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Gift Certificates Make Great Gifts Gift certificates from Island Paradise Cottage make great gifts for relatives, friends and co-workers. We personalize each one for you.   It may be send electronically for you or via standard mail or UPS. When someone receives a gift certificate, they can enter the certificate number in their reservation form

Limited Time Offer: Experience Luxuriously Appointed, Award-Winning Accommodations in the Perfect Location! This year and take home (Free!) two beautiful, hand crafted mugs with our logo. To qualify, stay seven (7) nights between June 2nd and June 28th – or between July 25th and August 29th. Offer requires a minimum of 48 hours advance notice. To

Getting Married?  Making a Commitment?  Vow Renewal? Celebrate your wedding with family and friends at our Tiki Hut after the beach ceremony. Beauty can be so simple… Enjoy your honeymoon just steps away in your honeymoon villa.   And if It Makes Sense… your family and friends may stay in our lovely one or two bedroom cottages

Wine, Cheeses, Fruit & Crackers Enjoy!  Choose to enjoy a lovely red or white wine, two lovely imported (2) cheeses, three assorted fruits, and gourmet or gluten-free crackers! Choose: Ready Upon Arrival  - or – Special delivery day/date and time Choose Red Wine (Cabernet or Merlot) – 0r – White Wine (Chardonnay or Pinot Grigio) Priced at

Sunset Beach is one of three main beaches in Treasure Island. It is located at the south tip of Treasure Island, and has a 5/10 mile boardwalk which encircles the tip of the island. It’s popular for fishing and just strolling. From the southmost tip one can look across waterway (called Blind Pass) to Upham’s

      What:  This small neighborhood is the heart of historic St. Pete Beach. What’s cool is that the ‘shell’ of the old downtown with storefronts and roofed-over sidewalks — from the days before air-conditioning — are still there. The Corey Avenue Fresh Market: October, 2013 – May 2014   When:  Corey Avenue stores, galleries,

                            Honeymoon Island State Park and neighboring Caladesi Island were originally one barrier island.  In 1921, a major hurricane split them. A ferry may be taken to Caledesi Island from Honeymoon Island (fee is about $15 for adults)   Honeymoon Island State