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As we continue our conversation about what we like and don’t like about how the vacation rental business markets itself, we want to bring attention to these lovely cottages and their unique marketability in the small vacation paradise of Tybee Island.
These photos speak for themselves – clean, bright, unique. Full of amenities and a guest book that tells all. I’ve personally rented (2) for girlfriend weekends. Talk about fun!
This is Fish Camp Cottage built in 1950. Sleeps 6. Dogs allowed! Cute huh?
How about the Key Lime Parrot? Built circa 1936. Sleeps 8!
How cute is Maddie’s on Jones circa 1930. Sleeps 6! Complete with pink outdoor shower and big back yard for your pets to visit.
These photos exemplify what we preach.
Vacation rental interiors that are:
Memorable and clever (not necessarily expensive – a lot of these goodies are flea market finds that have been spray painted!)
Spotlessly clean (isn’t this a given?)
Fresh and colorful – (renters are attracted to bold, fun colors – this is not real life after all – it’s a vacation!)
Ready for vacation in Tybee? Reach out to our friend Diane to make a reservation. There are around 50 cottages to choose from. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website mermaid cottages.com.
Follow Mermaid Cottages on Instagram for lots of updates and eye candy.
Most importantly, keep tuning in to Inside Design with Kandrac & Kole – anywhere you listen to podcasts!
See you in Tybee!