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Fall is upon us and it is one of my favorite times of the year in Northern California.

The mornings are crisp and the days warm. All the various microclimates in the area are temperate and the crowds have thinned after the summer surge.

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It is the perfect time of year to explore this part of the state.

9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

If you’re traveling to Northern California from afar or looking for a local getaway, the options are endless. Find a cozy place to stay by the beach, from Carmel up to Fort Bragg, or out in the forest groves.

Whether you’re looking for a coastal escape, a retreat into the redwoods, or an urban oasis, Northern California has an Airbnb for you!

Read: 5 Incredible day trips from San Francisco.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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1. A romantic oasis in Carmel Valley

Find peace and quiet in this guest house surrounded by acres of parklands. You can explore nearby destinations like Carmel, Big Sur, and Monterey, before unwinding on a secluded deck.

Read the weekend guide to Carmel and check out these 20 best restaurants in Carmel.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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2. The Garden Cabana in San Francisco

Enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience in San Francisco at this garden cabana. This homey paradise is nestled in a succulent garden with a private deck to hang out at.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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3. The cozy A-Frame cabin in the redwoods

Surrounded by redwoods, this magical A-Frame Cabin is a quick drive to the Sonoma Coast or Wine Country. There may not be a TV or microwave, but there is an incredible record player. Get ready to try a new recipe from the many cookbooks in an equipped kitchen.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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4. A charming chalet in Lake Tahoe

Retreat to this quaint, wood chalet on the northern shore of Lake Tahoe. Enjoy lake views with one of the many books that decorate the apartment walls.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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5. This one-bedroom sanctuary in Haight-Ashbury

Walk the city from this charming Airbnb, located in one of the most historic neighborhoods of San Francisco. This comfortable and quiet spot has French doors that open to a garden, where you can rest your feet after a busy day.


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6. Mendocino Mid-Century Bungalow in the Woods

Wander down to the beaches and bluffs from this cozy pad. Borrow a bike and the famous Mendocino Coast at your leisure.


9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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7. This Japanese-inspired retreat in Stinson Beach

Wake up to a view of the ocean from this peaceful and serene oasis. Not only is it easy to get into town, but visitors can also experience a traditional bathhouse.


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8. A whimsical and romantic B&B in Healdsburg

Escape to this romantic getaway in the mountains near the famous Wine Country. Start every morning feeling refreshed on the spacious and colorful garden-patio.


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9. The Owl Tree Cabin in Albion

Hideaway in a tree sanctuary with all the modern, comfortable amenities at your disposal. Get cozy in this private and rustic cabin surrounded by the forest.


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9 Awesome Airbnbs For a Weekend in Northern California

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2. Book Your Accommodations

Use Booking.com for hotels and guest houses. They have the biggest inventory and consistently offer the best rates.

3. Book Your Tours & Experiences

Use Viator or Get Your Guide to find the best tours and experiences. They are my favorite tour search engines. I always check both as their inventory varies depending on the destination.

4. Book Your Car

Use Discover Cars or Rentalcars.com to find the best car rental deals. I recommend comparing rental agency reviews on Google to ensure you are booking with the best company in that destination, as the reviews are often more accurate than the car rental search engines.

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6. Don’t Forget Travel Insurance

I never leave the country without travel insurance. It provides comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong (ie. illness, injury, theft, and cancelations, etc.). I use it frequently for my travels to stay protected.

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Xx,
Jessica

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