Welcome to Life's a Beach Cottage! We are 2 houses from the beach and 2 blocks from downtown Bay St. Louis. Our cottage, has two (2) Bedrooms and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room, can sleep six (6) comfortably. There are two (2) Televisions, WI-FI, smoke-free interior, full kitchen, and an ADA accessible shower. It's furnished in comfortable beachy furnishings, hardwood floors, and central air and heat and in the cold winter months, there is also a fireplace available.. There is a full size stove, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, washing machine, and dryer. The front porch is setup with a swing, table, chairs and a charcoal grill. Curl up in the swing and read your favorite book.
'Life's A Beach' Cottage is walking distance to many restaurants, shops and churches and only a short drive to local casinos, golfing, tennis, boating, bike trails antique shopping, swimming, and fishing. There are many festivals and fun things to keep you occupied during your visit. Second Saturday (the Second Saturday of each month) is always a blast with downtown streets blocked off to accommodate bands, various entertainment and vendors set up to market their local art or products. Bay St. Louis was named one of the top ten small beach towns in the country, in 'THE BEST LITTLE BEACH TOWNS' in Coastal Living Magazine, September 2010 and also one of Budget Travel's 'Coolest Small Towns', for 2013. There is an app you can download to your smart phone to help you explore Old Town. Come see us, you can stay busy or do absolutely nothing.
There are lots of things to entertain you with: Swamp Tours, NASA test site tours, and Crosby Arboretum (Picayune). Take a ride on a John Deere to see and feed the animals at Global Wildlife Center, the largest totally free-roaming wildlife preserve of its kind, with over 4000 exotic, endangered, and threatened animals from all over the world. New Orleans is less than an hour away with: Historic French Quarter, French Market, World War II Museum, Aquarium of the Americas, IMAX Theater, Audubon Zoo, hundreds of restaurants with as many types of cuisine... don't forget the beignets at Café Du Monde'. There is the 'French Quarter Fest, Jazz Fest, Plantation Tours, Wooden Boat Fest(Madisonville), Strawberry Fest, and there's more...
If you travel east to Gulfport/Biloxi, there are malls, a water park, a Children's Museum, Beauvoir (Thomas Jefferson's Biloxi home), Mad Potter Museum, more casinos, plus more. Take the boat to Ship Island for a nice day on the water and fun in the sun. Biloxi has Maritime & Seafood Museum, Sunset cruises on the Biloxi Schooners & many other possibilities. you can ask the owner for suggestions. Please remember your sunscreen...