- As low as $149/Week
- 2 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- Air conditioning
- Bed sheets provided
- Car not required
- Coffee/tea maker
- Deck or patio
- Fire extinguisher
- Hair dryer
- Ice maker
- In the city center
- Iron/ironing board
- Near a hospital
- No pets allowed
- Onsite parking options include a garage
- Property does not allow children
- Smoke detector
- Smoke-free property
- Towels provided
- TV with cable/satellite service
- Washing machine and dryer
- WiFi available
About this PropertyNew to the rental market! This completely refreshed three floor unit is located at 15 Horlbeck Alley, right between historic King and Meeting Streets, a block north of Queen Street and a block south of Market. Although there is parking for two cars in a covered garage, you won't need them. Savor being within walking distance to countless restaurant possibilities, cultural venues, shopping, art galleries, etc. You can't find a better location! (Units are for a minimum of 30 days)
Money Saving Rental Tips
- Find the tourism bureau in the area you wish to travel. Many official tourism bureaus will offer you promotional guides with promotions for accommodations, dining and attractions. Keep an eye out for these books and coupon books, since this allows vacationers to enjoy those wonderful activities at a frequently substantial discounted.
- Are your travel dates flexible? The off-peak seasons typically offer amazing rates on weekly rentals.
- Are you a military veteran? Several management companies provide rate reductions to veterans and active-duty forces. Be sure to check with property manager to see if your vacationing group qualifies for a price reduction.
- Is there a certain experience you are mainly longing for ? You'll get the most value from a rental that most thoroughly matches your ideal holiday setting, even if it costs a bit extra.
- Consider getting trip insurance with your lease contract. Trip insurance, which usually costs anywhere between 1% - 5% of the base vacation rental rate, offers visitors reimbursement of their trip costs for any nights missed as a result of personal health related emergencies or weather, as well as ensuing extra hurricane evacuation costs or charges, such as an unforeseen hotel stay or additional gas.
How to Book a Rental Home
Some people are shocked to discover the number of vacation rentals are located in Charleston area. Rental homes are gaining in popularity among vacationers, and visitors will find that the sheer number of properties available makes it possible to find an ideal retreat to suit their Charleston area gang, from quiet condos to grand event homes with several bedrooms.
Rental homes are commonly owner operated or managed by rental management companies. Property management companies are liked by owners because they manage the advertising and operations..
We have assembled a brief guide to assist you in getting most out of your rental property experience.
Searching for and reserving the best rental home:
Before you book "Downtown Gem in Charleston's Historic District", review our brief list of factors to consider.
The Sooner, The Better
Like many renowned vacation spots, In Charleston area the best rental homes are booked very early. For the greatest selection, start your planning and search Six-12 months before your vacation. A lot of families decide to begin their search during Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holiday gatherings.
Settle on your Place and Vacation Week
Agreement can be tough between members of the family, but the moment this tricky part is finished everything will start to drop in place.
Just How Many Bedrooms?
How many relatives are planning to share your trip? Remember that a lot of properties advertise maximum guest capacity, which usually includes sofa beds in the home's living room. You'll need to figure out what is most appropriate for the family. Generally vacation home listings will summarize each of the unit's specific bedrooms and beds.
Stick to a Budget
Will your preferred rental property suit your budget during that choice Summer week? If multiple groups or families are sharing the cost, check that each group understands their obligations and has agreed to a maximum they are willing to pay. Generally, one person in the group will be responsible for making the full reservation and recovering each party's contribution.
Compose a list of "Preferences" and "Requirements"
What home features is the family interested in? Do you just want a vacation rental with a pool, jacuzzi or volleyball court? Will the property need to be beach front, in the downtown area, or near night life? Will the rental have bikes and beach toys available for use as part of your stay? Make a list of "needs and preferences" from your company to help narrow your search to the perfect home.
Do a few people in your group have special needs? If wheel chair entry, elevators, pool lifts or other special equipment is required, include that into your search. Most vacation home postings include a list of amenities.
Are you or other members of the crew travelling with a pet dog? Animal friends are welcome at a number of rental homes, but guidelines differ. Many limitations may possibly eliminate a prospective rental. Make sure you read agreements and contracts carefully. Additional charges may apply when pets are added. When in doubt, ask the property manager and get it in writing.
Its Time to Search
Once the place, time and guests are decided, search multiple sources for the best rental selection. Together with Homeaway, VRBO and Tripadvisor, we advise searching Google for "Charleston area local rental homes" for local vacation home management companies. Apart from offering exceptional rental properties, local agencies offer you superb service..
Re-read the description to confirm the vacation rental has everything required. If it is lacking, the vacation rental management company might know of very similar homes that better suit your desires and budget..
Some rental owners will negotiate rates, and some won't. If the price isn't negotiable, the number of nights may be. The off-season offers your greatest chance to make a deal for a lower rate.
Read the Entire Contract
Discover which of the following is included in your quoted rate:
- Long Distance Phone Service
- Pool and hot tub heating
- Cable and pay-per-view TV
- Cleaning Service
- Trash Pickup (and which day?)
