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The property is located 3117 feet from the Apalachicola River. Each antique-furnished room at Coombs Suites features oil paintings and oriental carpets. A charming presentation that would have been well-suited for a multi-night stay. Got in too late for the complimentary weekend wine & cheese, but enjoyed a very fine, cozy, friendly breakfast the next morning. After packing up the car, a super-accommodating staff let us “hang out” in the front room of our assigned house, which was next to our downstairs room, a bit after check-out time, as we waited for other family members to arrive nearby for a private memorial service at cemetery just a mile away—VERY convenient, since tropical rain showers came and went all day!
This Apalachicola Bay Inn is located 2 mi from Central Apalachicola, public boat launch facilities, and marinas offering fishing charters and waterfront dining. Bathroom with farm door wow. I was assigned a handicap room so the bathroom was huge and updated Room with microwave fridge and coffee maker comfy bed
Built in 1907, The Gibson Inn is a historic 3-level in Apalachicola and listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. We loved this charming old hotel. Everything was perfect and all the staff were wonderful. We were sorry to have to cut our trip short but will hopefully come back again as soon as we can.
This is a beautiful, historical little town filled with charming, small local businesses and amazing seafood restaurants. The locals are warm and friendly as well. The water views and sunsets are breathtaking. The drive along highway 98 is spectacular!
We love this quiet, sleepy little town on the Florida Gulf Coast, with its quaint shops and slow, relaxed pace. The Owl Cafe, across from the river walk and fountain, serves the freshest oysters and wine anywhere in the area, and we also love the soda shop and the live music after dinner as you walk through the streets. While tourists come over from the crowded St. George Island beaches for the great food here, they leave in the evenings, and it's peaceful and serene overlooking the bay and watching the shrimp boats float by. Since we live just 90 minutes away, it's great for a spontaneous getaway anytime. We are so glad they have opened up after the national shutdown (coronavirus)!
This is a town that is reminicient of the 80's 90's. Good facilities but small and easy to get round. Great restraunts and interesting shops. good seafood everywhere. Rooms a little dated but roomy and contained clothes wahing facilities that we appreciated. Absolutely worth a stop.
Great location and amenities. The place is obviously in need of renovation, but our room was comfortable and clean. The Italian restaurant next door is wonderful. The view from the second floor on the bayside is outstanding and there is a small sand beach. Great value for the money .
We enjoyed visiting the Florida State Parks, and getting tours given by Park Rangers, who were most helpful, cordial and well informed. We didn't get oysters, but otherwise had wonderful seafood in a friendly, casual and delightful place.
This is an historical town, with lovely views of the Apalachicola River and Bay, with shrimp and oyster boats, easy-to-walk neighborhoods of attractive homes and commercial district. Excellent restaurants and very friendly residents and business owners.
We loved this charming old hotel. Everything was perfect and all the staff were wonderful. We were sorry to have to cut our trip short but will hopefully come back again as soon as we can.
Bathroom with farm door wow. I was assigned a handicap room so the bathroom was huge and updated Room with microwave fridge and coffee maker comfy bed