|Minimum Stay||7 - 89 nights|
RVA offers island living at Seaside Paradise. This charming 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom vacation home sits directly on the Gulf of Mexico waters and encompasses all that you would picture in a cozy beach cottage. Located directly on the white sandy beaches of exclusive Longboat Key, home is located on the southern half of the island where seclusion is trademark. This is the perfect place to relax and walk along the beach for miles. Imagine opening your windows at night and drifting to sleep with the sounds of the surf rolling in. Additional amenities include a private patio, direct beach access, wireless Internet, washer/dryer and DVD/VHS players.
Accommodations: 3-bedroom, 2.5-Bathroom
Amenities: Private Patio, Full-size Kitchen, Great Location, Spacious Floorplan, Washer/Dryer, Fireplace, Direct Beach Access, DVD/VHS Players, Wireless Internet
Location: 3341 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key
Bedding: 1 King, 1 Queen, 2 Twins
View: Gulf Front View
Minimum Night Requirements: 7 Nights
Other: Additional electric charges may apply; call 877-230-9838 for details
Dining: Longboat Key’s restaurants boast cuisine and ambience befitting heads of state. However, visitors seeking flip-flop friendly eateries will take comfort in the key’s cafes, diners and ethnic restaurants. Longboat Key restaurants include: Blue Dolphin Café (2.9 miles), The Dry Dock Waterfront Grill (3.7 miles), Euphemia Haye Restaurant (3.1 miles), Harry’s Continental Kitchen (3.2 miles) or MarVista Backside Restaurant and Pub (5.7 miles).
Local attractions: Although Longboat Key is a locale that prizes its tranquil nights and lazy beach days, it also offers lively vacationers plenty of chances to stir things up with attractions and activities for all age groups. Some of our attractions include: Mote Aquarium (4.5 miles), St. Armand’s Circle (5.5 miles), Marie Selby Botanical Gardens (8.7 miles), Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall (8.8 miles) or John and Mable Ringling Museum Complex (11.4 miles).
My family, including a toddler, and I had a wonderful, relaxing week at Seaside Paradise. Even though the house it's old it is perfect for a beach get away. The sunsets and beach are expectacular, there is abundant sea life, hardly any people and beautiful vistas.
This was our second time at the house and we are planning to come back next year for a longer amount of time.