Where the Apalachicola Bay empties into the Gulf sits a hidden vacation destination you won’t want to miss. Guests who chose to stay in the Indian Pass area are treated to miles of secluded pet friendly beaches and the rugged landscape that defines “Old Florida”. Indian Pass is perfect for vacationers looking for unspoiled beaches and plenty of natural beauty.
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"We enjoyed our week at A Breath of Salty Air but a couple issues keep me from giving it a perfect review. First the great things about the house - the kitchen is the best equipped of any house I have rented over 25 years with Calphalon pots and pans of various sizes. All rooms are nice size and bathrooms are magazine worthy. The location is wonderful and the pool is perfect. The outside dining on the balcony is very comfortable and perfect for lunch when we did not want wet, sandy kids in the dining room. The house did not have a broom and dust pan when we arrived but the rental company sent one when we requested it. Now for the needs improvement - furniture. The dining chairs and bar stools are plastic and one is already broken with a finishing nail exposed. The bedrooms only have a nightstand and a folding luggage rack - no drawers anywhere. It would have been nice to have a chest of drawers or small dresser in the bedrooms. The living room sectional is extremely uncomfortable. It is an outdoor "deep seating" unit that is about 18 inches off the floor. We pulled some of the outside chairs into the living room for the older and shorter members of our group. All in all it was great house and we would stay again if we visit the area in the future. One more advice to those renting beach equipment - don't waste your allowance on a beach cart because the cart is wider than the beach access walkway rendering it useless for carting your stuff to the beach. But the house is so close to the beach we didn't really need a cart anyway. And if you have a paddleboard take it down the road to the state park - great place to paddleboard, kayak, and snorkel with the kids! Bring watershoes or wear your flippers."- Tracey