Bay Head Vacation Rentals

Vacationers, welcome to Bay Head, casual elegance with a beach of natural dunes and ocean and bay view rentals on the Jersey Shore. Our listings of summer houses, cottages, condos and apartments are unique vacation rentals offered by their individual owners. Contact owners directly to book your vacation in a home away from home.

A quiet beach town with affordable getaways, nearby Spring Lake provides a similar standard of upscale summer vacaction.

Greetings from Bay Head, NJ!

Bay Head located on the Jersey Shore the last stop on the New Jersey Coastline Train, Bay Head is the beginning of a string of classic New Jersey beachfront towns that are more Hamptons than Honky-Tonk.Find a weekly rental or ask about extended winter rentals. Bay Head is close to many four season activities, shore restaurants, and entertainments.

While the carnival boardwalk, bars and amusement park of Point Pleasant is just a traffic circle away to the north, a visitor in Bay Head NJ could easily think he had stumbled back in time - before boardwalks were commercialized - In Bay Head, the ocean front is lined with large, shingle-style beachfront mansions that sit majestically behind the sand dunes or nearby the bay. Family vacation rentals are highly valued here.

On charming Main Street vacationers can find affordable accommodations in studio and two bedroom apartment rentals. These great summer rental deals on summer getaways for July 4th and weekly rentals in July and August are just one block to the beach.

Bay Head is nestled between Point Pleasant Beach and Mantoloking. In the last century, the town was the summer retreat for the wealthy. Today, they are the beautifully maintained homes of a wealthy population, with quiet safe streets, and garden-party beauty. There is a boardwalk, however, it is a narrow set of planks that sits directly on the sandy front yards of these incredible beachfront homes. Lifeguards are on hand for the summer months.

The rental market is tight and places get snapped up when the snow is still on the ground.