Bay St. Louis, Mississippi

MISSISSIPPI BEACH RENTALS

Both The Cottage and The Bay House are within a 3 minute walk to the beach and a 10 minute walk to Old Town. 

The boat launch is also located at the end of our street along with a fishing pier open to the public.

A new welcome station has been built with bathrooms and an outdoor shower for your convenience.

We have beach carts, chairs, umbrellas and beach towels for your use. Just pack your clothes and food and you are ready for a great vacation in Bay St. Louis.


Here are a few of our favorite places to eat and things to do:


The Purple Banana frozen yogurt shop is a short walk into Old Town. Go to the end of our street and take a left onto Beach Blvd and once you cross the rail road tracks, Purple Banana is on your left.


For you dining pleasure, a few feet away from Purple Banana on the beach side of the street you will see The Blind Tiger, which has great burgers, fish tacos, shrimp, daily specials and cocktails.

Trapani’s and North Beach are two other restaurants located within a few steps from Blind Tiger, just across the street.

For poor boys, roast beef sandwiches and great fried seafood, try Little Joe’s located at the Train Depot (128 Blaize Ave), you can’t go wrong!

If fishing is your thing, pack your pole and walk to the end of our street, past the beach pavilion to the fishing pier. There is a tackle shop located toward the RR tracks on Washington Street for bait and tackle.

Here are some more of our favorite activities and great to do to get to know Bay St Louis and the surrounding areas:


The Bay St. Louis Trolley (free) runs from Old Town to Silver Slipper Casino. The schedule is at the Welcome Center at the Train Depot.

A day trip to Ship Island (pack a picnic lunch and enjoy the day – don’t forget we have a picnic pack with plastic cups, plates and utensils all in a bag that can be found in the far right base cabinet on the wall with the sink and dishwasher).

A day fishing/educational trip leaving from the pier right next to Hard Rock Casino in Biloxi – you not only fish, but they drag for shrimp and teach you all of the aquatic life that they gathered in the shrimp nets when they bring them on board.

How about a train tour of Biloxi – great way to get to know the town without getting lost!


Want to know how beer is brewed, take the Lazy Magnolia Brewery tour.

Golf at Hollywood Casino and Diamondhead Golf Course..


For all upcoming events, copy this link into your browser:  http://baystlouis39520.wixsite.com/events

This website is a great resource for all things Gulf Coast!   http://www.gulfcoast.org/

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