Cocoa Beach Vacation? Don't stay in a hotel. Enjoy the comforts of home at our Cocoa Beach Club Vacation Condo Rental.
2 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms
Sleeps 6 Comfortably
Large Screen HD High Definition TV in Living Room
TV in Master Bedroom
Fully equipped Kitchen with full-sized range, oven and refrigerator
Large Dining Area
King sized bed in Master Bedroom
2 Full sized beds in Second Bedroom
Beach Umbrellas and Chairs
Everything you need to enjoy the Beach from the moment you get there. Just bring your toothbrush!!
Largest Heated Pool on the Beach in Cocoa Beach
Plenty of lounge chairs
Car Port Parking keeps your car out of the sun
Coin Laundry within a few steps
Walking distance to shops, grocery store, restaurants, all urban amenities. Near all the action but quiet and secluded when you close your doors.
Beautiful natural beach setting. Ocean front complex.
We are the private owners of the condo. So you are dealing directly with the owners and not a management company.
I am originally from Virginia and visited Virginia Beach and the Outer Banks many times. I graduated from the Architecture school of the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. I currently live in Gainesville and visit Cocoa Beach frequently. I have been involved with real estate development and property management all my life. I have son who is 11 and loves Cocoa Beach. He goes from the Beach to the Pool to the Beach and back. Suzanne lived in Merritt Island for a number of years and grew up in Columbus, Ohio. She has her own business in website design and internet marketing.
In 1971 I was traveling to Florida for the first time and stopped at Cocoa Beach shortly before sunset. The soft sunlight glinted off the dark colored sand in a way I had never seen before. Low tide revealed a wide gently sloping beach with plenty of room to run and play. It was the most beautiful beach I had ever seen.
Cocoa Beach Club is in the middle of all the action. The Pier, with 4 restaurants and 4 bars, is just a 100 steps down the beach. Close enough to get there quickly, but far enough away for quiet and solitude. The Pier is the hub of activity in the entire area. There are surfers constantly challenging the waves. Volleyball tournaments, skim boarding competitions, bands on the beach are just a few of the activities on many weekends. I was at the end of the Pier at the Tiki Bar enjoying the steady breeze and the shade, watching the fisherman haul in all sorts of sea food. The folks at the bar were hilarious. The fellow next to me, a native, pointed out that many people who come to this area are attracted to Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center--the primary place on Planet Earth where we blast-off into outer space. Those same visitors are adventurers and so they MUST come to the Tiki Bar which is hanging over the Atlantic Ocean 100 yards out to sea. And those same visitors are frequently outlandish, outrageous and outright life lovers. I have never laughed so hard in my life to hear some of their stories of where they had been or where they were going next.
The Beach itself, of course, changes daily. I ride my bike 5 or 10 miles down the beach most every day and I ALWAYS see something I have never seen before during my ventures. Whether its a huge sea turtle washed up, or a wedding ceremony, or some new contraption that someone is using to navigate the beach or the surf. Just stop and speak to some of them. They are from around the world and they all have a story to tell.
I have to tell you of another local attraction--The Sand Bar which is right on the beach. The food is amazing, the beer is cold, the help is friendly, the bands play good tunes, there is dancing much of the time, there is an outside bar and an inside bar, and it is a CLASSIC BEACH BAR. Go on Sunday nights at 10:00 (be there by 9:00 for a seat). Its locals night.