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 St. Augustine Beach reviews

  • Great!

    "The beach house was very nice, and close to everything. We all enjoyed our stay, thank you for being so kind."
    Guest: keith c. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 17, 2016
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  • Spectacular property right on the beach

    "We had a wonderful experience in this two bedroom and two bath condo. It was clean and nicely decorated and you can't see the beach from it but literally steps away, maybe 30 or 40 steps to a beautiful private beach. Parking right out the back door which made bringing luggage in and out easy. It has full security 24/7 including pass code at gate to return from the beach. The owners were delightful to deal with and great communicators. We would definately use this property again if staying in the area, about 15 min from the historical stuff and we were glad to not be staying in the busy touristy area."
    Guest: Janet L. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 30, 2016
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  • Great Condo and owners

    "We had four adults and one 3 year old for our group and this condo had plenty of room and was a great set up. Had a good view and a very short walk to the beach or the pool. The owners were super nice and accommodated very well and also it was the most supplied stays I have ever had on a vacation as far as kitchen supplies go and items you would need at the beach such as beach chairs, umbrella, beach toys and a corn-hole set. We were all very happy with our stay and highly recommend it for anyone visiting Saint Augustine because it is very close to the town without being so close you are in constant traffic. Thank you so much for having us and making us feel like we were at home!"
    Guest: Eric S. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 19, 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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