- Maintenance (get a phone number)
- Check in & Check Out Key Exchange
- Parking Fees
In addition to the regular price, guests must pay local taxes when booking "Downtown Gem in Charleston's Historic District", in addition to various other fees that may be required based upon their situation, including a dog charge, earlier check-in or late check-out fee, or a pool heater fee for private swimming pool usage during the fall or spring months.
Ensure you understand the cancellation policy prior to reserving. You will probably be offered trip insurance. Trip insurance protects the renter against emergency situations and weather events, It offers relief should disaster strike.
Complete the Reservation
When everything looks correct, it's finally time for you to sign a rental agreement. Keep in mind that most rental contracts require a substantial rental down payment and/or security deposit to protect the home owner.
Know Who to Call
Put the property manager's contact information into your phone and wallet for quick access to answers during your visit.
Congrats! All that is left is enjoying your visit!
During your Stay
- Take pictures at your arrival. Take notes of any damage immediately after you arrive. We also advise immediately getting in touch with the rental manager with a report of any damages, along with your request for any needed fixes. If there is a disagreement about responsibility later, having the documented problems and communication attempts will be incredibly helpful.
- You may need instructions for a gas fireplace, Television or spa tub. Call your home manager. They are there to assist. A quick phone call avoids many head aches.
- Make sure to be a good neighbor. Local people will probably be as friendly to you as you are respectful of them. Remember the golden rule and treat others the same way you'd like to be treated by visitors next to your primary residence.
- Ask a local. Local people are a terrific source of advice.
- Enjoy your stay! Be sure to protect the owner (and your stuff!) by keeping the vacation rental locked up when you are away, exactly like you would at home.
- Confirm that you've packed everything. Examine drawers, bath cabinetry and closets.
- When your things are all out, begin a walk-through of the rental home to verify no damage occurred during your remain. If at all possible, do this walk-out review with the property manager present. If the property manager is not available, make sure to take photos of the property to record its condition.
- Did you love your rental? Most property management companies and rental websites permit renters to provide reviews. If the vacation rental and/or property manager was excellent, they will appreciate your positive reviews. If anything went wrong, we advise being understanding but straightforward with regards to your experience. The best owners and managers will work hard to correct the situation.
Learn and Improve
Hold a meeting with the members of your group. Did everyone have a great time? If everything was fantastic, next year's trip planning is going to be painless. If not, you have acquired valuable rental search experience that will help with your next search.
Tricks and tips for the optimal vacation property experience:
Getting the most from your spending budget:
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- Book your vacation home as soon as possible. Rental schedules generally become available 12 months in advance (or in September just after Summer ends). Many groups book their Summer rentals during holiday gatherings. Reserve before these holidays for best selection.
- Active Duty and veterans of the US Armed forces may qualify for special discounts. Be sure to ask your prospective property manager or host whether your group qualifies for a reduced rate.
- Booking websites frequently offer customers an option to add trip insurance protection. Trip insurance, which commonly costs 1% - 5% of the booking price, offers visitors reimbursement of their vacation costs for days missed as a result of personal medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as ensuing additional evacuation costs, such as an unexpected hotel stay or additional fuel. Trip insurance can be a a welcome relief if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your host for more information.
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- Select vacation week and max budget.
- Decide how many bedrooms and the bed configuration you need.
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- Suitable accessibility amenities can make or break a vacation for the less-mobile. .
- If your family is bringing pets, you'll need to search for a pet-friendly vacation rental. Make sure to ask for information on breed, size, and type requirements. Note that some property owners charge pet deposits and fees.
Advice for a smooth stay:
- Add the property manager's phone number to your smartphone. Print and take a copy of arrival/departure procedures.
- To during check in, and immediately contact the host. We specifically recommend e-mails and text messages, as they usually contain time stamps that can be helpful if a dispute arises.
- Ask questions. You may need instructions for a garage door opener, television set or kitchen appliance. Contact your property manager. They are there to help! A brief text message prevents many issues.
- Respect your neighbors. Often, adjacent homes are filled by local residents. Respecting late-night noise limits and parking policies can make a stay significantly more pleasurable.
- To expand on our last point... Ask a local resident! Neighbors can often help. Who better to ask where to see a beautiful sunrise or sunset, have a great night on the town, or the best spots for BBQ?
- Keep your rental home locked while you're away! Don't let thieves ruin your holiday.
- Upon check-out, take a walk-through to confirm you have not forget any personal items. Remember to check dressers, closets, and bathrooms for hidden items. Clean the refrigerator and take or dispose of leftovers.
- Record a video to document the condition of the property.
- Did your family have a great stay? Most rental managers make it easy for guests to provide reviews. If your rental property and/or host was wonderful, they always love to hear your praise. If anything was imperfect and they failed to fix it within reason, or if the vacation rental wasn't as described, you'll want to make it a point as part of your comments.
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