Castle Beach 105, 2 Bedrooms, Gulf Front, Elevator, Heated Pool, Sleeps 6
Ft. Myers - Bonita Beach
Book your next vacation in a condo that’s right on the white sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Castle Beach 105 is just such a condo with a first floor location that literally overlooks the broad sandy beach at the point where the Gulf waters enter Big Carlos Pass.
Castle Beach 105 is a two-bedroom/ 1 ½ bathroom air-conditioned condo that sleeps six when the queen-sized sleeper sofa is called into service. Step through the front door of the condo into a beautifully decorated living area with comfortable couches and attractive bleached-white furniture. There’s a large flat-screen HDTV with a DVD player for movie watching. The condo also offers free high speed Internet, which is great for sharing photos with friends back home or researching area attractions you may want to visit.
Step through the sliding glass doors onto the screened balcony and you are at the beach. The broad stretch of white sand outside your door leads directly to the turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Imagine drinking your morning coffee as you scan the horizon for dolphins and watch seabirds circling in search of a tasty snack of fish.
Beyond the living room is the dining area and kitchen. Castle Beach 105’s open concept design gives the home a spacious feel. Cool tile floors throughout the main living area are welcome respite to sun-weary feet after a day on the beach.
The kitchen is fully loaded with everything you need to serve your family tasty meals or a quick snack before heading out for a visit to Times Square, Santini Marina Plaza or any of the many other locations you’ll want to see in the area. There are so many great restaurants to choose from, you may want to try a different one each evening!
The master bedroom includes a queen-sized bed and direct sliding glass door access to the balcony. You’ll love being able to slip out your door by moonlight and watch the stars come out over the Gulf. Vacation doesn’t get better than this!
The second bedroom features two twin beds, perfect for the kids. There’s plenty of room to spread out toys in this good-sized room. Both bedrooms share the full bathroom with shower/tub combination and large vanity. There’s also a half bath available.
For your convenience, you’ll find a handy washer and dryer tucked away in the kitchen. Keep everyone in clean clothes without the hassle of visiting a Laundromat.
Castle Beach offers a heated beachside swimming pool for your enjoyment. There’s also a barbecue and picnic area you are welcome to use during your stay. It’s a great place to cook up that snapper you snagged during your fishing expedition.
You’ll also want to take the short trip across the bridge to Lovers Key State Park where you can kayak among the mangroves, beach comb and marvel at the exotic birds and animals of untamed Florida. Don’t forget your camera!
The vacation of a lifetime begins when you book your stay at Castle Beach 105. Don’t delay – the best way to secure your preferred dates is to act early. We can’t wait to welcome you to our beachside paradise.
Property Code: 23CAS105FSCW
Reviewed on Sunday, August 9, 2015
My husband and I and two children stayed in this clean , well kept condo.
The beach was a natural beach that consisted of ocean debris .. Seaweed and such. However , we enjoyed the manatee and dolphin that visited daily .
Bring water shoes because the texture of shells are in pleasing to the feet .
Castle Beach 105
Reviewed on Monday, December 15, 2014
Overall, we had a great time. We found the unit's amenities inconsistent. Great electronics, but no salt and pepper shakers. New, soft, fluffy towels, but the dishwasher essentially didn't work-you'd have to re-wash by hand. Great to have a washer and dryer but the knives were too dull to cut anything beyond a stick of butter. We were also curious about the total lack of those items that usually get left behind-dish soap (both kinds), laundry soap, scrub pads, other disposable things. While we wouldn't expect all such things, again we were puzzled about the lack of any of these. Did or do the maids take them? As policy, or just on their own?