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Each bedroom has a private bathroom and private entrance off of the wrap-around porch. There are two master bedrooms with queen beds, a bedroom with twin beds, and a bedroom with built-in bunk beds. The house comfortably sleeps 10.
There is a large common area in the center of the home. This includes a gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances and all basic small appliances, group-sized pots and pans and more than enough tableware to feed a large gathering. There is a large farmhouse table that seats 12 along with seating at the bar and a bistro-style table for eating or playing games. The living room area has 2 sofas as well as 2 over-sized comfy chairs and 2 sleep-inducing recliners.
One of the favorite features of the house is the screened in porch off of the living area. Perfect for morning coffee, afternoons with a book and evenings chatting with friends.
Downstairs you will find the perfect setting for outdoor enjoyment. The pool area, grill and picnic tables offer endless hours of fun.
The beach is located within a 5-8 minute walk, or you can drive a vehicle to the access area if you have too much to carry.
As our guests, you will also be entitled to use several other pool areas, hot tub, tennis courts, basketball courts, picnic pavilions, and an exercise room located within the Plantation.
1. House towels stay in the house.
2. Bring your own pool and beach towels.
3. Bring your own sun screen
4. Minimal bathroom sundries provided, bring your own toothbrush or any specialty soaps and shampoo.
5. In the Summer, leave both thermostats on 80 degrees, Winter 65 degrees.
6. Lock all windows and doors, including patio screen doors, and close all blinds.
7. No smoking in the house.
8. No pets
1. No glass in the pool area or under the house.
2. Swim at your own risk.
3. No smoking in pool area.
4. If used, rinse outside shower. *
5. Close umbrella and move all furniture from pool edge at the end of your visit.
Night life at area restaurants/bars
Things To Do:Miles of pristine beaches, endless shallow bays and marshes, fresh water rivers provide great opportunities for fishing, boating, kayaking, birding or hiking.
Take a guided tour up the Apalachicola River, see the historic waterfront and learn about the role the river has played in our history and economy.
Head up the river to view wild, isolated marshes or take a trip across Apalachicola Bay to one of the barrier islands - St Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, Cape St George, or Dog Island.
Land based adventures included trips to the expansive Apalachicola National Forest or Tate's Hell State Forest for birding, hiking and fishing. Historic Apalachicola has several museums and over 900 structures in its National Historic District.
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