19th Street Beachside Hideaway – Tybee

19th Street Beachside Hideaway

Sleeps: 4       Bedrooms: 1      Bathrooms: 1      Pets: No

Perfect for a Couple or Family of Four!



Come and stay in this laid-back Hideaway on the Beachside of Butler located near the southernmost point of Tybee Island.

Nestled on the lower level of a historic home, this is an ideal location for beach lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. You’ll be less than 100 steps to the beach and just around the sound from Tybee’s Back River for crabbing, fishing and kayaking! And the Hideaway is within three blocks of the Pier and Strand for shopping, restaurants and more fishing!
This one bedroom, one bath apartment in the downstairs of a beautiful Tybee Beach House can comfortably fit a couple or a family of 4. The Hideaway is updated and fully equipped. Spend time on the private covered spacious deck just outside your front door.

Maximum Occupancy and Parking: 

The number of guests occupying 19th Street Beachside Hideaway is limited to two adults and two children. There is parking for one car outside the fence on Butler Avenue. Parking for One Vehicle on right side of house in grassy area. Please do not park in driveway. Gas Grill is now provided!

Please Note:

There is a Pond and sitting area across from the house and driveway. It is for the main house and should not be used by the occupants of 19th Street Beachside Hideaway. Furthermore it is not fenced in, and although it is not close to the Hideaway entrance, those with young children should take the necessary safety precautions and not allow their children to play alone near any body of water. ALSO, this is in the renovated lower level of an historic home. You can’t beat the location and the price. BUT the ceilings are low and if you are over 6 feet tall, there will be a few places where you have to duck under the house.The owners of 19th Street Beachside Hideaway would like you to enjoy your stay. Please be aware that there are also guests staying in the main house. 19th Street Beachside Hideaway requests that noise be kept to a minimum between the hours of 11PM and 9AM. Please be aware that the only outside area designated for 19th Street Beachside Hideaway use is the large covered deck outside the Hideaway entrance.

Walking Distance to The BeachFlat Screen TV with Cable & DVD Player
Free WifiCD Player
Washer & DryerBed & Bath Linens Provided

Private Queen Bedroom Full Bath with Tub/Shower Combo
Futon (converts to Full Bed in Living Room)

Fully Equipped Kitchen with Flat Top StoveRefrigerator & Freezer
MicrowavePots & Pans
Kitchenware & UtensilsDining Area Seats 4
Breakfast Bar Seats 2

Covered Deck with SeatingBeach Towels Chairs & Coolers
Parking for One VehicleGas Grill


A Closer Look

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RESTRICTIONS


Absolutely No SmokingNo Pets Allowed
No House PartiesMust Be 25+ to Rent


Rental Rates and Seasons: (USD)


Vacation Rental Standard Pricing Night Weekly Min-Nights
Low Season $76.00 0
Mid Season $100.00 $650.00 0
Peak Season $125.00 0
Holiday Season $150.00 0

 

Season Starting Ending Night Week Min-Nights
Peak Season 7/12/2015 8/8/2015 $125.00 3
July 4th Holiday 6/28/2015 7/11/2015 $150.00 7
Peak Season 5/26/2015 6/27/2015 $125.00 3
Memorial Day 5/22/2015 5/25/2015 $150.00 3
Mid – Spring Season 3/19/2015 5/21/2015 $100.00 $650.00 3
St Patricks Day 3/13/2015 3/18/2015 $125.00 3
Low Season 1/4/2015 3/12/2015 $76.00 3
Winter Holiday 12/20/2014 1/3/2015 $150.00 5
Fall Holiday 11/22/2014 11/29/2014 $150.00 3
Low – Off Season 11/11/2014 11/21/2014 $76.00 3
Rock & Roll Marathon 11/7/2014 11/10/2014 $100.00 $650.00 3
Low – Off Season 10/20/2014 11/6/2014 $76.00 3
Mid – Fall Season 10/14/2014 10/19/2014 $100.00 $650.00 3
Pirate Fest 10/9/2014 10/13/2014 $125.00 3
Mid – Fall Season 9/2/2014 10/8/2014 $100.00 $650.00 3
Labor Day 8/29/2014 9/1/2014 $150.00 3
Mid – Fall Season 8/4/2014 8/28/2014 $100.00 $650.00 3
* Rates are subject to change without notice. Pricing excludes taxes, additional options and fees.

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Guest Reviews


Have you stayed here? Write a review.

Shelly from Grovetown, US

19th Street Beachside Hideaway

Reviewed: Jan 7, 2014
Stayed: Jan 2013
Manager Rating
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Property Rating
1 2 3 4 5

Mishiele from Owensboro, US

19th Street Beachside Hideaway

Reviewed: Jan 10, 2014
Stayed: Jan 2013
Manager Rating
1 2 3 4 5
Everyone was friendly and efficient
Property Rating
1 2 3 4 5
Perfect for small family or just a couple. So quiet. Short walk to everything.

