Palms at Seagrove Unit C13

“ Poor ”
1 Review
3604 E County Highway 30A, Seagrove Beach, FL 32459



Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 6
Per night $105 - $238
Per week $525 - $1,428
Type: Condo
Description of the Seagrove Beach vacation condo rental
Nestled atop a bluff, this gulf front complex offers large one bedroom, two bath units that are perfect for a great family vacation. Located in central Seagrove Beach allows easy access to local shops and restaurants. This third floor, gulf front unit has beautiful balcony views. Three (3) night minimum. Parking for 1 car.

Garrett Realty *


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Aug 03 2016 Sep 01 2016 $166 $166 $996 - -
Sep 02 2016 Oct 31 2016 $149 $149 $894 - -
Nov 01 2016 Mar 01 2017 $105 $105 $525 $1,100 -
Mar 02 2017 Mar 15 2017 $166 $166 $996 - -
Mar 16 2017 Apr 12 2017 $188 $188 $1,128 - -
Apr 13 2017 May 22 2017 $166 $166 $996 - -
May 23 2017 Aug 02 2017 $238 $238 $1,428 - -
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Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 12.0%
Deposits: A reservation deposit equal to 40 percent of the total rental fee is required in order to confirm your reservation.
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Rates are subject to change without notice. Excludes taxes and fees.


Reviews for this vacation condo rental in Seagrove Beach, Florida

Steve Hague

Steve Hague

Atlanta, GA


July 25, 2011

Before we booked this condo, we inquired about the cleaning policy and were told that the property will be inspected, then cleaned, then inspected again between each tenant stay. However, I do not believe this actually happened. The overall condition of the condo was so dirty that we had to go buy our own cleaning supplies and spend the first 3 hours of our vacation at the beach cleaning up. There were crumbs on the floor in the kitchen and living area, there was food smeared on the glass kitchen table, the bathtubs and sinks had greasy rings, and the vacuum cleaner was too full to be useful. Also, this was supposed to be a no-pet condo but we found dog food and water bowls in a closet and dog hair in a bathtub. Several of the kitchen drawers were broken and the patio door did not lock. The worst though was the black mold in the master bedroom closet ceiling from a long-term roof leak. It began raining our first night and there was a steady drip, drip, drip into the closet all night. We put a bucket under the leak but had to empty it every hour. We called the rental agency when they opened the next morning and they granted our request to move to a different property.

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