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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

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Recent Gulf Coast property reviews

  • Best spot on North Beach

    "We just got back from a week long stay at Cindy's Condo and truly can't think of enough good things to say about it. The condo was clean, spacious and had everything we needed (and then some)...stocked kitchen appliances and dishes, plenty of towels, beach toys and floats, chairs, family dvds, games, books, etc., etc. The location is great with wonderful beach access right out your back door and lots of attractions just minutes away. We felt super secure with the gated parking and secured lobby access and practically had the pool to ourselves every day. We have stayed at many VRBO condos in this area for our annual family trip and we would highly recommend this one to anyone looking for a perfect bay front location."
    Guest: Kari F. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 2014
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  • Tips to Staying at this Condo

    "We stayed here over July 4th weekend and we were very impressed with the owners, the condo, the facility and the beach. This place is definitely a 5 STAR Rental. Prepare to live like a rock star when you stay here. TIPS: -The owners have the best parking space in the whole complex. Their parking space is literally steps away from the elevator. We did not realize this and we carted all our luggage through the lobby, a long hallway, around some tight corners and then onto the elevator. Be smarter than me... Get the key and your parking pass. Then go down to level A parking garage and wind your way all the way to the very back left-hand side of the garage and you will see your assigned space. There are bell-boy carts inside the elevator area that you can use to carry your luggage. This is truly a nice feature! -Be sure you get a key FOB for each person/couple that may be staying with you. You cannot go anywhere without needing it. There are 3 key FOBs in the room and the front desk will have the 4th one. -To access the beach, you will need to get off the elevator at Level B. This level has a walkway that will take you to the beach. The owners have a locker just outside the elevators about 100 feet on your left. Open the grey metal door and you will see several dozen chain-link locker units. Their unit is number 7. In this locker you will find some chairs, floaties, balls, toys etc. You will definitely want to use the buggies to transport your items to the beach. -As you exit the locker units, you will see a garden hose on a wall as you head toward the beach. (About 100' from the locker). This will come in handy when you are putting the items back in the locker. It is polite to rinse all the salt water and sand off the toys so they will last longer and not stink when the next guests arrive. -We happen to bring our own 10x10 pop-up shade awning. We just left it out there overnight and had no issues. (We saw about 10 people doing this and all was well). You will want shade if you plan to stay out there for long. If you do not bring your own shade, you can rent an umbrella from a guy who puts them out at the beach and then comes by once he sees you sitting under it to collect his dues. By the way, there is an Academy Sports about 1.5 miles away on the seawall drive that sells these tents for about $59. -Be on the lookout for a Kite-Surfer who lives in the building. He comes out every day and shows off his killer skills. His name is Kyle."
    Guest: Jeff L. Date of Stay: July 2013 Review Submitted: July 22, 2013
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  • Family Vacation!!!

    "The whole family loved this place it was definitely a great pick! It was 11 adults and 3 kids and the house had everything to entertain every single one of us we couldn't have selected a better house! We will definitely rent this house again sometime in the near future!"
    Guest: Deanna C. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 8, 2014
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  • Great for big family!

    "OK so you will not have privacy but this house was SO much FUN for our family get together! There was a large dinning table with lots of gathering room around it. A great kitchen stocked with all the cooking utensils, dishes, pots, etc. you could imagine. Very well stocked home as I am sure the owner uses it when it is not rented and she does leave her things. This was helpful as we found a ginormous salad bowl for our big dinner. The men were happy in the TV room off the dinning watching the World Cup and the teens watched movies at night. We did walk to the beach (about 25 min walk) and same to the Strand. There were couches everywhere and we just had family hanging out all over the place but we were really all together in this home. We had such a great weekend the kids are begging to go back! The owner responded quickly to any questions we had and was extra nice. I felt the price was very fair."
    Guest: Karen Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 14, 2014
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Aransas Pass Travel Tips

Getting to the Gulf Coast with Aransas Pass Vacation Rentals

Just north of Corpus Christi along the Texas State Coastal Highway, Route 35, is the town of Aransas Pass. This sleepy little town is big on beaches and wildlife, and short on residents. The dawn light comes in over the Gulf of Mexico and profiles the wildlife sanctuary islands just off the coast as the town's shrimping boats head out for the day's catch. Aransas Pass vacation rentals allow visitors to enjoy Texas hospitality and the easy pace of life on the shores of the Texas Gulf Coast.

Sunrise and Sunset Over the Texas Gulf Coast

Aransas Pass was once intended to be Texas' major port city, but that title went to Corpus Christi. While Aransas still has ports, it's now mostly a resort town. Aransas Pass is on the coast, but the city and its ports are spread over several islands via causeways and ferries. The biggest is the six-mile long Route 361 (oddly named 'Cemetary Road' by the locals), which connects Aransas Pass to the island of Port Aransas. The marine nature of the city provides scenic, quiet beaches in almost every direction. Visitors can see the sun rising and setting over water vistas. There's access to many by-owner vacation rentals.

Texas Gulf Coast Lodging, Camping, and RV'ing

Finding a place to stay isn't difficult in Aransas Pass; the city and outlying area have many by-owner vacation rentals, especially in the summer months. People prefer their Texas Gulf Coast lodging to be through a vacation rental, because the coziness and affordability of sharing someone's home is much more rewarding than an impersonal hotel. And Aransas Pass beach rentals allow a visitor to cook a shrimp dinner in a full kitchen, and then step right from the porch onto the beach.

Size of Texas Gulf Coast and abundance of Gulf Coast beach rentals would make your next vacation planning to Texas beach very exciting. Browse by destination and vacation rental type to have an enjoyable trip to Texas Gulf Coast: Corpus Christi vacation rentals, Galveston beach house rentals, Lake Corpus Christi lodging, North Padre Island home rental, Port Aransas beach rentals, Rockport accommodation, or South Padre Island beach vacation rentals.

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