3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths with views of the beach.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Absolutely loved it!
Super nice house and the perfect location! Very peaceful and a short walk to the beach. Also just a short drive to downtown Bay St Louis. We enjoyed our stay very much and would definitely love to go back!
Our family thoroughly enjoyed the accommodations and the location of our house. It was a beautiful setting and I can't say enough about the screened in back porch!
Great place-plenty of room for our annual 4th of July celebration!
Recent visit was great. Walked to the beach daily. It rained each evening but that didn’t stop our family from finishing our corn hole tournament as we were able to take advantage of the downstairs covered area. Get place to hang out!! Can see us coming back soon!!
Beautiful home. Beach was perfect.
Beautiful, Secluded, and Comfortable
This house sits in a great location - scenic view, yet back far enough to feel like a private property. Everything was very clean and updated. We highly recommend this house!
Great location, clean and inviting.
House has plenty of parking space and is a very short drive to two public boat launches. The screened and oak-shaded porch is perfect for the morning coffee and checking beach conditions. Glad I chose it.
Mississippi's West Coast, Hancock County is a pleasure seeker's paradise, characterized by diversity.
Serious sophistication in a rural setting, cultural arts in all disciplines, inspiring environment and a recreational Mecca for the sporting enthusiast and fabulous food are all on the Mississippi West Coast palette of pleasure.
Fox News Rated our next-door neighbor Bay St. Louis #3 in their top 10 of America's coolest small towns 2013 and said:
Why we love it: Everybody loves a comeback, and Bay St. Louis has come roaring back from Hurricane Katrina (which made final landfall near this Mississippi Gulf hamlet in 2005). Its Historic Old Town has been chugging along for 300 years (French Canadian explorers first sailed into the bay in 1699), drawing visitors to its warm beaches, first-rate fishing, and friendly vibe.
What to do: When a town boasts a street called Beach Boulevard, you know you don't have to look far for fun. If you have trouble finding the beach (you won't), take Main Street straight to the water. Take your own walking tour of 19th-century homes, Creole cottages, and art galleries (the scene is especially lively on Second Saturday Artwalk). Hungry? Try the Mockinburger at Mockingbird Café (it started as a cantina to serve Katrina volunteers).