Behind a Tybee Island picket fence you’ll always find a happy little cottage by the sea. This one in particular is no exception. It’s Key Lime Parrot circa 1936. This little color box is so bright and cheerful, you’ll know you’re in for a grand, Tybee Island getaway. You already know how cute and adorable Mermaid Cottages are and the details in this cottage deserve a closer look.
Pull up to this Tybee Island picket fence and your excitement will start to build even before you get your car in park. The key lime green exterior lets you know it’s Tybee Time and you’ve got to be smiling as you enter.
Step inside the door and the stresses and the worries of the world fade away as easy listening tunes waft through the air. Mermaid Frances Kaye is the caretaker of this tiny house and she takes great pride in staging it to perfection.
All through the cottage, a flock of random parrots and tropical birds sit perched and ready to welcome you. This colorful pair sits above the kitchen sink to remind you to look out and enjoy the view while you’re preparing your tropical meals.
Tybee Island is well know for its spectacular sunrises and sunsets, but if you should miss any you can always make your own. This stunning light fixture hangs over the dining room table and it’s outrageously fun!
The beachy décor is so cool, even this lamps wear flip flops!
You’ll find several mermaids who hang out around the cottage. This little beauty hails from Apalachicola, Florida!
You won’t have any problem remembering you’re right by the ocean. Just look at these swimming beauties. You’ll find them in the sink in one of the bathrooms!
Everyone know a proper Tybee Island cottage comes with a sensational porch. You’ll know you’re ready for some porch sitting when you see this cute sign.
Fall is a perfect time of year to come and enjoy this happy little house behind a Tybee Island picket fence. Reserve your stay right on our website or give our Mermaid-on-Duty a call at 912.704.4618. We’ll be waiting!