Hello friends and welcome back to the blog! Today, I am so excited to be sharing my complete travel guide to Rosemary Beach, Florida. Hunny Buns and I came here for a quick weekend getaway and completely fell in love with this little town. A lot of you said you’ll be visiting soon too so I though I would do a round-up of all of my recommendations! I’ll be sharing where we stayed, where we ate, where to shop, and more! I’m also including some of the recommendations you all were kind enough to send me!
We stayed at The Pearl Hotel, and oh my gosh you guys, I was so impressed! The grounds were so beautiful and we had the most gorgeous view of the ocean. The staff was incredibly nice and we had the best customer service ever! We even had a turn-down service each night and they left little treats for us for when we got back from dinner. I really can’t recommend this hotel enough! There are also tons of the most adorable Airbnbs in the area!
We had the most delicious food while we were in Rosemary Beach! One thing to note is you will need to make a reservation for some of the restaurants in advance. A few of the restaurants take reservations 60 days out so make sure you plan ahead if you want to try them out!
This seafood restaurant came highly recommended by one of you and it was ah-maz-ing! The food was so good and definitely worth the hype. We sat inside since it was a little chilly while we were there but they do have a rooftop bar with amazing views of the ocean!
This was another recommendation from one of you! Hunny buns and I were lucky enough to sneak into the place without a reservation! We got there right when they opened and they just happened to have someone call in and cancel. I am SO glad it worked out because the food here was also fantastic! I recommend the lobster and shrimp baked oysters!
This little place was perfect for an afternoon snack while exploring the town! They had acai bowls with fresh fruit, smoothies and juices, and more!
Since we visited Rosemary Beach in mid-February, the weather was a little chilly which is typical for this time of year! The highs were mostly in the 50s or 60s (Fahrenheit) and it was definitely cold in the wind or shade. I wore a lot of transitional pieces and sweaters/jackets throughout our trip. We did manage to sneak in some beach time on the warmer days and the sun was nice and hot. It typically starts to warm up here in April!
I hope this guide was helpful to anyone traveling to Rosemary Beach soon!! If you’re looking to book a getaway for yourself or your family, I highly recommend this little beach town! I know I will definitely be back! 🙂