Galveston In-Town cottage, 1 block to the beach, recreation center and restaurants. Only 3 blocks to the Pleasure Pier and shopping. Oma's II offers 2 houses on 1 lot with a total of 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bath.
Oma's II offers 2 houses on 1 lot with a total of 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bath. The front Oma's Haus has hardwood floors throughout except tile in kitchen and bathroom, fully stocked kitchen and spacious rooms! In the living is a sectional sofa for lots of seating space which also converts to a queen sleeper, a TV with air channels and a DVD player. The front bedroom offers a queen bed and sitting area. The middle room sleeps 2 on a king size bed. The back bedroom has a pyramid bunk with 2 twin cots sleeping a total of 9 comfortably! The back house is 2 stories, living, dining/ kitchen combo and a half bath on the first floor and 2 bedrooms, 1 full bath upstairs. Sleeping for an additional 8 with a king in 1 bedroom and 2 pyramid bunks, a full sized bed in the other. A shared deck is situated between the two. Oma's Haus offers a front porch looking at the beach and Pleasure Pier. Unique parking with a fenced gateway for the convenience of pulling boats through. In the fenced backyard you'll enjoy the gulf breezes while barbequing and enjoying some Island down time! This cottage is a block from the beach, the neighborhood park, skate park, tennis courts, air conditioned recreation center that offers daily activities and fitness center!
Upon completing a reservation I will email you our rental agreement that explains check-in, check-out, what to bring and who to call.
Rentals include furnishings, linens, kitchen equipment, appliances, heating and air conditioning.
What to bring: A. We do not furnish foods of any kind such as seasonings, condiments, etc., grilling supplies such as fluid, charcoal, personal soaps such as shampoo body wash, etc. or cleaning supplies such as dish soap, laundry soap, etc. B. A "starter" supply of paper products such as toilet paper, paper towels, garbage bags, etc. are in each unit, the renter is responsible for additional products during their stay. C. Beach and Pool items: towels, chairs, umbrellas, sun block, repellents and toys!
The leaseholder is at least 25 years old.
House occupancy will not be exceeded.
Loud music and noise is prohibited.
All cars & guests will be registered with the rental office at check-in, and all cars will be parked in the driveway.
When parking cars on the street, vehicular traffic will not be impeded. Posted street signage (speed limits, parking) will be obeyed.
Cars will not be parked on lawns or in a neighbor’s driveway.
Vehicles will not be driven or parked anywhere where not allowed. Motor homes, campers and tents are prohibited and may not be parked or hooked up at rental homes.
Only people with a valid driver’s license may operate a golf cart. Police will issue tickets.
Non street-licensed vehicles (such as 4 wheelers, go carts, dirt bikes, scooters, ATVs, etc.) are not permitted anywhere on Galveston Island. Barbeque grilling on decks is strictly prohibited; it is a fire hazard.
RAIL WARNINGS- It is extremely important that all guests be aware to never place weight on the railings. We encourage caution and awareness when on decks and balconies. Bolts can become compromised due to the corrosive nature of the saltwater climate in Galveston.
Hanging or throwing items from balconies is prohibited.
Only registered pets are allowed in SOME rental homes and a $75 non-refundable fee has been collected. Leash laws must be obeyed at all times.
While boating, “No Wake” rules in the canals will be obeyed.
At canal homes, fishing lights must be turned off when not in use.
The property is NON-SMOKING. Smokers will smoke outside and dispose of butts properly.
Fish will be cleaned where caught. The remains will be carefully wrapped in plastic bags and placed in outdoor trash cans.
Help keep Galveston clean! Garbage will be put in securely tied plastic bags and placed in the trash bins provided.
In the case of a mandatory evacuation, Guests agree to evacuate homes as per City of Galveston orders.
In the case of evacuation, the decision to re-enter the house is solely that of the Property Mgt. Company.
Seaweed cannot be relocated on the beach without a permit. However, clearing a pathway to the water with a hand rake is allowed.