Fish on the pier or relax on the beach
|Per night||$195 - $265|
|Per week||$1,050 - $1,670|
The remodeled kitchen ( with stainless appliances) and the recently remodeled baths lend an air of newness to this elegantly decorated condo. A washer and dryer are provided in this unit, but feel free to forget that and just enjoy the beach or the fishing on this vacation.
If you are looking forward to just lounging around the pool, it is located on the ocean side of the complex. The swimming pool has been completely redone and is now glistening in the sun ready for your arrival! In this area, for your enjoyment, we have a community grill area with picnic table and lounge chairs available on a first come basis. There are two very well maintained tennis courts available also on a first come basis. Amelia by the sea is a gated complex with open parking for a MAXIMUM of 2 vehicles per unit.
Amelia by the Sea is a gated complex with open parking for a MAXIMUM of 2 vehicles per unit.
Directly across the street (walking distance) is the "Surf" restaurant which offers indoor dining or if you prefer, outdoor dining on a spacious deck often with live music. The highly rated, 27 -hole Fernandina Beach Golf Course is only a two minute drive away from the condo.
SORRY, NO PETS ALLOWED
City of Fernandina Beach Required Resort Rental Dwelling Permit #3478
Fernandina Beach & Amelia Island offer many unique shopping experiences. The Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach offers rows and rows shops on Centre Street, housing an eclectic assortment of curios, island apparel, boutiques and antiques. On the South end of the island there is Palmetto Walk and The Spa & Shops at Amelia Island Plantation can offer an afternoon of shopping and dining. Art Galleries are also plentiful on the island providing many different works of art from local artists.
Golf - Fernandina Beach Municipal Golf Club
Open to the public, offering 27 holes of golf. This public course has been rated three and a half stars by Golf Digest, making it amongst the best public courses in the country. Driving range, practice putting green, a stocked pro shop and a clubhouse with food and a full bar are available at the golf course.
Outdoor Activities - Kelly Seahorse Ranch
Horseback riding on the beach! One hour guided tours on the unspoiled beaches of Amelia Island. Located with the scenic Amelia Island State Park.
Outdoor Activities - Kayak Amelia
Learn about Amelia Island and its ecosystem while you paddle through local marshes and creeks. Providing equipment and instruction it's a great activity for all ages.
Outdoor Activities - Fort Clinch State Park
Located on the North End of Amelia Island, Fort Clinch State Park has so much to offer. Fort Clinch is one of the most well-preserved 19th century forts in the country. Although no battles were fought here, it was garrisoned during both the Civil and Spanish-American wars. Daily tours with period reenactments depicting garrison life bring the fort to life for visitors. Sunbathing, swimming, and beachcombing are popular activities at the beach. Anglers can fish from the pier or take advantage of excellent surf fishing. Hikers and bicyclists can enjoy a six-mile trail through the park. Self-guided nature trails provide opportunities to learn about and observe native plants and wildlife. A full-facility campground and a youth camping area provide overnight accommodations.
Outdoor Activities - Egan's Creek Greenway
238 acres of "environmentally-sensitive" property. The greenway is located in the center of the island, extending from Atlantic Avenue to Sadler Road. Great place walk or bike to explore the nature of the island and get the chance to see some of the wildlife Amelia Island has to offer. Stop by the Community Center to pick up a brochure with maps of the Greenway along with a list of the many different types of birds you can expect to see.
Outdoor Activities - Public Parks
-Main Beach located on the corner of S. Fletcher and Atlantic Avenue offer basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, playground, a skate park and family picnic areas. -Central Park located on Atlantic Avenue near Historic Downtown Fernandina Beach offers basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball fields, a playground and family picnic areas.
Outdoor Activities - State Parks
-Amelia Island State Recreation Area is located at the south end of the island. The park contains 200 acres of untouched beaches, salt marsh and forest. Big Talbot and Little Talbot Island State Parks are located just south of Amelia Island on A1A. Big Talbot offers the perfect vantage for overlooking the bluffs, enjoying a picnic, strolling the beach for treasures or taking pictures. Little Talbot offers natural sand dunes and undisturbed salt marshes provide hours of back to nature relaxation.
Tours - Amelia River Cruises & Cumberland Sound Ferry
Located in Downtown Historic Fernandina Beach and offering narrated sightseeing cruises aboard a 49-passenger vessel that allow passengers to view wildlife and learn about the history of Fernandina Beach or Cumberland Island. Also, scheduled ferry trips to St. Mary's, Georgia.
Tours - Polly the Trolley
Learn about Fernandina Beach's rich history while touring Downtown, Old Town, Egan's Creek, Main Beach and the Historic District while riding on Polly the Trolley! Tours start "At the River" on Front Street.
Tours - Ghost Walking Tour
Every Friday & Saturday night learn hauntingly good ghost stories through the skillful storytelling of your local guide. Meet in the cemetery behind St. Peter's Episcopal Church at 801 Atlantic Avenue.
History - Amelia Island Mueseum of History
Florida's first oral history museum. The Museum offers 4,000 years of Amelia Island's history and includes modern exhibits, educational lectures, historic walking tours and ghost tours.
History - Amelia Island Lighthouse
Oldest lighthouse is the state of Florida dating back to 1839. Tours are offered the first and third Wednesday of every month. The property is open every Saturday from 11am - 2pm for viewing only.
There are a wealth of dining options in Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach and Yulee. Whether you're looking for breakfast, lunch and dinner or just a quick bite to eat, there are a variety of restaurants and cuisines for you to enjoy. Don't forget to sample the seafood in Fernandina Beach, the birthplace of the modern Shrimping industry!
|Apr 01 2016||Sep 02 2016||$265||$265||$1,670||-||3 Nights|
|Apr 01 2016||Sep 01 2016||$265||$265||$1,670||-||3 Nights|
|Sep 02 2016||Dec 31 2016||$195||$195||$1,050||$2,170||3 Nights|
|Jan 01 2017||Mar 31 2017||$195||$195||$1,050||$2,170||3 Nights|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 11%|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: *** ASK ABOUT OUR CASH PAYMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM *** Incentives will be applied to your reservation once confirmed by ERA. All rates subject to 11% sales tax. Each reservation subject to transaction, non-cash and cleaning fee. Special event and Holiday rates are the same as summer or peak season rates. 3 night minimum. All rates subject to change.|
Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Fernandina Beach, Florida
January 7, 2013
According to the groupon aid a property was available for $145 a night. The owner did not contact me. I called your office (per instructions) to notify you that had not responded. Someone in your office called and suggested another property for over $300+ a night. That, I could not afford. So, I can not judge where I could not afford to stay.