Interesting Mesquite, Nevada Vacation Rentals for the Holiday Season

A warm, sunny place to gather for the holidays means that you get to ditch the cold while you celebrate. And no one has to clean their house for guests because you’ve discovered the magic of vacation rentals for the holiday season.

Even if you live in a place with a pleasant winter climate, you may still want to look at vacation rentals for the holiday season.

Either way, meeting family or friends for the holidays has some advantages over hosting people at your house.

You can pick a place close to a major tourist destination. This increases the chances of finding deals on flights. High demand for tourist destinations creates incentives for multiple airlines to offer service and discount deals.

No one’s house gets messed up by having house guests.

You can pick a place with enough rooms or beds for everyone to sleep comfortably. No one needs to get stuck on an air mattress or sleeping in a kid’s room with dolls and action figures.

You can pick a central location that reduces travel distances for you and your guests.

Vacation rentals for the holiday season open up many possibilities. You can select a location with amenities and nearby attractions that excite you and your companions.

Popular amenities for vacation rentals include:

  • Golfing
  • Pools
  • Hot tubs
  • Garages
  • Handicap access

Vacation Rentals for the Holiday Season in Mesquite, Nevada

If your group wants a warm place in a quiet desert setting, take a look at Mesquite, Nevada. It’s east of Las Vegas and close to the Utah border. It’s close enough to Las Vegas that you can shop for airline deals for Las Vegas.

When I lived in Las Vegas, my husband and I liked to stay in Mesquite to get away from the big city.

Mesquite is ideal if you enjoy desert landscapes and golf but don’t want the noise, pollution, and crime of the big city. The desert around Mesquite is lovely, and the surrounding wilderness is soothingly quiet.

The small town has golf courses and casinos so you can find some fun day or night. The weather should be gently warm and maybe a bit chilly at night in November and December. Overall, it should be perfect for hot tubbing, hiking, and lounging in the sun during the winter holidays.

Zion National Park is a day trip away from Mesquite over the border in Utah.

Due to the appeal of Mesquite as a golfers’ or outdoor lovers’ getaway that still has the comforts of civilization, you can find plenty of Mesquite vacation rentals on the market.

Here are three examples from VRBO.

Single-Level Home With Private Heated Pool and Hot Tub, Pets OK

sunny weather and a private pool for the holidays

This nicely furnished house on a cul-de-sac places your group near Mesquite restaurants. It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and sleeps eight.

As a single-story home with ADA compliant toilets, it is a good choice if anyone in your group has mobility challenges.

The home is furnished and comes with a kitchen stocked with pantry items and cookware. A Weber grill is outside.

Pets are allowed for an extra fee, and your group may include children. Smoking is permitted outside only.

Mesquite Pet-Friendly Vacation Rental Condo

vacation condo in mesquite that allows pets

This three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo can sleep six people. Rental comes with access to the condo community’s pool and hot tub. Condo is fully furnished, and the kitchen is stocked with cookware, dishes, and pantry items.

You can bring your pets if you pay an extra fee.

This is a no smoking property.

Large Golf Course Home with Private Heated Pool

golf course vacation rental Mesquite, Nevada

Located in a quiet neighborhood, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom home accommodates eight people. There is a garage and private heated pool.

You get a view of a golf course from the yard, and guests are close to multiple golf courses in Mesquite.

This is the place to pick if you and your group love golf.

Even if some in your group will not be golfing, they can find plenty to do, like relaxing by the pool or visiting local attractions and casinos.

Children are welcome.

No pets.

No smoking.

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