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Vacation rentals in Pensacola Beach

Vacation rentals in Pensacola Beach

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**Comfy Bayou Bungalow steps away from the water**
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Entire apartment · 3 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

**Comfy Bayou Bungalow steps away from the water**

Waterfront Cabin on the bay
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Entire cabin · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Waterfront Cabin on the bayQuaint waterfront cabin! Peaceful surroundings, shady oak trees, hammock and beach chairs for relaxing & watching sunset. Lot is privacy fenced. Cabin has a loft, double bed, and full-sized plush futon. Bathroom has a toilet and shower. Home boasts kitchenette with toaster oven, burner, sink, microwave, full fridge, dishes. Television has 15+ channels and DVD player. Small table for work station or dinette. A/C and heat; No WiFi. No Parties Allowed! Pier currently gone due to Hurricane Sally

⭐Chandler Cottage near Historic Downtown Pensacola
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Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

⭐Chandler Cottage near Historic Downtown PensacolaYou will enjoy your stay in the beautifully appointed Chandler Cottage! This home away from home is just 3 minutes from the Downtown historic district, 12 minutes from Pensacola Beach, and a couple of blocks from Publix, Walgreens and restaurants. Pets are accommodated upon request and for a small cleaning fee. The cottage has all the amenities you expect for a relaxing vacation, including a tankless water heater so you never run out of hot water! I look forward to hosting you!

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  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Pensacola Beach

East Hill  "The Jasmine House"
SUPERHOSTEntire guest suite
East Hill "The Jasmine House"
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ184 / night
SEAS THE BREEZE... 2 MILES FROM THE BEACH
SUPERHOSTPrivate room
SEAS THE BREEZE... 2 MILES FROM THE BEACH
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ201 / night
Cozy Bayou Retreat **steps away from Bayou Texar**
SUPERHOSTEntire apartment
Cozy Bayou Retreat **steps away from Bayou Texar**
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ184 / night
Lighthouse Place
SUPERHOSTPrivate room
Lighthouse Place
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ137 / night
Detached East Hill Guest House Near Downtown
Entire guesthouse
Detached East Hill Guest House Near Downtown
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ275 / night
Miss Jean's Place. Price Inclusive.
SUPERHOSTEntire house
Miss Jean's Place. Price Inclusive.
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ386 / night
PERDIDO BAY BUNGALOW
SUPERHOSTEntire guest suite
PERDIDO BAY BUNGALOW
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ180 / night
Cottage Under the Trees
SUPERHOSTEntire guesthouse
Cottage Under the Trees
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ194 / night
Private Guest Suite! 10 minutes from downtown!
SUPERHOSTEntire guest suite
Private Guest Suite! 10 minutes from downtown!
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ245 / night
•Sanctuary of Light•
SUPERHOSTEntire bungalow
•Sanctuary of Light•
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ331 / night
Cute Carriage House Apartment with View
SUPERHOSTEntire guesthouse
Cute Carriage House Apartment with View
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ271 / night
Sunshine Accommodations
SUPERHOSTPrivate room
Sunshine Accommodations
Price:ﺩ.ﺇ154 / night

All About Pensacola Beach

Perched on a white-sand barrier island, Pensacola Beach is sandwiched between the Santa Rosa Sound and the Gulf of Mexico and book-ended by the Gulf Islands National Seashore. The eight-mile stretch of shoreline is a very different place than its urban namesake Pensacola, offering a more relaxed getaway that’s been mostly shielded from large-scale development. The town is generally known for its parades, festivals, and celebratory vibe. Pensacola Beach is also one of the Panhandle’s most accessible shorelines, with wheelchair rentals and Mobi-mats to help folks easily navigate sand.

Getting There

Pensacola International Airport (PNS) serves this beach town, but lately the ride between the two is slightly longer than usual. Ever since the Pensacola Bay Bridge was taken out in 2020 when Hurricane Sally impacted the Gulf Coast, visitors have simply had to drive around it, cruising in from the east on Highway 98. For updates on the status of the bridge and highways, visit Santa Rosa’s County’s website. Interestingly, you can arrive in Pensacola Beach by boat, and there are quite a few marinas in the area that make this convenient. You’ll notice plenty of people getting around on foot, but it’s always nice to have wheels if you’d like to do some exploring in the region. Rideshare, taxis, and rental cars are all available.

Weather

Students and families descend on Pensacola Beach during the summer months, when the weather is hottest and temperatures range from the high 70s to the low 90s Fahrenheit. For those seeking a quieter time of year, mid-September and October are mild months, with temperatures hovering around the 70s and 80s, and are also devoid of crowds. The temperature drops considerably in wintertime, ranging from the 40s to the 60s Fahrenheit, making this the low season and a great time to visit. Hurricane season stretches from June to November, but it can rain anytime in Pensacola Beach, so remember a coat or umbrella (along with all the sun protection and flip-flops).

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Gulf Islands National Seashore

To both the west and the east of Pensacola Beach lies this unspoiled paradise, complete with quartz-sand beaches, sandy dunes, windswept nature trails, and intriguing historic sites. Fort Pickens, an 1834 fort on the west side of Santa Rosa Island, can be visited on a self-guided tour. Maps are available at the visitor center.

Naval Live Oaks Reservation

Another section of Gulf Islands National Seashore, this reservation contains 7.5 miles of hiking trails through maritime hammock (low forest). Knock on the wood of a live oak and think about how this hard timber was once used to build a nation’s warships.

Shoreline Park UFO Spotting

Move over, Roswell, New Mexico. Over the last few decades, hundreds of UFOs have been spotted from this park near the Pensacola Naval Air Station (which may or may not be a total coincidence!). Locals seem permanently camped out here in their lawn chairs with their binoculars, and stargazing is also a popular pursuit.

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