I’ve had lots of requests to share my bachelorette in Rosemary Beach details so here goes it.
Where we stayed?
My maid of honor and I flew out a day early to relax and get organized, for the first night we stayed at the Hotel Effie in Sandestin. It was only a year old and truly luxe!
Then we had 3 amazing nights in Rosemary staying at this Airbnb. This house was clean, huge, beautifully decorated and walkable to the center of town as well as had a community pool and shuttle to the beach. I would stay again in a heart beat.
Where to eat?
The first night we ate at the newly opened Gallion’s Restaurant. Everyone had a yummy dinner and delicious cocktails. This was a recommendation from a follower and ended up being great as we walked in without a reservation (many places don’t take resevations we found).
We had lunch at Crabby Steve’s for our beach day which was perfect as it’s right on the beach and has low-key beach food and tropical, fun drinks.
My favorite though was Pescado’s which had the most amazing views from their rooftop and seriously the best bacon I’ve ever had in my life! Plus, their cocktails didn’t disappoint. Highly recommend going for brunch where they have live music.
We also hired a private chef to come and cook at the house so we could have a fun night in. We used Swiftly Catering and their food was so good, a beautiful presentation and so professional. I would do it again 1000%
What to do?
It’s not a girl’s trip without a stop at the spa, we went to the spa at The Pearl. It was small, with service rooms off of the pool but still an enjoyable experience. Also, you can’t have a girl’s trip without shopping and Rosemary has some super cute stores around town.
Obviously, a pool and beach day were a must. Look for a house or community with a pool as getting to the beach multiple days can be tiring with all your chairs, umbrellas, snacks, etc.
We decided to enjoy our last night on a sail boat which was such a fun experience and something different. We also looked into beach bonfires and charcuterie boards but just didn’t have enough time to fit it all in.
I’ve saved the whole experience to a highlight on my Instagram. If you have any more questions or want specific links please let me know.