Ashe Splashe is a beautiful, all-Dade County-pine, two-story house on Ashe Street, one of the quietest, most residential streets in Key West's historic Old Town, near Truman Avenue. All of Old Town's attractions and beaches are just minutes away. Within a three-minute walk, you will find a specialty grocery store, wine/liquor shop, renowned deli/caterer, Sandy's famous Cuban sandwich-and-coffee cafe, good restaurants and many other amenities. Key West life at its finest!
We generally occupy Ashe Splashe from the first of December through the end of April. Currently we have availability beginning May 1, 2022.
The rate for Summer (June-September) is $5000 per month.
The rate for Fall (October and November) is $6500. per month.
Sorry, Ashe Splashe is fully booked for the winter season of 2021/2021.
Please contact us, the owners, directly. We manage reservations for our house personally. We also employ a wonderful agency in Key West to prep the house, hand over keys and provide assistance to our guests.
A full refund is provided if you need to cancel 30 days or more before your rental period begins.
Sorry, but the MINIMUM RENTAL IS 28 DAYS. This minimum is mandated by the City of Key West and we abide by it without exception.
The first floor consists of a breezy front porch, the kitchen and a large living room that opens onto a bricked pool area. On this floor there is also a full bath and a tv den. The den converts to a third via a queensize Murphy bed that is stored behind louvered doors.
The second floor has two very spacious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. Each bedroom has its own porch, shaded by palms, overlooking Ashe Street in front or the pool area off the rear bedroom. The floor plan offers superb privacy for the two master bedrooms. The first floor tv den provides a third bedroom perfect for children or extra guests.
The lighted, heated pool is well lit, inviting you to take evening swims.
Tropical colors and accessories add to the authentic Key West experience.
Ashe Splashe was featured in the November/December 2008 issue of COTTAGE LIVING magazine under the title, "We Evoked the Best of Old Key West" and in the January 2013 issue of the British magazine HOMES & ANTIQUES under the title, "Winter Sun."
The house was meticulously restored in 2006 and, in 2007, awarded a coveted ceramic star, the highest preservation award by the Historic Florida Keys Foundation. The spacious rooms are built entirely of wood—even the ceilings—in the tradition of original Key West architecture. Antique flooring and details are paired with three new baths and a state-of-the-art kitchen with stainless appliances, offering you charm and comfort.