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Red Door Cottage is located near the Coast of Georgia in the small historic district of Darien. It was built in 1906 and lovingly restored with all the modern conveniences of the 21st century: high ceilings, hardwood floors, central air and heat, new appliances and original art. Super comfortable, cozy
Comfortable, decorated with original art from local artists, eat in or on the screened porch, 2 sitting areas: 1 w/pullout sofa bed, one with 36" TV, within walking distance to shops, wine bar and restaurants. Fenced backyard, screened porch
I do not live in the house but have a property manager 3 blocks away. She and I are available 24/7 by phone or email.
Lots of eco-tourism: kayaking, biking, birdwatching, fishing and boat charters, Savannah is 60 miles North, beautiful beaches on historic Jekyll Island (22 miles South), old plantations to discover, old forts to explore and plenty of sweet, Georgia shrimp! Discover one of Georgia's best kept secrets! And of course more affordable than Florida.
Smoking is only allowed outside.
If you rent for more than a week, you are expected to clean and maintain a clean house. Housekeeping is available at an extra charge.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
I am an artist/crafter, retired from engineering. I sell my work and I teach a few painting and collage workshops a year. My husband (Rich) is a civil engineer, specializing in water, who works hard for an environmental consulting firm. His down-time is very important to us and we both love to travel. We loathe hotel chains and feel the most comfortable in B&B's or older homes. We also have a vacation rental in Coastal Georgia and like to spend alot of time (esp. winters) there. As we are both from the north, the South has proven a fascinating adventure and we have made life-long friends there in a very short time. We love good food (Rich is the cook!) and try to seek out great restaurants along our way. We love living on Cape Cod, it's beaches and our 1850's antique house but try to get-away for business and pleasure often. We try to bring our dogs (when possible). They are family.
We have often camped and use to backpack (younger days). We have learned that we can live without a lot of things but that a comfy bed, nice wine and hot coffee are underrated.