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Recent St. Augustine Beach reviews

  • Great

    "Condo was convienant to everything and very clean. Short walk to beach. Quiet development"
    Guest: melanie w. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • PERFECT Beach House

    "This home is immaculate! Perfect location just a short walk to the beach (less than a block.) There are several restaurants within walking distance, also. We ate a late lunch at Mango Mango and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. A couple of our kids grabbed food from the Taco Stand and really enjoyed it. Our family stayed here while attending a beach wedding, and we were beyond pleased with the house. All the beds were comfortable. The kitchen is equipped with all high-end appliances (although I didn't get a chance to use the stove!) Each floor has a spacious balcony with seating, where the adults enjoyed sitting outside while the kids napped within earshot. Plenty of room to spread out for three couples with young children. Every single amenity is provided for indoor or outdoor use. Pool toys, beach toys, boogie boards, chairs, beach towels for the pool and beach. Plenty of room to park two cars in the garage, also! Pool area is nice; although I would consider it small for a large group if there are older kids. Our children were seven and younger, so pool size wasn't an issue. The pool was almost completely shaded by trees and house, so if you want to sunbathe you'll need to go to the beach. It was perfect for us, though! Plenty of pool toys and seating. The Owners were very responsive, answering questions via email within minutes. The property management company was AMAZING! We stopped on our way into town and were greeted by a cheerful smile. We asked if we could park at the house while we went to the beach until check in time and were pleasantly surprised when the home was ready. Totally unexpected; and we were so appreciative. We completely enjoyed our stay and hope to stay again in this beautiful home!"
    Guest: Karen S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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  • Great Neighborhood Close to the Beach

    "Overall, we had a wonderful vacation at Playa Haus. The decks are comfortable at all hours of the day and the house's location can't be beaten. The walk to St Augustine's gorgeous beach was an easy one. Our dogs loved their long twice-daily walks along the water. The downstairs apartment worked well for us when we had company. They appreciated the privacy and the separate entrance. It was an easy ride to get into the city while being close to several good restaurants in the beach area. Our dinner at the Ice Plant at the distillery, lunches at Aunt Kate's and breakfast at Georgie's Diner were all great. We loved both the Wednesday and the Saturday farmers markets along A-1-A. While the house was comfortable, there are some suggestions we would make. Our first evening in the house was cool. We could only find one throw on the main floor. Later we located a comforter on the lower level. There should be some light blankets available when the bed covers are not enough. The kitchen was more than well-supplied with dishes, cooking utensils and glassware. In fact it was so well-stocked that there was no room for groceries. Perhaps the cabinets could be thinned out a bit to mke room for renters' purchases. Renters with sensitivity to scents would also appreciate detergents and dish liquid that are unscented. We rented a couple of DVD's from the red Box at Walgreens, but we couldn't figure out how to use the DVD/Bluray player in the living room. Maybe the owners could write out instructons on using the player that may be different from the ones renters are used to. I probably sound a little negative in this review. I just want the owner to consider ways to make his/her renters even more comfortable. The house was cute, clean and nicely decorated. In fact, we have already booked the house for our vacation next year."
    Guest: Janet H. Date of Stay: February 2016 Review Submitted: March 31, 2016
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  • If you're considering booking, do it!

    "Staying at Ebb Tide for my 10 year anniversary was such a lovely and unique experience. Laurie was always very quick to respond to any questions or concerns and she was incredibly kind and accommodating. You are literally walking distance from the beach, and just a stone's throw from the bridge to the beach. It takes about 15 minutes to get to downtown Saint Augustine, which felt very fast with the beautiful scenery of the bridge. It took us about 2-5 minutes to get there and it's a pretty private walk. The beach is absolutely gorgeous and pretty private, and we went while it was cloudy and sometimes rainy! Laurie provides beach chairs and umbrellas under the car port, but you might want to bring your own since they're a bit rusted. Word of warning: Don't take your beach umbrella to the beach if the winds are high -- it will invert! lol The house itself reminds me a lot of the Keys (as does Saint Augustine Beach in general), old with charm and well-kept. You might also want to bring your own beach and bath towels as the ones provided are a bit thin and rough. Also, be careful stepping in and out of the shower, as they are not at the same level -- I almost tripped on my way out the first time lol. There is a very convenient fenced-in yard accessible from the master bedroom, and a second bedroom with bunkbeds and twin beds. Having a washer and dryer available at a beach rental is very useful. The access from the carport was one of my favorite features as well, since it gives privacy and covers you if it's raining. I think the pictures don't do the house justice; the main living area is actually much bigger than it appears in the pictures, and was definitely my favorite "spot" to hang out in the house. The neighborhood felt very safe and beachy. There is some construction going on at a nearby house, but you won't hear any noises or be bothered by it at all. You may have trouble planning your trip since you'll find you want to stay on the island a lot, but also go downtown a lot! There were so many things to do. As for restaurants on the actual island, I think SaltLife Food Shack was a bit overrated, but Sunset Grille was excellent, as was a French bakery called Les Petit Pleasures (order the Spinach and Cheese on a croissant and any crepe!), which looks not-so-great from the outside but is truly a hidden gem. Also, Beachcomber was a pleasant surprise -- the carrot cake is amazing! We will definitely be back! Thanks again for everything Laurie!"
    Guest: Rachel Y. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 7, 2016
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