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Recent Rosemary Beach reviews
"We loved this trip! The place was perfect--great, clean, comfortable space. The location was amazing! We'll be back!"Guest: Melissa from Mt. Pleasant Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 20, 2014View listing
"House well appointed. Has most everything visitors need without having to run to store for necessities. The bicycles are a nice touch. Wish that beach setups were included, they are pricey and could not get front row seating which made it hard to watch the G babies:)! Very pleasant walk to beach. A little further to pools but we rode the bikes and that made it very easy. Nice house.... Good beach area."Guest: Phil from Duluth Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 23, 2014View listing
"I was so pleased with the house and its amenities. One story layout was perfect for my young children. It still had plenty of space for our family. Beautiful in decoration, well-kept and well-stocked. The owner has been a great help in anything that we needed. So thank you!! The pool is indeed about a block and a half away and the beach is just across 30A. We rented a wagon for the kids and it was a snap. The house is also located behind a small shopping center with the Sugar Shack and La Cocina. I would highly recommend this house."Guest: Trisha H. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 12, 2013View listing
"Loved this house, something for everybody! Plenty of balcony space on 2nd and third floor to hide with a book or have a relaxing glass of wine (and a screened in portion on 2nd floor). There's even a bit of an oceanview from the third floor balcony. Nice deck overlooking the pool. Wonderful to have a private pool to relax in, and perfect size for my 6 year old to paddle around in confidently w/out us being overly worried. Quick walk to the beach down the path off the pool. While the owner has a contract with the company that sets up beach chairs and umbrellas, we brought our own and it wasn't a big deal. However, there are 3 flights of steps down to the water, so be careful how much you carry. Lots of restaurants in walking distance, some quite pricey. We liked the Cowgirl Kitchen and Acme Bar and Grill. There's a small sundries store right across the street from the community, but there's a Publix and Winn Dixie right down 98 that have much more selection at MUCH lower prices. More restaurants down 30 A. Lots of Food Trucks in Seaside. If you are going to Seaside, plan on getting there early. Traffic practically gridlocks right before lunch time (LOVE their bookstore Sundogs by the way). We made good use of the charcoal grill, and the well equipped kitchen. All bed rooms were comfy and clean. This was a great family vacation, very relaxing....would definitely stay again. The only type of rentor I would not recommend this home to are ones with disabilities as there are steps to get in, and then 3 seperate floors. Thanks again!"Guest: Bill and Suzy Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014View listing
Rosemary Beach Travel Tips
This slice of paradise is no stranger to romantic sunsets, crowdless white sand beaches or a welcoming community atmosphere. As a neo-traditional town located on northwest Florida's Gulf Coast, Rosemary Beach stretches across 107 acres of gorgeous coastline with warm weather year-round.
To sweeten the deal, this Gulf-front town features a scenic bike trail, called the 30A Bike Trail or the Timpoochee Trail, that winds through the nearby beach communities and coastal dune lakes. After you work up an appetite, head to one of the specialty restaurants built into the city's commercial architecture that's reminiscent of Old World charm.
If you're still not sold, you can take advantage of the quaint town center and luxurious amenities, such as tennis courts pools and plenty of green space, to complement its sandy shores. Truly, Rosemary Beach is an ideal sun-and-sand vacation. Come one, come all - your beachside getaway is waiting for you.
For those coming by plane, the best way to get here is through the Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport, which is located about 20 miles away. If you're driving, head down Interstate 10 until you reach U.S. Highway 331, then take it south toward U.S. Highway 20. From there, make your way south down Highway 79 where you'll see signs for Rosemary Beach.
Best Things to Do
Hang Out on the Beach: Of course, the main draw of Rosemary is its majestic beach. Find a spot under a canopy on the glimmering white shores and spend your day relaxing while the waves come crashing in. If you want a little more action, head to the Butterfly Garden on the northwest corner of the area to play bocce ball.
30A Farmers Market: Get a taste of West Indies culture at 30A Farmers Market every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from Memorial Day to Labor Day. At this quaint market, you'll walk through a beautiful park-like setting at the Town Center to find fresh fruits and vegetables, cheese, homemade breads and local seafood. Bring the kids along to sample sweet treats, pies, and cupcakes. It's a family that everyone of all ages can enjoy.
Bike Along the 30A Bike Trails: With weather as fine as the vistas in Rosemary, there's never a bad time to bike around the city. Rent all of the gear at Bamboo Bicycle Company, which has bikes for everyone from toddlers to grandparents, and cruise along the 30A Trail, running from Dune Allen Beach to Rosemary Beach. Locals will tell you it's one of the best ways to check out the coast. If you want to try something new, opt for the tandem bike for a bike experience twice the fun!
Wine and Dine
Restaurant Paradis: When you think of fine dining, places like Restaurant Paradis come to mind. This small yet elegant spot serves up delectable steaks and seafood complemented by a bottle of wine. Throughout the year, they offer wine dinners and tastings from some of California's exclusive vintners. You can even choose to eat in the dining room, lounge or outside on the patio.
Cowgirl Kitchen: At Cowgirl Kitchen, the whole family can enjoy a casual, fun atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner. For youngsters, the chicken nachos are a hit, while parents tend to savor the drunken shrimp tacos. If you're looking for happy hour, there are six beers on tap and a wide selection of frozen Fat Tuesday daiquiris on Mondays through Thursdays.
Edward's Fine Food & Wine: How does Southern-infused dining with a wine bar sound? At the helm of Edward's kitchen is chef Ed Reese, who's known for staying true to simple and delicious flavors. Crowd favorites on the menu include baked oysters and the pan?-roasted fish of the day. No reservations are needed, and children are always welcome.