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Over the past 21 years, we have grown and continually evolved as a premier locally owned and operated boutique company in the vacation rental industry. Our new streamlined logo was inspired by our deep roots in Key West, our long-established position on the island, and the need to differentiate our company from other Key West vacation rental businesses. Read More
What to know what to do in the Off-Season in Key West? This tiny island plays host to countless festivals along with musical and cultural events that out number many more well known destinations. Rental rates are less expensive too, so it's a great time to same money too! Read this and get some ideas for a last minute trip to our tropical paradise. Read More
Long Live the Conch Republic! For 36 years we have been celebrating our unique culture that makes us different from any place on the planet. Come and experience our history with our week-long Independence Celebration, that takes place at various locations around the island, on land and sea. Read More
Next winter's 2019 Key West rental season may seem a long way out, but many of our monthly vacation rentals have been re-booked by this years customers. Our rental agents have spoken with current guests and have confirmed what properties are available in January, February and March of 2019. Now is the chance to reserve these properties. Read More
Mother nature is incredibly resilient, and as refreshing rains followed Hurricane Irma, green leaves began to quickly sprout from the trees. At first the skyscape seemed nearly barren with trees down and leaves blown off by the storm. But already the canopy is green and flourishing. Read More
Key West is getting into the Holiday Spirit with decorations and lights going up around the island. The Key West Historic Seaport has done a wonderful job of lighting up the Harbor Walk. There are wreaths and red ribbon string up all over the island. Strolling down Duval St. you can find the lampposts decorated with holiday spirit. Read More