- As low as $184/Night
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 7
- 1 bathroom
- 3 bedrooms
- Air conditioning
- Bed sheets provided
- Free WiFi
- No pets allowed
- Outdoor furniture
- Smart TV
- Smoke-free property
- Sofa bed
- Toilet paper
About this Property
- Sleeps 7
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Appreciate a relaxing hideaway in our freshly refreshed bungalow 5 mins. from Parris Island and 5 mins. to Bay St. You cannot beat the location and handsome décor this cozy bungalow offers! Our home has three bedrooms equipped with queen beds and a sleeper chair for an additional guest. Unwind under the covered patio area, or watch a movie and play games before hitting the town!
We specialize in marine graduations and family vacations! We set our home up for family fun and relaxation!
About the Area
This cottage is located in Polk Village, a neighborhood in Beaufort. Spanish Moss Trail and Broome Lane Trailhead are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Bay Street and Port Royal Farmers Market.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
- Pets not allowed
Vacation rental booking tips and tricks:
When to book & When to go:
- Book your vacation home as early as possible. Rental schedules generally open 12 months in advance (or in September just after the Summer season ends). Many families book their Summer vacation rentals during Winter holiday get-togethers. Reserve before these holidays for best selection.
- To find the best value, try changing your trip dates to the Spring or Fall seasons. May, September, and October offer warmer temperatures, fewer crowds, and reduced traffic. Many vacationers use this method to reserve larger homes, or to book an oceanfront vacation rental that would otherwise be unavailable or unaffordable during the high season. Speaking of the off-season, don't overlook the holidays for a Beaufort, SC vacation! Who wouldn't love a holiday on the coast? Thanksgiving and Christmas are great times to gather with friends and family at the beach.
- Some property managers offer discounts for veterans and active duty military. It's always a good idea to check with your property manager to see if discounts are available for your group.
- Management companies and individual rental owners often offer guests an option to add vacation insurance protection. Trip insurance, which generally costs between 1% - 5% of the booking price, offers visitors reimbursement of costs for any missed days as a result of personal medical-related emergencies or weather disasters, as well as ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs, such as an unanticipated hotel or extra fuel expenses. Trip insurance is definitely a life-saver if the unforeseen happens. Ask your property manager for specifics.
- Find a copy of your local Beaufort, SC area magazine upon arrival. If your rental home doesn't have a copy, you can find them at local shops and fuel stations. In addition to great local articles, travel guides contain offers and deals for nearby tours and attractions.
Make a plan and choose yourrental home:
- Choose vacation dates and budget.
- Note the number beds and the configuration your family requires. Chic Beaufort Cottage 12 Minutes to Parris Island & 5 To Downtown Bay St! has 3 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms. If you need a larger or smaller rental, use our vacation rental search.
- Precise details about bedrooms and bed types is usually accessible on booking pages. Otherwise, email the property management company before you book your home. Remember that most properties list the max. guest capacity, which frequently includes sofa beds in living rooms. You'll need to establish what configuration is right for your trip.
- If your group is bringing pets, you'll need to book a rental that allows animals. Request information on breed, size, and type requirements. Usually, property managers charge pet deposits and fees.
- Does your group require particular amenities? Most rental websites include amenity lists and search filters. Use these filters to your advantage to find the perfect rental home.
- Proper accessibility amenities can make or ruin a vacation for those with limited mobility. .
Considerations for your stay:
- Review arrival and departure procedures before leaving home. Take a printed copy, and add a note with the directions to your smartphone.
- Ask questions. You may want instructions for a fireplace, television set or thermostat. Contact your property manager. They are there to help! A brief call prevents lots of difficulties.
- Keep your rental home locked while you're away! Don't let crooks spoil your family vacation.
- Upon arrival, record any damages to the property and immediately alert the owner. Record all coorespondence.
- Be a good neighbor! You wouldn't like unpleasant vacationers disrupting your home life. Use the golden rule for best judgement. Happy residents may even recommend great restaurants and places you would've not otherwise known about!
- Don't forget to... Ask a local! Locals can frequently help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to rent beach equipment, have a great night out, or the best spots for shopping?
- Re-check every room of the property to confirm that you've packed everything at check-out. Remember to check garages, decks, and cabinets for hidden items. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take or dispose of leftovers.
- Please make sure to walk through the rental a final time and keep an eye out for damage. We recommend walking through with the property manager whenever possible. If the host isn't available, ensure that you take video of the rental to record its condition at check-out.
- Leave feedback! Property managers rely on great feedback to inspire new reservations. They'll be grateful for your feedback. Alternatively, if something wasn't right, other vacationing families will appreciate that you share your feedback and help them have the best future vacation. Please be fair with your feedback If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the owner could control the issue, and if so, whether they responded reasonably to remedy it.