10 Amazing Beach Home Rentals the Whole Family Will Want to Book ASAP
Cure your winter blues by getting a jump start on planning a family beach trip for 2020.
Now's the perfect time to curb the winter blues by planning for spring break, summer vacation or that extended family reunion you've been talking about for years. Plus, you can also take advantage of the timing to start setting flight deal alerts so you can get the cheapest tickets possible. These gorgeous, swoon-worthy beach homes across the United States are all family-friendly and have plenty of room for everyone to spread out, get cozy and relax. Several of the homes are pet-friendly and wheelchair-accessible, making them great options for multigenerational family vacations, too. Whatever the occasion, you're sure to find an Instagrammable getaway on this list that your whole family will love.
UNDER $150 PER NIGHT
There's room for the whole extended family in this 3-bedroom, 8-bed home on Jamaica Beach near Galveston, Texas. In total, the house sleeps 13. The fully fenced backyard is ideal for families traveling with pets (yes, they're allowed). A pool with splash pad and kiddie slide will keep the little ones occupied when you're not at the beach.
This stunning townhouse is just a five-minute walk from Lake Tahoe, and even closer to a recreation center with a gym, exercise classes and indoor pool. There's space for 8 people and the home has a grill and TVs with gaming consoles, Netflix and Hulu. Recent guests have raved about how beautifully decorated this home is.
You'll enjoy stunning views of the ocean from both sides of this 16th-floor condo in Gulf Shores, Alabama. The home is beautifully decorated and outfitted for a large family, with space for eight people in five bedrooms split between two rooms. The beach is just a five-minute walk away, and the condo complex also has a pool and hot tub.
UNDER $350 PER NIGHT
Tybee Island is just a short drive from Savannah, filled with old Southern charm and incredible restaurants. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this home has room for six. The complex the house is located in has three pools, including one that's heated in the colder months of the year. Recent guests have appreciated the short walk to the beach and well-stocked kitchen.
You've likely never heard of Jamestown, Rhode Island, even though it's a 15-minute drive from the much more famous Newport. You'll find more solitude and peace and quiet on this small island, which is just as beautiful as Newport but far more residential and less touristy. This wheelchair-accessible home has four bedrooms and space for nine guests, and it's pet-friendly. You'll enjoy private access to a sandy beach, an outdoor shower and barbecue. A boat slip is available for an extra fee.
This massive three-story home has space for 14 guests in its five bedrooms. You'll enjoy semi-private access to Kure Beach and share a pool with the other side of the duplex. The home has multiple decks and balconies so there are plenty of places for every member of the family to find their own space. It's also wheelchair-accessible thanks to an elevator that accesses all three floors, so this home is ideal for multi-generational family getaways.
UNDER $650 PER NIGHT
This four-bedroom house is right on Oregon's Cannon Beach, with gorgeous views of Haystack Rock. The property has a private hot tub so you can relax under the stars on chilly nights. There's space for 10 here, and it's even pet-friendly (for an extra fee).
This luxury 3-bedroom home has room for six guests. It's on a small island near Miami Beach, so you're right on the water and have a great view of the Miami skyline without the hustle and bustle of the city. Watch for dolphins and manatees from the private infinity pool and jacuzzi or from the second-floor terrace.
If you've ever wanted to spend a few days in a working lighthouse, this is your chance. This lighthouse is on a private island in Sitka, Alaska, with incredible mountain views. There are two bedrooms that accommodate a total of six people, and the house is outfitted with games, books, movies, a hot tub, kayaks and even a boat you can use to get around the island and back to shore during your stay. Kids are welcome, but the house is not suitable for babies under the age of two. Recent guests raved about the tide pools on the shores of the island which kids will love to explore for sea life. Keep your eyes peeled: You might spot harbor seals and bald eagles if you pay attention.
Recent guests have raved about the amenities in this vacation home village, which include several pools, beachfront access, gardens, tennis courts and a clubhouse with a library and a gym. The home itself has beach access, great sunset views, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and all the appliances and equipment you need to cook delicious family meals.