1. While you’re in town, tour some houses for future bookings. Photos aren’t always true representations. 2. Visit the Publix Grocery Store in WaterColor for food staples. 3. Swing by Goatfeathers Seafood Market in Santa Rosa Beach for fresh seafood to cook at your house. 4. Many places charge a cleaning fee, which may not be included; determine extra fees in advance.Numbers To KnowBeaches of South Walton: www.beachesofsouthwalton.com or 1-800-822-6877• The Red Bar of Grayton Beach: www.theredbar.com or (850)231-1008• Gravel Road: www.geocities.com/gravelroadgrayton or (850) 534-0960• Destin Chops 30A: www.destinchops30a.com or (850) 231-4050• Fabrice Patissier: (850) 231-9910• Another Broken Egg Cafe at Grayton Beach: www.anotherbrokenegg.com or (850) 231-7835• Trattoria Borago: www.boragorestaurant.com or (850) 231-9167• Rivard of South Walton: www.rivardnet.com or (850) 231-4446• Big Mama’s Hula Girl Gallery: (850) 231-6201• Lily Pads: (850) 231-0600• Goatfeathers: (850) 267-2627
A NOTE TO OUR READERS:"Grayton Beach, FL" is from the September 2008 issue of Southern Living. Because prices, dates, and other specifics are subject to change, please check all information to make sure it's still current before making your travel plans.