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Recent Seacrest Beach North reviews
Nice House; Community has issues
"There were a few minor issues with the house, but overall it was a very comfortable home. The ice maker didn't function properly and we had to purchase ice for our daily use. The cleaners were an hour late leaving the property. There was a few kitchen essentials that we had to purchase ourselves. The biggest issue was the community and I would have liked to have known before we booked this home, which is why I'm writing a review. The access to the beach is limited because you can only go through the community directly in front of the main entrance to the Seacrest community. They do not allow bikes or any other wheeled objects (wheelbarrows, coolers, strollers) to go through their community, much less a car. So you have to park them across the street and carry all of your beach things (and kids) a good quarter mile to the beach. There are a few large golf carts the Seacrest community provides that you call and they will come to you, but only one can go into the beachside community at a time and there are only a handful, so during prime times, you will wait. I'm sure this system works fine in non-peak weeks, but in the middle of July it was quite annoying. The beach is also very crowded because everyone from these two communities is accessing it at from the same staircase. Two beach chair companies have monopolized the space and if you want to purchase an umbrella and two chairs it's $275 for the week or $50 a day. If you don't rent an umbrella for the week, you are hauling your things even farther down the beach. All these things considered, the water was beautiful and we had a wonderful time. We just wished we had known the issues with the beach access before we had selected this house/community. There is also a lot of construction going on in the community, so there was noise all day starting early in the morning."
Guest: Linda M.Date of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: August 19, 2015
"We stayed here for the first time over labor day weekend 2015. We had 4 adults, a teenager and two babies. The house had a good layout and has a lot of room for more people than we had with us. We were able to watch the fireworks in Alys Beach from the 3rd floor deck. It was clean and well maintained. Although we did not get to use them it is great that they have a bunch of bikes for use by the guests. The only minor drawback to this house is the view from the front porch. It looks out at the large brick condos that are adjacent to the Seacrest Beach community of houses. It is not bad - but different from the rest of neighborhood of beach style houses. However it is in an excellent location - a couple of blocks from the large pool and a stones throw from restaurants and shops. During dinner at Acme Ice House and La Cocina we were able to quickly run back to the house for baby stuff. I would definitely stay here again."
Guest: John N.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: September 11, 2015
"I stayed at Eagles Nest the last week of Sept this year and although the weather was a bit against us one day (as in 12 inches of rain), that gave me the chance to catch up on my reading and listen to the rain! The house is in an oh so cute neighborhood with a fabulous pool area. The tram for the beach was a wonderful perk. Love to visit again next year.
MB from Atlanta"
Guest: Mary Beth R.Date of Stay: September 2015Review Submitted: October 9, 2015