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Recent Seaside reviews

  • Perfect Location to beach and town! Recommend!

    "Our large group of family spent a week at Natural High and loved it. We had 3 couples and 3 children total ranging in age from 1 to 68 years. We spent a majority of our time in the large kitchen. We cooked many meals at the house to save money which helped with the high prices at the restaurants around town. The two bedrooms off the living room were the same size. There was a sliding barn door that closed between the 2 rooms and the shared bathroom to keep out living room noise. The master bedroom was a great space for the other couple with their 2 young children. They had plenty of room to use a blow up bed for the small kids. The loft bedroom was a perfect for my 9-year old son. Because the steps were steep, the younger kids could bother him. Celling was tall enough to stand. PROS - Entire house is updated and beautifully decorated. - We walked everywhere. Access to the beach is about a block and a half away and Seaside is about 5 blocks away. I recommend taking the back roads on your walk into Seaside as the neighborhood views are worth it. If you plan to walk at night take a flashlight with you as once you return into Santa Rosa Beach there are no street lights to guide your way. - The neighborhood is very safe and everyone is extremely friendly. Even on my night walks I felt safe. We left beach items outside and nobody bothered them. - Outside shower was helpful for returning from the beach. - Combination keypad was perfect for multiple families as it was easy to use and you didn’t have to worry about keys. - We easily fit 3 cars in the driveway – 1 SUV, 1 minivan and 1 compact car. CONS - Better cleaning crew, I had to rewash all the towels as they smelled of mildew. Dryer kept giving a “check lint filter” warning so clothes sometimes had to go through 2 cycles to dry. The grill had to be scrubbed before use. - The air conditioner struggled. I had to contact Michelle the first night as it was so hot in the house. She quickly removed the programmed schedule and we could adjust the temperature down. Upon her suggestion, we even changed the filter. I kept the house at 69 during the day (felt more like 75) and 66 at night (felt like 72) to be comfortable. - A “Welcome To Natural High” type of notebook for people staying there would have been helpful for important info like garbage pickup and emergency numbers. No house phone. TIPS - Bring your own beach towels. - Bring nightlights as the house gets dark at night."
    Guest: Heather Y. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 5, 2016
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  • Fun and Funky Cottage

    "Fish Tales was absolutely perfect for our Family's December getaway. Seaside is so unique and beautiful all year. We go every chance we get and love staying in Fish Tales. You cannot beat the location, so close to the beach and all the fun stuff and Fish Tales is so fun and funky, the perfect beach cottage. Thank you for sharing your cute cottage with us."
    Guest: Bee Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: December 21, 2015
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  • PERFECT location!

    "We stayed for a week at Greenpeace and absolutely loved it. Perfect size for our family and the location is the best. 3-5 minute walk to the beach, west side pool and town square. The kitchen could be a little bigger but we didn't do much cooking anyway so it did not really affect us. Looking forward to a return trip in 2017!"
    Guest: Sidney A. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 31, 2016
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  • Perfect house!

    "What a great house from which to experience the small town magic of Seaside. We've just gotten home and wish we could return to Fantasia. We took our three young children and their grandparents and it was more than we'd hoped for. The location was central to everything. We could stroll into the town center in five minutes to wander through the market and be pulled into Duckies toy store by the little ones. We could easily pack up and get the 6, 4, and 1 year old to the beach through the Tupelo pavilion with an easy five minute walk. The house was four floors of fun architecture and comfort. We entered through the large screened front porch which turned out to be a great place to lunch or to just relax. On the first floor was a large gathering space with tall windows surrounding the whole room and built in window seats beneath them with padding and pillows. Everyone sort of staked out their areas on this seating for reading and playing games. There was also comfy furniture on which to curl up and watch tv and a long dining table with plenty of seating and contemporary lighting. Under an arched opening, a gorgeous newly remodeled kitchen opened to this room. It was dazzling white with stainless appliances and wonderful storage including drawers for dishes and bowls. There was a nifty two drawer dishwasher as well. The kitchen had tall windows, lighted cabinets, and seafoam glass tile. On this same floor there was a newly remodeled bath with glass shower and white marble subway tile everywhere. Almost everyone, and especially the little kids, stepped on through the shower and opened the door to the outdoor shower to feel like they were "showering among the trees." Climbing the stairs to the second floor we found three bedrooms, all with comfortable mattresses. Up ladder-like stairs to the third floor we found an open room to sit and get away. Climbing the last steep stairs we found the best place of all! The kids called it the crow's nest and it was everyone's favorite place. We could gaze out over the rooftops of Seaside to the blue green sea. There was a covered area with windows and an outdoor area with table and chairs. We used the crow's nest for "lunch in the sky" for the little ones. They learned to find village landmarks like the white church steeple and watched gulls in the distance. Most evenings we raced up to catch the sunset and relax with a glass of wine. Fantasia is a remarkable house for getting the full flavor of Seaside."
    Guest: Mary K. Date of Stay: October 2015 Review Submitted: November 5, 2015
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