|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
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If you prefer a quaint, low-rise condo to a towering concrete box, then Nautical Watch F10 is for you. This gulf-front condo is big on charm and easy on the budget! Get away from crowds while staying close to the award-winning state park, iconic beachfront restaurants and shopping!
This one bedroom, one bathroom unit sleeps six thanks to the bedroom’s queen size bed, the living room’s queen sleeper sofa and a cozy loft. A fully-equipped kitchen and a private balcony overlooking the pool complete the package. Step into the sun and find a heated outdoor pool, barbeque grills and a club house in your “backyard”.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing that when you book Nautical Watch F10 by Royal American Beach Getaways, you get 24-hour customer service plus a housekeeping and maintenance staff on call. After planning your vacation all year, the last thing you want are unwanted surprises to deal with when you’re miles from home and your condo’s owner is hundreds of miles away! Don’t just book a room—upgrade to a getaway with Royal American Beach Getaways.
BONUS: Enjoy your first round of drinks on us—up to a $75 value! One drink voucher issued per person for travel between now and September 21, 2016. Drink voucher is good for one FREE 16 ounce signature drink in a souvenir cup at Spinnaker Beach Club for adults 21 and older or one FREE soda or iced tea for guests under 21. Additional restrictions may apply.
Although this unit sleeps 6, there is not enough space for 6 in the other living space. The kitchen was adequate for our needs and the fridge with a working icemaker was nice. The unit could use some color on the walls :) The pool is nice! Good location.
The VRBO experience wasn't the best. Tried to find out check-in info through the message system. NOT HELPFUL AT ALL! Finally called and got the information I needed. The unit is in a building and there are 6 buildings total at Nautical Watch. They are poorly lit and poorly labeled. The representative that checked us in gave us no indication as to what building we were to stay in. We had to walk around and find our building, the letter was on the building, hidden by a tree.