Chincoteague Vacation Rentals
6175 Ocean Boulevard
$180 per night plus 7% tax($12.60) = $192.60/night. 6 night minimum - in season
This quaint Captains Cottage built in the 1950's sits on a quiet side Street in the town of Chincoteague. It is within easy walking distance to the newly renovated town docks and shops. Though the house looks much as it did 50 years ago the interior has had extensive remodeling. It boasts a large entertainment room with a gas fireplace, ping pong table, cable TV and a DVD/VCR. A full eat in kitchen with microwave are at your disposal. There are four bedrooms and one bathroom. A fully enclosed outside shower is in the back. There is an open porch in the front and an enclosed porch in the back with a fenced in back yard. The house has Central Air and a large utility room with washer and dryer.
Chincoteague Island is a small island located on Virginia's Eastern Shore nestled behind the southern end of Assateague Island National Seashore. Chincoteague is perhaps most famous for it's wild pony roundup which takes place during the last week of July. Boats can be rented or chartered for people to enjoy Clamming, Crabbing or Flounder fishing. Waterfowl and Sika Deer Hunting are available in the fall and winter and a number of fine local guides can help you create some great memories. Many fine gift shops are within walking distance of the houses, and the beaches of Assateague are just a short 3 mile hop away. Most of the rental homes available on the Island are older homes that people have fixed up and modernized. Ours is an old Captain's cottage built back in the 1950's. The Assateague Island National Seashore has become popular Worldwide as a destination for Birdwatchers. Especially in the fall when waterfowl and shorebirds stop at the Assateague impoundments to rest for a few days before they continue their migrations as far as Mexico and beyond.
More information can be obtained at www.chincoteaguechamber.com.
To rent the above described property print a copy of the contract , fill it out and mail it, with a deposit, to the address on the bottom of the Lease.