Cabana-style condo in waterfront community w/ short walk to Olde Marco
Visitors call it a dream vacation. We call it Angler’s Cove. This 900 square foot, second floor cabana unit condo sleeps four, with one king bed and a sleeper sofa. It has two bathrooms and it’s surrounded by thirteen acres of recreation, entertainment and tranquility, on the banks of the scenic Marco River. Take a refreshing dip in one of two large sparkling pools, with adjoining sun decks. Pamper yourself at one of three spas. If you’re a tennis player, you’ll want to try one of the newly resurfaced courts. The river is always beckoning, so you’ll probably want take it up on its offer and go for a leisurely afternoon stroll on the riverside walk, where you can find shaded benches to read a book or maybe try your luck at one of the fishing areas.
All this is only the daylight portion of your dream vacation. The evening portion features waterside dinner and drinks at the Dolphin Tiki Bar and Grill, just a short walk from your front door.
When it’s time to unwind, your condo is the ideal place to do it. Soft beige upholstery and carpeting creates a relaxed feel, and the air conditioning keeps you in perfect comfort as you entertain yourself with the cable TV. The fully stocked kitchen comes with all the amenities, from a refrigerator and stove to a microwave and coffee maker. And of course no Angler’s Cove kitchen is complete without a blender so you can sit on the balcony with your tropical blended drinks.
Angler’s Cove is located on the north side of Marco Island, near historic Olde Marco. Stroll through the brick courtyards of Royal Palm Drive, where small tin-roofed shops bring the island’s colorful history to life. Stop for a meal at award-winning restaurants like Bistro Solei and Old Marco Pub. Or waterside dining and live entertainment at Marco Island landmark, Snook Inn. You’ll also find clothing boutiques, salons, a gift shop and more.
The nearby Esplanade and Marco Town Center Mall offer an abundance of other shopping possibilities, with specialty boutiques, a grocery store, fine dining options and weekly concerts.
People forget most of their dreams. But you’ll never forget your dream vacation at Angler’s Cove.
At Marco Island Vacation Properties, we’re proud to be members of the local community. We’re family owned and operated, and we’ve been introducing visitors to this wonderland since 1989. We specialize in seasonal and annual rentals. We don’t just hand you the keys and say, “Enjoy your stay.” We’re available around the clock to answer any and all questions, from “How to I access the Wi-Fi?” to “Where do we go to get the best ice cream?” We have a full team eager to help. We give you maintenance and housekeeping support, babysitting and grocery shopping services and much more. To make sure your stay goes smoothly, we recently developed a proprietary app that’s like having your own personal tour guide. It gives you all the information you need to know, before, during and after your stay: Arrival tips. Directions to the property. Tips on how to best enjoy all the amenities the property has to offer. If you get lost, the app helps you locate your rental property using your phone’s GPS. It also maps out restaurants, special attractions and everywhere else you want to go.
As you look over this property and go about planning your Marco Island getaway, please feel free to contact us with any questions. We’ll do everything we can to make sure your time in Marco Island is the time of your life.
Additional amenities include: jetski (personal watercraft), concierge, games, playground, private chef, paddle boating, cycling, water sports gear, tennis, scuba diving & snorkeling, zoo, boating, non smoking only, medical services, cinemas, churches, lawn / garden, health / beauty spa, shopping, outlet shopping, photography, sports & activities, water parks, recreation center, swimming, hospital, fishing, sight seeing, scenic drives, romantic, sailing, racquetball, dining area, dishes & utensils, heating, museums, live theater, shelling, atm/bank, massage therapist, wildlife viewing, iron & board, laundromat, ruins, beachcombing, massage, restaurants, coffee maker, bird watching, walking, family, miniature golf, synagogues, away from it all, babysitter, groceries, horseback riding, deepsea fishing, sound / bay fishing, pantry items, festivals, gambling casinos.TripAdvisor property ID 2459451...Read more
Left on 04/07/2013 for a stay in April 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Apr 7, 2013Stayed Apr 2013
Due to the elevator, the apartment was quite loud. We had problems to adjust to the noise, especially in the first nights. At the furniture and kitchen equipment you can see traces of use, the floor could need an overall clean-up. After all, it was a great stay and we felt comfortable in the apartment!The apartment is in a central position, great for trips in the nearby everglades and cities.
Left on 03/20/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Mar 20, 2013Stayed Mar 2013
Once again we were a bit disappointed in the cleanliness, particularly of the lower level, and next year it will be more important as we will have people down there. The linens were improved from 2012 which was good. And a plumbing problem was addressed immediately! Once again Andrew Vale of the property management company was a joy to deal with.
Left on 03/12/2013 for a stay in March 2013 | Reviewed Mar 12, 2013Stayed Mar 2013
Marco Island was very nice. Anglers Cove was a very nice complex. The unit we rented was outdated and needed some TLC. Overall the unit was very clean. I'd stay again at this complex but would pick a different unit.
Left on 04/02/2012 for a stay in March 2012 | Pamela P.Reviewed Apr 2, 2012Stayed Mar 2012
We would stay in this location again, but in a unit not next to the elevator. It was very loud. The downstairs area, which we thought we could use as extra sleeping for another couple for a few days, was actually a glassed in patio. The floor was poured pebbles and not air conditioned. There was a floor unit that took a little of the mustiness out. But when it rained the water ran down the outside of the upstairs lanai glass windows and found it's way down the hole for the spiral staircase and dripped. Hense the mustiness. It was nice having the extra TV and bath downstairs. And for a family, the kids would love it down there - like sleeping on a porch. It was also very close to the pool and lounge area. Parking was right under the unit - through a door downstairs. The upstairs had adequate furnishings for two. It was an odd shaped room, so the couch and loveseat and small square dining table sat at an odd angle to each other. Pretty small for 4. Huge bedroom and adequate closet space. The kitchen was well stocked with utensils, etc. Small fridge and stove, but adequate. Three tvs and many DVDs. Well stocked linen closet, but not with very new linens. Washer and Dryer on floor above just next to elevator, so it was handy, but we proabaly heard the water too!! There were huge stains on the carpet, but there was Resolve in the pantry, so I cleaned it the best I could. If I were staying longer than 1 week I would have washed the windows. Marco Island is a very clean and very small island with one main street. We were pretty close driving distance to everything. Parking near one of the three beaches requires a residents pass that you can get for $50 if you stay for at least a month. There is parking for visitors near the Marriott. We had friend with a pass. A month might be a little too long in this unit. I would prefer somthing a little larger or a dryer downstairs.
Left on 03/09/2012 for a stay in March 2012 | A FlipKey verified reviewerReviewed Mar 9, 2012Stayed Mar 2012
I reported the problems (minor) we encountered when we turned in the keys -- linens not so great, med size saucepan needed, lower level not too clean but we didn't use it much. However I cannot say enough about how wonderful Andrew Vale was to work with -- easy at the beginning and all the way through. It wasn't something that mattered, but the lower level key from the garage didn't work. We really didn't need it anyway but in case anyone cares.
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