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Caladesi Apartment

The Caladesi Apartment is a spacious apartment located on the second floor in the back building. This unit is featuring two bedrooms, a fully stocked kitchen, large living/dining room area, a private bathroom and private entrance. Located on the second floor of the rear house, this apartment features beautiful views of the pool. Fully renovated with new porcelain tile throughout. This oversized apartment is ideal for those who looking for extended stay accommodations.

This apartment has two bedrooms, both featuring king sized beds with luxurious linens. The kitchen area has a counter with 2 burner cooktop, bar sink, coffee maker, microwave, and a full sized refrigerator. The private bathroom has a walk-in shower and small vanity. The bathroom is stocked with plush white robes, Turkish cotton bath sheets, and woman owned/US-made toiletries from William Roam toiletries.

Maximum occupancy 4 adults, or 2 children and 2 adults.

Caladesi Apartment Features

  • Private entrances
  • 2 King sized beds
  • Central AC/heat
  • 46″ flat screen TV in living room
  • Refrigerator
  • Counter area with bar sink
  • 2 burner Cooktop w/ cooking supplies
  • Microwave & coffee pot
  • Alarm clock & sound machine
  • Ceiling fans
Included with your stay at the Meranova Bed & Breakfast


Bedroom Comforts
5 Star Service
Private Entrances
Ceiling Fans
Coolers & Umbrellas for the Beach
Flower Delivery (extra fee)
Gourmet Daily Brunch

Private Bathrooms

Fully Stocked Kitchens
Concierge Services
Private Yoga Sessions (extra fee)
In-Room Craft Beer (extra fee)
Heated Swimming Pool
Free Wifi
Lush Gardens
Free Off-Street Parking
In-Room Massage (extra fee)
In-Room Wine (extra fee)



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The Meranova Bed & Breakfast is proud to continue our history of supporting the LGBTQIA+ community