Best vacation home deals in Long Island
Compare and find a vacation home matching your needs among the 4,405 beautiful vacation rentals from numerous providers in Long Island. By comparing these properties, HomeToGo highlights the best deals and the most popular accommodations in Long Island.
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Price and Availability Index Long Island
Vacation Rental Price Information in Long Island
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months in Long Island. Long Island is more expensive in June (6/30 - 7/7), where prices are on average $948 a night. Prices decrease in October to an average of $721 per night (10/20 - 10/27).
Rental Availability Information in Long Island
This graph shows the vacation rental availability rate for the next twelve months. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of June (6/30 - 7/7), as 53% of the rentals are booked. It will be easy to find a rental that suits you in a week of September (9/29 - 10/6), as 82% of the rentals are still available.
The weather in Long Island
This is the climate diagram in Long Island. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 84° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 23°. According to the climate diagram, December is the rainiest month of the year in Long Island.
A perfect mix of culture and nature with vacation homes in Long Island
Just outside of New York, you'll find vacation homes on Long Island to suit your style. Whether you want a loft-like apartment or a country escape, your rental won't be far from fabulous culture and the Atlantic coastline. What more could you wish for?
Famous for its wine
Tour the scenic vineyards in this part of the country, or sample some of their outputs at one of many wineries. Wine tastings are a fun way of increasing your appreciation of one of life's great pleasures. Long Island is famous for its wine, but why not try a brewery tour? The beverage is gaining popularity on the island, and dozens of craft breweries have opened their doors all along the coast. The best news is that you'll be escorted between breweries by a professional driver.
Long Island for little people
There's so much to do with children on Long Island. From fruit picking in the summer to farms, zoos, and amusement parks - you're guaranteed to have a blast. Long Island Farm Country combines the bucolic bliss of the area with petting zoos, fruit picking, and tasty treats. Children never forget summer camp on Long Island where they get to explore all its outward bound activities and cultural attractions with newfound best friends.
Sights to long for
The family abode of the famous 26th President of the United States, this Summer White House was selected for the splendor of its natural surroundings and attracted international attention during Theodore Roosevelt's presidency. Guided tours welcome you into the president's world and a fascinating period of history.
Old Westbury Gardens
It's no surprise that Old Westbury Gardens features on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by Englishman George Crawley, their 200 acres surround his Charles II style mansion. Discover formal gardens profuse with scenic vistas, lakes and elegance.
Nassau County Museum of Art
This cultural resource has a wonderful art collection, featuring extraordinary creations by leading artists. See art interact with nature in the delightful sculpture garden, learn about historical art movements, and enjoy screenings of art house movies and documentaries. Summer art studios engage the community with an exhilarating array of events and programs.
Robert Moses State Park
Four million annual visitors to this delightful beachfront park, and who can blame them? An 18 hole pitch and put course, volleyball courses, and surf shops provide hours of entertainment during your blissful vacation.
Surf and bathe in the Atlantic ocean, or hop aboard one of 150 boats moored at the marina and head out into the deep blue. Be sure to visit the Seafood Shack for scrumptious meals you can savor as you look out over that seemingly endless ocean.
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