A favorite with many, the Olde Florida style COTTAGE is truly a home away from home with its many comforts and furnishings. The Master bedroom with a king size bed, guest bedroom with two twin beds, and a sleeper sofa are great for short or long term visits for up to 6 people. Along with large closet areas, a full kitchen, and washer/dryer. Its own private lanai deck faces the Bay, and a private screened in pool is right off the dining area with sliding doorwalls. Outside the easily accessible home are the 2 docks with electric and water for fishing or boating, or take one of the kayaks into Buck Key (a historic small island directly across the docks) or onto the Gulf if you feel athletic. Want to relax? Then catch up on your reading, play computer games, or just nap on the Cabin deck of the Bay decks where native birds fly freely and the fish just jump out of the water. Fire up your own gas grill to prepare some fresh fish that you may have just caught off the Bay! Need company? Go into Captiva Village and try some of the many restaurants ans ahopa on Andy Rosse Lane, or turn left on Captiva Drive and take a short bike ride to Blind Pass for fabulous shelling.
This 3 acre estate has two other cottages available for additional friends or family. Click here to view Baywatch Cabin and here to view Baywatch Cabana.
ABOUT CAPITVA ISLAND AND THE AREA
Captiva, which is connected to Sanibel by a small bridge called Blind Pass, is 5 miles long; and Pine Island is 17 miles in length. Originally Captiva was part of Sanibel Island but when it was severed in 1926 by a hurricane's storm surge, Blind Pass was created separating the two islands. Anchors Aweigh Captiva is located on Captiva Drive, 0.4 miles from Blind Pass Beach and 2.8 miles from Andy Rosse Lane. Andy Rosse Lane is located in downtown Captiva and has plenty of restaurants and shops to check out! Enjoy a sunset cocktail while listening to live music at Mucky Duck or explore the famous Bubble Room and taste one of their award winning desserts! If you’re not exploring the island, take your private or rented boat out from Anchors Aweigh Captiva’s dock and enjoy all the fishing Roosevelt Channel has to offer! If you’re not catching Tarpon, you have a great chance of seeing dolphins, manatees, and all the other natural Florida wildlife this beautiful island has to offer!