Panoramic Views from Beach House Westbrook, CT

Set up on a shady bluff overlooking the sound.
Set up on a shady bluff overlooking the sound.Gorgeous views from screened-in porch and bedroomsBeach is a 2 min. walk down the laneview of beach from house
Westbrook, CT 06498

Overview

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps 8
Per week $1,600 - $1,950
Per month $7,400
Type: Home
Description of the Westbrook vacation home rental
You will love the awesome views of Long Island Sound and Duck Island from this 4 bedroom beach house set up on a bluff under shade trees at historic and beautiful Grove Beach.

You will enjoy relaxing and taking in the views from the screened-in sun porch and deck of this newly renovated beach house. Be lulled to sleep by waves crashing in to shore. This beach house is just steps away from the sandy beach.You can bring your beach chairs out onto the sandbar, take a beach walk down to the jetty to watch the boats cruise into Pilots Point Marina, or sunbath on the beach.

A brand new kitchen and newly renovated bedrooms will add to your beach vacation experience. Close to the Clinton and Westbrook Outlets, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos, Mystic Seaport and the Mystic Aquarium; there are wonderful nearby restaurants and you will find plenty to do in addition to the beach.

Theresa O'Connor

Area Info
Grove Beach, Westbrook, CT is a lovely area of 1920 style beach homes and cottages on Long Island Sound. Located in a historic area, it is located on the Connecticut shoreline close to museums, wonderful restaurants, boating, sailing, casinos, aquariums, and much more.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
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Stay
Feb 09 2014 Feb 09 2015 - - $1,600 - -
Feb 09 2014 Feb 09 2015 - - $1,950 $7,400 -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Deposits: 50% to confirm and remaining due two weeks before rental begins
Payment Options: Personal Check
Other Fees: $500 Security Deposit.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Wonderful restaurants, museums, Mystic Village, casinos, outlet shopping, close to train for access to NYC or Boston.
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