Inman Park, Atlanta
“Lily Pad” is the perfect jumping off point for your Atlanta adventures! This petite perch packs everything you need for a comfortable stay: a cooking/lounging area, a dining/working space, a bathroom with a stackable washer/dryer, and a queen size bedroom with a spacious closet. No mini-fridge or hot plate here: you can whip up whatever you like in this kitchen and enjoy a digestif al fresco to boot. The shaded and secluded outdoor lounge areas will make you feel that you have your own private oasis in the heart of the city.
This home is just a few blocks east of central Inman Park, where dining and drinking options abound, and the nearby Freedom Park Connector hike and bike trail will lead you right to the Atlanta BeltLine. Head one block north instead and you’ll find yourself in hip Little Five Points where you can shop for records, grab a burger or a slice, and catch some live music at Variety Playhouse. This pad’s location is truly the best of both worlds!
- 1x queen bed
- Ultra fast WiFi
- Smart TV
- Ring security system
Minty Living homes are pet friendly upon owner approval because we understand times away from home are best spent with a best friend! We will do our very best to accommodate your furry family.
Our 100% organic coffee is a vehicle for positive social change and is always Fair Trade. Brew up a pot upon arrival or enjoy a fresh cup of herbal tea instead.
Our ethically sourced organic bedding sets pair nature’s finest fibers with environmentally aware artisans, crafting a beautiful bedroom that reflects and respects the tranquil beauty of the natural world.
Fully Stocked Kitchen
We like to cook, and we assume you do as well. Enjoy a fully supplied kitchen in every residence, including high-end cutlery, blender, toaster, pots and pans, and tupperware for all those delicious leftovers.
Inman Park, Atlanta
Inman Park is a lush and historic area known for its architecture and lively dining scene. Hip brunch spots, cafes, and wine bars cluster around the Eastside BeltLine Trail, a converted railway line popular with walkers and cyclists. There's also Krog Street Market, with artisan bakeries and food stalls in a refurbished factory. The area’s history as Atlanta’s first planned suburb is reflected in its impressive Victorian homes and verdant Springvale Park.