Bay Breeze on Tazewell is a recently remodeled Cassatt cottage with historic charm and modern amenities. The home includes a fabulous, sunny kitchen stocked to meet your needs. We provide fresh linens and towels for your stay. In the shed, you will find lots of items for the beach, a canvas wagon, and bikes which we are happy to share. Bay Breeze is just a short walk to the beach, various restaurants, boutiques, and marina. Available for weekly rental June, July & August Sunday-Sunday.
The Minnow at Cape Charles is a one-bedroom, one-bath studio apartment with private entrance, deck and kitchenette. Located blocks from Cape Charles beach and the town's main street, this new space offers sleek coastal style and all the comforts of home.
Nostalgic for their homeland, this new home with separate two-bedroom apartment for guests on the third level, is named YBALON, the legendary name of the Bicol Region of the Philippines before Spanish colonization. The first and second levels with an elevator, are occupied by two sisters, who built this as their retirement home. The third floor apartment has a separate staircase access, and is self-contained and private. It has a cathedral ceiling, complete kitchen, a spacious living/dining area, 1.5 Jack and Jill bath with laundry and dryer, and a large deck with panoramic view of the town. It is fully equipped with amenities for guests' comfort and enjoyment of the beach and the offerings of this vibrant historic town. Cape Charles on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake seduces with old fashioned charm, where residents are friendly and proud of their place. It is also sophisticated with fine restaurants, exclusive shops, art galleries, signature golf courses by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, and in season, joyful with festivals and community events. The beach is picturesque with its fine white sand, dunes and sea grass, a fishing pier where you can catch crabs and fish without a fee. At dusk, you can have your cocktails and watch the spectacular sunset unfold. Everything is 15 minutes walk away from the house; the beach, shops, restaurants, the park with tennis courts, and a gazebo where music is played in summertime. There is a golf cart purveyor across the street, if walking becomes undesirable. And Rayfield's drugstore next door has an old fashioned soda fountain, and country breakfast scrapple. For those who want to exert themselves, there's kayaking, hiking, bicycling, deep sea fishing, and sailing, paragliding, and of course swimming. The marshes is teeming with life and very photogenic when you catch it in the glow of sunrise or sunset. And with awe, you get a thrill driving over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel for the first time.