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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

Recent Lower Matecumbe Key reviews

  • Great location

    "We (extended family of 8) stayed for 9 days in March 2017. The home comfortably accommodated our group. The location is fantastic - on a shallow beach. We enjoyed the sunset, sunrise and gentle waves. The home is dated and while the floor and surfaces were clean, there is a tremendous amount of dust on ceiling fans, knick-knacks, etc. The décor and furnishings are also dated and several couch pillows were musty. The kitchen was very well equipped. I was really looking forward to lounging in the hammock but it is so stretched out that it sits on the ground.. There were plenty of lounge chairs but over half were broken. The home appears to be used only as a rental now."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 21, 2017
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  • Family Fisherman

    "An absolutely perfect place to take the family. The best flats fishery in the world just around the corner, snapper galore, and tons of Pelagius. Plenty of room for a large group and more than enough dock space. 5 stars all the way around from the hot tub to the putting green to the summer kitchen and more. Have already booked again for next month. Thank you Norm and Sue"
    Guest: Family first fisherman Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 13, 2016
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  • Perfect for our family of 3

    "Beautiful condo, quiet, clean and comfortable. The pool, tennis courts and gym are steps away from the unit. The condo isn't far from many of the restaurants and attractions. We loved our stay and would absolutely recommend to friends."
    Guest: Shawn B. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 25, 2017
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  • Mermaid Cove-Great Get Away!

    "When my extended family of six arrived at Mermaid Cove, we found a beautifully decorated, airy, and spacious three bedroom home, with a decided island kick-back vibe. The kitchen was well-equipped with every manner of pan and gadget, and the propane grill could easily cook for a crowd. There are stools at the bar in the kitchen, a full dining room, or dine al fresco waterside. A covered, screened porch is a draw for coffee in the morning, a quiet spot to watch the world go by, or for a cocktail, while the grill is heating up. The house is spotlessly clean, with every amenity provided. The two bedrooms on the second floor are large and filled with light, each with a good-sized hot, steamy bath/shower. The master suite is a delightful hideaway upstairs, with a luxurious Jacuzzi, and roomy, tasteful accommodations. There is high-speed Internet and an enormous flat-screen television, and a sound system that pipes music throughout. The double set of double doors facing the water open fully to add to the "bring the outdoors in" feel, on this perfect weekend in February. The mornings were a crisp 70 degrees, rising to 78 by midday. There is central air conditioning throughout, though we never felt the need to turn it on; ceiling fans throughout the house and porch were perfect. It is a beautiful retreat in a friendly canal-laced neighborhood on the Gulf side of Islamorda. Bayside, you have access to a private beach with cabanas and grills. It’s a great place to grab some rays, relax and watch the sunset. Oceanside, Anne’s Beach, a favorite with the kite boarders, is just a mile up the road. We rarely felt the need to leave the neighborhood but, at mile marker 74, it is an easy hour drive from Miami or to Key West and a vast array of restaurants and nightlife. The location is central to Islamorada water sports: fishing, diving, boating, kayaking, kiteboarding, and paddle boarding. You can even swim with dolphins (or so I am told) nearby. If you bring your boat, there is dockage on the canal behind the house. I love to bike and enjoyed the dedicated bike paths in the Keys. They go on for miles Although there are some good restaurants in the area, the best meals we had, we prepared. There is seafood market nearby, Mr. Lobster. They sell fresh lobster, fish, shrimp and stone crab. It’s daily catch right off the boat. There is a Publix supermarket in Islamorada where you can purchase supplies. It was a relaxing refuge and we left recharged and invigorated."
    Guest: bruce b. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 14, 2017
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