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- Tiny home
Enjoy the privacy and quiet of this newly remodeled Tiny House. While tiny it has all the necessary things you'll need during your stay, including a front porch and wi-fi. Guests also have access to the main house where there is a table for games and a full private bathroom. Our patio area is the perfect place to relax and swing in the hammock or grill out surrounded by Georgia pines. Sometimes you will see deer running through the pines.
- Entire guesthouse
The perfect place to stay for solitude and privacy. A completely detached, private apartment with everything you need to feel like you’re right at home. Photography, videography, events or parties of any kind are prohibited except when cleared by hosts prior to booking. Spread out on a comfy L-shaped sectional sofa in the living room. There’s a neat and tidy aspect to the interior, with its little wall mottos of goodwill, subtle lighting and rustic full kitchen. Find yourself just minutes from North Point Mall with its dine-in movie theater and less than a mile from the Big Creek Greenway. The Ameris Amphitheater is just 7 minutes away. Downtown Alpharetta and the Avalon are each 10 minutes away.
- Private room
At Alpharetta, Exit 10 of Highway 400 。Close to Kroger and ALDI and the Saddle Brook Shopping Center.H Mart and Publix are also close by, easy access to (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and 141 highways。The room has a queen-size bed 。this room is very suitable if you are a living room spacious and bright, the bathroom is shared.
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Your guide to Alpharetta
All About Alpharetta
Located on the outer reaches of the greater Atlanta metropolitan area is the mid-sized city of Alpharetta, known for its vibrant music scene, compact but flourishing downtown, and easy access to the North Georgia Mountains. You’ll see historic 19th-century buildings throughout town that house museums, boutiques, and restaurants specializing in regional Southern cooking. On weekends, the city center springs to life with cyclists and rollerbladers taking over the town green, and a farmers’ market showcasing the best and brightest produce from around the region.
One thing that sets Alpharetta apart from other cities in the area is its love for music. It has deeply ingrained connections to Georgia’s blues, jazz, and country scenes, and plays host to a variety of music festivals and performance spaces, including a jazz club and a 12,000-seat amphitheater. For outdoor-based adventures, Chattahoochee National Forest is just a couple of hours north, and provides plenty of hiking trails through Georgia’s stunning hardwood and pine forests.
How do I get around Alpharetta?
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is 45 minutes away by car. There are taxi and ride-hailing services available outside the terminal. In addition, bus and rail services run by Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) connect the Atlanta airport with Alpharetta, but renting a vehicle is the most straightforward way to get to your accommodation and around the area. Once you’re in Alpharetta, most of the city is compact and enjoyable to navigate on foot.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Alpharetta?
The weather can swing radically from one season to the next in Alpharetta. Summers can be hot and humid with moderate levels of rain, particularly in the latter half of the season. From November through mid-March, temperatures drop considerably and frequently get below freezing with a substantial increase in rain and the occasional dusting of snow. Due to the relative extremes of summer and winter, shoulder seasons tend to be popular times for travelers to book vacation rentals in Alpharetta. Both spring and fall provide moderate temperatures and minimal rainfall, excellent conditions for exploring the town and its surroundings. And with Atlanta close by, you’ll find several events and festivals throughout the year to enjoy. For example, the Wire & Wood music festival, hosted in downtown Alpharetta, is a two-day celebration in October with local and nationally known musicians performing blues, country, rock, and bluegrass across several stages along with food trucks and beer vendors.
What are the top things to do in Alpharetta?
Webb Bridge Park
Located on the western edge of town, Webb Bridge Park features more than 100 acres of parkland along with soccer fields, baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. But the park’s main draw is its vast arboretum with hardwood forests, conifers, and other native tree species, all crisscrossed by hiking trails.
Alpharetta Arts Center
This modern art gallery showcases work produced by local artists from across various mediums, including painting, sculpture, and digital visual pieces. In addition to the ever-rotating series of exhibits, the center hosts classes for children on cooking and creative writing.
Alpharetta’s nickname, Music City, is well earned. No matter when you visit, you’re likely to hear the sounds of banjos, saxophones, and blues guitar riffs floating down the street from one of the city’s many music venues. Whether it’s at honky-tonk bar room stages, a high-capacity amphitheater, or concerts at the local polo club, there is never a shortage of live musical entertainment.