Vacation rentals in Mississippi Gulf Coast

Vacation rentals in Mississippi Gulf Coast

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Highlights Mississippi Gulf Coast

  • White sandy beaches
  • Art galleries
  • Antique shopping
  • Historical landmarks
  • Bird watching
  • Scenic parks
  • Outdoor sports
  • Southern comfort food

Best Vacation Rentals in Mississippi Gulf Coast

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Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Gulfport, Harrison County
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Gulfport, Harrison County
Vacation Rental • 194 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(52 reviews)
Le Petit Chateau is an adorable retreat for any person or couple who wants to get away or get to the beach! It sleeps one to two persons and has a full bed, full bath, sitting area, and kitchenette with a microwave, toaster oven, portable electric cook tops, small sink, and mini fridge. The yard is private, quiet, and features native palms and plants. Queen BedFull BathTwo Chairs Roku TV/Direct TVMini FridgeKeurig coffee maker with podsMicrowavePlates, glasses, silverwareElectric cooktops (portable)Small kitchen sink (no dishwasher)Small patioSmall PatioThe tiny cottage is located in the he...
from $102 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Pass Christian, Harrison County
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Pass Christian, Harrison County
Vacation Rental • 398 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(75 reviews)
Don't need a large house, but crave more creature comforts than a hotel room? Relax in a one bedroom, one bath, kitchenette cottage. Ideal for couples on a quick weekend or short getaway. This cottage will NOT accommodate more than two adults. Please read all of the details about amenities before reserving. This is NOT a house. It is a guest cottage of approximately 400 sq ft. A thirty-two inch Roku flat screen with DVD player is provided as well as cable for inside entertainment. The cottage includes access to beach umbrella and chairs.Downtown Pass Christian is two blocks away. Restaurant...
from $142 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Waveland, Mississippi Gulf Coast
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Waveland, Mississippi Gulf Coast
Vacation Rental • 592 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(30 reviews)
Nestled in a live oak, this one bedroom/one bath home is perfect for a "couples getaway" on a quiet wooded lot only 2 blocks from the beach. 15' in the air and surrounded by windows, you'll see birds, butterflies, and hummingbirds as they sing and feed on the nectar in the garden below! The beach is protected by barrier islands and fed by the Jordan River so it is nutrient rich (great for fishing and birding) and much more like a bay. Our garden is a work in progress with native longleaf pines, coastal prairie field, and various herbs for cocktails. You'll be relaxing in the summer breeze i...
from $131 / night

Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Mississippi Gulf Coast

$452for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
$323 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Mississippi Gulf Coast

14%for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
54% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Mississippi Gulf Coast

Escape to the Gulf Coast for fun, food, and culture

Full of white sand beaches, attractions, and unique shopping opportunities, Mississippi’s Gulf Coast has something for every traveler. Bay St. Louis Historic L&N Train Depot, built in 1928, was the central site for “This Property is Condemned”, a movie starring Robert Redford and Natalie Wood. This venue is a perfect starting point for your holiday. It’s loaded with interesting attractions like The Mardi Gras Museum, Alice Moseley Folk Art Museum, Depot Row with shops and restaurants. The Twisted Tiki cruise is a delight where you can pack a picnic then jump aboard for delicious cocktails, a dance floor, dolphin sightings and more, all on the friendly gulf waters.

Classic Gulf Coast style rentals

Enjoy a lovely Gulf Coast rental, just a stone’s throw away from the beach! Nothing gets you closer to having an authentic Gulf experience than having your own, independent rental. Just like the locals! Indulge in amenities like a comfortable living room, full sized kitchen and hot tub. Some even include unique amenities like a pool, grill and sauna. Unwind with your favorite drink on the balcony with ocean views. Or fire up the grill for a barbecue with close friends and family. Suitable for couples and families, these rentals are all you need to ensure a great holiday!

Vacations in Mississippi Gulf Coast

The area and getting around

Explore tasteful art

Mississippi’s gulf coast celebrates creativity with its art galleries, loads of festivals, and blues. Dusti Bongé’s Art Foundation features her Abstract Expressionist pieces from the 1950s when Paris was rivaled by New York in the art world. Ohr-O’Keefe’s Museum of Art features his works in pottery, ceramics, personal artifacts and much more. The museum hosts Gulf Coast artists exhibits and sculpting classes too. Kate Lobrano’s House, built in 1896, is embellished in Victorian architecture and showcases early 1900s furniture and Native American artifacts. In the 1920s, The Delta Blues sprang up featuring artistic legends like Robert Johnson and B.B. King.

