- As low as $110/Night
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 2
- 1 bedroom
- Air conditioning
- Barbecue grill
- Beach towels
- Bed sheets provided
- Car recommended
- Carbon monoxide detector
- Coffee/tea maker
- Deadbolt lock
- Deck or patio
- Dining table
- Electric kettle
- Fire extinguisher
- First aid kit
- Hair dryer
- In a village
- In the city center
- Iron/ironing board
- Living room
- No pets allowed
- Onsite parking
- Outdoor furniture
- Property does not allow children
- Smart TV with cable/satellite service
- Smoke detector
- Smoke-free property
- Toilet paper
- Towels provided
- Unit size: 1000 sq ft (93 sq m)
- Washing machine and dryer
- WiFi available (fee applies)
About this Property
- Sleeps 2
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- Private vacation home
- Approximately 1000 square feet
Gorgeously sited in the heart of Beaufort's historic district "Old Point" which has been the backdrop for many movies -including "The Big Chill"-, and which is known for its beautiful streets, pretty live oaks draped with Spanish moss and photogenic homes, this striking 1,000+/- sq. ft., one-bedroom sun-filled bungalow is diagonally across from the breathtaking 'Reflection Pond' and is on the path of the carriage tours. Front and side porches let you savor balmy breezes and are the ideal setting for a peaceful conversation or reading a book. Just a few blocks from the inter-coastal waterway, eateries, shopping, USCB (home of the Beaufort Film Festival) and the much filmed Pinckney Park, it's also an simple drive to Hunting Island's striking beaches, an hour from Savannah and 90 mins. to Charleston.
About the Area
Located in Beaufort, this vacation home is in the city center. Spanish Moss Trail and Broome Lane Trailhead are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park and Port Royal Skateboard Park.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Know Before you Go
A car is recommended for transportation to and from this property
- Pets not allowed
Tricks and tips to get the very best rental experience:
Sticking to your rental budget:
- Summer months are high season in the Beaufort, SC area. Booking a rental in the Spring or Fall is our favorite way to save money on your rental home. Rates are lower, and you'll find a better selection of suitable homes.
- The sooner your group can reserve a home, the easier your search will be. The most desirable vacation homes are booked early. Reserving your rental home six to twelve months before your vacation dates is recommended. Winter holidays are excellent times to search for and book your rental property.
- Veterans and Active Duty Military members may qualify for special discounts. Be sure to ask your prospective property owner or host if your group qualifies for a reduced rate.
- Management companies and individual rental owners often offer customers an option to buy vacation insurance. Trip insurance, which usually will cost between 1% - 5% of the base stay price, offers visitors reimbursement of their vacation costs for days missed as a result of medical-related catastrophes or weather, as well as ensuing additional evacuation charges, such as an unexpected hotel stay or extra gasoline expenses. Trip insurance can be a a life-saver if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your host for additional information.
- Look for your local Beaufort, SC area magazine upon checking in. If your rental home doesn't have a copy, you can find them at local shops and visitor centers. In addition to great information, visitors guides contain offers and deals for nearby accommodations, tours and attractions.
Finding the perfect vacation home in Beaufort:
- Start by selecting your a vacation week and a spending budget.
- Decide how many bedrooms and the configuration you need. The Library House - Historic Old Point has 1 bedrooms and 1 bathrooms.
- Precise information regarding bedrooms and bed types is usually available on booking websites. If they are not listed, reach out to the property owner before reserving the vacation home. Remember that most property listings specify maximum guest capacity, which often includes pull-out couches and bunk beds. You'll need to work out what bed configuration is right for your vacation group.
- Is your family looking for particular amenities? Most rental search websites include search filters with amenity lists. Filtering by amenity will allow you to quickly find the perfect rental home.
- Proper accessibility amenities can make or ruin a vacation for persons with disabilities. Make certain to ask about wheel chair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment needs.
- Some rentals allow pets, and others do not. Acceptable types of dog or cat, size and breeds may be restricted, and added costs may apply. Ask the property manager about allowable pet guidelines before booking.
Tips for a great stay:
- Store the host's contact information in your smartphone and wallet.
- Record any issues with the rental at check in, and immediately contact the host. We specifically recommend e-mails and text messages, as they usually contain time stamps that are beneficial if a dispute arises.
- Ask questions. You may need instructions for a fireplace, stereo or coffee maker. Contact your owner. They are there to help! A brief call prevents lots of concerns.
- Be respectful. Often, surrounding homes are filled by permanent residents. Respecting late-night quiet hours and parking rules reduces conflict and allows everyone to enjoy their day.
- Don't forget to... Ask a local! Local residents can typically help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to find the best seashells, have a great night out, or the best spots for BBQ?
- Lock your rental home while you're away. Keep your property safe!
- Just prior to departing, take a final walk-through to make sure you did not forget any personal items. Check dressers, closets, and bathrooms for hidden belongings. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take any leftovers home.
- Walk through the property one final time and keep an eye out for any damage. We suggest inspecting the property with the host whenever you can. If the property manager is not available, take photos of the property to record its condition at check-out.
- Did your group have a great stay? Most rental websites make it easy for guests to provide feedback. If your property and/or host was wonderful, they will likely appreciate your kind words. If anything was out of order and they failed to fix it in a reasonable manner, or if the vacation rental wasn't described correctly, you'll want to make a note as part of your feedback.