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Recent Noe Valley reviews

  • Great space to stay in the Noe Valley. Clean, great views, close to everything.

    "This was the perfect place to stay for us in San Fransisco. It is close to great restaurants and public transportation. The view from the deck is wonderful at all times of the day. The owner was great to work with. Will definitely stay again when in San Fransisco."
    Guest: Dawnita D. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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  • Great place to stay in SF

    "My wife and I just spent a week in San Francisco and thoroughly enjoyed it. Dana's sunroom was ideal for us. It was clean and the location, in a neighborhood that was quiet, where the people were friendly, and that felt very safe to walk around in, was just what we wanted. Within easy walking distance were some restaurants and a Whole Foods market, as well as small shops and convenience stores. We particularly liked Casa Mexicana on Church St. for fresh, tasty Mexican food. We had no need to rent a car, preferring to use public transportation. The nearest MUNI stop is within a 5 minute walk and connects to any part of the city you would want to visit. Buying a CityPass or a weekly MUNI pass makes it economical as well. And as the weekly rate for the rental was so reasonable, much cheaper than staying in a downtown hotel, more money could be spent on enjoying the many activities available in the bay area. We particularly enjoyed visiting Muir Woods, the Coit Tower, the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz (on a night tour, which is less crowded than ones during the day), and ATT Park for a Giants game. I highly recommend, if you are able to handle the walking, the Real SF tour, which, between walking and using public transportation, is a day-long, small-group guided tour of many neighborhoods and sites in the city. We took it on our first day and as it was so informative about the history of the city and it's various neighborhoods, helped us greatly during the remainder of our stay to make use of the MUNI easier, to appreciate the diversity of the city, and to help us decide which neighborhoods and attractions we wanted to explore further. During our stay Dana was the perfect host, helpful and concerned that our visit was going smoothly. He was always available if needed but in no way intrusive. To be fair with this review, there are a few, small quirks about the sunroom that we had to adjust to but they were quite minor, namely no sink in the bathroom and no available freezer/ice maker if you wanted ice cubes for a drink. And as Dana makes everyone well aware in his listing, there is the 43-step, twisty flight of stairs that must be climbed to reach the sunroom. We are both in our mid-50s and while it is certainly navigable, it does require some care doing so. But again, to us these were all minor inconveniences and we would definitely stay here again if we were to return to San Francisco. Thanks for everything Dana--we had a great vacation!"
    Guest: Robert C. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 22, 2016
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  • Fun apartment great host.

    "Our family stayed at Casa Dolores on our first ever visit to San Francisco. Cute cozy apartment in an outstanding location. We walked to Tartines Bakery, Dolores park, and many Noe Valley restaurants. Jay was an amazing host and we highly recommend his apartment."
    Guest: Tony T. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 21, 2016
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  • Great flat and location

    "I stayed here for a conference, the location is great, lots of stuff over 1 street for food drink shopping coffee groceries. The flat itself is all updated and us great. Comfy bed, great water, great tv and kitchen. All very pleasant, looking forward to coming back for a fun trip."
    Guest: ken f. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 3, 2016
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