Midcentury boho beach house with tons of space for friends & family.

100 miles from NYC in Barnegat Point, Long Beach Island, New Jersey.

Five bedrooms, seven beds, sleeps up to ten guests.

Walk to the beach, game room, loaner bicycles and beach stuff, outdoor shower, fire pit, dining deck, games and projector in living room.

On Long Beach Island, NJ, stylish midcentury cottage Goldie Point is here to host your beach, seafood, surfing, hiking and biking adventures. Pre-Memorial Day, its private beaches are nearly empty, free of the tourists that arrive in high summer. Handy items like beach umbrellas, chairs, beach passes and towels are provided – plus a wagon for beach transport, less than a 10 minute walk through beautiful boardwalked trails.

With four bedrooms, and seven beds, up to 10 guests can sleep at Goldie Point. On the main floor, a fully outfitted kitchen features GE Café appliances and is stocked with everything you need to whip up a meal. Enjoy it alfresco on the deck, or opt for in its cute dining room. This space is shared with the living room, stocked with games and a projector for rainy days.

Upstairs, a loft space is great for families, with two beds in a lofted main space and a private bedroom. These rooms share one of two bathrooms. Also great for kids (or adults) is the basement space, with a ping pong table.

This bohemian beach cottage is a 10 minute walk through gorgeous board-walked dunes surrounded by pine trees to its clean, serene beach. While you’re in town, put these gems on your itinerary:

  • Stock up on supplies at Viking Village, with a seafood shop, boutique shopping, and fresh farm market Frank’s;
  • Surfing within walking distance, less than 10 minutes from the front door to the beach;
  • Bike up and down Long Beach Island with Goldie Point’s guest bikes;
  • Visit Barnegat Lighthouse State Park, with picturesque beach to walk, lighthouse to explore, and trails through forest to hike;
  • Sample the local fare at Daymark for fresh seafood, Russo’s Italian for pizza, grab a sandwich or stock up on market items at The Local. (All these businesses are open year-round!)