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Commodore's Retreat 201

Highway 30-A, Florida

Rental Information

Let this Gulffront, secondfloor condo pamper you and treat you to an unforgettable beachcation! This familyfriendly condo offers an upgraded fullyequipped kitchen that will make it easy to whip up delicious meals and keep drinks cold. Enjoy sipping a morning cup of coffee or an evening cocktail on the private balcony while the pictureperfect views of the Gulf are right in front of your eyes. You can always retreat to the living room for a quiet evening at home watching your favorite shows and movies on the flatscreen TV with cable while the washerdryer on site makes laundry a breeze. And thats not it! You and your friends will have access to the resorts community outdoor pool!

The Commodores Retreat is a Total SmokeFree Property from the Parking Lot to the Beach, Inside and Outside Units

Outdoor shower
Charcoal grill and picnic area

Keyless entry is available.
RVs, boats, and trailers are prohibited.
The living room sofa bed provides an extra sleeping space.
No golf carts are allowed to park on the property.
Commodores Retreat is a total smokefree property from the parking lot to the beach as well as inside and outside condos.


1 bedroom
Sleeps 6


1 bathroom

Rental Amenities

  • Balcony / Patio
  • Beachfront
  • Parking Complimentary
  • Pool
  • WiFi

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