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Enjoyed a delightful late lunch in this old Florida setting. Seafood sampler and the grouper fingers were the meals of the day. Our server Adrian, was attentive, helpful and knowledgeable, a gem! ( She even gave us the name of a local fishing guide) Our...More
Sit on the deep white balusterd porch, watch the tide and the boats roll down the river and enjoy what Florida was before Mickey Mouse. Cabins have recently been redone- very nice bathrooms, comfy beds and good air conditioning. Restaurant is only open for lunch...More
This is a must see in the area. It is very old, steeped in history with adequate rooms and good but not inexpensive. You can come by car or they have a seawall for mooring your boat. It is the history throughout the building that...More
The six of us were surprised and impressed with the service, food quality and comfort on the porch of the Rod and Gun Club. The gator appetizer was the best alligator any of us had ever experienced, the grouper was tasty and the Oyster Caesar...More
Stayed here for one night-dog friendly so very few choices in the area. This place is quite interesting and we would have loved to have really experienced it. Lots of history and the restaurant and lobby reeked of history. We stayed in one of the...More
US$115 - US$165 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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