Shore Beats Work - St Simons Island Condo

One Level Condo Pet Friendly Close to Restaurants & Shopping Bike to the beach!

  8 guests
  3 bedrooms
  2 full bathrooms

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Sleeping Arrangement

 
Bedroom 1
1 King
 
Bedroom 2
1 Queen
 
Bedroom 3
4 Bunk Beds

Description

Looking to escape to a tropical paradise without having to cross an ocean? Fall in love with St. Simons Island in this 3-bedroom, 2-bath condo. Shore Beats Work is in a prime location whether you're in the area to golf, swim, or shop, this condo's and its amenities make it the perfect place to relax after a day of exploring the best of the island. Shore Beats Work is located 1.7 mile from beach access.

It's just a short elevator trip to the front door of Shore Beats Work where you will enjoy one level living with a second story view of the lake! Relax and enjoy a movie night with the family or enjoy cooking in the kitchen with granite counters and lots of storage space. The kitchen is well stocked with everything you'll need to wow your friends with your culinary chops as they take their first bites at the dining table.

Be sure to rinse off the sand and before hopping into one of three luxurious bedrooms. Shore Beats Work sleeps eight guest comfortably.

In the morning, enjoy the salty Island air as you sip your coffee on the balcony while gazing upon the beautiful lake view.  

Don't feel like venturing far to enjoy the sun? Just a few steps from your front door you'll find an outdoor pool for that perfect tan and cool relief from the heat.
 

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Notes

Shore Beats Work has everything you need to stay at the beach. There are also annual events to enjoy including Georgia/Florida Football, the Official McGladrey Classic PGA Tour, Jekyll Island Beach Music Festival, and much more!

Together with fascinating history and recreation of all types, you will find beautiful marshes, beaches and dining. This coastal treasure is located on the southern part of Georgia's scenic coastline. Here you will find miles of untouched beaches and historic landmarks around every bend.

The Island's invitingly mild weather is ideal for beachcombing, golfing, boating, fishing, shopping, or exploring. After an eventful day of sightseeing, unwind in one of the many delectable Island eateries. From casual to gourmet, from Italian to Continental, the options are mouth-watering! Savor fresh seafood, including genuine Georgia wild white shrimp, hand-cut steaks, unique pastas, southern cuisine, and more. If your St. Simons Island stay includes a weekend, join the locals for a stroll through the Village area. You'll discover antique shows, arts and crafts fairs, and a variety of cultural pursuits, including Jazz in the Park and The Island Players. Visit the Lighthouse Museum and climb to the top for the best view on the Island! Throughout St. Simons Island and the surrounding coastline, giant oaks draped with Spanish moss, panoramic marsh vistas and coastal wildlife delight the senses. BIRD WATCHING TOPS IN THE WORLD OVER 280 SPECIES