Explore Gulf Coast culture

Biloxi West Beach Boardwalk features awesome sunrises, sunsets, and everything in between with Restaurant Row to the north where you can begin your culinary tour. CB’s Jamaican Jerk brings the Caribbean to you with its famed BBQ ribs and exclusive Jerk Burger. Half Shell Oyster House nails it with its legendary charbroiled oysters in white wine garlic sauce, or Rockefeller Oysters. Traditional Southern comfort selections like hush puppies, rib-eye and more are featured as well. Fly Llama Brewing boasts extraordinary craft beers and hard seltzers brewed on site. And don’t miss Biloxi’s Saturday Fresh Market for one-of-a-kind creations.

Travelers and activities

Mississippi Gulf Coast for History fanatics

Biloxi is the place to go to absorb a bit of Mississippi’s heritage. Biloxi’s Tour Train begins at the Biloxi Lighthouse featuring a guided tour of the historic district. Jefferson Davis’s Presidential Library, built in 1861, celebrates exquisite Greek revival architecture on the 52-acre Beauvoir Estate. See the 65-foot schooners at the Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum and much more! Biloxi’s Fire Museum displays 120 years of firefighting, including antique equipment and a 1900 steam fire engine. To learn about the Civil Rights Movement, follow The Mississippi Freedom Trail with 24 markers, established in 2011, commemorating the events that ended segregation in the US.

Mississippi Gulf Coast for Outdoor fans

If you love the outdoors, you’ve come to the right place. The gulf coast of Mississippi is overflowing with outdoor activities including ziplining, paddleboarding, and Sport fishing. Desoto National Forest is an exceptional area to canoe while enjoying its peaceful atmosphere amongst awesome scenery and wildlife. There are 17 golf courses to test your skills while enjoying unique scenery. Davis Bayou features fishing, cycling, hiking, ranger programs, and more. The gulf coast has a plethora of unusual bird species too, so grab your binoculars and look for a bald eagle, Osprey, Sandhill Crane, and more!

Gulfport’s Magnolia State Rocker stands 35’ tall, was made from 100% southern pine, and is one of the World’s Largest Rocking Chairs.

Top 5 travel tips in Mississippi Gulf Coast

1. Cruise the Mississippi on an old-fashioned paddlewheel boat

The Betsy Ann Riverboat, an authentic paddlewheel riverboat, offers various cruises including the sunset cruise with live music, hibachi dinner cruise, and an ecological historical tour. Choose one or all, this is a must-do while you’re in Biloxi to experience its true culture.

2. Tour the oak angels

Take a drive through downtown Bay St. Louis to observe four amazing oaks that were killed by Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Chainsaw sculptor Dayle Lewis transformed them into his “Angel Creations” for everyone to enjoy their beauty and learn their fascinating history. One tree in particular saved four lives during hurricane Katrina.

3. Interact with 200 years of train history

Gulfport’s fascination with trains has developed the Mississippi Coast Model Railroad Museum for young and old alike to revel in. There are four ride-on trains, 200 years of history on the walls, and nearly a hundred model trains that are on display and running. There’s also a garden with trains from the 1800s.

4. Get drenched on a wild thrill ride

Gulf Islands Waterpark features thrill rides like Riptide Racer and Master Blaster as well as lazy river rides and wave pools. Either way you and your family will be glad you visited the biggest water park on the gulf with great eats and lots of family fun during the hot summer months.

5. Go on a shrimping expedition

Take a once-in-a-lifetime cruise on a shrimping boat. On this 70-minute excursion you will learn how to operate the nets, discover many marine species which will be identified by your guide, and enjoy the fruits of your labor at the end of the cruise. Not to mention, the beautiful gulf views!

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Mississippi Gulf Coast

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Mississippi Gulf Coast?

Mississippi Gulf Coast is one of the cheapest destinations in the USA. An overnight stay there costs on average $288 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should visit Mississippi Gulf Coast in January, December, or February, the cheapest months of the year, with average prices of $253, $267, and $270 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When are vacation rentals more expensive in Mississippi Gulf Coast?

Last year, the month that offered the highest average prices in Mississippi Gulf Coast was July, with an average price of $327 per night. This was followed by October, with an average of $320, and then June, with $311.

Do I need to plan a trip to Mississippi Gulf Coast well in advance?

It is better to book sooner than later in Mississippi Gulf Coast as only 17% of the properties remain free throughout the year, according to last year's data.

When are more vacation rentals available?

Last year, the months with more available accommodation of the year in Mississippi Gulf Coast were January, December and September, with average availabilities of 39%, 33%, and 33%, respectively.

How many vacation rentals are there in Mississippi Gulf Coast?

Our catalog features approximately 610 vacation rentals from 2 partners, giving you plenty of choices when searching for your next dream vacation rental!

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