those in Bernal Heights, Fisherman S Wharf, Haight Ashbury, The Landmark, Lower Haight. As each owner sets their own pet policy, there are many owners that do allow dogs, cats and even other critters to stay at their vacation rental home in San Francisco.

We have 1 pet friendly vacation rentals in San Francisco resorts. For your next holiday or vacation, consider bringing your pet and staying at a vacation rental. From condos to villas to homes, there is an accommodation option for every type of group. Owner Direct's friendly and responsive customer service and detailed website can make finding that perfect pet friendly rental a breeze.

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    San Francisco: Triplex - bottom of 3 properties
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #210388
    avg $157 USD/night Credit Card Paypal Pet Friendly
    This suite has everything you could want and more. The living room has beautiful wood floors, a cozy rug, a french sliding door that leads to the patio and garden, and beautiful windows overlooking the view of the nice patio and garden. When you are ready for some entertainment, the living room features a 42' Samsung LCD with Comcast Digital Cable and a 15' HP Laptop with Printer stocked with paper connected to Comcast High Speed Internet with Wi-Fi throughout the unit. The fully equipped kitchen provides you with an easy and enjoyable cooking experience featuring granite countertops, a side by side fridge, microwave, stove, toaster, coffee maker, and everything you need to cook delicious meals. There is comfortable sleeping for 4 people in the unit. Sleep in comfort on the queen size bed that has two night stands and nice lighting in the bedroom along with a 27' TV. There is also a double sofa bed in the living room. Extra bed linens are also included. Washing your clothes is a breeze in your private laundry with a front loading washer and a separate large dryer. Extra laundry detergent and an Iron is also included. The bathroom features a shower / tub combo. Extra Towels, Soap, Shampoo, and a Hair Dryer is also included. Relax and watch the sun rise over mountain peaks from the window of this cozy garden suite. Whether you enjoy fresh power runs in the morning or simply taking in the view from above, you'll always feel the warm energy from the garden. Our backyard has many beautiful exotic San Francisco plants that have been here for more then 100 years, along with peacefully moving water from the wishing well and fish pond which brings you the feeling of calming energy and relaxation. The apartment is located on the ground level of a 3 level building. We live on the 3rd level, so just knock on our door if you should need anything during your stay and we will do our best to accommodate you. You will enjoy beautiful garden, where you can use our herbs from our garden right to your table.(Rosemary and others) The property is well served by the MUNI's bus lines to Downtown and other area of San Francisco (15 minutes by public buses). It is a 5-10 minute walking distance to the Golden Gate Park, (by Stow Lake, De Young Museum, Science Academy Museum, Botanical Gardens, Japanese Tea Gardens and more. 2 blocks to N- Judah Line and very close to restaurants, shops, bars. Lincoln Golf Course is 5-7min walking distance. Just a few blocks away is the Irving St strip lined up with Cafes, Restaurants of every cuisine, Bars, Banks, Grocery Stores, a Pharmacy, a Post Office and so much more. You can easily reach the airport or any other further destination using public transportation (BART and MUNI) Baker Beach, Golden Gate Bridge, Fort Point, New Chinatown 10-15 minutes by car / taxi or MUNI to the Castro / SOMA area, Twin Peaks, Lombard St, The Crookedest Street, Baseball Park, Fisherman's Wharf, Pier 39, Chinatown, / Moscone Center, Ocean Beach, Marina, South Beach, Embarcadero, East Bay, and much more. Parking: There is a driveway available for loading/unloading. San Francisco is, in general, not an easy-parking city. However, by SF standards, our neighbourhood is considered to be a relatively easy neighbourhood for parking, which means that guests can typically find a space within a 1/2 block from the unit.

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San Francisco Festivals

Bay to Breakers (May): For almost a century, thousands have flocked to San Francisco for this annual event. On their way from Bay to Ocean Beach's breaks, runners begin near the Bay Bridge (in downtown San Francisco) and proceed down Howard, Hayes and Fell streets serenaded by onlookers blasting inspirational tunes and sipping on screwdrivers and other spiked concoctions. The homestretch is a downhill jaunt through Golden Gate Park where organizers hold a costume contest. The 12k race ends with "Footstock," a festival with music and activities at Ocean Beach.

San Francisco Waterfront Festival (July): An annual San Francisco waterfront Independence Day party that unfailingly delivers brilliant fireworks over the Bay, live entertainment as well as food, arts and crafts. 12-9pm, fireworks begin around 9pm.

