Galveston Cottage Rental Photos and Description
1 bedroom, 1 bath, sleeps 4-6
Little house, big history! This charming cottage was built in 1890 and managed to survive the Great Hurricane of 1900 when many in the area did not, and has also survived numerous other powerful storms including Hurricane Ike in 2008. It has under gone a complete renovation and is now ready for your wonderful and relaxing Galveston vacation. Located just 21/2 blocks from the Seawall, Beachy Keen offers a comfy, put your feet up kind of vibe. The colors and decor are what you would expect in a little house by the sea. It has charm to spare but also boasts all the modern conveniences needed for today's travelers. A fully stocked kitchen and in-house washer/dryer offers you the option of a low key vacation with everything you need at your fingertips. However, if action and sightseeing are on your agenda, then you are in the right spot. Many of the islands restaurants and attractions are nearby. Whatever your pleasure, make Beachy Keen Beach Pad your home away from home!
Additional information: All beach equipment provided including chairs, umbrellas and beach towels. Chair hammocks available for relaxing under the deck. A Graco bassinet is provided for infant or toddler sleeping. (Please follow directions and make sure set-up is done correctly before placing child in bassinet.) Property is fully fenced.
Attractions and restaurants: Property is conveniently located to The Strand, museums, cruise ship wharf, Moody Gardens, Schlitterbahn Waterpark, Mardi Gras parade route and many of the island's best restaurants.
Attention Please Read!!!: All amenities provided at Beach Keen Beach Pad are for your comfort, convenience and entertainment. Please use responsibly, follow all directions, obey local laws, and monitor children at all times. Also, please scoop after your pets. Thank you.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
I live in Houston, TX and have been a flight attendant for 32 years. I inherited an interest in real estate from my father and after taking over his business I have been able to expand into Galveston. Since my desire is to live in Galveston full time in the future, I thoroughly enjoy spending my spare time on the island. Waking up to the sounds and smell of the Gulf of Mexico is not a bad place to be!
I have had a love of old houses since childhood and have renovated several in the last 15 years. While some would look upon an old beat up, boarded window house with horror, I see history and stories from the past. Bringing it up to date is a joy and a chance to keep Galveston's past alive.