Condo vacation rentals in Raleigh
There are 246 beachfront rentals near Raleigh for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget.
So, if you are hoping for an affordable condo in Raleigh, you can find 10% of the condos available for under $62/night.
Or if you are eager and able to splurge on a luxury vacation in Raleigh, there are 25 condos for rent between $277 and $680/night.
Whether you are traveling by yourself, with a significant other, or a family of five, there are available condos for rent to make your North Carolina vacation a great experience which is completely in your control.
Your Raleigh vacation should be as relaxing as possible, it’s vacation after all. When you are in a condo, you have the opportunity to make this vacation dream a reality.
Most of the condos for rent in Raleigh have a full size kitchen so that meal time is more customized and at your own speed. An additional bonus of booking a condo in Raleigh for your vacation is the availablity of washers and dryers in unit; a major plus when packing light.
Raleigh has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity for its number of available condo properties.
VacationRenter offers a wide selection of available beach vacation rentasl from leading travel sites like VRBO (Vacation Rentals By Owner), Homeaway, Booking.com, and many more.
Search your travel dates to find available Raleigh vacation homes for your beach trip.
Where is Raleigh
When visitors to Raleigh, North Carolina, want to check out the city's food and shopping scene, they head downtown. Chock full of trendy boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and bars, three downtown districts stands out for day-long excitement.
Quick Guide to Raleigh
Add these unique downtown areas to your itinerary when exploring Raleigh:
- Fayetteville Street: This downtown business and commerce hub is a popular destination for dining and entertainment in the evening. In the summer, stop by City Plaza to explore the Downtown Farmers' Market.
- Warehouse District: This artsy neighborhood features red brick warehouses that have been turned into trendy shops, galleries, restaurants, and bars. Favorite stops include the Contemporary Art Museum and the Morgan Street Food Hall, featuring over 60 shops and food vendors.
- Glenwood South: Head to this neighborhood for some of the best shopping in town. When your legs need a rest, stop by at Raleigh Beer Garden, a trendy micro-pub, featuring the largest selection of tap beer in the world.
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