Sarah from Akron, OH

19th Street Beachside Hideaway
Reviewed: Feb 21, 2014
Manager Rating
1 2 3 4 5
Wonderful experience- we are close friends of Hilary Junewicz, daughter of Bob & Marge Handleman, property owners, and were treated with nothing but southern hospitality.
Property Rating
1 2 3 4 5
We simply cannot wait to book our families 2014 stay at the 19th St. Hideaway!

Tracy from Rome, US

Stayed: Mar 2014
Manager Rating
"Your team was friendly and professional and it was very appreciated!"
Property Rating
"We are so thrilled to have finally caught up with you! Our stay was fabulous. I need to come back and do it again when I'm not working, sadly did not get to see the beach the whole time. Rob and the kids got to go walk it though!"


To-Do



Charters & Tours

bait

Tybee’s Bait & Tackle at Lazaretto Creek

4-F Old Highway 80
912-786-7472

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Tybee Island Marina

4 Old Tybee Road – Hwy 80
912-786-5554

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Tybee Beach Ecology Trips

Dr. Joe P. Richardson Tybee Island, Georgia
(912) 596-5362

sweet-lowland-tours

Sweet Lowland Tours

902 Second Avenue Tybee Island, GA
(912) 786-0215

marshland-fishing

Marshland Inshore Fishing Adventures

Crab Shack at Chimney Creek
912-308-7878

crab-creek-charters

Crab Creek Charters

41 Estill Hammock Rd. Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 658-5158

compass-sailing

Compass Sailing

PO Box 30392 Savannah, Georgia
(912) 441-3265

deep-sea-browns-charter

Brown’s Reelman Deep Sea Fishing

Walsh’s Dock-Lazaretto Creek Northside Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 313-0833

fish-tybee

Fish Tybee – Tybee Island Charters

PO Box 1762 Tybee Island, Georgia
(912) 786-4801

sundial-charter-tours

Sundial Charters, Nature & Fishing Tours

142 Pelican Drive Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-9470

capt-mike

Captain Mike’s Dolphin Tours

2101 U.S. 80 Tybee Island, GA 31328
(912) 658-2322

Outdoors & Parks

tims-beach-gear

Tim’s Bike & Beach Gear

1101 Hwy 80 East Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-8467

fat-tire-bikes

Fat Tire Bicycle Rental & Repair

1403 Butler Avenue Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-4013

north-beach-birding

North Beach Birding Trail

North Beach Birding Trail
Walk west from the Tybee Island Lighthouse down North Beach into the Bird Sanctuary. Access the beach through the North Beach Parking Area, located behind Fort Screven on Meddin Dr.

blue-heron-trail

Blue Heron Nature Trail

Blue Heron Nature Trail
Located off the north side of US-80 opposite Lewis Ave., this trail is almost directly across US-80 from the Sally Pearce Nature Trail.

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Sally Pearce Nature Trail

Sally Pearce Nature Trail
This short trail is located on the south side of US-80 at Fifth Avenue.

park-7-flags

Park of 7 Flags

Park of 7 Flags
This small passive park with beach seats and a fountain and beach is located on Butler Ave. at the west end of Tybrisa.

jaycee-park

Jaycee Park

Jaycee Park
(8.5 acres) Located at the intersection of Campbell Rd. on Van Horne, within walking distance of the beach.
  • Lighted soccer field
  • Lighted softball field
  • Concession stand with restroom facilities
  • Scenic meandering waterway
  • ½ mile jogging track
  • Gazebo
  • New children’s play equipment
  • Outdoor basketball court
  • Grilling and picnic area

memorial-park

Memorial Park

Memorial Park
(4.5 acres) Located between the Library at 405 Butler and the Gym at 202 5th St., within walking distance of the beach.
  • Two lighted outdoor tennis courts
  • Two lighted outdoor beach volleyball courts
  • Lighted basketball court
  • Children’s playground equipment
  • Restroom facilities
  • Covered lighted pavilion – accommodates up to 150 people
  • Grilling and picnic area

