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Recent Florida Main North West reviews

  • 2014 Getaway

    "Just spent our 7th vacation year with Mrs Quinlan, and plan on coming back. Always know what to expect as far as the condo is concerned. Can't ask for better. Bobby and Terry Murfreesboro Tn"
    Guest: Bobby Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 12, 2014
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  • Four de Leigh--Wonderful house in a beautiful location!

    "I can't recommend this rental home highly enough! The pictures don't really do it justice--the rooms are bigger, brighter, and more comfortable than the photos show, and the seaside decks are huge, shady, and breezy. As so many others have commented, this house is extremely well equipped with tableware and glassware, more pots and pans than you can imagine, loads of extra towels and beach towels, and every kind of beach stuff you could possibly want--folding chairs, umbrellas, floats, sand buckets, and endless beach toys. Plus a charcoal Weber grill, and an open shower under the house for washing off sand and salt water. The air conditioning and ice maker are in top form, and all bedrooms (plus the main living room) have TVs. Wifi connection was flawless. The best part, to my mind, is the location. The house sits on a very quiet street that runs parallel to the Gulf. All the other houses for blocks around are single family, one- or two-story; every house is different--this is not a builder's development. High rise hotels and condos are located far away. This means that the beach feels like a private beach, with very few other people. The sand is just as everyone describes--pure white, soft, powdery. The Gulf water is usually crystal clear, and about waist deep for a long way out. Waves are gentle. This makes the beach and water very child-friendly. The shops, restaurants, fishing pier, etc are about a mile away. A few minutes east is a national park (Gulf Islands National Park, I think) with miles and miles of beach and sand dunes, totally undeveloped. Pensacola (the city) is maybe 15 minutes away, with an amazing and huge fish market (Joe Patti's Seafood Market), lots of restaurants, and the excellent military air museum at the Naval Air Station. All in all, Four de Leigh is a gem!"
    Guest: Ellen Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014
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  • Perfect Stay

    "We checked in and as soon as we opened the door was blown away. The view of the bay is absolutely breath taking. We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed every minute. From the sunrise to enjoy drinks on the wrap around balcony. The owners do a great job up keeping the property, and making sure you have everything you need for a day at the beach. For the price and location you can't beat it!"
    Guest: Jkritner Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Lovely Condo!!!

    "My sister and I stayed for 3 weeks again this year--year #4! Next year we are staying for 4 weeks! We had a great time as usual! The condo is great and so roomy--makes you feel at home as soon as you walk in! We saw lots of dolphins from the patio and beautiful sunsets! We eat on the patio a lot--kitchen has everything you need! The new air conditioning system worked great! The new towels were very soft too! We highly recommend this condo--the pictures are accurate and we love everything about this condo! The owners are very nice and try to make everything wonderful! If there is ever a problem, they get it fixed right away--very easy to work with! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely condo with us! God Bless You!"
    Guest: Redbird Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 19, 2014
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Florida Main North West Travel Tips

Northwest Florida, aka the Florida Panhandle, is known for its stellar white sand beaches and glowing blue-green waters. The beaches of northwest Florida provide the area's most popular attractions for visitors. Surrounding the surf and sand are a variety of parks, restaurants and shops. Within this region is the Emerald Coast that runs from Pensacola to Port St. Joe, and the Forgotten Coast that runs from Mexico Beach to St. Marks.

Things to Do in Northwest Florida

National Museum of Naval Aviation: Anyone interested in space travel is sure to enjoy the rich history found here. With more than 140 restored aircraft from the Navy, Coast Guard Aviation and Marine Corps, this space offers plenty to explore. Watch a live Blue Angels flight demonstration, experience flight and motion-based simulators and learn about the interior of a cockpit.

Gulf World Marine Park: Tons of family fun can be had at Gulf World Marine Park. With the park's dolphin, scuba, sea lion and tropical bird shows, visitors can see these local animals up close and personal performing entertaining and amazing tricks and feats. As you stroll though, don’t miss Tropical Gardens, where you can pet a live string ray and visit the exhibits of otters, iguanas, alligators and penguins.

Panhandle Butterfly House: Along U.S. Highway 98 you’ll find the Navarre Visitor Center, and at the foot of the beach bridge is an interactive butterfly garden that’s home to migrating butterflies and a nursery housing local butterfly species. The facility is operated by volunteers, and visitors can take a class to learn about butterfly gardening, ecosystem management and habitat conservation. Step inside and witness dozens of types of butterflies flying around. These colorful, winged creations are certainly a sight to see.

Mission San Luis: This exciting northwestern Florida attraction is a popular living history park. More than 60 acres rest on a quiet oasis away from city living. As you walk through the park you’ll feel as though you’ve gone back in time. Examine the exhibit gallery and museum in the visitor center, which houses artifacts both excavated and from private collections. The theater produces live entertainment and a classroom offers workshops and special events. If you visit on Sunday, take an Archeology Tour to learn how the site’s been excavated and how artifacts are preserved.

Panhandle Opry: To get a taste of some good ol’ fashioned country western music, check out the Panhandle Opry on the first and third Saturday of each month. A collection of musical artists gets together to put on a traditional show for visitors who love the genre.

Pensacola Museum of Art: Situated in Pensacola’s historic Old City Jail Building, this public institution encourages creativity in visual arts with 18 annual exhibitions, workshops, lectures and films.

Best Beaches of Northwest Florida

Santa Rosa Beach: Santa Rosa Beach was founded in 1910 and was the start of South Walton as its known today. Surrounding this sandy area are luxurious beach houses, a unique artist colony and plenty of upscale dining. Follow up a day of sun and surf with an elegant evening out, complete with fine dining and plenty of culture.

Pensacola Beach: Famously known for pearly white sand and stunningly green waters, Pensacola Beach is certainly one to put on the must-see list. There are endless opportunities for both fun and relaxation here. Stroll down Pensacola Beach Pier or set up your rod for a morning of fishing. Stake your claim on the beach itself for some quality time with loved ones in the sun before grabbing a lunch of fresh seafood at a nearby eatery.

Topsail Hill State Preserve: At Topsail Hill you’ll find amazing natural features, including 3.2 miles of secluded sandy beaches and dunes rising more than 25 feet tall. The state preserve offers and excellent location for an afternoon of fishing off the shore or hiking through the trees while on the lookout for local birds. Of course, there’s the beach itself, where you can soak up some rays, build an epic sand castle or have a swimming race.

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