Fall foliage may be in full force, yet winter is coming and for anyone looking to secure an off-season rental, your time is running out! Back in the middle of the summer we posted a blog about how spectacular summer rentals are along the Seacoast, however, the winter brings its own special qualities and if you don't mind the cooler temps, a winter rental in Rye or a neighboring town can make for a memorable experience.
Picture this: You wake up to the sun coming up above the horizon, pour yourself a hot cup of coffee (put on some layers) and head down to the beach for a morning walk where you are one of the only people in sight. At night, cozy up by the fire as the sun sets to the west and the sky turns from blue to pink to gray over the Atlantic Ocean. On days when it snows, your rental is transformed into a winter wonderland and when temps gets really cold, you can head to any number of the nearby frozen ponds for fresh air and a skate (don't forget to bring some hot cocoa).
We've found that the majority of winter rentals are taken by families or individuals finding themselves in a state of transition. Maybe they are in the middle of selling their home and haven't closed on their new home, or perhaps they are doing a major renovation or building a new home. Whatever the case is, people that need a winter rental are usually able to plan a bit ahead and reserve it by as early as late summer or early fall. That means that a lot of the winter rental inventory is already spoken for and if you are one of the folks who is still looking, your time to act is now. We do have a few rental properties that are still available, check out our list.
To book your off-season rental property call our office and speak with one of our awesome associates, Sandy and Kirsten – 603-957-7500. You can also email them at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com