Enjoy your vacation at this fabulous round house in a tree-filled
setting, tastefully decorated, located on the tip of Indian Pass.
Indian Pass is located at the extreme west end of Apalachicola Bay
where it flows into the Gulf of Mexico. This conflux of fresh and
saltwater makes one the most fertile estuarine areas of the world.
While the area was settled by Native Americans for thousands of
years and then again by the early European explorers modern
civilization has conveniently skipped us over.
Long Known as Florida's 'Forgotten Coast' most of the inhabitants
here have fins or feathers. No high rises or motels but miles of
unspoiled beaches, succulent oysters, world class fishing and
spectacular sunsets. Beachcombers are greeted by miles of shells,
fossilized shark teeth and pottery shards from our earliest
This comfortable two-bedroom, two bath retreat offers lots of
privacy in a natural setting just steps (150 ft.) from the beach.
Wrap-around deck with chairs and a slight view of Indian Lagoon, lots of
wildlife, and great birding. Explore St. Vincent's Island across the
Pass. Bring your kayaks, canoes, binoculars, and camera. Excellent
fishing and crabbing, shelling and long walks on miles of pristine
beach. Private and peaceful.
This is my fifth straight year at the Barnacle, and I hope to return every February for the rest of my life. This is paradise! The long white curve of the beach, the dolphins and pelicans and eagles, foxes, and herons, the endless curling waves. I come here and am always soothed and renewed. I dream of it the rest of the year. It's gotten so I can't eat oysters or shrimp unless I'm here on the Forgotten Coast.
Victor and Janis are the perfect hosts: gracious, warm, unobtrusive, and always there, should you need anything. I love it here so much...
Fishing, crabbing, scalloping (in season), birding, photography, star gazing,
kite flying, snorkeling, excellent shelling, a dream for kayakers, bike riding, relaxing
and listening to the sounds of nature. Writers love it here for its seclusion and serene setting.
In addition to these activities, don't forget about our scalloping season, which is from July 1st through September 10th. This year, the scallops are particularly large, so come and enjoy!!
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Jan 3 2015 - Mar 28 2015
3 night minimum stay
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay. Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
Nightly Rate: $175 - $200
Weekly Rate: $1095 - $1195
First week of May thru September 30:
$1195 a week.
First week of October thru last week in April:
$1095 a week.
Monthly Rates available ($1900--$2400) first week in Nov. thru last week in March. For monthly rates, add a $85.00 cleaning fee.
Weekly Rates apply first week in April thru last week in September.