Unharmed by Hurricane Michael! 'Happy Shack' is the ultimate old Florida getaway. With lots of love and attention to unique details, this 1940's military barrack has been transformed to the perfect beach bungalow. Happy Shack sits on a large bay-front lot...cross the street to our private, deeded beach access with huge tiki hut on the gulf. (The tiki is shared with two neighbors) Three bedrooms sleep six, with two bedrooms in the main house and an additional private, detached, enclosed gazebo house that sleeps two. Two bedrooms have sinks, allowing extra convenience. Enjoy two covered and screened porches (front and back) with plenty of seating and additional sun decks. Outside boasts a big bay-view backyard with large outdoor shower, stone fire pit, oyster roaster, horseshoe court, 2 person kayak, hammock and large swing down by the the bay. Cable, wi-fi, boombox, washer/dryer, grill and fully equipped kitchen. A boat ramp is less than a mile from the Happy Shack and there is plenty of room on the property for a boat and trailer with additional cars. Some guests have enjoyed anchoring their boat in the bay behind the house and wade or shuttle in on a small dinghy (we do not have a dock). Not recommended for toddlers and children 5 & under as there is a lot for little hands to get into! Additional videos and photos can be seen on our Facebook page @HappyShackBeach
HURRICANES & TROPICAL STORMS: If there is a storm or hurricane, refunds will be provided for the following reasons: 1) The state or local authorities order mandatory evacuations in a "Tropical Storm/Hurricane Warning area" and/or 2) The day that the authorities order a mandatory evacuation order in a "Tropical Storm/Hurricane Warning," area, we will refund:
Any unused portion of rent from a guest currently registered;
Any unused portion of rent from a guest that is scheduled to arrive, and wants to shorten the stay, to come in after the Hurricane Warning is lifted; and
Any advance rents collected or deposited for a reservation that is scheduled to arrive during the "Hurricane Warning" period.