Tiki House is more than a vacation rental. It is our vacation home! We purchased the home in 2015 because it is located in a quiet residential area right on the beach and the Gulf of Mexico. This beautiful area is full of beautiful homes, quiet beaches with the Emerald Coast's signature white sand. It is still close enough to walk, ride a bike on the trails, or take the free trolley during the summer to restaurants, bars, and shops. Or you could head east to the visit some of the most beautiful and preserved beaches that are part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. But we chose Tiki House specifically for its charm, character and amenities. It has the largest private pool on the beach (according to our pool pro) and the perfect views from its many decks. We want to make a stay at Tiki House as wonderful and memorable an experience for you as it is for us. Dedicated to making Tiki House THE vacation home of your dreams. We love Tiki House and know you will too!
Lives in Peachtree Corners, GA, United States
Forts, History, and Exploring the Past
Pensacola and Pensacola Beach are so rich in history! Don't miss the chance to explore the past!
With so much history, from the earliest colonial times to the Civil War, the forts in the Pensacola area offer a great opportunity for everyone to learn about history. The forts are more than just museums! The opportunity to see how they were built, how people lived there, and their roles in our history is too good to pass up. Kids love exploring the tunnels, touching the real cannons, and climbing the walls! And so do the "bigger" kids! And if you are looking for photo opportunities, the forts offer so much!
The Fort on the Bluff - Fort Barrancas
Overlooking Pensacola Bay, Fort Barrancas protected the Spanish (then French, then British, then American, then the Confederate) settlement on the Gulf Coast from invaders
The Fort is located on the grounds of the Pensacola Naval Air Station. Self-guided and ranger guided tours are available throughout the year.
Northern Fort of the South - Fort Pickens
Located at the far end of Fort Pickens Road on Pensacola Beach, this historic fort was one of the few southern forts held by the Union through the entire war. It certainly saw its share of action and was instrumental in the Northern victory. Beautiful as well as historic!, it was also the prison for the noted leader of the Apache, Geronimo, and 15 other Apache men and their families. Learn more about the role of the Fort in our history while enjoying the many other sites in the park.
Your trip to Pensacola Beach is more than just sand and sun! Stay at Tiki House and enjoy "living" at the beach like a local!