8 Cheap Florida Vacation Rentals Still Available For December 2019
If you're dreading the cold in your city, escape to Florida this winter. Check out these 8 cheap Florida vacation rentals that are still available this December. At $85 or less a night, these cozy getaways will warm up your winter on the cheap.
Price Per Night: $52
Address or Neighborhood: Daytona Beach
Why You Need To Go: Gaze at the ocean from this charming beach condo. This view is the stuff of vacation dreams.
Tarpon Springs Cottage
Price Per Night: $57
Address Or Neighborhood: Downtown Tarpon Springs
Why You Need To Go: Stay in this adorable cottage outside Tampa. It's just a 10-minute drive to the beach!
"The Lido" Tiny House
Price Per Night: $85
Address Or Neighborhood: Downtown Sarasota
Why You Need To Go: "The Lido" in Sarasota is a. This house for two is the perfect romantic getaway.
Redington Beach Condo
Price Per Night: $30
Address Or Neighborhood: Redington Beach
Why You Need To Go: This condo outside Tampa is a steal. Enjoy the heated pool and nearby beach for just $30 a night.
Sanctuary Of Light Bungalow
Price Per Night: $60
Address Or Neighborhood: Pensacola
Why You Need To Go: This picturesque bungalow in Pensacola is a great place for two. Enjoy the peace and privacy.
Suwannee River Sanctuary
Price Per Night: $60
Address Or Neighborhood: Old Town
Why You Need To Go: Thisoffers a relaxing getaway in North Florida. Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Tiny Barn At Windy Oaks
Price Per Night: $79
Address Or Neighborhood: Crystal River
Why You Need To Go: Relax beneath live oak trees at this charming. You can even bring your dog!
Price Per Night: $84
Address Or Neighborhood: Miami
Why You Need To Go: Take a dip in the pool or enjoy the terrace at this cozy Miami studio. You'll be close to everything Miami has to offer.
Whether you're looking for a beachfront condo or a tiny barn house, you can stay for cheap this December in Florida. Book your stay soon and make this winter a relaxing one.
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