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Recent Shore Region reviews

  • Reconnecting with family

    "Great place for a family reunion! House is exactly as pictured/described and was well stock with dishes for large group. House was clean upon arrival. Loved the out door seating area and the screened in porch! Very close to beach and the bay! Particularly enjoyed using the body board which we found in the outdoor storage by shower. Weren't expecting it! Will happily rent this property again next time we are on LBI! Sunsets from the upper deck are wonderful! Fantastic stay with many happy memories made!"
    Guest: Rebecca B. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 23, 2014
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  • Another great week

    "This is the second year that we have rented this house. We love it. There is every amenity that you could ever want. A pool, hot rub, dock and every kitchen utensil including a K cup coffee maker. The owner is super easy to deal with and very accommodating. You cannot go wrong with this rental"
    Guest: LBI girl Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014
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  • Perfect Fall Getaway

    "We stayed from Sept. 27 to Oct. 4, 2014. There were four adults in our party. Two had had knee surgeries earlier this year, so the fact that everything was on one level was a real plus. Location was great: close to the beach, shopping and restaurants were an easy drive away, and the neighborhood was quiet with little car traffic. (We saw more bikes go by than cars.) Inside had everything we needed for a comfortable stay. Owners were courteous and responsive. Thank you, Sal and Laura, for a great week."
    Guest: The Gibson/Ross Families Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 9, 2014
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  • A fantastic home

    "My group of about 15 friends and spouses rented this amazing house for our 18th annual Euchre card tournament this September. Everybody raved about the house, the location, and the town. Also, the manager, Nancy, was a tremendous help both before and throughout or stay. First, the location is spectacular. Ocean Grove is a wonderful town with lots of charm, and the house sits right on the beach, directly across from the boardwalk, fronting an entire block. Probably the best location in town. It really is as good as it looks. I grew up in NJ and have been coming to various shore towns from Wildwood to Long Branch since I was a kid. Ocean Grove is special. And it's only an hour from Newark airport, which was great for our out of state people. Close for travelers, but it feels like another world from NYC, in the best possible way. Second, the house, while a bit quirky in the bed and bathroom department, is incredible. Best of all is the gigantic front porch. We spent as much time as possible here, in daylight hours and at night. The view is unbeatable and the atmosphere is wonderful. There is a grill and you can grill on one end of the deck without smoke bothering people on the other end. There are three large tables and chairs and we routinely sat a dozen people there with room to spare. The house is also HUGE and charming. A real antique, built in 1880 if I recall correctly. We slept 15 people without trouble, and during the days we didn't feel like we were on top of each other either. And staying in a place with so much evident personality was a real bonus. One caveat: The Master Bedroom has a railroad bedroom off of it (not counted in the 5 listed rooms--that would make it six) and these rooms share a private bath, which itself is divided into one bath with just a toilet and one with just a shower and sink. Slightly odd but not a big issue for us. In a house with six beds (not including 2 sofabeds and 2 air mattresses) and four bathrooms, the quirks weren't a problem, and were more part of the charm of this vintage house. Lastly, Nancy the manager was wonderful to deal with, answering our text-messaged questions and helping out with anything we needed. We had a package delivered to the house after we'd left and Nancy repacked and mailed it to us back home. Above and beyond the call of duty. Overall, the Strandview was a highlight of our 18 years of getting together. We definitely want to return."
    Guest: James B. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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Shore Region Travel Tips

Jersey Shore Summer Rentals for 127 Miles of Beaches

One-hundred and twenty-seven miles of glorious beaches line the New Jersey Shore. Along this long stretch are holiday hideaways. With New Jersey Shore lodging rentals, you can take your pick of which particular area best suits you. Whether the bright lights of Atlantic City catch your eye or you are seeking a spacious place to stay, find it in Jersey Shore house rentals. Choose Jersey Shore summer rentals; they reach from Sandy Hook to Cape May and you'll discover why so many visitors return time and again.

Jersey Shore Summer Rentals Are Where History and Dune Trails Await

Jersey Shore summer rentals are available along the coast, with properties on beautiful barrier islands. Bays to fishing villages overlook the sea. Around the Gateway National Recreation Area, Jersey Shore house rentals offer visitors miles of beaches and vast stretches of dune trails. For visitors, the historic sites such as Sandy Hook Lighthouse and Fort Hancock will be appealing. The views of New York Harbor from the Twin Lights of Navesink will intrigue and delight those staying at New Jersey Shore lodging options.

Jersey Shore House Rentals Are Where History Comes to Life

Step out of Jersey Shore house rentals and into the past in Farmingdales’ Allaire State Park where a restored 19th-century bog iron producing community will welcome visitors. Here you will also find the Pine Creek Railroad, one of the few remaining narrow gauge steam engines in the state. If farming takes your fancy, vacationers at Jersey Shore summer rentals should visit Longstreet Farms, a living history farm in Holmdel which is restored to its original look from the 1890s. For more history, Monmouth Battlefield State Park in Manalapan dates back to the Revolutionary War. For the equestrians, Jersey Shore lodging provides opportunities to visit the world-class Horse Park of New Jersey.

New Jersey Shore Lodging Will Get the Kids Searching for Treasure

The obvious attractions around Jersey Shore summer rentals are the beaches with all their related activities. Jersey Shore house rentals are also ideal to learn more about the history of this wonderful area. Visitors to New Jersey Shore lodging should include Tuckerton Seaport Village in their itineraries. This 40-acre working village houses 16 restored properties which preserve the maritime heritage of a bygone age. If the kids need some more vacation excitement, get them searching for Captain Kidd’s treasure; it’s said to be buried in the Belmar marsh!

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