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    Senior Member nvb50's Avatar
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    Florida Panhandle

    We are trying to find someplace in the Florida panhandle to rent this January and February. If anyone has some suggestions please let me know.

    Thanks

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    Try www.vrbo.com to rent from owner. What are you looking for, a peaceful nature getaway, or would you like to be near a city for restaurants etc.?

    We stay in coastal AL just over the border, it is very nice there too. We have stayed also in Ft. Walton Beach. But we like AL better.

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    Ft. Walton, Destin, and Panama City are all nice.
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    We used VRBO to find a place in St. Augustine. In June most of the places were booked for winter. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvb50 View Post
    We are trying to find someplace in the Florida panhandle to rent this January and February. If anyone has some suggestions please let me know.

    Thanks
    We stayed at Rosemary Beach this summer and loved. We rented a house.

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    http://www.beautifulbeach.com
    this is where I always book our rentals, in fact I will be contacting Denise this week for a rental in a few weeks. Good luck. PM me if questions, have used this company for five years now.

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    The Sandy Key Condo's on Perdido Key just west of Pensacola (and just east of Orange Beach AL are very nice and reasonable. We stayed there twice and really like it. It's right on the white sand beach and not one of the more crowded areas, which is the way we like it. Check it out on line if you want to see them. Have fun!

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    We have rented a house on St. Teresa Beach from a guy whose last name is Cokron, his house is listed on VRBO. Loved it. Just a short walk to the beach. Very homely feel to the place. Been there 3 times and want to go back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaggieLou View Post
    Ft. Walton, Destin, and Panama City are all nice.
    You don't want to be there during spring break though.....

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    St. George Island is beautiful as well. The bridge to the island is located between Eastpoint and Apalachicola.
    Everyone can't be Irish, somebody has to drive.

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