jet-ski

Tybee Jet Ski & Watersports

1 Old Tybee Road – Hwy 80 Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-8062 | (877) 9JETSKI

sea-kayak-georgia

Sea Kayak Georgia

1102 Hwy 80 Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-8732 | (888) 529-2542

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North Island Surf & Kayak

1C Old Highway 80 Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 786-4000

paddleboarding

East Coast Paddleboarding

PO Box 1372 Tybee Island, Georgia 31328
(912) 484-3200

bait

Tybee’s Bait & Tackle at Lazaretto Creek

4-F Old Highway 80
912-786-7472

bird-watching

Bird Watching

Tybee Island is on the Colonial Coastal Birding trail and hosts over two hundred and eleven bird species. Located on the Atlantic Flyway we are host to tens of thousands of migratory birds making Tybee and Little Tybee is a must. We are also a safe haven and winter destination for wintering shorebirds like the endangered Piping Plover, Purple Sandpiper, Red Knot,  Black bellied Plover, Dunlin and many more. No matter if you are a birder that stays on the veranda, beats the bush, or just strolls on the beach, Tybee island will be a great experience for you. One of the best and easiest locations to find excellent birding is on the north beach at  the foot of the Tybee lighthouse. Park in the north beach parking lot at the far end and use the crossover.  From the beach you will see the Northern Gannett, various Terns, Ducks and Gulls flying offshore, or probing in the sand  for food. The rock jetty at the edge of the water is the place to find the Purple Sandpiper. Walk further north towards the Savannah River and you will see mixed flocks of shorebirds roosting, that include the American oystercatcher, Black Backed Gulls, Black Skimmers, Red knots and Plovers. The American Oystercatcher is rare with only approx. ninety breeding pairs in Georgia. However we regularly see them on our beaches and  in our tidal creeks, perched on the oyster rakes waiting for the oysters to open up. They use their bills to pry open the oysters for a treat.  The Black Skimmer is also often clustered here in numbers of a hundred or more. The Skimmer is named after its feeding method. The bird has a lower beak that is a third longer than the upper beak and skims the surface of the water with their bill snapping shut within a hundredth of a second when they hit a fish. Look closely at birds on Tybee and see if you spot a band. Many of the Piping Plovers and Oystercatchers will have a color band on them. The place to report all birds with bands or tags is the Bird Banding Laboratory at the Patuxent Wildlife Center. The number is 1-800-327-2263. The lab will take the report and pass it on to the bird’s original bander. Eventually (it can take a while!), you will get a note telling you where and when the bird was originally banded. Local Birders here can actually pinpoint a small group of approx. twelve banded Piping Plovers that spend their winters here and there summers in the Great lakes. Year round, we often see and hear  the American Oystercatcher, Great Blue Heron, Black and Yellow Crowned Night Heron, Green Heron, Great Egret, Snowy Egret, Louisiana Heron, Black Skimmer, Clapper Rail, Osprey, Brown Pelican, Cormorant, and Willet. In the winter we see a variety of ducks/water fowl including Bufflehead, Merganser (both Hooded and Red Breasted), Loons, and Scoters. The Sally Pearce Nature trail is a great place to stop for the amateur botanist and birder. Although it is a short walk, it is a good spot for warblers the Painted Bunting and many different local plants. The trail starts back from Route 80  on the right between the first and second light on Tybee. The south end of the island offers two different piers. The Pier at the strand and the Back River Fishing Pier with  a great view of the ocean, one can also see Little Tybee Island from these vantage points. Little Tybee is a 7,600 acre Natural Heritage Preserve owned by the state of Georgia. The birding is spectacular as it is undisturbed and only accessible by boat. Contact a local captain/naturalist or a kayaking outfit to set up a visit. When leaving Tybee there is another great birding spot on your right, Fort Pulaski. The marsh that surrounds the fort and near the bridge are a great spot in the winter for Sparrows,  both varieties of Sharp-tail; Nelson’s and Salt marsh and Seaside, as well as Marsh Wrens. There are plenty of trails to walk around on and you may spot a flock of Cedar Waxwings. This is another good spot for warblers and the Painted Bunting. On the bridge to the park you will see Forester’s Terns lining the railing in winter. We welcome you and may you have great birding!


Museums & Attractions

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Tybee Pier & Pavilion

The original Tybee Pier, built in the early 1900s, burned down in a great fire. Rebuilt in 1996, today’s Tybee Pier & Pavilion is one of our most visited and visible attractions. Located on the south end of the island in the main business district, it is open and free to the public. Terrific for […]

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Little Tybee Island

A pure, uninhabited nature preserve, accessible only by boat, “Little” Tybee Island is actually more than twice Tybee Island’s size. This wilderness gem showcases rich coastal salt marshes; pristine beaches; natural dunes and subtropical forests of live oak, pine, and palm. Wildlife includes egrets, herons, white ibis and the endangered woodstork. Roseate spoonbills, ospreys and […]

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Fort Pulaski

Fort Pulaski is Strategically located on Cockspur Island near the mouth of the Savannah River, Fort Pulaski was constructed between 1829 and 1847 to defend the port city of Savannah, from foreign attacks or invasion. However, early in the American crisis that became the Civil War, Georgia state troops seized this masonry fortification. On April […]

