Cottage on North End of Anna Maria-2 Bdr.
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- Minimum stay:N/A
- Pets allowed:Yes
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Inside or outside, entertain, find a quiet place to read; just make yourself at home. You will discover that the open floor plan in the living areas is ideal for entertaining. You can prepare meals and still be a part of the action!
The patio is equipped with an umbrella, bar-b-q, and comfortable seating. The backyard is spacious and perfect for outdoor games.
In minutes you can stroll to the beach, the city pier, the park, dining, the ice cream store and shopping. Explore the rest of the island by hopping on the complimentary Island trolley.
Anna Maria History: Anna Maria has the distinction of being the first Anna Maria Island city where settlers established homes. The first homesteader on the entire island was George Emerson Bean, a world traveler from Ct. He built his home near the present location of the Rod and Reel Pier in 1893 and homesteaded 140 acres, from the North Point (Bean Point) to what is now Magnolia Ave., where the Island Community Center is located. His son, George W. Bean, became the first land developer and with John Roser formed the Anna Maria Beach Co.
In 1911, before there was a bridge, a dock was constructed into Tampa Bay at the end of Pine Ave. Excursion boats made daily trips, docking at the pier bringing supplies and visitors to the island.
In 1913, John Roser built the first church on Pine Ave. The lighted cross on the steeple of Roser Church was a beacon for fishermen.
Anna Maria History Continued...: The first school was built on Magnolia Avenue in 1930, where the Island Community Center stands today. The Island Players Theater, at the Gulf end of Pine Ave., was a home in the farming community of Parrish before it was floated down the Manatee River in two sections on barges.
Transportation on the island was by horse and wagon until Cortez Bridge was built in 1921. The rickety, wooden bridge was replaced by a modern concrete structure in 1957. Another bridge was built at the same time in Holmes Beach linking the island to Bradenton. The mail was brought from the mainland in the early 30’s by a colorful character, Harry “Uncle Sam” Ditmas.
History provided by Carolyne Norwood, Anna Maria Historical Society. Check out the Island Historical Museum at 402 Pine Ave. for more information about our Island.
- 1000 sq. ft.
- Vacation Rental
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Housekeeper Optional
- Pets Considered
- 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
- 1 queen
- with private shower
- 2.0 Bathrooms
- toilet, combination tub/shower
- toilet, shower
We believe your holiday should be fun and relaxing. Please don't hesitate to ask questions or share any special needs you may have with us. Anna Maria Island is a laid back environment. You will feel a sense of peace as soon as you drive onto one of the three bridges that access the island. It is our sincere hope that you enjoy this piece of paradise as much as we do....morecollapse
- Satellite / Cable
- DVD Player
- Away From It All
- Recreation Center
- Theme Parks
- Water Parks
- Live Theater
- Sight Seeing
- Outlet Shopping
- Eco Tourism
- Scenic Drives
- Paddle Boating
- Horseback Riding
- Bird Watching
local services and businesses
- Fitness Center
- Massage Therapist
- Medical Services
- Near The Ocean
sports and adventure activities
- Sound/Bay Fishing
- Pier Fishing
- Jet Skiing
- Roller Blading
- Deepsea Fishing
- Scuba Diving Or Snorkeling
- Water Skiing
- Surf Fishing
- Ice Skating
- Guests Provide Their Own Meals
- Dining Area
- Local Restaurant Guide
- Local Activities Guide
- Sofa Bed
- Activities Guide
- Linens Provided
- Local Maps
- Washing Machine
- Alarm Clock
- Wireless Internet
- Broadband Access
- Ceiling Fans
- Clothes Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Towels Provided
- Housekeeper Optional
- Cooking Utensils
- 4 Ring Stove
- Ice Maker
- Coffee Maker
- Unscreened Porch / Veranda
- Outdoor Grill Gas
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975-weekly/145 dailyMinimum stay in peak season is 4 nights. $975 weekly/$145 daily plus tax, cleaning and non-refundable pet fee when applicable. Security deposit: $200. Pet fee is $50.00 for 1 pet/ $75.00 for 2. Maximum occupancy for pets is 2. (non-refundable) Contact via email (email@example.com), phone (941.807.3771) or skype at user name: provisionaire-ami for additional information regarding booking, Anna Maria Island, or additional accommodations.
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Crescent-plenty of off street parking.
Sun porch/dining area leads to the backyard patio.
Old Florida Style Kitchen-entertain guests while you prepare your meals.
Short stroll to Bayfront Park, Tampa Bay, Free Trolley, and the City Pier.
Local restaurant and fishing spot.
Play a game, watch tv or just chill in the living area.
Dine or play cards in this light-filled room.
Master bedroom with private shower and door to the backyard oasis.
Backyard oasis...bar-b-q, shaded sitting area and perfect for a game of croquet!
World class sunsets from Bean Point.
Sunset over the Gulf of Mexico taken from the Sandbar Restaurant.