Charming, upgraded beach home for rent. Located in quiet residential North New Smyrna Beach (North Beach-Peninsula area) with very short walk to sandy beach and intracoastal waterway. No major highways to cross! Enjoy tropical sunrise and sunset views while walking or biking on the beach or along Peninsula Drive.
Great for vacation or weekend getaway. Twenty nminutes to Daytona Beach, 50 minutes to Orlando. Excellent local restaurants just minutes away.
Enjoy water sports such as surfing, ocean kayaking, or wind surfing. World class fishing charters nearby or enjoy surf casting from the beach or fishing in the intracoastal waterway.
Minimum three night stay.
Keywords: House, beach, vacation rental, NSB, New Smyrna Beach
New Smyrna Beach is consistently ranked in the top 10 of Florida's Best Beach Towns. Rich in history dating back to the exploration of Ponce de Leon in search of the fountain of youth, New Smyrna Beach is of the earliest settlements in the US (rivaling St Augustine just miles north on I95). This eclectic, cozy beach town is a great destination for family vacations, romantic getaways, girls/guys weekends, or seasonal living. Numerous activities are abound whether you choose to stay local and enjoy the great shops, restaurants, and bars on famous Flagler Avenue, or take day trips to Daytona International Speedway, Cape Canaveral, or Orlando for activities such as Disneyworld, Seaworld and Universal Studios, this location is central to it all. For those who enjoy outdoor activities, the Canaveral National Seashore, the Mosquito Lagoon, and the Indian River are home to some of the world's best sport fishing. If relaxation is your goal, the Beacon Beach House is located in a quite residential neighborhood with seashell roads and sounds of the surf crashing on the beach...a perfect backdrop for that novel you are reading. One of my favorites: brew a cup of coffee or tea and take a short walk to one of Florida's best beaches for spectacular sunrises (and moon rises) over the Atlantic Ocean. Bikes are provided to ride into town, or on the beach to the inlet for views of Ponce Inlet lighthouse, and sometimes, professional surfers surfing the break at one of the East Coast's top surfing spots.