First One Out the Inlet! Excellent Rates This Fall. Best Time in the Keys!
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Be the first one out the inlet! Some of the best fishing opportunities in the world await you minutes from your own private dock. More than enough dockage for boats with plenty of room to park the trailers. Why rent a hotel room when you can rent the whole thing!
The Island community of Duck Key is a small islet located at mile marker 61 off the Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys. Vehicles cross over the island's canals by way of picturesque arched bridges. In the distance is Grassy Key which is part of Marathon. Sixty miles further south is Key West. Two story pool home with plenty of fun downstairs; fishing right off of the dock, sunning and enjoying the boats going by while you cook your catch and eat it poolside. Plenty of things to do at the resort such as shopping, spa, marina, tennis, biking and children's activities.
- Vacation Rental
- Clothing Optional/Nude Sunbathing Nearby
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Pets Considered
- Non Smoking Only
- Children Welcome
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 10, Beds for 6-10
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- 3.0 Bathrooms
- Bathroom 1
- Bathroom 2
- Bathroom 3
Kitchen & Dining
- Ice Maker
- Cooking Utensils
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Air Conditioning
- Linens Provided
- Parking Off Street
- Parking For RV/Boat/Trailer
- Beach towels provided.
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- CD Player
- Wireless Internet
- Computer Available
Pool & Spa
- Private Pool
- Outdoor Grill
- Deck / Patio
Location & View
- Ocean View
- Water View
- Fitness Center
- Water Skiing
- Water Tubing
- Jet Skiing
- Medical Services
- Deepsea Fishing
- Massage Therapist
- Wildlife Viewing
- Recreation Center
- Live Theater
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Eco Tourism
- Scenic Drives
- Sight Seeing
- Paddle Boating
- Bird Watching
- Fly Fishing
- One and a half hours south of Miami.
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We have always stayed in the lower keys or Key West but have heard great things about the Marathon area, so we decided to stay here over the holidays. While we still prefer the lower keys to Marathon (generally quieter but still close to Key West, better back-country options, more open water views), we did like this house and Duck Key--very quiet at night and beautiful blue-water canals to gaze across. The house has nice water views and was very comfortable for my family of four. I also found the owner to be genial and easy to work with, and the price was reasonable for a holiday week.
- Guest crf
- Date of stay 12/29/12
- Review Submitted 02/04/13
Recommended for: Romantic getaway, pet owners, girls getaway, families with young children, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, age 55+, sightseeing.
GREAT PLACE IN DUCK KEY
GREAT PLACE IN DUCK KEY
Just got back from a 2 week stay at this wonderful house in Duck Key. We had a great time with family getting lobster and fishing for snapper. I would recommend renting this to anyone looking to relax or fight the fish of your dreams. Thanks Rob for sharing your piece of paradise with our family looking forward to next year. The Perez family
- Guest debbieperez
- Date of stay 08/04/12
- Review Submitted 08/21/12
Recommended for: Romantic getaway, tourists without a car, girls getaway, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, age 55+, sightseeing.
Owner response: Thank you for the great review Debbie! So glad you enjoyed your stay. Have a great night! Scott & Rob
The pictures give you no idea how pretty and spacious this property is. Fantastic location for fishing and diving and only 200 yards from idle to wide open for chasing fish! LOTS of dockage and LOTS of sealife cruise by daily. My sons had a blast just fishing off the dock. Very spacious inside as well, with plenty of room for a larger group. However we spent most of our time poolside, grilling our daily catch and watching the other boats return. Well landscaped and very pretty at night too. Also lots of parking space, no problem for trailer storage and we had two!
- Guest Danny G
- Date of stay 06/11/11
- Review Submitted 12/18/11
Recommended for: Tourists without a car, families with young children, families with teenagers, adventure seekers, sightseeing.
$2000 - $3000 per week Call for seasonal rates
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- Nearest Airport: marathon at 7 Miles
- Nearest Motorway: overseas hwy, u.s. 1 at 2 Miles
- Nearest Beach: hawk's cay resort at 0.5 Miles
- Nearest Barpub: hawyk's cay at 0.5 Miles
- Nearest Golf: sombrero, key colony at 10 Miles
- Nearest Restaurant: hawk's cay resort at 0.5 Miles
Year Purchased: 2006
About the owner: We've been coming to the keys our entire married life. Hawk's Cay was then called The Indies Inn. We had a marina condo for 6 years before expanding to our house, which is so much better! All of the space for our trailers, boats cars and trucks... Our family, 3 sons and a daughter, and usually the grandparents, have been vacationing here, enjoying the gorgeous clear, turquoise waters, porpoises, sea turtles, flying fish as we make our way out to catch our dinner of snapper, grouper, mahi mahi, and/or tuna! We have wonderful memories of boating, wake boarding, and snorkling..... on or in the water.
Why the Owner Chose Duck Key:
Best lot on the island with the added benefits of the resort amenities. Fishing in the morning and relaxing in the evening. Extraordinary nights of star gazing.
The Unique Benefits at this House:
Best ocean access in the Keys. We have had some of the best family memories! It's a wonderful place to get in touch with what really matters in life.
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