3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 8
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Downfall of going by online pictures and descriptions
Think they could have provided more supplies, had to buy our own bathroom paper, could have been more bath towels and wash cloths, really couldn't tell online just how crowded houses were, best part of place was gazebo and deck
The house was perfect. Short easy walk to the beach. The house was so cute and clean. We would definitely stay here again.
Great cottage! Very clean and cute! Short walk to the beach!
30th anniversary trip
We loved this quaint little place in paradise They have worked to maintain the integrity of the historical value of the property, while adding modern improvements and not losing the beach charm. We regret not spending more time here during our coastal adventure. This sweet place was very clean; we were well in formed of where and how to check in and check out.
I highly recommend this lil place in paradise.
Our favorite place on Tybee!
This is the second time we have stayed in this house, but it will certainly not be the last! The house is so cute and comfortable and such an easy walk to the beach. The neighborhood is quiet, and the house was well stocked. We loved enjoying the breeze on the back deck, and the fenced-in yard was perfect for our beagle. Thank you, Ted, for another great trip!
Super cute cottage and very clean! We enjoyed our stay very much and would definitely come back! Great location also, everything is within walking distance!
Just a half-block to the south of Lighthouse Cottage is a large park with a stream, gazebo, and park benches. To get to the beach from Lighthouse Cottage you walk past 3 cottages (a short block) and the beach is a half-block to the right, the lighthouse is a half-block to the left, and Fort Screven museum is a half-block straight ahead.
The museum is where all of Tybee Island's parades begin. Easily the most popular parade is the Beach Bum Parade --- an audience participation parade --- usually held the weekend before Memorial Day weekend. All the floats are equipped with barrels of water so that people on the floats can fire water at the spectators --- and the spectators shoot water back at the floats (and any other target at hand). For more civilized entertainment there is the Savannah Film Festival in late October and the many art galleries resulting from the growing renown of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). [On the Google map, 'Gulick St' is a parking lot.]