Whether you're heading south for the winter or looking for a month-long summer getaway with the whole family, we've got a long-term vacation rental for you. Our monthly vacation rentals span from coast to coast, satisfying sunshine seekers of all kinds.
If you're in the market for a snowbird retreat, let us host you next season. Each winter, hundreds of thousands of visitors spend a month or more in Florida alone (and that’s not counting long-term vacationers in Texas, Arizona, California, and beyond). Vacasa manages a wide selection of long-term vacation rentals in all of those destinations.
Whether you’re searching for a rental at your favorite yearly spot or you’re looking to explore somewhere new, you’ll find just the right long-term vacation rental to call home.
When you’re planning a winter getaway, details matter. That’s why you’re better off staying in a vacation rental than in a hotel. Browse a few of our highlighted rentals to kickstart your winter plans—or just to feed your warm-weather daydreams.
From the hottest spots in Hawaii to hidden gems in Florida, let us show you around a few of our favorite destinations for escaping wintry weather.
In many cases, yes. If your reservation is eligible for a discount, you’ll see that reflected in the price when you book. Our long-term reservation sales specialists can also help answer any questions about discounts. Call 850-378-4649 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No—you can make a partial payment if you book at least 45 days before your trip. If the cost of your reservation is between $2,000 and $9,999, 50% is due at the time of booking. If the cost of your reservation is over $10,000, 25% is due at the time of booking.
If you make a partial payment, the remainder must be paid 30 days before the start of your trip.
With a snowbird or monthly reservation, you may receive reductions in some fees, such as the pet fee, hot tub fee, parking fee, or damage waiver.
Our cancellation policy is also more flexible for long-term reservations:
A snowbird is someone who spends the winter in a warm climate. We use the term “snowbird rentals” for homes that allow longer stays (over 28 nights).
Florida, Alabama, Texas, North Carolina, and South Carolina are the most common snowbird destinations.
This can vary by location, but snowbird season in the southern U.S. is typically the winter months, December through March. Other markets host longer stays in the summer months—for instance, North Carolina is a fantastic place to find a lake home for the summer.