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A Nice and Comfortable Room in Virginia Beach

We live in a nice two story house in one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Virginia Beach. We're 10 miles from downtown Norfolk and nine miles from Virginia Beach Ocean Front beaches. We're a short walk or drive to shops, bars, restaurants, and grocery stores. WiFi is available. A pool and a grill are available during the summer months. The kitchen, guest room and living room are accessible. Only out of town guests from all backgrounds are welcome.

$30 per night
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Quiet Neighborhood short drive from beaches, room2

I love hosting guests. I greatly enjoy getting to know travelers both from nearby and around the world. Though I'm new to AirBnB, I've got almost 20 years experience with residential real estate.

$38 per night
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One bedroom in a single family house with home gym

Enjoy easy access to everything from this perfectly located home base. Less than 15 miles to Virginia Beach Towne Center, the oceanfront and downtown Norfolk. Close access to I-64, about 20 min from Norfolk International Airport, Norfolk Premium Outlets and IKEA. Driveway parking on a dead end street with a community park about 200 feet away from the front door. Neighborhood is family friendly for biking/running/walking. Close to grocery stores and restaurants. Please note: I do have a 60lb dog

$50 per night

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Beach house rentals in Virginia Beach

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Oceanfront Living! 2 blocks to beach 2 Free Parkin
$124 per night
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Ocean Views, Steps from the Beach, Heart of Resort
$262 per night
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Brand New renovated Beach house @VB Boardwalk
$206 per night
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Your Home Away From Home!
$68 per night
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2ish BLOCKS to Virginia Beach! 2 bdrm unit 5 beds
$249 per night
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Classic Chesapeake Beachside Cottage w/ Porch!
$189 per night
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Comfortable room in a safe, friendly Neighbourhood
$59 per night
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The Magnificent Meadowlark!!
$255 per night
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Quiet East Beach Bungalow, 1 block to beach!
$210 per night
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Dog-Friendly Beach Cottage w/Ocean Views, Outdoor Shower, Game Room, Grill
$290 per night
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Chicks Beachfront
$410 per night
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Beachside Cottage- private Northend of VA Beach
$375 per night

Beach condo rentals in Virginia Beach

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🏝Lovely 1-bedroom condo one minute to Beach 🏖 🌊
$157 per night
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Oceanfront complex, modern studio, pool, boardwalk
$150 per night
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Virginia Beach Oceanfront / Boardwalk Condo
$200 per night
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Beautiful Beachfront Condo
$305 per night
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Secluded Oasis! King Bed | Steps to Beach
$125 per night
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Walk to the beach! Family-sized condo with deck
$153 per night
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1 BEDROOM CONDO, ONLY 2 BLOCKS TO THE BEACH!
$108 per night
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Ocean Sands Resort Entire Resort on the Boardwalk
$221 per night
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Oceanfront Jewel VB Studio Mesmerizing Ocean View
$256 per night
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VA Beach Oceanfront Condo
$200 per night
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Oceanfront Penthouse
$279 per night
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Luxury 2BR Condo @ the Virginia Beach Oceanfront
$184 per night

Beach cottage rentals in Virginia Beach

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Barefoot Cottage by the Sea
$159 per night
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2 Blocks to the Beach & VB Boardwalk III
$200 per night
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A peaceful beach awaits @ Cozy Courtyard Cottage
$368 per night
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Cozy private cottage - close to bayfront beach.
$56 per night
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Private Beach Access at The OV Beach House
$458 per night
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Charming Cottage at a Magnificent 1860s Manor
$260 per night
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Starfish Bay (28% Discount in May)
$250 per night
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At Sunset 2/Sandbridge Beach, VA
$239 per night
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Villa Positano
$491 per night
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Beachfront Cottage
$369 per night
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Old Time Ocean View Cottage - Pet Friendly
$388 per night
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Choza de Playa
$164 per night

Your guide to Virginia Beach

All About Virginia Beach

Surfers, swimmers, and sunbathers come to Virginia Beach to spend sunny days at the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay as it meets the Atlantic Ocean. The three-mile coastal boardwalk is lined with fresh-pressed juice shacks, pastry shops, and fashion boutiques, and there’s a separate lane for skaters and rollerbladers. Sweet saltwater taffy and maple nut fudge are traditional treats to savor along the shore, and local Lynnhaven oysters are an ever-popular mainstay on local menus.

For a commanding view of the bay, climb the 191 steps up Old Cape Henry Lighthouse — part of the journey involves climbing a tall ship’s ladder. Mount Trashmore provides an offbeat attraction that combines a skatepark, playground, and a grassy mound of reused landfill. If it’s been a while since your last surfing trip, Croatan Beach is the place to get some inspiration when it hosts the East Coast Surfing Championships.


How do I get around Virginia Beach?

If you’re flying to Virginia Beach, you have two primary options — Norfolk International Airport (ORF), 20 minutes from the oceanfront, and Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF), about an hour away. For train travelers, Amtrak services run to Newport News, which is linked to Virginia Beach by bus. Despite some heavy beachfront traffic and challenging parking, a car is one of the best ways to get to your vacation rental and explore once you’ve settled in. During the summer months, the 1920s-style VB Wave trolley system offers three routes, and rideshares are also available. If you plan on spending a lot of time at the beach itself, you can’t go wrong on a cruiser, bike, or just a comfy pair of flip-flops.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Virginia Beach?

Summer is by far the most popular season here, with the sun and sand attracting visitors looking for Virginia Beach condo rentals. Spring is a lovely time to visit, especially for those who enjoy the great outdoors and a mild climate. The fall is a not-so-well-kept secret in Virginia Beach, as pleasantly warm temperatures can extend well into September, allowing visitors to stretch out their stays with a little more space to breathe. This is also when the Neptune Festival showcases intricate sand sculptures along the shore. The holiday season is a big deal here, with plenty of festivities such as Holiday Lights at the Beach, the Surf-n-Santa 5 Miler, and the Christmas Market. The winter months also bring thousands of migrating birds to the bay, and this is the place to be for whale-watchers.


What are the top things to do in Virginia Beach?

Marine Science Center

The Marine Science Center is committed to marine conservation through research, education, and sustainable practices. The center is focused on the study of native Chesapeake Bay marine animals and plants, though researchers have pursuits and interests that cover the world’s oceans and waterways. Take a boat tour to learn more about its work and the bay’s underwater residents.

Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art

Step back from the shore for a while and take a look around the collection at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art on Parks Avenue. The popular Boardwalk Art Show takes place over the summer months, and the alternative ViBe District is home to craftspeople, skate shops, and music venues.

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

Grab your paddle and set out for a leisurely afternoon on the water. Explore Chesapeake Bay, venture into Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, or float further afield through the scenic Great Dismal Swamp. Harbor seals, black bears, bobcats, and even bald eagles can be spotted in the local area. Braving cooler temperatures in winter might even be rewarded with a humpback whale sighting.