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Standard Bungalow Amenities

  • Closet
  • Hair Dryer
  • Private Bathrooom
  • Security Safe
  • Sun Deck
  • Wi-Fi

About the Standard Bungalow

Anthony’s Key Standard Bungalows are located on the east side of the key and are walled on three sides, with large louvered windows that allow the prevailing trade winds of their location to flow through. Casual wood interiors offer an easygoing charm, inviting you to kickback and relax in a cozy retreat. Private or shared decks and porches are the perfect place to enjoy time relaxing, reading a book or gathering with friends. Access to the key is by island taxi boat, traveling back and forth in the lagoon, between the key and main island upon request. Standard bungalows are un-air conditioned.

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