About

At the Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast you will find unique accommodations and a refreshingly different experience.

130 Krog After

Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast

A delightful combination of old and new, the Urban Oasis was originally a cotton sorting mill dating back to 1950. Judi bought the building in 1998 and converted it into live work lofts. She renovated the end space with gardens on three sides, for her family where they have lived since 2000.

Once their kids grew up and moved on, Judi and her husband Duane, opened up their home to guests as a Bed and Breakfast. This has been an especially good move as it is located in the heart of Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward in walking distance to great restaurants, bars, shops and parks. In fact is sits directly on the new Atlanta Beltline trail. The recently finished 2.25 miles leg of the Eastside Trail of the Beltline goes from the corner of the Urban Oasis to Piedmont Park.

breakfast at the Urban Oasis

Getting Ready for Breakfast

The Urban Oasis can accommodate up to eight guests. There is a suite with a bed and bath upstairs and sitting room with large flat screen tv and desk area downstairs.There is another room upstairs with its own connected bath and there is a easily accessible room downstairs on a private hall with a semi private bath across the hall. The rooms are all decked out with comfy queen sized beds with fabulous linens. Everyone raves about how pampered they feel and how well they sleep when they stay at the Urban Oasis.

A special feature is the luscious private gardens and patios surrounding this loft resplendent with roses, peonies, peaches, figs, herbs, vegetable and flowers of all sorts.

Urban Oasis garden in June

Pond at Urban Oasis

Contact:
Judi Knight
phone: 770-714-8618
Google
@judiknight
e-mail: j.knight@comcast.net

Duane Solem
phone: 678-777-5083
@duanesolem
e-mail: dsolem84@hotmail.com

Address:
130 A Krog Street
Atlanta Georgia 30307