We happily share our beautiful island beaches with some downright phenomenal wildlife. Here’s a guide to some of the animals you might see as you sit on the beach or look out your cabin window.
We know the last couple of months has been tough for everyone. But we also know how exceptionally lucky we are to be able to spend this time on Anna Maria Island. And as people start to be able to come together again, we think Anna Maria is the best possible place to recover, reconnect and reset our minds and bodies.
Stand on the shore of our white-sand beach at Anna Maria and look out into Gulf of Mexico. Now turn to the left and look down the shoreline.
To all of our Cedar Cove family, our guests both former and future,
We hope that you and are your loved ones are staying physically safe and mentally well during these uncertain times.
One of the first things you’ll notice when you wake up on the beach here is just how pristine the water is. While the Gulf of Mexico often sparkles emerald-green at a distance, up close near the shores of Anna Maria Island, the waters are frequently gin-clear, allowing you to see at least two or three feet deep to the sandy beach bottom.
When you come to stay with us on Anna Maria Island, this is a stress-free zone. You’ve got the beautiful white-sand beach, you’ve got exquisitely comfortable accommodations—you don’t need anything else.
As we head into December and the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, we just wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and happy holidays from sunny Anna Maria Island.