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Guesthouse in Alpharetta
Owl Creek Chapel
This unique and peaceful stained-glass chapel next to a creek will make you feel like you're staying in an enchanted forest right in the heart of Alpharetta. Recline in the hot tub or relax around the firepit before taking a short stroll across our tree bridge. Escape the Atlanta heat by reclining in the soaking tub or lounging on the comfortable bed under a cedar shingle ceiling. Newly built in August 2022, this space was dreamed, designed and built with the ultimate guest experience in mind.
$239 per night
Tiny home in Alpharetta
Tiny House Farm Stay
Welcome to the "Tiny House" @ Cowboy Courtyard Alpharetta. A unique opportunity to stay in this magnificent custom built " Tiny House" in the heart of South Forsyth county & most unique Airbnb listing in the area. located in the heart of horse country Alpharetta & Milton on a 4 acre horse ranch. Just 2 miles from GA 400 Halcyon & 6 miles from the Avalon shops,entertainment, restaurants bars ,malls and 1 mile from the Big Creek 13 mile biking & running trail. Come & enjoy and stay
$82 per night
Guest suite in Alpharetta
Alparetta Charm
Clean, quiet, comfortable and convenient finished walk-out basement with separate entrance. Private bedroom and full bath, media room with 55" TV and surround sound, pool table, wet bar, refrigerator, microwave and Keurig coffee maker. Second queen size bed for 3rd guest. Close to Ameris Amphitheater (about a mile and a half) for concerts and Avalon for shopping and restaurants.
$95 per night

Stay near Alpharetta's top sights

Photo of Avalon
Avalon148 locals recommend
Photo of North Point Mall
North Point Mall73 locals recommend
Photo of Topgolf
Topgolf36 locals recommend
Photo of Walmart Supercenter
Walmart Supercenter11 locals recommend
Photo of Halcyon
Halcyon24 locals recommend
Photo of Whole Foods Market
Whole Foods Market8 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Alpharetta

Guest suite in Alpharetta
Quiet in Alpharetta
$93 per night
Farm stay in Milton/Alpharetta
Milton Horse Farm
$73 per night
Private room in Alpharetta
Alpharetta great value bedroom
$38 per night
Private room in Atlanta
Cozy Suite Near Perimeter Business District
$71 per night
Private room in Alpharetta
Nice and cozy stay!!
$28 per night
Townhouse in Alpharetta
Luxury Townhouse w/Oversized Master near Halcyon
$145 per night
Rental unit in Alpharetta
Luxury Apartment: Nearby Restaurants and Shopping
$122 per night
Cottage in Roswell
Cottage on Canton - Unit B - Canton St - Roswell
$140 per night
Tiny home in Milton/Alpharetta
Horse Trainer's Sweet Tiny House
$45 per night
Guest suite in Milton/Alpharetta
Peaceful, Beautiful Get Away with a View
$103 per night
Guesthouse in Roswell
Historic Roswell "Bread & Butter Barn"
$150 per night
Private room in Alpharetta
Alpharetta-Johns Creek, Quiet/Secure En-suite Room
$60 per night

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.

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.

Live music

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.

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