When a 32-foot window comprises the ocean front-facing wall of your condo, the views are going to be outrageous. When that window can be slid open, to literally put guests right on the Mission Beach boardwalk, well then things just get mind-blowing.
A lot of glass adds some pretty cool aesthetic touches to this spectacular home. Walking up those see-through stairs might take a little bit of getting used to, but they sure are super cool. But the deck is touted as the focal point, as the views are nothing short of spectacular.
Floor to ceiling windows basically comprises an entire wall of glass, which makes the ocean waters seem like part of the design. The bedroom and kitchen both open up to the ocean air as well, and there are bunk beds for the kiddos.
Would we really need to say more than “rooftop deck”? The sky-high space is phenomenal, and even more unbelievable when the sun is either setting or rising. But sleek wooden floors and an open concept flow that can accommodate up to 12 people is also a pretty sweet selling point.
Read a book on the window side bench or sit outside on the patio while enjoying a margarita. Since guests are right on the beach, coming and going is effortless. Want to cook up a midday meal? No problem. Want to get out of the sun to prevent burns? This rental has you covered.
Pink flowers overflow from beautiful brick planters in the front, and an ornate gate provides the most lovely entryway. Then, guests are welcomed by a shingle sided cottage, complete with a singular palm tree in the front. Rich wood paneling and that true Tommy Bahama feel are embodied inside. Soft sand and surf are a short walk away.
Just being newly remodeled, this bungalow has a fresh beach feel. From the surfing board coffee table to the open concept kitchen with subway tiling, it’s a surfer’s dream. Two queen beds allow for comfortable spacious sleeping, and a table outside is the perfect place to have morning coffee. To top it off, a white picket fence envelopes it all.
Immediately striking from the exterior, the architect who built this home back in the 80s used interesting angles and lots of natural materials. Stone, real logs, and other earth elements come into play. The idea was to combine key attributes of both California and Hawaii. Mission accomplished.
Planked ceilings and other bright or naturalistic touches give this apartment a boho feel. Hosts have done a great job decorating things to feel trendy and modern. To show how close to the beach this rental resides, there are partial views at certain points within the dwelling.
Guests will have an entire bungalow floor to themselves at an outstanding price when compared to other rates when staying at Mission Beach. Inside is impressive, with crisp aesthetics, and a solid list of amenities. So if looking to relax on a budget, this is one “cool” pick.
Guests will be saying “Aloha” when entering the space fully defined by rich wood. The design is very island-esque and extremely naturalistic. There’s a feeling of disconnect that comes along when staying somewhere with so many earthen materials in its layout.