House, 4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, 10 Sleeps
About Pat Thompson
After many years of renting homes on Indian Pass we purchased the property in 1996. Then spent 5 years designing the home. Then spent 4 years building the post and beam home.
Pat Thompson purchased this House in 2005
Why Pat Thompson chose Port St. Joe
The property fronts the Gulf to the south and Indian Lagoon to the north. You have access to the ocean and to the lagoon.
What makes this House unique
Three bedrooms with private baths located on the first floor! Three steps from the car to the first floor.
Canceled bookings will not receive a refund
Third time's the charm
This is our third visit to this wonderful home. Pat and his family have done a fabulous job equipping their home to accommodate their guests.
Wonderful home, quiet beaches, and my beautiful family. Can't wait until next summer!
Great place to relax
Caught a big red fish in the lagoon behind the house. Had a great grouper sandwich at "the hole in the wall" in Apalach.
Peaceful! Love the screened porch facing the Gulf.
The home is lovely and well maintained. It was very clean and provided great access to both the bay and the beach. Lovely part of Florida for a quiet family vacation.
Great house, great location, even better response to questions
Would love to still be there, wonderful for multiple couples, and upstairs play for kids
Awesome accommodations...wonderful beach!
Jack's Gulls is the perfect house for family to gather and relax. Beach access is easy, the sand and shells are never ending, and the area offers plenty of other activities to keep everyone busy and happy!
Great house and great location
What a fantastic time we had at Jack's Gulls. The house is roomie, beds were comfortable, kitchen well furnished, and love the front porch. Also enjoyed the grounds and dock. Very short walk to the beach. We will definitely be back.
Shelling, fishing, scalloping (in season). Boat rentals, charter
boats for bay and offshore fishing. 10,000 acre St Vincent Wildlife
refuge. Catch the shuttle to the island and spend an hour or the
whole day. Fine dining in historic Apalachicola and in Port St Joe
stop off at one of the many fresh seafood houses and boil your own
shrimp! Also less than two miles away is one of the coasts finest
seafood and raw bars, (Indian Pass Raw Bar)
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