Nokomis Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa, 2 Bedrooms + Sunroom, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 5)
Seahorse Shores has gone green! Now 100% powered by our 20kw photovoltaic solar panel array.
We have been proudly serving guests since 2003 and our guests return again and again to enjoy our clean, quiet, safe and comfortable accommodations in a great location. Put our address into Google Maps or Mapquest to see our exact location: 411 Shore Road, Nokomis, FL 34275. Please scroll down to see all our photos and information.
Please note: rates below do not include $75 per stay cleaning fee or 12% local lodging taxes.
Our clean, charming and cozy villa, located in our Seahorse Shores duplex, is thoughtfully outfitted for your maximum vacation enjoyment. Your home away from home is tastefully appointed, approximately 800 square feet, recently remodeled, non-smoking, and has two bedrooms, one bath, living/dining area, kitchen and a spacious, sunny Florida room.
In addition to the fabulous location in a beach neighborhood just a 10 minute walk by sidewalk from your front door to Nokomis Beach, we offer the best amenities of any similar property in the area:
- Free High Speed Internet via Wi-Fi.
- Linens, towels, dishes, pots, pans & utensils provided. Everything you need.
- Luxurious high flow Speakman shower head with LOTS of water pressure and plenty of hot water.
- 32' TV with DVD Player and Cable TV.
- 27' TV in one of the bedrooms.
- 2 Queen beds, one regular, one firm.
- Your own gas grill.
- Your own washer and dryer in the unit.
- Modern state of the art central air and heat.
- Free use of bicycles and beach accessories.
Fully-equipped with all amenities: dishwasher, smooth top range, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, cordless phone, answering machine, stainless steel pots & pans, dinnerware, deluxe patio chairs, etc.
Pets are allowed with prior permission. We are pet friendly but do not surprise us with your pets.
We are fully licensed and inspected, as required by law (unlike most of our competitors), by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Hotels & Restaurants. Our license number is CND6804721 and you can view our license information on the Florida state website via the 'links to more information' below the rates at the bottom of this page.
Unique and fun things to do in this tropical vacation paradise:
We provide a great guest binder in the villa with information about activities and with menus from the great local restaurants.
- Visit the world famous Venice Audubon Rookery where herons, egrets and other birds nest. 8 miles away, free. Peak Season is Winter/Spring. Google 'Venice Audubon Rookery'
- Scuba Dive off of Venice Beach for fossil sharks' teeth including huge Megalodon teeth and other fossils. You can go right in from the shore. 4 miles away. Or go out on a Florida West Scuba School charter boat that will put you right on the best spots. You can also get quickly certified and do your training dives right from the beach where the sharks' teeth are. Visibility is best in April, May & June but divers go year round. Google 'Florida West Scuba School'
-- Enjoy the drum circles at Nokomis Beach every Wednesday and Saturday 1 hour before Sunset. 1/2 mile away. Google 'Nokomis Beach Drum Circle'
-- Go Kayaking with any of several local outfitters. Take a tour, a class, rent a kayak or go to a free kayak demonstration day to try paddling many models for free. You can also rent Kayaks and Canoes at Myakka River State Park and canoes at Oscar Scherer State Park mentioned below. Google 'economy tackle kayak' or 'grande tours placida'
-- Visit Myakka River State Park and walk thru the tree tops on one of the world's few canopy walks. They also have tours on the world's largest airboat for up close views of alligators and other wildlife (airboat tour is $10) 20 miles away. Admission to the State Park is $5 per carload. Google 'Myakka River State Park'
-- Ride a bicycle or walk along our newly completed trails: the Venetian Waterway Park in Venice (10 miles of paved trail along both sides of the intercoastal waterway) and the 12 Mile Legacy Trial from Venice to Sarasota. A trailhead is less than 2 miles away. Google 'Sarasota Legacy Trail' and 'Venetian Waterway Park'
-- Great Fishing and Golfing is plentiful and well known to those who enjoy those sports. The Venice Jetty Fish Camp (1.5 miles away) sells live bait shrimp before dawn to those wishing to fish early.
-- See the threatened Florida Scrub Jay in the wild at Oscar Scherer State Park, just 3 1/2 miles away. You are virtually guaranteed to see them if you go on the ranger led nature walk at 8:30am Sundays January thru March. Other walks are at 8am Thursdays, 8:30am Fridays and there are guided canoe tours Wednesdays at 8:30am. Google 'Oscar Scherer State Park'
-- Take a unique 90 minute tour of Venice waterways and streets in 'Just Ducky', an amphibious vehicle. 2 miles away. It's a boat tour and land tour in one! Google 'Nokomis Just Ducky'
-- Eat Grouper sandwiches and other great local seafood at Pelican Alley, Pop's Sunset Grill, Marker 4, Captain Eddie's and Briandi's, all less than 3 miles from your front door.
-- Visit Mote Marine Aquarium in Sarasota and learn about the sea turtles that nest on Nokomis Beach and other area beaches from May to October. 20 miles away. Google 'Mote Marine'
-- Enjoy a cheap thrill at the Greyhound track. 21 miles away. Google 'Sarasota Kennel Club'
-- Explore the area beaches in addition to the one down the street. You can find fossil shark's teeth on the beach at Caspersen in Venice and see the spectacular and famous white sand of Siesta Beach in Sarasota. Google 'Sarasota County Beaches'
Keywords: Villa, Condo, Apartment, Flat
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets considered
Guestbook comments from the owner
What a wonderful location. Our two favorite place were Pops and the North Jetty Fish Camp. We had a great time - so close. Great. Clean. Convenient. We will be back.
I am a photographer and my wife is a middle school teacher. We enjoy sharing the natural beauty of the Nokomis/Sarasota area with our guests. We purchased the property as our home in 2000. Soon thereafter we purchased another home a mile away which is where we live today. We were attracted to the area because of its pristine beaches and lack of high rises, pay parking, t-shirt shops, etc. We take advantage of the numerous recreational opportunities here including biking, swimming, scuba diving and nature watching.