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Welcome to The Urban Oasis

The Urban Oasis at 130 A Krog Street is a 5,400 sq foot loft located in the Inman Park neighborhood, just one mile from Downtown Atlanta. We provide our guests at the Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast with a different way to experience modern southern living in a loft right in the middle of this hip, vibrant city.

This 4 bedroom 4 bath loft has been featured in magazines and on television and has been the site of many photo shoots for print and TV. The proprietors Judi Knight and Duane Solem love to entertain and you will feel like a guest in their home. It is a perfect way to experience the city and to feel like you are visiting friends in town.

Our Three Guest Rooms

Amanda's Room

plant_img_thumb6105-2Pamper yourself in this spacious, one bedroom suite with a large private ‘en suite’ bathroom with shower. This room is furnished with mid-century modern Heywood Wakefield furniture.
$145.00 per night
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Michael's Suite

garden_img_thumb6080-2This is a two-story private suite that has a large lovely bedroom with an attached bath on the upstairs level, and a large lounge room with a sectional couch and big screen TV downstairs.
$210.00 per night
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Robyn's Room

birdcage_img_thumb6066-2A cozy first floor bedroom with modern appointments and a view to the backyard.
$125.00 per night
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Latest Posts

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Urban Oasis Bed and Breakfast Garden in June

Most bed and breakfasts are not in lofts. And most lofts don’t have gardens. At the Urban Oasis we do things a little different. Here are a few shots of the loft gardens on a morning in early June. Recommend on FacebookShare on Google +Pin Us!Tweet about itPrint for laterTell a friend

Old Fourth Ward

Old Fourth Ward Our Sister Neighborhood Across the Tracks

Wyatt Williams wrote a really nice article chronicling the evolution of the the Historic Old Fourth Wards neighborhood from deserted drug land to  becoming revitalized as one of the best neighborhoods in Atlanta and certainly the coolest night spot in town. It is all about the role my friends, City Councilman, Kwanza Hall, Grant Henry, […]

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Party Hardy on Edgewood Avenue

Back in the day, Edgewood Avenue in the Old Fourth Ward was well, rather edgy. Now it is the place to go out. My friend, Grant Henry’s bar, Sister Loiusa’s “Church” of the Living Room and Ping Pong Emporium is the Soul of the street. Grant has his irreverent religious art everywhere. You could stay […]

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130 Krog Street Before and After

People always want to know the history of the Urban Oasis. It was a cotton sorting warehouse built in 1950. The railroad tracks ran behind the building and there was a spur line coming down from the tracks for the trains to unload the cotton on the cement loading dock which now after dumping 40 […]