2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 4
Why David Dunbar chose Saint James City
We have always loved Pine Island, Its different and very unique
What makes this Mobile Home unique
Seeing our back yard with the boat dock, canal and local wildlife
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
We enjoyed our stay at this very nice trailer on a canal. The screened in sun porch was great for breakfast and it was nice to have access to the grill and bikes. The pictures shown were as pictured. One suggestion to Dave the owner would be to update the mattress, bedding and pillows in the main bedroom.
Relaxing and Affording Everything Needed for an enjoyable stay
The rental is well maintained and we especially enjoyed the back lanai. The landscaping is pristine. Fishing is enjoyable as well. Although we only caught catfish; they were abundant. We would definitely rent here again! Property manager is helpful and immediately responds to questions!
A very nice place to stay .
Was nice to stay on the water . Not far from the Center.. Didn't want to leave.
Very nice, comfortable home, lots of kitchen supplies. Nice laundry area.
We loved our time there. We had a wonderful experience and nice neighbors and neighborhood.
Relaxing and beautiful space
This was a nice clean, relaxing and beautiful space. We enjoyed having a place to dock the boat each night. The fishing was good and the surrounding spectacular.
The property was beautiful, and you wouldn’t even know they had neighbors!
We will most definitely be staying here again!!! Not only was it beautiful inside and out, but it’s was very peaceful and cozy. Needless to say we loved it very much!
Pine Island (in Lee County) is the largest island (17 miles long and 2 miles wide) on the west coast of Florida, just 15-20 minutes from Cape Coral, 30 minutes from Ft. Myers and one hour from Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW). Pine Island's secluded, quaint and 'country waterfront' atmosphere is a huge part of its charm. Fringed with mangroves rather than white sand beaches, Pine Island has escaped the concrete, blacktop and skyscrapers found in the more touristy, beachy communities. Current legislation prohibits high density, high-rise development in the foreseeable future . . . designed to preserve our unique, rural island heritage for generations to come.
While Pine Island automatically provides for superb, passive enjoyment and relaxation, it is also a great place for interactivity and exploring. Enjoy kayaking in the sheltered waters of Matlacha Pass and the Pine Island Sound Aquatic Preserve. Head across the sound at Cayo Costa Island State Park (accessible only by boat). Fish off the Matlacha Drawbridge. Hire a fishing guide and let him or her 'do the driving' and 'guarantee' to find you some nice, fresh fish! Enjoy an invigorating trip on one of the many water-taxis, or cruise/tourboats to the islands of Cabbage Key and Cayo Costa. Stop for a luncheon at the islands of Cabbage Key, Captiva, Sanibel or Upper Captiva. On Pine Island, check out the local shops, dine and relax at a number of local, waterfront or off-water eateries and restaurants, specializing in fresh seafood, served up with a casual, low-key, islandish atmosphere.