Stay at your own piece of tropical paradise by the beach and centrally located on Anna Maria Island. This island cottage allows you to truly experience living the tropical island lifestyle while only two blocks from the soft sands of the Gulf of Mexico. The island cottage is surrounded by palm trees and lush green vegetation which provides all the privacy one could desire. When you are not relaxing at your tropical paradise, take a short walk to soak your toes in the soft sands and turquoise blue waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
The cottage is a two bedroom and one bathroom unit with tile floors throughout the residence. The kitchen is updated with all white cabinetry and fully equipped with stainless steel appliances and all the cooking utensils needed. A separate living space with a flat screen TV with over 100 channels allows you to sit back and relax or enjoy the flat screen TV in the master bedroom. If the weather is just right, relax on the screened in patio or lounge on any of the outside patio furniture. A large dining area is provided so everyone can enjoy a nice breakfast before hitting the beach or enjoy a big dinner with family and friends. This unit offers everything you could want for that beach vacation you have been searching for.
Every Island attraction is right at your fingertips during your stay here. Whether you want to sink your toes in the soft white sands on the beach, or pause to watch the sunset over the tranquilly Gulf of Mexico Ocean, you’ll only have to walk a short distance. Come and experience for yourself why Anna Maria Island is considered Florida's hidden gem!
The free Island Trolley is ready to take you to the north end of the island to visit the village of Anna Maria, where two historic piers offer opportunities for fishing and dinning. Shops restaurants, galleries, and even a museum and community theater can also be found on the north end of the island.
Holmes Beach, you can get off the Trolley to enjoy more excellent shops and restaurants, as well as a marina, library, free community tennis courts, and several gyms open to visitors.
You will also want to explore the rest of Bradenton Beach. Historic Bridge Street was once the location of the very first bridge to the mainland. Today's Cortez Bridge, just a bit to the north, is made out of sturdier stuff than the original wood structure, but the original street is still there, and it is a fun place for shopping, dining, live music, a weekly open-air market (in season), fishing, and even miniature golf!
Your perfect beach vacation in island paradise is here!