Discover a selection of 191 vacation rentals in Bellevue, IA that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and kitchens. Prices start at $76 per night, and cabins and condos are popular options for a stay in Bellevue. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

On the waterfront in Bellevue

A small town that’s big on personality, Bellevue occupies less than 2 square miles beside the Mississippi River. Home to quaint residential neighborhoods and a riverfront walking path, Bellevue also boasts a charming main street with mom-and-pop shops and local eateries, and even a brewery. You’ll find a number of parks throughout town, as well as plenty of riverfront picnicking areas. Bellevue hosts community celebrations all year round, including rodeos, art festivals, and holiday events. With a Bellevue vacation rental, you can live like a local without quitting your day job.

Things to do

Bellevue – a great place to park

Occupying 473 blufftop acres above the Mississippi River, Bellevue State Park is home to walking trails, campsites, and even a butterfly garden. It also has a nature center, where nature lovers of all ages can learn about the local wildlife and ecosystems. Just 3 miles south of town, the Pleasant Creek Recreation Area features rustic scenery, as well as an island and a boat launch. A Bellevue vacation rental will put you a hop, skip, and a jump from the Mississippi River’s natural playgrounds.

Activities

It's always chime for a vacation in Bellevue

Boating and fishing are popular pastimes during the summer months, and you can find plenty of agencies to rent you everything from kayaks and canoes to speedboats and jetskis. History buff? You can check out a number of historic farms, factories, and private homes in and around Bellevue, many of them dating as far back as the early days of the settlers in the 1850s. The area’s parks offer unique perspectives on the river, while blufftop hiking trails and campsites are easy to find throughout the area.

Weather

Bellevue summers – born to be mild

Bellevue has a humid continental climate, which means summers are fairly mild, with highs in the 70s from June through September. The summer months are also the driest, though they do lean toward the muggy side, and you should pack your poncho as you could still get rained out by the occasional summer storm. Bellevue winters tend to be cold, wet, and snowy, and average highs are in the 30s between December and March. If you’re visiting in winter, consider a Bellevue vacation rental with a hot tub or a fireplace – anything to help beat the chilly plains winter.

Natural features

Bellevue – not bluffing about its bluffs

A scant 607 feet above sea level, Bellevue is located amid the low-lying plains of the Midwest. Much of the area is flat meadowland, but just south of town, you can visit the bluffs along the Mississippi River for their dramatic cliffs and panoramic views. The river itself is one of the region’s most striking geographic features, and you can explore the thriving ecosystems along its banks – species in and around the river include walleye, bass, and catfish, as well as several types of migratory birds.

How to get there

How to get to and around Bellevue

The nearest airport is in Dubuque, IA (DBQ-Dubuque Regional), located 17.4 mi (28 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Bellevue, IA?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 191 vacation rentals around Bellevue. From 8 cabin rentals to 15 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a resort property in Bellevue?

Eat like royalty, chill like a boss and indulge like never before. If that's your type of getaway, Vrbo has the keys to some first-rate escapes where you can do just that. Vrbo has 88 resort getaway rentals available. Alternatively, you may be searching for another type of setting. Vrbo has heaps of rental options to choose from, including:

  • 55 rural vacation rentals.
  • 19 golf-view vacation rentals.
  • 18 city-center vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house in Bellevue?

Our house vacation rentals are real properties for real travelers. Providing plenty of space to spread out, they're perfect for those who want to experience life like a local. There are 95 options currently listed on Vrbo. Prices start from $115 a night. If that doesn't agree with your posse's taste, we've got a range of different property types to choose from, such as:

  • Townhome: 42 vacation homes. Prices start from $100 per night.
  • Resort: 14 vacation homes. Prices start from $99 per night.
  • Villa: 7 vacation homes. Prices start from $138 per night.

Can I stay in Bellevue in a large group?

The recipe for a perfect vacation is unwinding with loved ones in a fantastic new place. If you're hitting the road with a big group, Vrbo has options for you. At the moment, townhome vacation homes are all the rage for large groups of visitors here, and we have 21 featured on our database. Rental properties around here that can cater for large groups include:

  • If yours is a party of 6, we've got 110 vacation homes suited to that size. Stay a night from just $100.
  • If you have 10 in your crew, you'll be thrilled to find out that there are 62 vacation homes that are perfect. You can book one for as little as $136 per night.
  • Going away with a group of 8? We've got 54 vacation homes that will be perfect. Prices start from $204 a night.

So don't fear! When you book with us you'll be able to bring your dad, your sister and all your pals to Bellevue.