About this Property
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Approximately 885 SQUARE_FEET
- Non-smoking property
- Pets welcome (restrictions apply)
Feel next level living at one of Charleston’s newest luxury apartment communities designed to offer you modern, modren, and energy efficient apartment homes. The Ashley is located in West Ashley, 7 miles from The Citadel, 7 miles from The Citadel Daniel Museum, as well as 7 miles from The Citadel Archives and Museum! The Ashley is a phenomenal place for couples, kids, elderly, traveling professional, or for a vacation! Savor the great amenities that The Ashley has to offer such as the outdoor pool, patio, complimentary parking, complimentary High-Speed Wi-Fi, tv with Netflix, washer & dryer & more! Master bedroom has a comfortable queen size bed and so does the sleeper couch! We look forward to hosting your stay!
About the Area
This apartment is located in West Ashley, a neighborhood in Charleston. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Angel Oak Tree and Marion Square, while Gullah Geechee Exhibit & Borough Project and Charleston Music Hall are cultural highlights. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park or TD Arena. Spend some time exploring the area's activities, including outlet shopping.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
- Pets allowed
Tricks and tips to get the optimal vacation home experience:
Get the best rental value:
- Booking your Charleston area vacation rental in Fall or Spring is one of our best tips for saving money on your rental home. Rates are lower, and you'll find a better selection of desirable homes. Many vacationers use this method to reserve larger homes, or to reserve a beach front rental that would otherwise be unavailable or unaffordable during the Summer months.
- The earlier your group can book a vacation rental, the better your selection will be. The most desirable rental homes are booked early. Booking your rental home 6-12 months before your travel dates is recommended. Holidays such as Christmas and Thanksgiving are excellent times to search for and reserve your rental property.
- Property management companies sometimes offer discounts for veterans. Make sure to check with your host or property manager to see if special offers are available for your group.
- Booking websites frequently offer their guests an option to buy vacation insurance. Trip insurance, which generally will cost you anywhere between 1% - 5% of the stay price, offers visitors reimbursement of costs for any missed vacation time as a result of personal medical-related issues or weather, as well as ensuing additional evacuation charges, such as an unexpected hotel or additional fuel expenses. Trip insurance can be a a welcome relief if the unforeseen happens. Ask your host for specifics.
- Find a copy of your local Charleston area visitors guide magazine upon arrival. If your rental home doesn't have a copy, you can find them at local grocery stores and visitor centers. In addition to great local stories, visitor guides have coupons for nearby attractions, tours, restaurants, and shops.
Selecting and booking the right Charleston area rental home:
- Start by selecting your vacation dates and a budget.
- Determine how many bedrooms and the configuration you need. The Ashley has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. If you need a larger or smaller rental, use our rentals search.
- Specific details about bedrooms and bed counts is generally available online. Otherwise, email or call the property manager before you book the rental. Note that most property listings specify the max. guest capacity, which frequently includes sofa beds and bunks. You will need to determine which bed configuration is optimal for your vacation group.
- Visiting for a single attraction? Try a map search to browse nearby rentals.
- Suitable accessibility amenities can make or break a vacation for guests that require the use of a wheelchair. Confirm all necessary amenities are available before booking.
- Are you traveling with furry, four-legged family members? Although a number of vacation homes allow pets or animals, guidelines and costs vary per property. Type of pet, size and breeds may be limited. Remember to ask your host before booking, and study your agreement thoroughly! Additional pet fees or could be applied to your contract.
Advice for your stay:
- Be sure you get the property manager's contact number and entry/exit procedures for your rental home.
- Upon arrival, record any damages to the property and immediately alert the owner. Record all coorespondence.
- Ask questions. You may want instructions for a fireplace, stereo or appliance. Contact your host. They are there to help! A brief text message prevents lots of concerns.
- Respecting quiet hours and parking rules can make a stay more pleasurable. Be a good neighbor. You will enhance your chance to make some new local friends, and resident neighbors can be a great resource to find the best local restaurants, beaches, and hangouts.
- Don't forget to... Ask a local resident! Neighbors can typically help you find the best spots in town. Who better to ask where to see a beautiful sunrise or sunset, have a great night out, or the best spots for fine dining?
- Keep your rental home locked while you are away! Don't let crooks ruin your vacation.
- Just before checking out, take a final walk-through to make sure you didn't leave anything behind. Re-check bathrooms, garages, and back yards for hidden items. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take any leftovers home.
- Document the condition of the property at check-out. We recommend taking a video during your final walk-through.
- Remember to leave feedback! Hosts rely on excellent ratings to propel more reservations. They'll be grateful for your review. Alternatively, if something wasn't right, other families will be thankful you shared your review find their best vacation rental. Please be fair with your feedback If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the property manager had any control over the issue, and if so, whether they responded reasonably to remedy it.