1208 Second Avenue/Palm Cottage
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Description from the manager
This cottage was built in 1925 and restored in 1998. Everything is on one level. There is an open kitchen and living room area with a small table for two. The screened in front porch surrounds this area. There is a small room with two single beds just off of this room. The master suite has a queen size bed with a private bath. The half bath is between the master suite and the living room. There is a small fenced in yard as well. Wifi now available. Read - Jane's Blog about her recent "fluffing" of the Palm Cottage!
1208 Second Avenue/Palm Cottage
Tybee Island, Georgia
Additional Location Information
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$140||$140||$900 - $1,200||$0||3 nights|
|Jan. 1 2013 - May. 24 2013
|May. 25 2013 - Aug. 16 2013
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the manager|
Additional notes from owner
Additional to the base weekly/nightly rate, other charges are the 13 percent hotel/motel tax, clean up charge(that differs per property), and a $25 reservation fee. Please call Tybee Cottages, at 912-786-6746, if you have any questions.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 18, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
We Were The Envy of Everyone Back Home
I fell in love as soon as I saw this cottage online and knew that I had found the perfect cottage for our family vacation. My family was not disappointed. Having visited Tybee on three other occasions we were determined to rent "one of those adorable little beach houses" and that is exactly what we got. We were in walking distance/biking distance to everything. The house is small, but the flow of the house is very nice and overall very cozy. The bed in the master bedroom might simply be the most comfortable bed on the planet. With the windows open and the breeze blowing in - it was simply blissful. The pine floors, the decor, the small details, the screen porch and the location made it a delectable little vacation get away for my husband, our two small children and myself. Booking and all that stuff was a breeze - communication with Jim was friendly and fast. The house provides the basic necessities: towels, linens, pots, pans, coffee pot, toaster, washer/dryer combo (small but better than nothing)and utensils. The air conditioning worked very, very well which in 95 degree weather is absolutely necessary! We had a few very negligible issues that were really non-issues for us, but might be for some uber-picky people. Like I mentioned above, the washer was super small; there were no bowls with lids for storing food, there were no sharp knives to be found and the shower curtain was a tad mildewy (which is hard to combat in such a damp environment I know). Another plus is that Tybee has a recycling program so our garbage load was very small for the week and we were able to recycle the majority of it. Everyone at home simply oohed and ahhed over our pictures and thought the house was simply adorable. We highly recommend this cottage.
It was a wonderful much needed vacation for two.
Love the house, they thought of everything we might need both at the house and to take with us to the beach. Our host, Jim was wonderful, informative and now considered a friend.
Sweet little cottage
We loved our little cottage. It is small, perfect for a couple with small kids or a couple of girlfriends. The cottage is small but cute. We didn't plan on spending a lot of time there, we just wanted something more private than a hotel room and the comfort of home. Jim is super nice and easy to work with. The cottage did need some yard work done and a thorough deep cleaning of the cottage. It wasn't dirty, floors and beds and baths were all clean, just needed a deep cleaning. The screened in porch was our favorite. I will say that mid to end of May, Tybee is a "party" destination. We were there during some sort of Water Parade/Celebration - warning - if you are out on the island after 4pm - you will get wet! People shot water guns at our car with windows down. I have been to Tybee in October and it was a much quieter experience! We love Jane Coslick's cottages, very cute.