Tybee Island condo rentals for every type of vacation

Rich in history and natural beauty, Tybee Island off the coast of Georgia has been a seaside haven for more than 200 years. After the Civil War, residents of genteel mainland Savannah began to escape to Tybee Island to get away from the heat and hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy the cool sea breezes from the porches of their cottages. Today, visiting the island is like stepping back into a more relaxed time, where you can while away the days sipping a mint julep by the beach, and linger over modern interpretations of Southern cooking by night.

Family-friendly Tybee Island condos

With 3 ocean beaches on the Atlantic and 2 riverside beaches, there are plenty of waterside areas from which to pick your perfect spot in the sun. If you choose South Beach, you’ll find plenty of action for the whole family: there are gift shops, ice cream parlors, and frequent concerts at the Tybee Pier & Pavilion. With gentle waves and lifeguards on duty, this is also an ideal place to spend on the water with smaller children. You can find a variety of family-friendly Tybee Island condo rentals, whether your tastes run to bright decor in a renovated cottage close to a playground, or a corner unit in a low-rise overlooking the beach. Fully stocked kitchens, DVD players, beach toys, washers and dryers, and bicycles are among the amenities you may find in a family-friendly condo rental on Tybee Island.

Pet-friendly Tybee Island condo rentals

If you’re one of those people who considers your pet to be more of a family member than many 2-legged ones, Tybee Island may be an ideal destination for you. More than 14 sidewalk cafes, pizzerias, and other restaurants allow and even welcome dogs to dine. There’s a dog park and even a watersports rental company that not only accommodates pets, but provides life jackets for your canine buddy as well. Feel like soaking up a bit of local history? Bring Fido along to Fort Pulaski and explore its hiking trails and historic military architecture. Many pet-friendly rentals are within blocks or right on the beach, and close to iconic local destinations such as the popular Sugar Shack. Fenced-in yards and screened porches not only provide privacy and cooling breezes, they are also great for when you bring pets along.

Tybee Island condo rentals for romantic vacations

Whether you’re celebrating a lifetime of togetherness or are looking for the ideal spot to pop the question, Tybee Island provides the backdrop to the ultimate Technicolor romance. Dine with your love on oysters and champagne at a beachside bistro, or pack a picnic to enjoy on quiet North Beach after a visit to the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum. Watch dolphins frolic from your 2-person kayak, or simply spend a long, luxurious soak in your hot tub while catching the evening breeze. Bring back fresh seafood and local wine from a shop downtown and fix a romantic dinner for 2 in your kitchen.Your rental may include touches like beach chairs and an umbrella tucked into the front closet for a peaceful morning on the beach. Many have private hot tubs and balconies with ocean views, while others offer beach access.

Tybee Island vacation home rentals for large groups

Traveling solo can be fun, but sometimes, you’re in a mood to gather a huge group of your closest friends together and get away for a good time. Whether it’s the gang from college or a reunion of buddies from your hometown, Tybee Island has plenty of options for rentals that are large enough to gather multiple families under a single roof. Some rentals feature more than 1 room with a king-sized bed, which is great when you have several couples staying together, as well as bedrooms with 2 or more bunk beds. Pool areas at these rentals offer large-group amenities such as multiple deck chairs, docks, swim-up bars, and outdoor kitchens. Kitchens have place settings for large groups, while several dining areas allow for adults and kids to eat at the same time but in various groupings. Teens will probably enjoy the game rooms, with foosball tables and flat-screen TVs.