Indian Shores Vacation - Walkout to Pool & Beach!

Sunset at Beach Cottage
Sunset at Beach CottageOur BeachBuilding from BeachOur unit (behind the chairs)building from streetLiving roomhall to second bed/bathkitchen and diningMaster BedSecond Bedroomsecond bedroom

From $114 / night

18400 gulf blvd, Indian Shores, FL 33785
Indian Shores Vacation - Walkout to Pool & Beach!
2 bedrooms
6 guests
7 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Condo
Per week: $799 - $1,450
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Indian Shores vacation condo rental
Beach Cottage is the #1 rated resort on Indian Shores, Florida by TripAdvisor and we are in the ideal location within Beach Cottage II.

Unit 2103 offers ultimate convenience. Walk directly off your patio onto the extra large paver deck with pool and jacuzzi then step from the deck directly to the beach. Perfect for families with small children where you can lounge in the shade of the patio while the kids play at the pool. Perfect for anyone who wants to avoid running up and down steps or riding elevators constantly to get a cool beverage from the unit.

We have a long list of repeat renters so book early for peak seasons. Deep discount for Fall ($799 per week through year end)

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Jim & Kristy Swartwout

Area Information
About Indian Shores, Florida

Indian Shores is a quieter, less crowded alternative to its larger and better-known neighbors such as Clearwater Beach
and St. Pete Beach. It's a great place for vacationers seeking a quiet or family vacation.

Originally called "Indian Rocks Beach, South Shore" as a way to distinguish itself from Indian Rocks Beach, the town of
Indian Shores was incorporated in 1949 and changed its name in 1973. Despite its small population (1,400) and limited
extent (19 city blocks long and 1 city block wide), Indian Shores provides plenty of entertainment for its visitors.

The largest non-profit wild bird hospital in the United States, the Sun Coast Seabird Sanctuary, is located in Indian Shores.
The sanctuary houses and treats injured pelicans, herons, egrets, owls, hawks and other birds. Many other activities such as adventure golf and boat rentals are within an easy drive.

Indian Shores is also home to some fantastic restaurants. No trip to the area would be complete without a visit to the famous Salt Rock Grill. Weather permitting, sit outside on the waterfront deck and enjoy the view.

Other restaurants and bars in Indian Shores include The Hungry Fisherman, Chateau Madrid and The Pub Waterfront Grill.

If you want to experience what a Key West style bar was like in the days of Ernest Hemingway, visit Mahuffer's (a.k.a Sloppy John's) on Gulf Blvd, just north of the Park Blvd bridge. Self-described as the "wurst" place on the beach, with lousy food and warm beer, Mahuffer's has received numerous accolades from HGTV, the Travel Channel, Travelocity, and has been named Best of Tampa Bay two years in a row. Worth a visit, even if you decide you don't like it.

"Families and couples seeking a relaxing place to enjoy the beach and good food should consider Indian Shores as their next vacation spot."

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Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 06 2016 Jan 03 2017 - - $799 - 1 Week
Sep 26 2016 Dec 31 2016 - - $825 - 1 Week
Jan 03 2017 May 02 2017 - - $1,450 - 1 Week
May 02 2017 Sep 26 2017 - - $875 - 1 Week
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12%
Deposits: $300 per week 10% discount for payment in full at time of booking
Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Cleaning fee included in FALL RATES
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