Vacation Rentals in Raleigh

Vacation Rentals in Raleigh

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Highlights Raleigh

  • City center rentals
  • Outdoor activities
  • Hiking trails
  • Museum lovers destination
  • Family vacation
  • Historical attractions
  • Nature reserves

Best Vacation Rentals in Raleigh

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Vacation Rental for 4 Guests in Raleigh, Wake County
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Raleigh, Wake County
Vacation Rental • 1292 ft² • 2 Bedrooms
(9 reviews)
This nicely furnished jewel is centrally located mins to the center of Downtown Raleigh. Property Description:* Nicely decorated 2BR-2.5BA 2 Story Brick Townhome* On-Site Parking W/Guest Parking on site* Well-Equipped Kitchen W/Stainless Appliances* Spacious Living Room /W/Dining Area That Seats 4* Large Screen Smart TV /Cable,/ WiFI/Internet* Stackable Washer & Dryer. * Nicely Appointed Bedrooms New Comfy Beds: * (1) Queen in Master, (1) Full in 2nd Bedroom Each w/ Private Bathrooms* (1) Smaller Flat Screen Smart TV in Master BR * Fine Bedding, Towels & Complimentary Toiletries Pro...
from $166 / night
Vacation Rental for 2 Guests in Raleigh, Wake County
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Raleigh, Wake County
Vacation Rental • 291 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(50 reviews)
This is short-term model. We only rent the studio for 2-nights at a time. During this crisis, we have been disinfecting more stringently than ever. This Studio is a pretty new space on the 1st floor of our townhouse. It has it's own private entrance which will only be used by our guests. Colette and I love to travel and the over-all bedding set-up is at the top of our list, we got turned onto Comfy Earth bedding that offers a fiber based bamboo sleeping experience, second to none. The Studio has lots of light and 9' ceilings. The Studio has a patio looking out onto a landscaped courtyard wi...
from $119 / night
Vacation Rental for 6 Guests in Raleigh, Wake County
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Raleigh, Wake County
Vacation Rental • 18299 ft² • 3 Bedrooms
A breath of fresh air in the bustle of city-living, Pleasant Pines delivers the peak of value & convenience in the heart of Raleigh. Here, low maintenance, urban living comes naturally. Enjoy this spacious 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom home, and live in modern luxury with the sleek floor plan & stylish finishes. Enjoy ultra connectivity to RDU, Crabtree Valley Mall, Brier Creek, 440 & Umstead Park. There's so much to explore, minutes from your front door.
from $160 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Raleigh

$273for 25 May - 1 Jun
$275 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Raleigh

19%for 25 May - 1 Jun
50% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Vacation rentals in Raleigh

Splendid rental location in North Carolina

Spend your next vacation in the capital city of North Carolina. Raleigh, also known as the City of Oaks for the many oak trees around the heart of the city, is situated in the northeast central region of the United States. Since Raleigh is part of the fall line, you will be able to witness many waterfalls appearing by the creeks and rivers that surround the area. The city of Raleigh is known to be one of the largest cities in the United States and the largest in the Research Triangle metro area with an estimated population of half a million inhabitants. Although most of the city is located in Wake County, a small portion of it extends further into Durham County as well. The history of the city can be traced back to 1792, and it’s a prime early example of a planned city in the United States. After the American Revolutionary War, in 1788, Raleigh was picked to be the state capital and the city was originally designed as a grid pattern. Overall, while visiting Raleigh, you will be able to enjoy history, nature, sports and much more.

Discover the vacation rentals

If you wish to plan your next vacation in Raleigh, you will be delighted to see the many vacation rentals that this city has to offer. You can find yourself in a city center property enjoying the skyline at night, you could dive into your private pool while having friends over in your suburb property, or even host a barbecue party in your garden. The choices are endless when you come to Raleigh.

Vacations in Raleigh

How to get there and what to do

Discover the capital city of North Carolina

Being the capital city of North Carolina, Raleigh has many options for you to pick from when deciding how to make your journey there. The interstate highways and transportation systems already make getting into the city easy. More than half of the United States population lives with a day drive or an hour flight away from Raleigh. If you wish to make your journey by train, the RDU International Airport should be your first choice. Always ranked as one of the most efficient airports in North America, you can easily reach the city center from the airport with just a bus or a taxi. However, traveling to Raleigh by bus can also be an option. The Greyhound bus service caters for most of the trips from outside the region. Within the area, the GoRaleigh, GoCary, R-LINE and Wolfline are the bus system providers you will be using. Lastly, you will also be able to find regional trains passing by Raleigh, as well as a national one that goes from Florida to New York. Once you arrive in Raleigh, you will be baffled by the beautiful historic monuments, the unique antebellum architecture and its stunning landscape.

