HomeAway.com Announces Top 10 Fall Vacation Destinations

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HomeAway.com vacation rentals reveals Top 10 Fall Hot Spots

With the average daily rate of hotels reaching an all-time high, vacation rentals are always a more affordable option, even in the country's most popular fall destinations

In the dog days of summer, travelers have already turned their thoughts to fall fun and finds, making it easy for travel site and online vacation rental leader, HomeAway.com to compile its list of the Top 10 Fall Vacation Hot Spots and offer accommodations that won't break the bank.

"With the average daily rate of hotels reaching an all-time high, vacation rentals are always a more affordable option, even in the country's most popular fall destinations," says Justin Halloran, vice president of HomeAway, Inc.

Using site inquiries per property, HomeAway found that from balmy temps and events to quiet country sides and the beat of big cities, the reasons travelers are drawn to these destinations may vary as much as the hot spots, themselves.

Top 10 Fall Vacation Destinations from HomeAway vacation rentals:
1. Austin, TX
2. New York, NY
3. Carmel, CA
4. Newport Beach, CA
5. Sonoma and Napa Counties, CA
6. Wisconsin Dells, WI
7. Boston
8. Chicago
9. Folly Beach, SC
10. Seattle

About HomeAway, Inc.:
HomeAway, Inc. is the worldwide leader for online vacation rentals. Each year, more than 100 million travelers visit the HomeAway sites, which represent more than 240,000 paid vacation rental home listings across 100 countries. The portfolio includes the leading sites in the U.S.: HomeAway.com, VRBO.com, VacationRentals.com, CyberRentals.com, A1Vacations.com, GreatRentals.com and TripHomes.com; as well as the leading sites in the U.K., Germany and France: Holiday-Rentals.co.uk, FeWo-direkt.de and Abritel.fr, respectively.

Led by an experienced team of online and travel industry experts, HomeAway is based in Austin, Texas and is funded by leading venture capital firms Austin Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, American Capital, Institutional Venture Partners and Trident Capital.

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