Ghirardelli Square Chocolate Festival (September): Sample the sinful fruits of chocolatiers like Ghirardelli and others in the 8th Annual Ghirardelli Square Chocolate Festival. Admission to this San Francisco festival is free, but five chocolate tasting samples require a $6 ticket.

Find complete list of annual events and festivals here.

10 Things Not to Miss in San Francisco
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1. The Golden Gate Bridge, the most famous bridge in the world, manages to impress even the most experienced travelers with its stunning 1.7-mile span. Approximately 120,000 automobiles drive across it every day. A pedestrian walkway also allows the crossing on foot, and bikes are allowed on the western side. The Golden Gate Bridge is said to be one of the most photographed things on Earth.

2. Cable cars have been transporting people around San Francisco since the late 19th century. The cars run on tracks and are moved by an underground cable on three routes. Their familiar bells can be heard ringing from blocks away. Tickets ($5) may be purchased at the cable car turnarounds at the ends of each route. Each one-way ride will provide spectacular views of the city’s celebrated hills as well as exhilarating transportation.

3. Alcatraz, the notorious former prison, is located on an island of the same name in the middle of San Francisco Bay. Some of the United States’ most notorious criminals were incarcerated there. Though several tried, no inmate ever made a successful escape from “The Rock.” The prison was closed in the 1960’s and stories about Alcatraz are legendary. A visit to Alcatraz today is fascinating. Recorded cell-house tours are available, allowing visitors to learn about the prison as they explore the buildings and grounds. To reach the island, take an Alcatraz Cruises ferry from Pier 43. Advance reservations are recommended, 415-981-ROCK (7625).

4. Fisherman’s Wharf is also home to PIER 39, a festive waterfront marketplace that is one of the city’s most popular attractions. A community of California sea lions has taken up residence on the floats to the west of the pier and visitors line the nearby railing to watch their antics. From there it’s a short walk to the Wax Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not! and the famous crab vendors selling walk-away crab and shrimp cocktails.

5. Union Square is the place for serious shoppers. Major departments stores and the most exclusive designer boutiques line streets like Post, Sutter, Geary, Grant, Stockton and Powell. The Westfield San Francisco Shopping Centre houses the largest Bloomingdale's outside of New York and the second largest Nordstrom in the U.S.

6. North Beach, the city’s Italian quarter, isn’t a beach at all. It’s a neighborhood of romantic European-style sidewalk cafes, restaurants and shops centered near Washington Square along Columbus and Grant avenues. The beautiful Church of Saints Peter and Paul is a beloved landmark. Coit Tower atop Telegraph Hill offers a splendid vantage point for photos of the bridges and the Bay. Inside the tower, floor-to-ceiling murals painted in the 1930s depict scenes of early San Francisco.

7. The entrance to Chinatown at Grant Avenue and Bush Street is called the "Dragon's Gate." Inside are 24 blocks of hustle and bustle, most of it taking place along Grant Avenue, the oldest street in San Francisco. This city within a city is best explored on foot; exotic shops, renowned restaurants, food markets, temples and small museums comprise its boundaries. Visitors can buy ancient potions from herb shops, relax and enjoy a "dim sum" lunch or witness the making of fortune cookies.

8. Dining in San Francisco is an attraction in itself. Known as America’s best restaurant city, San Francisco chefs excel at combining the freshest local ingredients, authentic international flavors and a touch of creative genius. Choose your cuisine – Chinese, Japanese, French, Italian, Spanish, Moroccan, Indian, Malaysian, Mexican, Greek, Russian or “fusion,” a combination of any or all of these influences.

9. Nightlife in San Francisco is a constantly changing scene. The “hottest” clubs currently are in the South of Market and Mission districts, with live and recorded rock and Latin music. Jazz, blues, swing and “oldies” music can be found all over town. For a complete list of nightlife options.

10. A visit to San Francisco would not be complete without a cultural experience. The city is home to internationally recognized symphony, opera and ballet companies. Playwrights such as Sam Shepherd and Tom Stoppard introduce their works in San Francisco and avant-garde theatre and dance companies dot the city. The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Asian Art Museum, the de Young Museum, the Palace of the Legion of Honor and other museums and galleries are devoted to the finest of classical and contemporary arts. San Francisco is also home to the California Academy of Sciences - the only place on the planet with an aquarium, a planetarium, a natural history museum, and a 4-story rainforest all under one roof.
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