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    "We have just arrived back home after an amazing week's stay at Blue Heaven. This home is absolutely beautiful! It is extremely open and very spacious. I am in love with the floor plan! The wrap around decks are awesome and the view is breathtaking!...right on the water! The beach is so clean and the water is so clear. It makes swimming so enjoyable. The area is quiet and very peaceful. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy family! I truly did not want to leave! It really feels like HOME! It was the PERFECT vacation!"
    Guest: Jeanie Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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  • Perfect Beach House for a group

    "Wow, we just got back from a wonderful week in Indian Pass! The house was well equipped and perfect for a large group, we had 6 adults and 5 kids and at no time did we feel crowded. This house is big, the pictures do not really do it justice and the view is amazing!! This is probably the best beach house we have ever stayed in as far as convenience, pool right next door and gorgeous aerial view. We highly recommend it! The kitchen had everything you could think of which is a plus for us because we cooked quite a bit. But if you want to get some great no frills seafood the Indian Pass Raw Bar is right up the street and definitely worth the wait, it's kind of a hole in the wall but it's definitely a unique and laid back experience. Everyone in our group said they would come back to the Tipsy Turtle!"
    Guest: Maria B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 6, 2014
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    "I cannot say enough great things about Cape Ann and the owners! We have been to the Cape many times but this was our first time staying and Cape Ann and we just loved it. The layout of the house worked perfect for us and the one level home was plenty of room for our family. My 2 boys (7 & 9) played on the beach, in the ocean, fished, built campfires at night, went crab hunting, and so much more. We relaxed and enjoyed our much need time together. I love the seclusion of Cape Ann. I have never encountered such kind, helpful people as the owners of Cape Ann. Every description that they give regarding the house is 100% accurate. Thank you for the stay and we can't wait to visit again soon!"
    Guest: Pearson Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 3, 2014
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  • Favorite Property we've rented so far at our favorite beach!

    "We stayed here for my mom's birthday trip with three couples, my mom, her best friend, and an almost two year old, so 8 adults and a toddler. There was plenty of space for everyone, but if we had even one more person, it would have been uncomfortable I think. The townhouse is very well decorated - I may use some of your ideas in my own home! There was plenty of room for us to play board games at the kitchen table and for everyone to have a seat in the living room. The kitchen was big enough for 2-3 people to prepare food at the same time. The bedrooms were a little smaller than we expected, but we didn't spend much time there. The master bedroom's balcony was my favorite spot! The kitchen was very well stocked, and the Keurig was a nice touch. There were lots of places to contain all our stuff - baskets in thoughtful places, medicine cabinets, etc. We could tell a lot of thought went into furnishing the home. There was virtually no one on the beach for most of our visit. The patio under the townhome is shared with the neighbors, which I thought might be a problem. It was actually really nice! We got to meet some neighbors, and they helped us fish (we got a pretty big shark and needed help getting it off the hook) and let us borrow their lighter fluid to start our beach fire. The beach was, of course, beautiful. It is my mom's favorite beach which is why we came here for her birthday. We found tons of shells, saw lots of dolphins, and a pelican came right up to my two year to just look at him. It was so cool! The stars were absolutely breathtaking! The flies were a pain (literally-they bite), so we won't come back in September. We ate at the Raw Bar twice, and Cone Heads once. I probably won't be back to Cone Heads, but I seriously considered moving to Cape San Blas just so I could eat at the Raw Bar all the time. There is also a gas station nearby that sells pretty much anything you could need, or you can drive to Port Saint Joe. The only complaint (and it's not a complaint really) that any of us had was that a lot of the decor is personal. There were lots of pictures of the owners of the house, and the kids names were on the wall in the room with bunk beds. Everyone's favorite thing by far was the hot outdoor shower and the beach just a flight of stairs away. NOT a good property if you have trouble with stairs."
    Guest: Betsy Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 1, 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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