- As low as $1,200 - $3,425/Week
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 12
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- Air Conditioning
- Clothes Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
- Washing Machine
- Children Welcome
- Max. Occupancy: 12
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Non Smoking Only
- Pets Considered
- Coffee Maker
About the Location
- 5 Beach Chairs
- Deck / Patio
- Outdoor Grill
Pool & Spa
- Hot Tub
- Private Pool
About this Property
Appreciate smooth beach access from the delight of this corner lot location. A brief walk to the Outer Banks beach and just mins. from area shopping, and the family pet is welcome, too!
Level 1: Game room (QSS) with TV/ VCR; half bath; access to gated pool and hot tub.
Level 2: Bedroom (Queen) with TV & outdoor space access; Bedroom (Queen) with TV & outdoor space access; full bath; Bedroom (2 Bunk beds) with TV & outdoor space access; Bedroom with (2 Twins) with TV; full hall bath.
Level 3: Master Bedroom (Queen) w/TV; kitchen; living room with TV/VCR and DVD player, raised living area with additional seating, wood burning fire place and great sea vistas off the L3 side decking; dining area; half bath; screened porch.
Money Saving Rental Tips
- Search for the tourism bureau where you want to visit. Most tourism bureaus supply promotional travel guide books with special offers for lodging, restaurants and attractions. These guides can provide a great start to your rental home search.
- Prefer to avoid the crowds of people? Off-season rates are usually a fraction of peak fees.
- A number of property management companies and owners offer special discounts for active duty and veteran men and women of the U.S. Military, or returning visitors of the same vacation home. Make sure to ask vacation rental company to see if your vacationing group qualifies for a rate reduction.
- Is there a certain activity you are mainly anticipating ? You will definitely get the most value from a rental which most closely matches your ideal vacation setting, regardless if it costs a tad bit more.
- Consider purchasing trip insurance along with your lease contract. Trip insurance, which generally costs between 1% - 5% of the base vacation rental cost, offers visitors reimbursement of their travel expenses for any nights missed a result of medical-related emergencies or weather, and additionally ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs or expenses, such as an unplanned hotel room stay or extra gas.
The Rental Process
You might be surprised to learn how many rental properties are available at your destination. 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 getaway to suit their Hertford group, from tranquil condominiums to huge event homes with several bedrooms.
Virtually all rental homes in Hertford are privately operated and many are represented by established local rental management companies. Property owners frequently select management companies to manage advertising and marketing, cleaning and maintenance tasks.
Here are some ideas and tactics to help you navigate the vacation home search and booking process.
How to find and book a great vacation home:
Do you think "Salty Dog - Pet Friendly and Close to the Beach!" is the perfect rental property for your upcoming getaway? Read this checklist to make sure it fits your preferences.
The Sooner You Begin, The Better The Choices
Like many desirable hot spots, In Hertford the best vacation rentals are booked very early. To get the best selection, begin your planning and search Six-Twelve months prior to your trip. A lot of visitors plan to begin their search over Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Eve holiday gatherings.
Pick your Area and Vacation Week
Sometimes, the hardest part of preparing for your trip is choosing where to search, and when. Once the big decisions are resolved, the rest becomes easier.
Pick a Size
Keep a list of attendees. How many beds and bedrooms will you be needing? Consider that many vacation rentals advertise maximum guest capacity, which typically includes sofa beds in the living room space. You'll need to figure out what is most appropriate for the party. Most rental listings will describe each one of the unit's specific bedrooms and beds.
Stay on a Budget
Does your chosen rental property fit your budget during that choice Summer week? If many individuals or family members are sharing the cost, check that everyone understands their responsibility and has approved a maximum they are willing to chip in. Most rental agreements require a single person to be in charge of the full reservation.
Its All About Amenities
What amenities is your group looking for? Are you looking for a rental home with open-air kitchen? Will the unit need to be oceanfront, in the downtown area, or close to shopping? Are sheets offered with the rental, or will you need to bring your own? Gather a list of prioritized "necessities and preferences" from your group to help narrow your search to the most appropriate property.
Accessibility and Special Factors to consider
Optimal accessibility could make or ruin a visit for the less-mobile. Make certain to remember and inquire about wheel chair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment requirements..
Make sure you include your companion! Animal guidelines are different at each rental property. Read descriptions carefully. Many constraints may eliminate a potential rental. Examine your contract thoroughly! Extra fees or deposits may be applied to your agreement. When in doubt, ask the property manager and get it in writing.
Its Time to Search
Once the place, dates and guests are decided, search multiple resources to find the best vacation rental selection. In combination with Homeaway, VRBO and Tripadvisor, we suggest searching Google for "Hertford local vacation rentals" for local rental management companies. Local companies often times have a unique assortment of rentals daily and weekly.
Re-read the description to make certain that the vacation rental has everything you need. If something is missing, the rental home management company might know of comparable properties that better fit your desires and budget..
Although not true for all properties, many property owners and property managers will negotiate rates. If they are unwilling to budge on a highly-desirable stay, try getting an additional night. Negotiating rates is most effective throughout the off-season when many vacation rentals sit empty.
Study the Total Contract
Read the complete agreement and be certain you are aware who is responsible for:
- Utility bills
- Phone service
- Hot Tub Heating
- Pay Per View Movies
- Cleaning Fees
- Trash Pickup (and which day?)
- Maintenance policies
- Key exchange
- Parking requirements
Ensure that your price includes all state taxes and fees.
If you must Cancel
Be sure to are familiar with the cancellation policy before reserving. Vacation home management companies and individual rental owners typically offer their guests the option to purchase trip insurance. Trip insurance safeguards the renter against emergency situations and weather events, It offers comfort should disaster strike.
Book your Rental
When you believe you've found "the one", start the booking process. Keep in mind that most rental contracts require a considerable rental deposit and/or security deposit to safeguard the vacation home owner.
Keep Your Property Manager's Information
Put the rental manager's contact information into your smart phone and wallet for easy access to answers during your stay.
Congrats on reserving your vacation home! You're on the way to a fantastic vacation!
During your Stay
- To make certain no damages are linked to your visit, make a record of any problem areas of the rental. If you discover damage, or if fixes are required get in touch with the rental manager right away. If there is a difference of opinion about legal liability later, having the documented problems and contact attempts will probably be helpful.
- Ask questions. You may need guidance for a gas fireplace, TV or spa tub. Get in touch with your rental manager. They are there to help. A phone call can save several hours of trouble.
- Remember to respect your nearby neighbors. . Remember the golden rule and treat others the same way you'd like to be treated by vacationers next to your residence.
- Ask a local. Locals may point you in the right direction.
- Make sure you protect the owner (and your stuff!) by keeping the property secured while you are away, just like you would in your own home.
- Clean up a little bit. Even when you're having to pay a house cleaning fee, The rental should be in very good condition. Kitchen sinks full of dirty dishes, surplus sand on the floor and sticky messes should really be dealt with before you leave.
- As soon as everything is out, perform a walk-through of the rental home to confirm no damage occurred in the course of your remain. If it is possible, do this walk-out inspection with the property owner present. If the property manager is not available, make certain to take photos of the property to record its condition.
- Did you have an enjoyable time? Many vacation rental management companies and rental search sites make it easy for renters to give reviews. If the rental and/or property manager was outstanding, they will appreciate your positive reviews. If something went wrong and they didn't correct it in a practical manner, or if the rental home wasn't as described, you should note that in your comments.
Learn and Improve
Did everybody have a great time? Maybe everything turned out to be ideal and you're happy to reserve the same rental for next season. If the rental home was not ideal, and you'll better recognize how to refine your search for the next trip.