Secluded and private, space for three cars and a boat in our carport. Enjoy Bon Secour at its most prestigious.
Chance a bottle nosed dolphin sighting as you laze away on our waterfront private deck.
Bon Bay, host to commercial fishing fleets, one can see wild salt water fish, shrimp and oysters all in a day's catch.
Superb interior design catering to executive entertaining and just perfect for your family's next vacation at the Gulf.
A handsome line-up of up-scale seating at the lustrous granite breakfast bar with warm hardwood floors throughout.
An expansive view from the gourmet kitchen, see the family enjoy our blazing fireplace, whilst perfect meals appear, top of the line stainless steel appliances, quality wood cabinetry and room to move.
Capable of executive entertaining at its foremost and casual dining at its most fun, enhanced by our elegant formal dining room.
Stylish by design, even the bathrooms are delightful and ready to pamper.
Fantastic soaking tub in the master bathroom, floating on natural rock, indulging the most discriminating of guests.
The kingsize master suite and each of the three luxurious guest rooms are furnished with beautiful king size beds, along with private large, flat screen HDTVs.
A guest bathroom with the excellence of a master ensuite.
Bon Secour, originally a French fishing village settlement dating back to the late nineteenth century, these days a Southern Gothic waterfront community, supporting commercial fishing fleets in its safe harbor.
Huge oak trees, impressive nature reserves, bottle nosed dolphins, great blue herons, brown pelicans, alligators, museums, fishing, see wild salt water fish, shrimp and oysters in one day's catch, wonderful shopping, superb and fun dining and the air... hinting of salty Gulf waters.
Gulf Shores Luxury Home Gulf Shores Vacation Rental By Owner 4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Sleeps 8
$185 Cleaning fee and taxes will apply. $300 Refundable deposit - $200 Pet deposit - $100 is non-refundable
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice. Must be 25 years old to rent.
Pets Ok ~ No Smoking
Gulf Shores, Alabama, halfway between New Orleans, Louisiana and Tallahassee, Florida, at the Gulf of Mexico, with 32 miles of sugar-white sandy beaches, reasonably priced family vacation fun, from nature reserves to fantastic amusement parks, not to mention fabulous seafood dining. Come, bring the whole family, and see for yourselves.
Gulf Shores Vacation Rental Bon Bay/Bon Secour Bay
Luxury Private Rental 16219 Bon Bay Drive
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
4 Bedroom Bayview 3.5 Bath Sleeps 8
please mention... Bon Bay House
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Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge
The Bon Secour NWR contains 7,000 acres of wildlife habitat for migratory birds, nesting sea turtles and the endangered Alabama beach mouse. The refuge was established by Congress in 1980 to preserve the coastal dune ecosystem, to protect threatened and endangered species, to provide compatible recreational opportunities, and to serve as a living laboratory for students and scientists.
In 1979, an island was created from the silty sand removed to create a ship channel between Mobile Bay and Theodore Industrial Park. Although the dredge spoil island was opposed by environmentalists, Dr. M. Wilson Gaillard, a Mobile physician and respected conservationist, envisioned the island as a nesting haven for both shore and seabirds.
For many Alabama shrimpers, making a living from the gulf is a proud family heritage. Traditional values of long days of hard, honest labor have been handed down from one generation to the next. But the livelihood of our Alabama Shrimpers and their families is threatened by an excess of under-priced foreign imports. Help preserve this legacy of Alabama's maritime industry and those who serve it. Support Alabama Wild Shrimp.
Gulf Shores Museum
Come see how Gulf Shores has changed over the years. Lots to see inside. Spend an hour or so looking at exhibits on the effect of the hurricanes on Pleasure Island, local industries related to the Gulf and the history of our first families.