This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$130 - $214 per night 3-7 night min stay
From $69/nt - $495/wk - $995/mo
$135-$195/nt - $800- $1550/wk
$145-$290/nt - $900- $1675/wk
Leeward II Travel Tips
'"A Perfect Beach Vacation With Leeward 2 Rentals"'
If you're looking for that special area for your beach vacation, look no further thanBeaches of South Walton vacation rentals. Located near Seagrove Beach in northwest Florida, staying in one of the Leeward 2 beach rentals means staying in a private and comfortable home-like residence at night, and walking to the beach during the day.
"'Music and Art in Seaside"'
Leeward 2 rentals are also close to the town of Seaside Beach, one of the most popular destinations along the Emerald Coast. Famous for beaches of white sand and crystal blue waters, the area is also the winner of the Frommers "10 Top Beaches in the World" award. The Seaside community is widely known for its artists and musicians, and you can view original artwork and attend one-of-a-kind concerts in the area.
After a day at the beach, return to your rental and make a just-like-at-home dinner or head into town. Leeward 2 beach rentals are a 30 minute drive from Destin and a wide variety of restaurants and all the shopping you could want in its famous open-air mall. With 80 stalls and outlets with names like Saks and Banana Belt, the shopping experience is second to none.
"'Plan a Biking Vacation"'
Leeward 2 rentals are close enough to Seaside that you and your family can rent bikes and explore the many biking trails along the way. In fact, there are 26 miles of biking and walking trails that wind through the beaches of South Walton, and you and your family can plan to see them all while you try your hand at crabbing at Eastern Lake or hunt for turtles. If you happen to be in the area from May to October, you might even be lucky enough to see baby turtles leaving the nest and heading for the warm waters of the Gulf.