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  • Perfect location and very comfortable!

    "We rented this adorable house for a week. The street was lovely. We spent our early mornings drinking coffee on the porch and the rest of our days strolling the historic district. We were walking distance to just about everything. Highly recommend if you're looking for a relaxing, convenient and comfortable place to spend your time while in St. Augustine."
    Guest: Lovin' St. Augustine Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 28, 2014
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  • Wonderful Condo in St Augustine

    "Seriously, this condo is just terrific! It has everything you might need for a delightful stay, from beach towels and toys to kitchen gadgets galore! It was spacious, beautifully appointed, and it felt like home (only way closer to the beach!). My grandkids loved the pond, hand feed the turtles and ducks to their great delight. The beach is steps away, as well as two pools that we used on a daily basis. The condo was QUIET and PRIVATE. This is our place to stay in St Augustine, and we will be back! Thank you Beatrix, you and your condo are the best!!"
    Guest: Grandma Bobo Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • As described, not as expected.

    "The house was very clean. The furnishings were nice and serviceable. The appliances were plentiful and in good repair, other than the toaster. The "three bedrooms" are actually two bedrooms and a sleeping area off the living room with french doors separating it form the living room. It also adjoins the back corner bedroom. There is no sound privacy between the rooms. The second bathroom is behind the laundry area in the rear of the house. This is good and bad. It is bad for access from the sleeping areas, but good for people coming in from the back yard. The bathroom near the sleeping area has a very nice shower. The toilets need attention in that they require assistance to shut off the water flow by pulling the handles up. Very good location for beach activities and restaurants. I really liked the off street parking. We never figured out what some of the light switched controlled. Very functional for our needs, but a little unconventional. We would stay there again, but would not take my 92 year old mother; there is no rail for the front steps and she had difficulty coming up the back steps. However, most people don't travel with a 92 year old lady."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 27, 2014
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  • Lots of room for the whole family....

    "A lovely spacious home with fabulous view of the ocean. Customer service was very helpful. Some contradictory info (number of cars that can park in garages) and rules (who puts out the trash). Overall great house and holiday. Downsides: one oven barely working, no sound insulation between floors making a couple of the second floor bedrooms noisy from the kitchen and dining areas on the top floor, and my grandson's swimming mask disappeared on Wednesday night from the house pool area. Only thing that would keep us from coming back is the over-strict (even for an HOA) HOA rules."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 25, 2014
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Florida North East Travel Tips

Northeast Florida Vacation Rentals for Your Next Trip

Northeast Florida has some of the oldest settlements in the United States. Discovered by Juan Ponce de Leon in 1513, both the Spanish and French established settlements in northeast Florida. With the advent of the Florida East Coast Railroad by William Henry Flagler in the late 19th century, the advantages of the area as a winter resort became more apparent. Nicknamed the “Sunshine State,” it is a popular vacation destination for families, couples, snowbirds escaping the northern states for the winter, and spring breaker travelers. Nowadays, St. Augustine, Amelia Island, Jacksonville and Daytona Beach are some of the most popular vacation destinations in the U.S.

Choose Your own Northeast Florida Vacation Rentals

The coastline of northeast Florida is lined with oceanfront condos and apartments offering fantastic vacation rentals right on the beach. Condos often have their own private balcony, a sun terrace and shared swimming pool overlooking the beach. The convenience of having these amenities and sun loungers just steps from your lodging makes good sense. Within your own vacation rental unit, the well-equipped kitchen can be stocked with cold drinks and snacks, helping to save you money during the vacation. Older children can come and go to the beach and pool as they please and everyone has their own bedroom space. A vacation rental usually works out to be much cheaper than a hotel, especially for a family. Couples can opt for a smaller unit or may share the space (and cost!) with friends. Those requiring a special diet will find the convenience of a vacation rental home a great advantage. Best of all, condo rentals are comfortably furnished to a high standard with every convenience in the kitchen from a washer/dryer unit to a dishwasher.

Things to do Near Northeast Florida Condos

Northeast Florida has plenty of things to see and do including the usual beach pursuits of surfing, metal detecting, sunbathing and fishing. Jet skis, windsurfing and bird-watching are popular pursuits. Visitors can also take a boat trip along the quieter Intracoastal Waterway. The area has plenty of museums, including the Wax Museum and Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum in St. Augustine, lighthouses, national parks, golf courses and excellent shopping malls. Cycling and walking along the firm sands and boardwalks are popular ways to see the area. Art-lovers will enjoy a visit to the Cummer Museum of Art which has a fine collection of Japanese prints and 19th-century artwork in this beautiful mansion. There are also several botanical gardens in the area.

Getting to Northeast Florida Resorts

Many people drive to Northeast Florida. Those choosing to fly will find Jacksonville International Airport the nearest major airport to this area. It is just 16 miles from Amelia City lodging, 22 miles from the Jacksonville beach rentals and within easy driving distance of St. Augustine and Daytona Beach.

Neighborhoods to Visit From Northeast Florida Resorts

Amelia Island has some of the best beaches and sand dunes in Florida. It has the Fort Clinch State Park with a historic Civil War fort and plenty of shops and restaurants. Jacksonville has miles of beautiful sandy beaches along the barrier island and Atlantic Beach is a favorite with surfers. A little further down the coast from Jacksonville is St. Augustine, the nation’s oldest city, founded in 1565. It has beautiful Spanish-style architecture and the oldest wooden school house in the U.S., in a replica village of the original settlement. Daytona Beach is home to Speedway Racing since cars first raced along the firm sands in 1902. Cape Canaveral is home to the Kennedy Space Center and offers a great day out. If you are really lucky, there may be a space shuttle launch during your stay.

Weather in Northeast Florida

The northeast coast of Florida enjoys some of the best weather all year with sea breezes making the 90-degree Fahrenheit (32 C) summer highs more bearable. Winter daytime highs are around 67 degrees Fahrenheit (20 C) and the rainiest months are from June to September when short afternoon showers are likely.

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