Where to eat in Raleigh

The city of Raleigh is stock full of delicious restaurants that cater for any taste. Whether you want to experience the local cuisine and the traditional southern food or maybe try something more exotic, you surely will be able to find it in Raleigh. Head to Brewery Bhavana to try out one of the coolest restaurants in the world. This place is a mixture of being a restaurant, brewery flower garden and library. Some of the best dishes the menu has to offer are the seafood dumplings, the lo mein, the nasi goring crab fried rice and the general tso. Another unique restaurant in the area is the Second Empire Restaurant and Tavern. You will be welcomed in the Dodd-Hinsdale House, a mansion that was built in 1890, which was the former residence of the city’s mayor. In here you will be served a menu that includes classic seafood and steak to roasted duck.

Travelers and activities

Raleigh for outdoor activities

Spend some time outdoors while visiting Raleigh. One of the best ways to spend the day in Raleigh is to discover its many gardens. Take a walk around the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Gardens to find 2.4 acres of greenery and flowers, as well as a life-size sculpture of MLK. Another stunning garden to discover is the Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden. You will be able to find 60 different varieties of roses here and admire at its beautiful colors. For a more active option, take a hike through one of the many nature trails. One of the local favorites is the Neuse River Greenway Trail is a 27.5 miles paved trail that goes from the mountains to the sea while passing by historical sites, wetlands and more.

Raleigh for families

If you might be visiting Raleigh with your family, here are some fun activities that you can all enjoy together. For an entertaining and educational experience, visit the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. This is the southeast region’s largest natural history museum and its complete with exhibits, live animals and guided tours. To enjoy sports together, head over to the Daniel Dherts Sports Complex. This complex will provide you with an action sports facility in a 37,000 square feet area..

Did you know Raleigh has more than 40 free historic attractions and museums?

Top 5 travel tips for Raleigh

1. Pullen Park

Visit one of the world’s oldest amusement parks. This park was created in 1887 and was designed to be the first public park in the state. The park is also known for its recreational opportunities. Some of the attractions you will find include a carousel built-in 1911, a miniature train to ride in and pedal boats.

2. North Carolina Museum of Art

If you love art, do not miss out on this prime visual arts museum. You will be able to visit two buildings filled with galleries, educational studios and exhibits. However, there is also an outdoor area filled with stunning sculptures to admire.

3. Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve

Learn all about the local flora and fauna in this preserve. Immerse yourself in nature in the 140-acre park which was established over 40 years ago and hosts over 200 Hemlock trees. You will also be able to find walking and hiking trails here.

4. Pope House Museum

Dive into history while visiting this museum. Situated in the Pope House, which was built in 1901, the museum will allow you to learn about Dr. Manassa Thomas Pope, the only African American man to run for mayor of a southern capital during the Jim Crow Era.

5. Juniper Level Botanic Garden

For more nature excursions, spend a relaxing afternoon in this garden. Within the 28-acre you will be able to explore over 27,000 different types of native perennials, exotic plants, trees and much more.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Raleigh

How much do the vacation rentals in Raleigh cost on average?

Last year, rentals in Raleigh had an annual average price of around $267 per night.

During which months are vacation rentals cheaper in Raleigh?

After analyzing our data from last year, the months with the cheapest prices in Raleigh are June, August and April, with average prices of $196, $224, and $229, respectively.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Raleigh?

Following the data observed last year, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of October ($318), December ($313), and November ($309).

Is it necessary to plan a trip to Raleigh well in advance?

When going on vacation to Raleigh, it is necessary to think ahead as 64% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.

What time of the year can I find more available vacation rentals?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, June (with an availability of 75%), May (50%), and July (40%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

When are fewer rentals available in Raleigh?

The months with the lowest properties available in Raleigh are, in order, November, April, and March with respective average availability figures of 12%, 13%, and 14%, based on the previous year. During these three months, the availability is very low (13%). It is therefore preferable to book far in advance.

How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Raleigh?

We have grouped together the offers from 2 different partners in Raleigh, so we can offer you around 300 properties. You're going to have a hard time deciding which one to go with!

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