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Vacation rental houses in Tampa

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Top-rated houses in Tampa

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Thistle Roost House: Minutes to Downtown & Ybor
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Entire residential home · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
Thistle Roost House: Minutes to Downtown & YborThistle Roost is nestled within the Historic District neighborhood of Seminole Heights. A conveniently located home with two bedrooms, full kitchen, living room, large patio and large yard to enjoy. We are centrally located within minutes of Downtown Tampa (3.0 miles) , Historic Ybor (3.5 miles), Amalie Arena (4.1 miles) Raymond James Stadium (4.0 miles), Busch Gardens (3.2 miles) , and Port Tampa (Cruise Port: 4.0 miles), Tampa International Airport (4.5miles)
NEW! Cute and cozy
Entire residential home · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
NEW! Cute and cozyWe always guarantee a beautiful and clean space. A nice and cozy two bedrooms and one bath, its a brand new mobile home unit split in two, you will have your own private entry and parking, separate from the other one. Feel like home and conveniently come and go as you please. Airport (TIA)-14min Downtown Tampa-20mins Raymond James Stadium-15mins International Mall-15min Busch Gardens/Adventure Island water park- 25mins
Ariel's Lakeside Retreat
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Private room · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 shared bath
Ariel's Lakeside RetreatA Contemporary open concept Lake House, with a pool. Tile floors throughout. Bedroom has all new furniture and a TV with a Roku. Kitchen is newly remolded with all new appliances. Smoking is permitted outside the house and there is Plenty of seating and a couple tables out there for relaxing while looking at the lake (amazing views), there are also sun-tanning chairs as well. The bathroom and living spaces are shared but the bedroom is completely private with a turn lock inside the room.

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Popular house amenities in Tampa

  • Pool
  • Air conditioning
  • Wifi
  • Hot tub
  • Kitchen

Apartments in Tampa

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Private Apartment near the airport
$43 per night
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1 bedroom luxury apartment
$41 per night
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Deluxe and cozy apartment.
$43 per night
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Villa Albolay near the airport/1 queenbed/1 sofabed
$50 per night
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Villa Milian
$50 per night
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The wonderful place to get a vacation
$65 per night
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Peaceful in Paradise @ 1BR | SoHo + Balcony + Pool
$95 per night
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Gardenia Paradise Large open concept Studio.
$57 per night
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Shopping + Sports @ 1BR Near Raymond James Stadium
$74 per night
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Independent small apartment, clean and cozy
$49 per night
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Blue dream
$42 per night
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Plantation Rest
$41 per night

Pet-friendly houses

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Comfy bedroom on W Shore Blvd, 15 min from airport
$50 per night
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"Tranquil Palms" pool home - Walk to the stadium!
$193 per night
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Villa Paraiso
$60 per night
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Private Pool House near Seminole Heights and River
$145 per night
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Leisure Corner
$70 per night
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Quiet and Cozy Cottage Near downtown-zoo-bush**
$93 per night
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Super Bowl getaway
$125 per night
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Spectacular Modern Designer Home - Walk to Ybor
$135 per night
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Single Family Pool Home, Close to Downtown Tampa!
$136 per night
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Happy Place B
$89 per night
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Seminole Hgts private *cute and cozy*
$84 per night
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Rustic Space in the heart of South Tampa
$105 per night

Houses with pools

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Huge Private bedroom in Tampa
$40 per night
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Tropical Serenity
$101 per night
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Island Charmer
$85 per night
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The T and C Club
$182 per night
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Charming Bungalow on ½-acre w Pool & Fire Pit
$160 per night
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  2. Progress Village
Room 2 private room in a beautiful clean home
$38 per night
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Private Room in a Beautiful Tampa Home With Pool!!
$50 per night
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Private Room in a Beautiful Tampa Home With Pool 2
$44 per night
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Liz's Tampa Get-A-Way
$41 per night
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Home Away From Home - 1 Bedroom in Pool House!
$45 per night
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TAMPA OCEAN PARADISE, VIEWS LOW NOV RATES BOOK NOW
$127 per night
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Private 1 Bed Apt with Private Pool on the Water
$69 per night

Your guide to Tampa

All About Tampa

Tampa blends the bustle of a commercial hub with the subtropical charms of a winter resort. The city is the Tampa Bay Area’s cultural center as well, with a buzzy restaurant scene, art museums, and theaters. As you’d expect, given the winter and spring tourism, activities for visitors with relaxation on the brain are plentiful. But Tampa is a locals’ town, too, as you’ll discover by meandering around the hip neighborhoods of Seminole and Hyde Park or joining the joggers on the 2.6-mile Riverwalk, which cuts through the heart of town. Many visitors spend at least one day beach-hopping on the Gulf Coast, migrating from Clearwater Beach to Indian Rocks Beach and Treasure Island.


How do I get around Tampa?

There are plenty of direct flights from around the United States to Tampa International Airport (TPA). Amtrak’s Silver Service and Palmetto train lines connect Tampa to New York and Miami, as do Greyhound buses and several motor coach companies. You can rent a car at the airport or at rental sites around the Tampa Bay Area, or take the bus, an airport shuttle, or a rideshare to your destination.

Driving is the most convenient way to explore the broader Tampa Bay Area, but in the central city you won’t need a car. Along with an extensive public bus system, there are a number of ways to get around downtown Tampa, including the TECO Line Streetcar, free Downtowner shuttles, a water taxi, and bike shares.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tampa?

Although locals may sense more subtle shifts in the weather, there are two major seasons in Tampa: a hot, rainy summer and a perfectly pleasant fall, winter, and spring. From June to October, the temperatures peak in the 90s Fahrenheit during the day and cool to the 70s at night, which isn’t very cool at all. Thunderstorms are frequent, tropical storms regularly pass through the area, and the humidity skyrockets.

From November through May, the heat settles down into more comfortable ranges — 60s and 70s Fahrenheit — and the rains come infrequently. You’ll want to pack a light jacket for the evenings, and perhaps a few sweaters in case December and January see one of their occasional cold snaps, but there’s a reason many people spend the winter here.


What are the top things to do in Tampa?

Ybor City

A historic Cuban American enclave that is now the center of LGBTQ+ life in Tampa, Ybor City blends the old and the new in colorful and charming ways. You can take a cigar tour to learn more about the neighborhood’s best-known industry, eat at least one of the Cuban sandwiches that may have originated here (Miami begs to differ, naturally), and explore the area’s abundant nightlife.

Clearwater Beach

Just 35 minutes west of Tampa, you’ll find a chain of slender barrier islands and some of the Gulf of Mexico’s most stunning beaches. Clearwater Beach offers the white sands and warm waters you’d hope for, along with restaurants, bars, and tourist services. Just north of Clearwater is the undeveloped Caladesi Island State Park, where you can steer a kayak through the mangroves or wander along nature trails.