Island Cottage Rental (All new furnishings)

Living roomExteriorLiving room 2Master bedroomGuest bedroom 1Guest bedroom 2Screened porchDining roomKitchenUpper deck terraceExterior 2
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2 Reviews
1800 Demere Rd, Saint Simons Island, GA 31522



Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.5
Sleeps 6
Per week $1,750 - $2,100
Per month $3,200 - $4,200
Type: Cottage
Description of the Saint Simons Island vacation cottage rental
This cozy Island Cottage is ideal for your relaxing getaway.
Newly constructed, the interior features include hardwood floors, a large brick wood-burning fireplace, plantation shutters, gorgeous designer furnishings and much more.
* Stainless appliances.
* Upper deck sun terrace.
* Screened porch.
* Location is near East Beach

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Area Info
Your first glimpse of St. Simons Island is across the celebrated Marshes of Glynn, made famous by Poet Sidney Lanier. Called "the nursery of the sea," these natural treasures are the birthplace of much of our sea life.

The Pier Village anchors the south end of the Island and is the social hub of the Island for many visitors. The St. Simons Lighthouse and Museum, Neptune Park with its oceanside playground, an oak shaded picnic area, fishing pier, miniature golf course, public library and community theatre all are located in "The Village". This is also the location of the St. Simons Visitors Center, open daily 9am-5pm. Breathtaking views of the St. Simons Sound meet you at every turn.

We encourage you to explore our magical Island. St. Simons offers some of the best shopping and dining options on the Southern Coast as well as a natural beauty that encourages quiet reflection. Take a leisurely kayak trip through the marshes , explore miles of walking and bike paths or head out for a day at the beach. We also offer several public tennis courts and 99 holes of unparalleled golf as well as fishing charters, sailboat rentals and nature tours.

For history buffs, The Fort Frederica National Monument offers a unique look into the lives of Georgia's founder, James Edward Oglethorpe and his colony established on St. Simons Island in 1736. Today the monument is an archaeological site preserved and maintained by the National Park Service. Visitors can tour the ruins of the town where each foundation has been researched and identified, complemented with maps, photographs, sketches and artifacts.

The St. Simons Island Lighthouse is one of the most accessible lighthouses in the country. It is one of only five surviving light towers in Georgia. Visitors are invited to climb the 129 steps for a breathtaking view of St. Simons and out to sea as far as Cumberland Island.

Christ Church, Frederica, one of St. Simons' most popular sites, is the second oldest Episcopal church in Georgia and the third oldest in the country. The churchyard grounds are spectacular, especially in the springtime. The cemetery is the resting place of many of the Island's earliest and most notable residents. Across the street a Celtic Cross monument with gardens celebrates the works of the Wesley brothers.

We hope your days with us will be picture postcard perfect. And remember the old saying, "Once you get St. Simons sand in your shoes, you will return to the Island again and again!" Have a wonderful stay!


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 06 2015 Dec 31 2015 - - $1,750 $3,200 1 Week
Jan 01 2016 Apr 30 2016 - - $1,750 $3,200 1 Week
May 01 2016 Sep 05 2016 - - $2,100 $4,200 1 Week
: 2 p.m. : 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 11%
Deposits: 50% deposit, balance due 6 weeks before arrival
Payment Options: American Express, Mastercard, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning fee is included in rental rate of 6 nights or longer. Cleaning fee for less than 6 nights is $125. We enforce a strict no-smoking, no-pet policy.


Reviews for this vacation cottage rental in Saint Simons Island, Georgia

tom zimney

tom zimney

Grand Forks, ND

St. Simons Island

March 8, 2013

Overall the cottage was nicely furnished anticipating most needs along with nice kitchen supplies and well organized. Due to the rather nasty taste/smell of tap water, a house filter would be nice as even shower water had an undesirable ordor. Upper beds could be improved, mattresses not great. But overall, a nice place to relax and enjoy the Georgia lowlands

monika balut

monika balut

Chicago, il

Bad customer service

January 4, 2013

I tried to rent this property for our vacation but the owner never replay to me. I sent several emails to him.

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