This quaint property is a classic LBI house. Our pet friendly bungalow is on the protected waterfront of Kinsey Cove. You can launch your boat from the boat ramp that is around the corner, dock it at the house (up to 30') and access Barnegat Bay in minutes.
You are only a short walk to popular 80th st beach in Harvey Cedars and even closer to the bay.
Everything you need is within walking distance. It would be very easy to stay here for a week without ever getting in your car or even putting shoes on.
Guests are permitted access to everything in the house except for the area of the garage which is partitioned off.
INTERACTION WITH GUESTS:
Feel free to contact Matt with any questions.
Our friend, Gary, keeps his sail boat on the cove in exchange for watching over the property while we aren't there. He occasionally swings by to use his boat on weekends. He generally access his boat from the neighbor's property and you likely wont even notice him. Feel free to say "hello" or just ignore each other!!
You are a 3 minute walk to the beach.
You are a 1 minute walk to the bay (ideal for sunsets).
You are already on the cove.
Launch your boat around the block and keep it at the house during your stay.
The Plantation is a popular bar/restaurant on the same block. Neptune Liquors is also on the same block. Harvey Cedars Shellfish, Black Eyed Susan's (award winning, make reservations early!) are two more excellent restaurants. Neptune Market and Deli (same block) can satisfy many grocery and sundry needs.
It is highly recommended that you order groceries ahead of time for pick-up or delivery. Summer weekends will be very busy and there is often traffic.
Shoprite in Manahawkin allows you to order online and arrange delivery:
And don't forget to visit the Harvey Cedars Ice Cream Parlor (HCICP) while you're here.
The area is very walkable, but we advise that you rent bikes or bring your own for ease and comfort.
There is ample parking.
Also, be sure to make use of the free LBI shuttle. Uber and Lyft are often available during the summer.+ More