• Mick & the Captain

Seadog: A Place To Get Away.

Seadog Cottages Florida Landscape.
Captain Inspects and Approves the Lawn Cuttings.

Kermit The Frog once said that “It’s not easy being green.”

Seadog could not agree more – although Captain (“Cool, new targets!”) always seems to enjoy making sure all the garbage cans are out on Safety Harbor’s weekly lawn clippings pick-up day.

But that’s OK, because the landscape is every bit as important a part of Seadog Cottages as flat-screen TVs, king-size beds, 1,000-count sheets and one-of-a-kind pieces of art.

There are a lot of vacation rentals available in the Safety Harbor area but Seadog Cottages has never wanted to be a place to stay. Seadog wants to be a place to get away and enjoy – indoors and out.

Come for a visit and you will find 14 different species of palm trees, birds of paradise, bougainvillea, banana trees, yucca, bamboo, corn plants, crotons and hibiscus.

But, unless Seadog is having a very bad day, you will not find a weed.

Captain marks them for removal.

Lush landscaping and garden art grace the grounds of Seadog Cottages.

Tropical landscape.
At Seadog Cottages, you'll find 14 species of palm trees, birds of paradise, bougainvillea, banana trees, yucca, bamboo, corn plants, crotons, and hibiscus.

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