7 Pet-Friendly Gulf-Front Vacation Homes in Destin

Dreaming of a vacation to the white sandy beaches of Destin, but don’t want to leave your dog at home? Have no worries! Five Star Properties has a variety of pet-friendly gulf-front homes right in Destin to choose from. Whether you’re planning an intimate family trip or large group event, there’s a home on the Five Star program that’s sure to accommodate you and your furry friends!

1. Destiny Shores

If you’re looking a for a large gulf-front vacation home to accommodate your entire party (furry friends as well), look no further. Destiny Shores has everything you need for a relaxing stay in Destin. With eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, Destiny Shores easily accommodates up to 24 guests. In addition, Destiny Shores also features a private pool, hot tub, and in-home elevator. Not to mention, this spectacular home boasts phenomenal gulf views throughout the entire property.

2. Casa de Cielo

Located in one of Destin’s finest gated communities, Destiny by the Sea, Casa de Cielo is another gorgeous pet-friendly gulf-front home. This stunning three-story home has all the best amenities from a rooftop jacuzzi, home movie theater, and elevator to private beach access. Additionally, Casa de Cielo features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and sleeps up to twelve guests, which makes it a great option for your next family vacation, especially if you want to bring your pup.

3. The White House of Holiday Isle

The White House of Holiday Isle is one of the most unique vacation homes on the Emerald Coast. This incredible pet-friendly vacation home features breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico, a private gulf-front pool, in-home elevator, and a private beach access. Additionally, this Holiday Isle vacation home has six bedrooms and sleeps up to 18 guests, which makes it an excellent option for large groups visiting Destin.

4. Ocean Paradise

Located within the luxurious neighborhood of Destiny by the Sea, Ocean Paradise is one of the most extravagant homes on the coast. This gulf-front Mediterranean style home is pet-friendly and sleeps up to ten guests in four bedrooms. In addition, Ocean Paradis boasts panoramic gulf views, an in-home elevator, and a rooftop pool. All in all, Ocean Paradise has everything you need for a relaxing stay in Destin.

5. Capitano

Capitano is the largest gulf-front home in Destiny by the Sea. This stunning property features a beachfront pool, rooftop hot tub, private beach access, an in-home elevator, and picturesque architecture. With seven bedrooms, Capitano easily sleeps up to twenty guests and it’s even pet-friendly. With over 8,800 square feet of living space, gulf-front balconies, and amazing views, Capitano is the ultimate group vacation home in Destin.

6. Luna Plata

Enjoy panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico, a private pool, in-home elevator, private beach access, and more at Luna Plata. Located right on Scenic Hwy 98, Luna Plata is a gulf-front duplex that’s close to all of Destin’s best shopping and dining options in addition to the beach. Additionally, this pet-friendly vacation home sleeps up to 22 guests in its seven bedrooms, making it perfect for multi-family vacations in Destin.

7. Sol Dorado

Sol Dorado is the other side of the gulf-front duplex, Luna Plata. Like Luna Plata, Sol Dorado features phenomenal gulf views, a private pool, in-home elevator, and a private beach access. This property is pet-friendly as well. Sol Dorado also features seven bedrooms and accommodates up to 22 guests. Even larger groups can rent out Luna Sol, which includes both sides of the duplex and sleeps a total of 44 guests in 14 bedrooms.

With so many beautiful pet-friendly gulf-front homes in Destin, there’s really something for everyone on the Five Star program. These stunning properties are sure to impress your entire party, including your pups, so book your next vacation today! Check out pet-friendly gulf-front homes in Miramar Beach and 30A for even more options!

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