Surrounded by trees on 1/2 acre, our cottage in Kensington/ Berkeley Hills is a perfect country house in the city. Our relaxing light-filled retreat is decorated with our original textile designs, Kiran's fine art photography and has a hot tub under the stars.
“Words don’t do justice to just how majestic and nice this listing is. The property is very beautiful, very private and you even can wake up to sound of the creek that’s right outside the window. The jacuzzi was nice and hot and let’s you seen the sunset. Also, the hosts were very accommodating and quick to respond. I will definitely be staying here again in the near future.”
Traditional Japanese architecture tucked away in a great Berkeley neighborhood. Peaceful and quiet but just a few blocks to UC Berkeley, all the restaurants of the "Gourmet Ghetto", and the North Berkeley Bart station. WE ARE AVAILABLE FOR HOSTING. DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, WE REQUIRE THAT NO MORE THAN 2 GUESTS STAY, WITH NO OHER VISITORS ALLOWED AND WE CAN NOT ACCOMODATE REQUESTS FOR EARLY CHECK IN OR LATE CHECKOUT. Berkeley Short Term Rental Registration # ZCSTR2017-0007
“This place is very well designed for its theme. My wife and I only stayed one night and wanted to stay more. The bathtub is uniquely relaxing as well as the skylights through out the place. The moon was so bright that we didn’t use any electricity and let the moonlight shine in. So strongly recommend this place if you’re passing through San Francisco area.”
Our newly remodeled 200 sq ft tiny house is a perfect Berkeley retreat. It is walking distance to BART into San Fran. (1 mile), Cal campus (1 mile), Gourmet Ghetto (world-class cuisine), Berkeley Rose Garden, and the Berkeley Marina (1.5 miles). You’ll love our place because of the light, the comfy bed, and the coziness (it's a tiny house!). It's perfect for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and small families. We have 2 queen size beds including one in a relaxing loft space
“A cozy well appointed tiny house in north Berkeley that was perfect for us (one grownup and one preteen who could sleep in the loft). Coming from Europe, we appreciated that there were some shops and a nice cafe in walking distance; we walked to BART too.”