Relaxing Beach Getaways for Couples

by Casey Higgins | Posted: Jul 17, 2015 | Updated: Aug 15, 2016

Comments: 8 Comments

When you’re vacationing as a couple, a place to stay and maybe a suggestion for something good to eat is all you really need. How you fill your time is only limited by your imagination. Are you ready for the “stay here/eat this” part? Good. Plan away …

 

SANDBRIDGE —

Sandbridge Beach

This quiet beach community is south of the Virginia Beach resort area and populated by private vacation homes (available for rent). If you haven’t heard of it, that’s probably why. Three condominium options are available through various management companies as well: The Sanctuary, The Sandbridge Dunes, and The Seaside at Sandbridge.

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CAPE CHARLES

Bay Creek Resort & Golf Club

Bay Creek Resort & Golf Club

This sweet Chesapeake Bay beach town can be found on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The tide is calm, as is the town. Choose from several places to stay – a boutique hotel, resorts, B&Bs, and vacation rentals are available.

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 — CHINCOTEAGUE ISLAND

The Jackspot

The Jackspot

Stay in this little island fishing town to access Assateague Island National Seashore. Not long ago Coastal Living called it “America’s Happiest Seaside Town,” and you’re sure to see why when you spend time there. Vacation rentals, hotels, and bed and breakfasts are awaiting your arrival.

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8 Comments

Gale says:

Would love to know of resorts that have deals for solo travelers

Sarah says:

I’ve been going to Chincoteague for 30 years and I refuse to go to AJs on the Creek. The service is TERRIBLE, especially if you are from out of town. I can’t believe anyone would list this place as a place to go with so many better choices, i.e. Steamers, Bills, and Don’s/Chattie’s .

Mon Zamora says:

Chincoteague Island is great, is has a nice pristine beach. We were here this summer and liked it a lot. Check out our photos here:

http://whatwedidlastweekend.org/ourtripstonature/2016/7/17/chincoteague-beach

We had dinner in Spotlight with a great view of the sunset over the marshes.

Mon Zamora says:

I think Chincoteague Island is the way to go. It has a nice pristine beach. We went this summer and liked it a lot. Check our photos here:

http://whatwedidlastweekend.org/ourtripstonature/2016/7/17/chincoteague-beach

We had dinner in Spotlight with a great view of the sunset over the marshes.

Barbara says:

Inquiring about handicap places to stay and things to do. My husband is in a wheelchair, does not walk.

Karen says:

Wondering the samething my husband is handicap has well

Keith Carey says:

Never heard of Sandbridge. Looks wonderful for June to August.

Manderly says:

Sandbridge is awesome, its where the locals go to avoid the dirty resort area that is the ocean front