|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
Resting on the top of pilings, Boardwalk is a triplex composed of two small three bedroom units on the first floor, and one large four bedroom residence on the second/top floor. With only three units sharing 100' on the Gulf, Boardwalk is truly a low density complex. Unit 1 is four bedrooms and it enjoys a private pool table and shuffle board. It has a huge living room which opens onto the spacious deck with stairs directly to the beach. Boardwalk is great for a family vacation or family reunions and get-togethers.
We stayed in unit 1 (upstairs) of this triplex, and couldn't have been happier. Plenty of space for 8 adults and two kids, and a dog. Having the pool table and the shuffleboard table was a huge plus. The kitchen and bathrooms are dated, but the kitchen is big enough to accommodate 3-4 people. And the throw-back compactor made for fewer trips to the dumpster downstairs, which was great. The old dishwasher doesn't work great, but that's not much to complain about. The ceramic tile throughout is relatively new, and well done. You can barely hear your neighbors downstairs, if at all. If you have a problem with stairs, I'd probably avoid the top floor. If you have small children, bring a wide gate to work on the inside stairs or prepare to improvise. There's already a gate built in on the balcony, so that's great. The beach is fantastic. There's plenty of room on the beach. The sand and setting has to be among the best on the gulf. There are some great restaurants nearby (including the casual dining spot of the Shrimp Basket) and you're minutes from decent grocery stores. Most refreshing vacation I've had in a long time. I wish I had booked it for a second week...
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