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
Recent Cape Charles property reviews
"Our stay at the Pinnacle was absolutely perfect. The location of the property is ideal for just about anything you want to do. The listing photos of the properly definitely give an accurate reflection of the appearance and details of the home. The interior of the property is extremely clean and both the inside/outside are well maintained and cared for. We had never been to this area for vacation in the past and the owner was very helpful by answering any questions we had. We highly recommend anyone looking for a restful, ideal vacation to stay at this property. The Bay Creek resort has just about anything you want to do on a vacation (beach, pools, restaurants) and the quaint town of Cape Charles (less than two miles away) is a look at the past with a row of shops, stores, restaurants and fishing. Our family (including our grandchildren, ages 5 and 3) enjoyed our stay so much we are looking forward to coming back next year."Guest: Mike Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 7, 2014View listing
"Cape Charles was a delightful town and the Waterhouse a wonderful place for our family to gather. It was conveniently located, well stocked and spacious for everyone. It was decorated attractively and well restored to provide a very pleasant place to stay."Guest: Nancy Y. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 24, 2014View listing
"We stayed here with family and had such a good time. There were a total of six people, four adults and two teens. The condo was cozy, but there was more than enough room for everyone to stretch out and relax. The condo had all of the expected amenities, but the best part was the location. Proximity to the pool was a must for the younger people, and we were a hop and skip away from two award winning golf courses. We threw in a visit to a winery and a kayaking trip for clams. Perfect. Cape Charles and the local community were charming and full of great food and quaint shopping. We're going back just for clam strips and sweet potato biscuits!"Guest: Paul and Sara Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014View listing
Cape Charles Travel Tips
Cape Charles Vacation Rentals are Impressive
Enter Cape Charles from the awe-inspiring Chesapeake Bay Bridge and your vacation will only get better from there. When you choose to stay in Cape Charles vacation rentals, you will have spectacular views of this beautiful body of water. Many of the vacation homes in this area offer private decks for sunrise breakfasts. The VRBO homes offer the best value for your vacation dollars with artfully equipped kitchens, large living rooms and bedrooms for every member of your party. Whether you are interested in a cozy place for romantic getaway for two or a house large enough to accommodate a family reunion, you will have a myriad of choices.
Things to do and see Near Cape Charles Vacation Houses
Visitors to the area that enjoy late-Victorian or turn-of-the-century buildings can indulge this passion when staying in Cape Charles vacation houses. This area has a very large display of structures built between 1885 and 1920. The town has actually been listed as a Historic District in two places: the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Guests of Cape Charles homes can stop by the Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center for more information on the town, its ferry service and railroads.
If you choose to stay at your vacation home in the summer, you and your family can enjoy the harbor parties that take place on the first Saturday of each month from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Party the night away with a band, dancing, food, beer and the glorious sunset.
If you chose a Cape Charles house that is not directly on the water, you may want to visit the town’s sandy beachfront park. There is also the opportunity to spot birds or other bits of nature at Kiptopeke State Park. In the fall of the year, the park has a bird banding station and is a great area to see the migratory hawks.
Looking for a night away from your luxury home? If you want an entertaining evening, take an excursion on the Bay Creek Railway. Dine in a restored 1913 Interurban Dining Car for a two-hour trip or just take a fun trip for an hour. Should you decide to bring your personal boat to Cape Charles, you can dock her at Cape Charles Harbor. You can find a lovely vacation home within walking distance of the marinas and spend your days cruising the bay.
Golfing is another delightful pastime that is available to guests of VRBO rentals. There are two wonderful golf courses in the area that were designed by golf pros, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus.
Virginia Vacation Equals Shopping by Cape Charles Condos
Take a walk into downtown Cape Charles from your beautifully decorated Cape Charles condos for a unique shopping experience. Boutiques, art galleries and local restaurants offer delights for the eyes and palette. Wine is available from the local wineries so you can bring home some of the delicious libations as a reminder of your time in Cape Charles. There are stores that cater to bargain hunters such as the factory outlet stores. However, if you want something that is truly Virginia-inspired, look to the local craft shops that display artwork or crafts. Another great find that you could come across on your trip to Cape Charles are the many antique shops or flea markets that dot the highways along the country roads.
If you wish to indulge in a true regional meal, try the Virginia country ham and grits at many of the restaurants in Cape Charles. Many of the eating establishments will serve their meals family-style so that no one leaves hungry. If you have any leftovers, you can keep them cool in the refrigerator at your condo to enjoy on your private balcony or patio the next day. Whether you want a five-course meal or your favorite comfort food, you won’t be disappointed in Cape Charles.