About this Property
- Sleeps 8
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Private vacation home
- Approximately 1450 SQUARE_FEET
- Non-smoking property
- Pets welcome (restrictions apply)
- No children allowed
This is a appealing Charleston home that welcomes you for your business or enjoyment getaway. Walk into the living room that provides semi-open space to kitchen and dining rooms. Dining room exits to the deck that is in a attractively landscaped backyard providing shade with one of Charleston's elegant oak trees. Down the hall you will find 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Master bedroom has king size bed and en suite. Bedroom 1 has 2 twin beds and bedroom 3 has a full size bed. The 4th bedroom is a FLEX room with a pull out Queen sleeper couch. Laundry room is equipped with washer and dryer off the kitchen area.
About the Area
This vacation home is located in West Ashley, a neighborhood in Charleston. Port of Charleston Cruise Terminal and Harborage at Ashley Marina are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historical Park and Marion Square. Traveling with kids? Consider Charleston Museum and South Carolina Aquarium. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
- Pets not allowed
Tricks and tips to get the perfect rental home experience:
Sticking to a rental budget:
- Reserving a rental home in the Spring or Fall is a good way to save on your rental home. Rental rates are lower, and you'll find a larger selection of desirable homes. Many vacationers use this method to reserve larger homes, or to book a beach front vacation rental that would otherwise be unaffordable during the high season. Speaking of the off-season, don't overlook the holidays for a Charleston area vacation! Who wouldn't love a holiday vacation on the coast? Thanksgiving and Christmas are great times to gather with loved ones at the beach.
- Reserve your vacation home as soon as possible. Rental schedules often become available 12 months in advance (or in September just after the Summer season ends). Many families book their Summer vacations during holiday gatherings. Reserve before these holidays for best selection.
- Some property management companies offer discounts or promotional rates for veterans and active duty military. Check with your host or property manager to see if special offers are available for your group before you book.
- Booking websites typically offer renters an option to buy vacation insurance protection. Trip insurance, which commonly costs anywhere between 1% - 5% of the stay price, offers visitors reimbursement of their vacation costs for any missed trip time as a result of personal medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as evacuation costs, such as an unanticipated hotel overnight or extra gas expenses. Trip insurance is definitely a welcome relief if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your host for additional information.
- Look for your local Charleston area area magazine when you check-in. If your rental property doesn't have one, you can find them at local grocery stores and visitor centers. In addition to great information, visitor guides contain coupons for local tours and attractions.
Use filters to search efficiently:
- Start by choosing a vacation week and a budget.
- Decide how many bedrooms and the bed configuration your group needs. Charming Executive Home has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. If you need a larger or smaller rental, use our rentals search.
- Precise descriptions of bedrooms and bed counts is almost always accessible online. If you don't see them listed, email or call the property owner before you reserve the home. Note that most listings specify the maximum guest capacity, which frequently includes sofa beds and bunks. You'll need to determine what configuration is suitable for your family.
- If there's a specific Charleston area attraction you crave, browse properties that are either near by, or those that cater especially to your needs.
- Suitable accessibility can make or ruin a vacation for guests with disabilities. Make certain to inquire about wheel chair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment needs.
- If your family is vacationing with pets, you'll need to search for a property that allows animals. Request details on breed, size, and type requirements. Be aware that some hosts charge pet deposits and fees.
Some things to know before you go:
- Review check in & check out procedures before traveling. Take a printed copy, and save the instructions to your smartphone.
- Make a record of any damages to the property during check in, and immediately send them to the host. We especially recommend e-mails and text messages, as they usually contain built-in time stamps that are valuable if damages are assessed.
- Hosts are there to help! Don't be shy to ask questions before, during, or after your stay.
- Be a good neighbor! You wouldn't like obnoxious visitors disrupting your home life. Use the golden rule for best judgement. If they like you, locals might even recommend great beaches and attractions you would have never otherwise known!
- Don't forget to... Ask a local! Local residents can usually help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to charter a fishing boat, have a great night on the town, or the best spots for BBQ?
- Lock your rental while you are out and about. Protect your property!
- Upon check-out, complete a final walk-through to confirm you didn't leave anything behind. Remember to check dressers, closets, and bathrooms for hidden treasure. Clean the refrigerator and take or dispose of leftovers.
- Record a video to document the condition of the property.
- After your trip, leave feedback! Property managers rely on excellent ratings to compel future reservations. They'll be thankful for your review. Alternatively, if something went wrong, other vacationers will appreciate that you share your experience find their best rental home. Please be objective. If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the owner could control the issue, and if so, whether they responded quickly to remedy it.
- The Citadel - 2.7 miles
- Johnson Hagood Stadium - 2.9 miles
- Hampton Park - 2.9 miles
- City Marina - 3.3 miles
- Brittlebank Park - 3.4 miles
- William Aiken House - 3.9 miles
- Charleston Museum - 4.0 miles
- Marion Square - 4.0 miles