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Fort Screven

In 1786, the Georgia Legislature approved the creation of a fort on Cockspur or Tybee Island to be named in honor of General James Screven, a Revolutionary War hero. The fort was never built by the state, but in 1808, the property fell under the jurisdiction of the Federal government as Fort Screven Reservation. In […]

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Cockspur Lighthouse

The Cockpur Lighthouse is located on an islet off Cockspur Island, at the South Channel of the Savannah River by Lazaretto Creek and is considered part of Fort Pulaski National Monument. The beacon appears to float at high tide, when water covers the islet it stands on. As a result of this flooding access to […]

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Tybee Island Marine Science Center

Tybee Island Marine Science Center . . . an authentic coastal experience. Year-round programs for island visitors, scouts, and school groups on the beach, in the marsh, on the water, in the classroom, and the Coastal Gallery. The Tybee Island Marine Science Center’s mission is to shape a responsible stewardship of Coastal Georgia’s natural resources […]

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Tybee Museum

The Tybee Museum is located off US-80 in a 1898 coastal Georgia artillery battery at Fort Screven, the site of the Tybee Light Station. Completed in 1961, the museum features collections of historical items, pictures and relics that chronicle nearly 400 years of the island’s history.   Hours of Operation: Open every day, except Tuesday, […]

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Tybee Light Station

Tybee Light Station, built in 1773, is Georgia’s oldest and tallest lighthouse, and one of America’s most complete historic light stations. It has been guiding mariners safely into the Savannah River for more than 270 years, although it has been rebuilt several times. All of its original support buildings are still located on the five-acre […]

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Tybee Community

Make A Spring Break For Tybee Island

Make a Spring Break for Tybee Island and enjoy the history and beauty of one of Georgia’s most important barrier islands!  Head for the coast and celebrate these great days in May.  Our Natural Retreats are the perfect happy homes as we present real Southern Living. SCAD Sand Arts Festival On May 1, the sand starts […]

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Tybee Island Celebrates Spring

Tybee Island celebrates Spring and this coming weekend is full of great events!  Our little barrier island is well known as a wonderful place to relax and to get away from it all and it’s also a place where arts and culture, ecology and quality of life is honored, as well.  This weekend you’re invited […]

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A Tybee Toast To Earth Day

Come join us for a Tybee Toast to Earth Day as we pop the first corks to celebrate our Tybee Wine Festival.  On Wednesday, April 22, the opening event is the Celebration of Earth & Vine.  We’re celebrating in grand style with an elegant four-course wine dinner prepared by four celebrity chefs from Tybee and Savannah. They […]

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Tybee Wine Festival

The grapes are in and the bottles are lining up for the Tybee Wine Festival.  April 22-26, 2015, head for the coast for the finest pairings of wine, seafood and good times!  We’re very grape-ful to be celebrating this wonderful rite of Spring for the seventh year.  It all comes together in our happy place by the sea, […]

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Farewhale Festival

Tybee’s FareWhale Festival Hosted by Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary is coming up Saturday, March 21st from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM.  Come on down to the Tybee Island Pier and Pavilion as we celebrate the end of the calving season for the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale.  It’s time for them to leave our coastal waters […]

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Dixie Swim Club

Come on girls.  It’ll soon be swimsuit time, so let’s celebrate the season with the Dixie Swim Club!  Tybee Arts Association will present “The Dixie Swim Club” by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, as directed by Carol Ingham and Joyce Paulson.  The story takes you though the Lives of five friends who met […]

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The Joy of Savannah’s Irish

It’s the time of year when we celebrate the joy of Savannah’s Irish!  Just in case you didn’t know, Savannah puts on the largest Irish Festival in the South.  We already have Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras Tybee this weekend, so y’all should come on down and let’s sprinkle in lots of Irish fun, too. […]

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Mardi Gras Tybee Is More Bodacious

Just like everything else we do, Mardi Gras Tybee is more bodacious every year!  Tybeetians believe there can never be too much pomp and circumstance and we generally like to strut like the spotlight is on us (on any given day, some of us seem to be having a private celebration of our own…).  When […]

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It’s Chilly So We’re Roasting

It’s chilly, so we’re roasting…Oysters, that is!  Doesn’t a little nip in the air make you want to heat things up?  Lucky for us we’re right here where the sweetest, plumpest oysters get plucked right from our Tybee waters.  It’s going to be another big weekend here, so we figure once you’ve run as many […]

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Tybee Island Lighthouse

The Tybee Island Lighthouse is participating in Super Museum Sunday and offering free entrance to the Lighthouse on Sunday, February 8, 2015.  This is a great opportunity to tour the lighthouse and the grounds.   The historic role of the Lighthouse was to guide and protect sailors as they approached the shore.  The beacon led […]

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