Furnished Apartments in Cow Hollow
Cow Hollow Serviced Apartments
One of the most affluent and desirable locations, Cow Hollow is a popular neighbourhood in San Francisco. With a plethora of boutiques, galleries, cafes, and restaurants, this place is always bustling and offers happening nightlife. Located between Russian Hill and Presidio Heights, this neighbourhood is a great choice for both work and leisure. From proximity to the office to recreation to daily essentials, staying at one of our fully furnished apartments in Cow Hollow gives you access to everything. With peaceful residential streets and ample entertainment opportunities, this neighbourhood is a popular choice among tourists visiting San Francisco.
Our Top Furnished Apartments in Cow Hollow, San Francisco:
Each of our Cow Hollow serviced apartments is designed with elements that reflect the upscale and quiet character of the locality. With finer furnishing, modern amenities, and smart appliances, these furnished apartments in Cow Hollow give our guests a feel like a home rather than just a hotel room. There is a cosy bedroom with attached bathrooms, a living and dining space, and a fully modular kitchen with all appliances and utensils. With high-speed WiFi connectivity, a flat-screen TV, and much more, these apartments provide a relaxing worry-free travel experience.
Where to Stay in Cow Hollow
Cow Hollow has always been a desirable neighbourhood in San Francisco. However, with recent shifts, the place has seen huge popularity in terms of entertainment, food, and other recreational activities. Staying near the center of the town is always the best option as you get to explore everything easily in no time. There are streets filled with cute cafes, unique stores, boutiques, and stylish restaurants which you can explore if you are staying nearby. However, you can stay anywhere as cycling around the place is quite common among travelers.
Facts About Cow Hollow
As the name suggests Cow Hollow was a green land watered by surrounding hills and small creeks which was used for cow grazing. The area also had a fisherman community as the shore was near to this area.
Here are some of the facts about Cow Hollow:
- The first dairy in Cow Hollow was established in 1861. Followed by 30 others, soon this land was shared by hundreds of cows with wild ducks, quail, and rabbits.
- Besides milk, the area was also popular for laundry as freshwater was scarce along the Barbary Coast in the 1850s.
- The area is referred to as Laguna Pequeña on early maps but by the 1800s, tanneries, slaughterhouses, and sausage factories came into the place and Cow Hollow lost its charm.
- In the mid-1800s the popular Union Street in Cow Hollow was filled with hardware stores, garages, groceries, and laundries.
Weather in Cow Hollow
Cow Hollow has moderate and travel-friendly weather all around the year, apart from the extreme winter days. The hottest months in Cow Hollow, San Francisco are July, August, and September when the maximum temperature is around 25 degrees celsius and goes down to 15 degrees celsius at night. The summer months are quite humid here but still the most preferred time to travel to the city.