You & Your Friends Can Rent This Floating "Houseboat" Near North Carolina For Super Cheap
It was even once featured on HGTV!
One of the main things that draw people to Charleston is the gorgeous seaside views thanks to its location as a port city. If you're drawn to the water and want to spend some extra time basking in all things aquatic, you can actually spend the night floating on the marina in this unique Airbnb near North Carolina, all for a super affordable price.
This adorable houseboat, adjacent to downtown Charleston, is the perfect opportunity to venture outside the North Carolina coast into some warmer neighboring waters.
"A Pirates Life For Me" can host you and up to three other guests in the one-bedroom, one-bathroom setup. You might've seen this gem featured on Tiny House Hunters on HGTV, but now is your opportunity to rent it yourself.
There's a surprisingly spacious living area, multiple sundecks equipped with a cooler, a bathroom with working hot water and shower, and all the amenities you could ever want.
Although there's not a full kitchen with a stovetop and oven, there's a coffee maker and mini-fridge, perfect for a brew on the water while watching the dolphins play.
The houseboat is located on the marina, which is super peaceful and free of a lot of "sea-traffic," as the boat only shares the marina with the five other houseboats and one mega yacht. It's also minutes away from the downtown attractions.
If this adorable getaway is all booked up, don't fret. This is one of six rentable houseboats from the same owner.
Bookings are super affordable, especially during the offseason. You're looking for the most bang for your buck, your stay can start at $108 a night for a minimum two-nights during the week (before service fees).
The cost inches up the more people you add, with stays starting at $213 a night for four people.
If you're not down for the road trip, you can vacation inor both within North Carolina borders.
A Pirates Life For Me Airbnb
Address: Downtown Charleston, SC
Why You Need To Go: You don't ever have to leave the water's side on this unique floating Airbnb.