About the property
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay0 - 7 nights
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Sleeping Porch, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-6)
This is a unique and cozy cottage that brings old Florida charm to the present. It is located directly on the Gulf of Mexico with beautiful views of the Gulf and the Southern tip of Sanibel Island.
The two bedrooms sleep 4 people comfortably. There are two additional fold out couches on the front porch area. There is a washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave, and TV's with DVD/VCR. The front porch looks out onto 800 feet of white sugar sand and seacoast ending with a southerly view of the Gulf of Mexico. The address is 63 Delmar Ft. Myers Beach, FL 33931
Fort Myers Beach is located on the west coast of Florida. The island is a 40 minute drive from Sanibel Island and the cities of Naples and Ft. Myers. Some of the local attractions are the Edison Home, Ding Darling Bird Sanctuary, great shopping, and many kinds of water sports, as well as world-class fishing. The cottage is within walking distance from many popular restaurants, hotels, and shops.
Keywords: Beach Cottage
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 12, 2018
About Gary Griffin
My Family has lived in SW Florida since the late 1800's. My Grandfather moved to Fort Myers in the 1920's and purchased this cottage in the 1960's.
Gary Griffin purchased this Cottage in 1963
Why Gary Griffin chose Ft Myers Beach
Family owned since the 1960's.
What makes this Cottage unique
Beautiful view from the Front Porch. Relaxing Atmosphere. This cottage is one of the few "Old Florida Beachfront Cottages" left on Fort Myers Beach.
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it was perfect
It is a very nice and cozy home it felt like we belonged there its convenient to everything and all being walking distance. If you stay once you will definitely come back over and over.
One thing that they do need is a few more beach chairs. but the home is well stocked with everything needed including w/d I will definitely be back. The place is very clean and maintained.
Tammy, thanks for your kind works about the beach house, we're very glad that you enjoyed your stay. You are correct about the beach chairs. Our problem is that when we buy some and put them down there they often disappear, so we've stopped doing that. I think our guests sometimes leave them out overnight and the kids take them in the middle of the night. I'll give some thought to finding a way to put permanent beach chairs down there, I know it's not practical to bring your own if you're flying in.
I hope you can join us again next year, have a great summer!