Tranquil Winds (2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms)
For the golfer, St. James Bay Golf Resort in Carrabelle is open 7 days a week. Apalachicola offers fine dinning and shopping. Carrabelle, the boating & fishing capital of the Forgotten Coast also offers hunting and fresh water fishing at its finest.
Charter a boat in Carrabelle and go deep sea fishing. full & 1/2 day trips available. Kayak through the famous 'Tates Hell' State Park, Dog Island or enjoy a quite ride up the Carrabelle River. Come to Carrabelle and discover the incredible natural beauty of 'Old Florida'.
Parks in/around Carrabelle
Tillie Miller Park, John David Patton Wildlife Park-nature trails, Carrabelle veterans' Park, Crooked River Lighthouse Park-museum, lighthouse, 70' pirate ship picnic facilities, Will Kenndrick Sports Complex-ball field, trails, basketball & playground. Wakulla Springs State Park a short days outing away.
Tates Hell State Forest- hiking, kayaking, birdwatching, camping
St. George Island State Park- sugar sand, dunes, bike trails
Ft. Gadsen State Park- historical battle site overlooking Apalachicola River
Ochlockonee State Park- boat ramps, fishing
Carrabelle-home of the World's Smallest Police Station
- Beach Access
- Coffee Pot
- Ice Maker
- Beach Chairs
- Dishes & Utensils
- Cooking Utensils
Location: Carrabelle Beach
Square Footage: 0
Occupants, max: 6
Adults, max: 6
Address: 2748 Hwy 98w Carrabelle Fl 32322. Directions: Traveling west on Hwy 98 through Carrabelle, cross the Carrabelle River and travel approximately 6 miles. From the top of the Carrabelle River Bridge Beach Retreat is 6 miles on the left. Look for mail box 2748.
Check-In: Check-In is at 4pm and Check-out is at 10am, unless prior arrangements have been made. When you arrive at the home there will be a lockbox at the entry door. Open the shutter door to reveal the dials and the release button and rotate the dials to 6990. Press down on the release button to open the key door to remove the key. Damages: Our rental policies require that your security deposit is held by credit card and we reserve the right to charge the credit card on file for any damages or missing items as necessary. We will contact you regarding these damages and payment. Should an accident happen, please call us immediately to let us know about it. Just so You Know: Phone - You will be able to make local calls only. The phone number is 850-697-5229. Internet – High speed internet access is available via a cable modem or WiFi. The WiFi network is unsecured and available. There are more detailed instructions on the refrigerator. Things to Do – There is a book on things to do in the area and instructions for using the TV digital cable system in the coffee table drawer. Beach Chairs and Towels – You are welcome to take the plastic tables and chairs from the deck down to the beach (please return them to the deck when you leave). If you have beach chairs you may want to bring them along too. There are usually beach chairs around the house (usually in the pump house or beach shower) but they seem to disappear over the summer. The house is equipped with bath and hand towels but you will need to bring your own beach towels. There is a gas grill on the porch and 1 ocean kayaks for your use. Just a Few Reminders: This home is NON-SMOKING! PLEASE GO OUTSIDE TO SMOKE!!! You may smoke on the porch but please close the doors if you do not, this will be considered damage and your card will be charged $250.00! This unit is not pet friendly if you choose to break this rule your card will be charged $250.00! While we try to make things convenient for our guests, please remember we are not a hotel. You are staying in someone's home and we expect you to take care of it as if it were your own. We provide basic cleaning supplies, garbage bags, a roll of paper towels and a roll of toilet paper in each bath. You will need to provide any other cleaning supplies or paper products you may need for your stay. Soap, shampoo, personal items, coffee, food, etc. are not provided. Please: Be courteous to your neighbors and keep the level of noise down after 9pm. Lock the unit behind you when you leave; during your stay and at check-out. Dispose of all fish waste properly and do not place in the trash can. There is a very nice fish cleaning station at the city boat ramp on Marine Street. Trash pick-up is on Thursday. If you are staying for the week, please take the trash can out to the road Wednesday night. If you are a weekend guest, please take your trash out to the street when you leave. Do not turn your AC below 73 degrees. This can cause the unit to freeze up or create large amounts of condensation which damage the home and the AC unit itself. If we find the thermostat set below 73 and damage occurs, you will be responsible for any and all repairs. Please remember that you are not staying in a hotel – the air conditioning unit is not built to “suddenly” cool the whole home; it must be done gradually as in your own home. Likewise with the heat! Turn off lights and fans when away from the home and when you leave - helping to keep the utility bills down for our owners allows us to keep our rates lower. Do not run the air-conditioning or heat with the doors open. Check-Out: When you leave, please take your trash to the can provided and take it to the street. Lock all the doors and return your key to the lock box using the instructions above – scramble the numbers and make sure the key is secure. Emergency Contact:During Office Hours: (850) 697- 5300 After Hours/Weekend: (850) 545-2872 Patty Lee or Janalyn Dowden 850-251-3432. Please leave a message if no one answers and someone will call you back as soon as possible.
6 Guests Max